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November 30, 2007

Clinton Crisis: Mad Bomber Wrapup

Mad BomberUnless you were in a cave today or simply not paying attention, you may be unaware of today’s crisis at Clinton campaign headquarters. A deranged Hilldog fan burst into the New Hampshire campaign offices with a homemade homicide bomb strapped to his chest, made demands, took hostages, waited for Senator Clinton to implement universal socialist healthcare, became impatient due to the inevitable wait time, and eventually surrendered.

Now that’s just what happened on the surface. But there’s actually a lot more to the story if one is willing to dig deeper. So dig we must. Over at Blogs 4 Conservatives, I provide a detailed analysis of what this event really signifies, and demonstrate conclusively how it is a classic and poignant illustration of where liberalism ultimately leads. Incidentally, as it turns out, today’s events also definitively prove the existence of G-d. I bet you didn’t see that coming.

You will believe.

Update: Science finally confirms that liberalism is a mental disorder.

— Psycheout


  1. Lol…..that was Marty, and he finally got his 15 minutes of fame (and pain).
    Good for him to ask for medical healthcare, he needed it.
    Congrats, Marty, you are headline news now (and again soon back on this blog cause PsyKKKeout will find a way to bribe you a way to freedom for sure)

    Comment by Moxom — December 1, 2007 @ 5:45 am | Reply


    Comment by Elephant Bones — December 1, 2007 @ 3:33 pm | Reply

  3. also, if you’re gonna play the science card, we’ll need a scientific source, not blogs4conservatives, which is blatantly biased.

    Comment by Elephant Bones — December 1, 2007 @ 10:55 pm | Reply

  4. EB, I can personally vouch for the credibility of Blogs 4 Conservatives. They do amazingly unbiased work. Think of B4C as the no-spin zone of the blogosphere.

    I had my own doubts at first, but everything written there is sourced and verified. And when it isn’t, the author says so. Explicitly.

    It certainly is more reliable than the New York Times. I fully expect B4C will soon surpass their influence as the premier source of fair and balanced news in blogland. I give it two big thumbs up! And it’s rare that I would give such a ringing endorsement.

    But don’t just take my word for it. Head on over there and see the growing list of endorsements at the upper right of the page. Pretty darned impressive, I think.

    Comment by Psycheout — December 1, 2007 @ 11:21 pm | Reply

  5. “Science finally confirms that liberalism is a mental disorder.”

    This, of course is complete bull, and linking to a blog on your fellow site B4C is by no way evidence of anything.

    At least there they linked to an actual report. But that report does not say what they say nor does it support that statement in any way.
    The poll says that the reported good mental health is higher among Republicans, ie: they consider themselves mentally healthy, this is also true among white men who are well off and prominent in big business, something common among greedy republicans. (hey if the idiots running this place can include stereotypes about us, I can do the same about them)
    Self reported mental health has absolutely nothing to do with their real mental health, even the craziest of people “think” they are sane.
    Basically, what the poll points out is the fact that republicans tend to think they are better than others mentally and otherwise, so when asked they report their mental health as excellent. None of those polled had their mental health checked or verified, it was all based on personal opinions of their own mental health, so the numbers mean nothing.
    The fact that more liberals and democrats reported that their own mental health was not in peak condition clearly demonstrates that they were more inclined to answer truthfully rather than to claim to be better off mentally than the others.
    Really psycheout, you should get more or better evidence before making outrageous false claims such as this.

    Comment by Arn — December 1, 2007 @ 11:26 pm | Reply

  6. And you can personally vouch for B4C. I seriously hope you don’t think that is going to help, you need to earn a little more credibility yourself, before you can vouch for someone else and expect it to mean anything.
    You could get just as high a percentage of mental institute patients to report their mental health as excellent, would that mean they are mentally healthier than the doctors who treat them, because they “think” they are mentally healthy?
    Sorry, this one is just too full of holes, you’ll never plug them all.

    Comment by Arn — December 1, 2007 @ 11:34 pm | Reply

  7. Hmm, Arn, that’s a very interesting, yet totally unconvincing, spin you put on the undeniable proof that liberalism is a mental disorder in comment #5. Denial is not just a river in Egypt, ya know. You might want to look that one up.

    It’s all very well and good that you claim that Republicans purposely lied about their mental health. I’m not surprised by that in the least. You can’t help hating your betters, it’s who you are, after all.

    But let’s set that aside for a moment. What about all those libbies “self reporting,” as you put it, that they are unhappy unhinged basket cases? Hmmm?

    You’ve already smeared the happy right thinking people as liars, so what about those poor mopey libs? Are they lying too? Are they looking for pity? Are they crying out for help?

    What about you, lib?

    Comment by Psycheout — December 2, 2007 @ 12:29 am | Reply

  8. Actually, in the spirit of fairness, which I am well known for, I should point out that Arn is a dirty, self-medicating hippie who is always high on the pot, reefer, or jelly babies when he comments here. He’s actually probably catatonic by now, passed out in a haze of jazz cigarette smoke while Jimmy Hendricks wails in the background, hopped up on LDS.

    I’m sure that after he has awoken in a gutter somewhere and has wiped the night’s drool and vomit off his face, he will attempt to rebutt me in a delusional self-aggrandizing display of pulchritude.

    And he will fail, miserably, before your very eyes. But give him a break, folks. He’s “speaking truth to power.”

    Dance, monkey, dance.

    Comment by Psycheout — December 2, 2007 @ 12:42 am | Reply

  9. Like Arn, said, I’m not very inclined to just take your word for it, since you are most certainly biased. Personally vouching only works if the person asking hols you in high regard. Sadly, I do not. Quite the opposite, in fact.

    Profiling Arn is not fair, either. He can speak for himself.

    Comment by Elephant Bones — December 2, 2007 @ 4:32 am | Reply

  10. “He’s actually probably catatonic by now, passed out in a haze of jazz cigarette smoke while Jimmy Hendricks wails in the background, hopped up on LDS.”
    (That’s the bullest statement yet, and also another try of cheap insulting.)

    “Jimmy Hendricks and LDS.”
    (you truly are a real cultural barbarian, PsyKKKeout)

    Comment by Moxom — December 2, 2007 @ 7:24 am | Reply

  11. Thanks EB, but go ahead and let him ramble. I’ve seen enough of him to know that he isn’t quite as stupid as he portrays himself to be. He knows that you can’t take self reported mental claims as fact, from any of the parties. He still calls me a liberal, which I have already stated more than once I’m not. He calls me a “smelly” hippie, so at least now I know who that was trying to sniff my ass last night.
    And Psycheout, just where is that undeniable proof? That whole post is a crock, what people say of themselves is in no way proof of anything, if it were, then you would have to say that I have undeniable proof that I’m a genius because I can say so. Also, I’m the tallest, strongest and handsomest man in the world, and I have undeniable proof of that, I just said it. Uhhh, I think maybe you should try to find some actual evidence, your undeniable proof just sucks now don’t it.

    Comment by Arn — December 2, 2007 @ 9:12 am | Reply

  12. Oh, and I didn’t say they puposely lied, I said they tend to think they are better than others (by the way, thinking you are better than others is an accepted symptom of mental disorder). But the only thing I was really pointing out is the fact that self reported anything can’t be taken as scientific evidence. Before you can make a claim like you did in this post you need real evidence gathered through actual mental evaluation of each person, opinions are like a**holes, everyone has one, and when you want their opinion of themselves, everyone tends to give a high one, no one wants to talk bad about himself. In short, this whole report is based on crap and nothing more.

    Comment by Arn — December 2, 2007 @ 9:19 am | Reply

  13. oh yeah, and thank you Psycheout, I didn’t quite wake up in the gutter like you expected, but thanks to your comments, I did wake up laughing.

    Comment by Arn — December 2, 2007 @ 9:38 am | Reply

  14. Your “proof” that Republicans have better mental health is a psychological joke. It says that Republicans are more likely to rate themselves as having good mental health. Some of them are probably right. But the person who acknowledges that he might be crazy can still be cured. The greatest madman always asserts that he is perfectly sane, as anyone unfortunate to encounter raving loonies knows from experience.

    Comment by a TRUE Christian — December 4, 2007 @ 9:44 am | Reply

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