Multiple Derangement Syndromes
November 18, 2009
If liberalism is a mental disorder, then the most severe cases involve Derangement Syndromes.
Multiple forms of this syndrome have been diagnosed, but the two most virulent forms are Bush Derangement Syndrome (BDS) and Palin Derangement Syndrome (PDS).
Symptoms include raw hatred, Nazi comparisons, and the complete inability to carry on a reasonable conversation once the name shows up.
It is so powerful that the Attorney General will risk acquittal or dismissal on major terrorism cases, in the hope that the trial will bring out information foreign courts can use to indict Bush, Cheney, Rumsfeld et al on war crimes charges.
It also is at epidemic proportions in the media, where the Associated Press can assign eleven reporters to fact check Gov. Palin’s book while completely ignoring any questions on the background of our President.
If you see a liberal in a frothing-mouth rage, spewing invective without fact and refusing to listen to anyone else, YOU have come across some varient of MDS. It is OK to feel sorry for the person, but you should avoid contact if possible as it seems to spread in universities, newsrooms and coffee shops with pandemic speed. There is no known cure except reality.