Sunday, July 17, 2005


The White House refused to answer any questions about new evidence of Mr. Rove's role in the matter. A day after new evidence suggested that Mr. Rove had discussed the C.I.A. officer with a reporter from Time magazine in July 2003 without identifying her by name.
The White House silent. This is also the most important psychology of the magician who specializes in tricks known as sleight-of-hand. And Rove is the expert in this!
Rove first evidenced a penchant for dirty tricks during his high school years, when the "classic nerd" pulled mental fakeouts on opponents in debate tournaments. Decades later, pic claims, Rove upped the ante during even more duplicitous stunts to undermine Sen. John McCain in 2000 Republican primaries.
Rove cares not a whit for the trail of political bodies he's left strewn in his wake. I have the feeling that it was sort of going to his head. A leader gets a little puffed up in his head and begins to think he's really a god. Delusion may take on many forms and is commonly understood, such delusions include grandeur, importance, wealth, physical illnesses, auditory or aural hallucinations, religious delusions are common, as well as paranoia, inappropriate moral/ethical values and extreme alienation.
Seem like the same pattern. But as T.S. Eliot said,"The last temptation is the greatest treason,to do the right deed for the wrong reason."
Ted Rudow III,MA

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