- Is Bill Clinton a certified loony two
steps away from the funny farm? That question has been raised this week,
and in view of the First Prevaricator's increasingly weird behavior now
coming to light it is a question that needs to be taken seriously.
- Very seriously!
- "President Bill Clinton is mentally
ill, and he will get worse before he gets better is the conclusion of a
clinical psychologist who has studied him and written a book on the subject."
Dr. Paul Fick, clinical psychologist and author of the book "The Dysfunctional
President," is in an "I told you so" position now that Clinton
has admitted his sexual relationship with Monica Lewinsky. Previously criticized
for his diagnosis of the president, Fick is now being deluged with calls
from talk show hosts for interviews.
- Fick says Clinton is a pathological liar
and addicted to sex. He lies about everything, not just sex, and he is
so compulsive that he is always thinking about sex -- a distraction preventing
Clinton from doing his job, says the author."
- So says radio talk show host David Bresnahan
() in a copyright story on World Net Daily.
- He's not alone. Listen to the Orlando
Sentinel's gloriously combative columnist Charley Rees in an oped piece
also posted on Joe Farah's invaluable World Net Daily :
- "To put it plainly, Bill Clinton
is a sociopath, a liar, a sexual predator, a man with recklessly bad judgment
and a scofflaw.
- "Clinton has the classic symptoms
of the sociopath. That is a defective human being unable to relate to or
feel genuine empathy for another human being. Though often skilled at manipulating
people, the true sociopath is 100 percent self-centered. Other human beings
are just objects to be manipulated to achieve the sociopath's goals.
- "The sociopath has only two genuine
emotions -- pleasure when he gets his way and anger when he's frustrated.
Love? Compassion? Sympathy? The sociopath is incapable of experiencing
any of these emotions, though he can simulate them for manipulation purposes.
The sociopath is ruthless and incapable of feeling any sense of shame,
guilt or remorse....
- "Clinton should resign, but, not
caring anything about the country, he won't. Therefore, Congress should
quit playing partisan games and impeach him. Otherwise, he will continue
to bring the same recklessly bad judgment to matters of state."
- If these views are correct, we are very
much in harm's way, living in a nation governed by a man who simply cannot
tell the difference between right and wrong -- a prisoner of his out-of-control
- In our Media Monitor section, the Media
Research Council cites the ravings of broadcaster Mike Vom Fremd as he
praises Clinton's ability to live in different worlds at the same time:
- "Von Fremd marveled: 'Aaron, it's
amazing. Bill Clinton is such a master at separating different parts of
his life that his team of legal advisers and his team of national security
advisers were totally in the dark last week about what he was doing and
saying as he was walking between different meetings in the White House.
Aaron, as the President was preparing for the most important testimony
of his life his legal advisers only knew that they weren't getting enough
time with him.
- 'And last week while he was simultaneously
planning the details of his most bold military attacks, his national security
advisers say that Bill Clinton never for a moment seemed distracted by
his enormous personal and legal crisis. He has said that his mother taught
him how to put different parts of his life in little separate boxes in
his head and, Aaron, his mother apparently taught him well.' "
- Poor Mike; he has just described a classic
symptom of sociopathic behavior without even the fuzziest notion that he's
actually laid bare Clinton's sorry mental condition.
- This brings me to the point of all of
this: the media's responsibility for putting the nation in such peril.
From the very beginning they knew of Clinton's monumental flaws. The evidence
of his inability to control his most base instincts, his apparent disregard
for the law, and his penchant for lying at the drop of a hat. Yet they
concealed all this because they liked him personally, and loved his liberalism.
- Faced with the facts in the Paula Jones
case, they took Clinton's side and went on to slander that courageous lady.
For seven months, even though all but the most bedazzled Clinton worshippers
believed Clinton had been playing hanky-panky with Monica, they allowed
the White House spinmaster's to focus the public's anger at Ken Starr and
away from the man they knew to be guilty.
- Even now, as Vom Fremd illustrated in
his remarks quoted above, while still wallowing in the seamiest details
of his unprintable activities in the oval office, many media stars still
attempt to protect Clinton from the consequences of his acts.
- How many times have you heard network
commentators scoffing at Starr's ever-growing mountain of evidence of Clinton's
criminality as being nothing more than an invasion of the president's private
life? Or allowing that army of greed-driven trial lawyers fighting to protect
their man in the White House get away with the same arrant nonsense?
- How often have you heard network commentators
sneer that foreign nations cannot understand what all the fuss is about--
that Clinton's dalliances are standard behavior among world leaders and
Americans worrying about their leader's sex life must have a collective
screw loose somewhere ?
- And that's an outright lie, as Kim Weissman
illustrates in this week's Congress Action column. Here's a sample of the
reaction in the world's media which is supposedly vastly amused at our
antics vis-a-vis the Clinton scandals:
- "A sampling:
- Rome's L'Unita (before the confession):
"If it is demonstrated that Clinton has violated the rules...then
he has to pay for that. Democracy may not be a perfect system, but that's
the way it works."
- London Times: "The power of the
American presidency rests not on constitutional advantage or public opinion
polls but moral authority. Once lost, it is almost impossible to recapture.
Mr. Clinton has exhausted his moral authority. He has brought his fate
- Germany's national TV channel one: "Cleverly
acted, Mr. President, but you have now forfeited too much: Trust that does
not belong to you but to your office. We do not have to be narrow-minded
Puritans to demand a minimum of discipline from the most powerful man in
the world, but this discipline obviously did not exist."
- France's La Croix: "Humiliation
for American institutions, destabilized by the meaner side of a leader."
- Italy's La Republica: "From today
the Gore Age begins in American politics. It will be up to him...to restore
the White House domestic and international prestige since it has been dirtied
by too many spots and by too many useless lies."
- Russia's Segodnya: "...as long as
a nation can have its president, no matter how cynical and wily, explain
himself publicly on the matter of adultery, it need not be afraid for its
- Canada's Globe and Mail: "Bill Clinton
is president of the United States, sworn to uphold its constitution and
enforce its laws. His behavior, even his private behavior, is supposed
to set an example for the country. That does not mean he must be saintly
or perfect -- merely law-abiding and reasonably honest. He has been neither."
- Canada's Calgary Sun: "He's a cheat.
And a liar. If Bill Clinton truly were an honorable man, he'd gracefully
step down as president of the nation whose trust he has abused."
- Spain's El Mundo: "...laughable
legalisms, contrived explanations, and a substantial dollop of arrogance...
If he lied then, how do we know he's not lying now when he says he didn't
obstruct justice? Clinton's word is worthless."
- Hong Kong's South China Morning Post:
"It wasn't Mr. Starr who invented that 'inappropriate relationship.'...
Mr. Clinton's behavior, and his disregard for morality, have tarnished
- India's Hindu: "In the two years
remaining of his second presidential term, Clinton can no more expect to
enjoy the trust of his people or that of the world.... By his obfuscation
and months of denial of the truth, Clinton has betrayed the trust that
his people had reposed in him, not once but twice."
- And Rush Limbaugh reports that the Japanese
press is now referring to Clinton's speech as "The Ejaculation Proclaimation."
- Finally, a couple of current observations:
that salacious story about what went on in the Oval Office between Monica
and her aging suitor while Yasser Arafat cooled his heels outside and now
being suppressed in the mainstream press (and here on Wednesday on the
Web, as well) raises a couple of interesting points our devilish Celtic
nature will not permit us to ignore:
- 1. Assuming that our anti-tobacco crusading
president has given up smoking cigars, the story indicates that he has
found other uses for his left-over stogies;
- 2. If an impatient Mr. Arafat's question
"Is he coming?" went unanswered, we can now assure him; he was!
- (If all this is unintelligible and you
have a strong stomach, check Matt Drudge's website . You'll get the whole
- "Justice will not be served until
those who are unaffected are as outraged as those who are." Benjamin
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