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To: Reagan Man
But we cannot say "insane". That doesn't quite describe it in terms that the public can think about. We all know people like Dean and we don't call them insane. Temperamentally unsuitable is a better term. And for the record, Dean is not insane nor are the rest of them. They all have personality disorders which is not insanity per se.
30 posted on 01/01/2004 10:07:37 AM PST by cajungirl (I adore the Brits!! Tony Blair is my hero!!)
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To: cajungirl
I respectfully disagree. Labeling Howie Dean insane is over the top for sure, but calling him "temperamentally unsuitable" is too PC for me. After careful analysis and evaluation of recent public remarks made by Dean, in my book he definitely comes across as a highly emotional and irrational person.

"-US no safer w/Saddam in custody"
-"Bush knew about 9-11 beforehand"
-"most dangerous admin in his lifetime"
-"Bin Laden shouldn't be pre-judged"

These aren't just statements by an over the top and desperate candidate. They are remarks by an irrational person.

Dean is far too unstable to be my president. I prefer the more conservative minded, rational, controlled and sensible leaders like Ronald Reagan and GWBush to lead America.

41 posted on 01/01/2004 10:23:01 AM PST by Reagan Man (The few, the proud, the conservatives.)
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