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Why Liberals Behave the Way They Do

risher3 Wrote: Aug 28, 2012 9:22 PM
Wiseone - Are you saying that Republicans would have only added 3 trillion to the debt? And you aren't concerned about that? Ryan voted for the bailouts, no child left behind, medicare part D, and many other programs that have helped us to reach this record debt, and you expect him to behave like a conservative because he says he will? Please name the conservatives I was so carefully leaving out. Name calling hurts your argument, and it assigns you as the child in the debate. If your right then it is unnecessary. So your saying that McCain wouldn't have increased the debt one dollar? If you find anyone who believes this please send them my way, I have a great multi level marketing program I'd like to show. More name calling, very uncreative

My smash best-seller "Demonic: How the Liberal Mob Is Endangering America" has just come out in paperback -- and not a moment too soon! Democrats always become especially mob-like during presidential election campaigns.

The "root cause" of the Democrats' wild allegations against Republicans, their fear of change, their slogans and insane metaphors, are all explained by mass psychology, diagnosed more than a century ago by the French psychologist Gustave Le Bon, on whose work much of my own book is based.

Le Bon's 1896 book, "The Crowd: A Study of the Popular Mind," was carefully read by Adolf...