Skip to comments.A Brief History Of Mental Illness
Posted on 07/30/2014 12:40:46 PM PDT by servo1969
In this searing and personal Firewall, Bill Whittle talks about his Brief History of Mental Illness, how he managed to avoid going Full Progressive, the famous author who helped bring him back to sanity, and asks the fundamental question: "What if I'm wrong?"
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My favorite quote is-
Travel the world and you will find that for all of America’s injustice and stupidity and corruption - everywhere else is worse.
Bill Whittle, you are a good speaker and fine writer. You don’t need to resort to making ‘joke analogies’ about mental illness. I know a few who deal with it every day. It’s usually not a joke. I’m still glad you are out there trying to teach the truth, the way Glen Beck used to do.
Coming to the political "light" was cathartic.
Bill is good.
I don’t think he was making a joke - he was dead serious about being mentally ill as a leftie... doesn’t mean you can’t recover. I lived in that very same town where he went to school for almost 30 years (U of Florida) - the arrogance of the Left throws you off that they are indeed superior, when in fact they are just plain nuts and need help.
Bill Whittle is the strongest spokesman for conservatism in America today as far as I am concerned. Bar none.
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