Fear and anger weaken character, and destroy happiness.
Is that so hard to understand? And just like hate, anger is a destructive influence on the human soul.
“That one” who suffers from PTSD;
“That one” who should never have responsibility or authority for launching deadly force on the people of other nations.
Aww; what a sweetie! Ignoring the “WSJ” is no big deal. But the perfunctorily nasty manner in how it was done is telling of McCain’s temperament.
It’s instructive that McCain points to Teddy Roosevelt as one of his heroes. Roosevelt was a hypomaniac, too. According to John Gartner, author of The Hypomanic Edge, “hypomaniacs” are “brimming with infectious energy, irrational confidence, and really big ideas. They think, talk, move and make decisions quickly. Anyone who slows them down with questions ‘just doesn’t get it.'” What’s more, the hypomanic will act impulsively, with poor judgment, in ways that can have painful consequences. Starting to sound familiar?
But before you drink this milkshake, don’t forget to pour in a brutal heaping portion of PTSD; then you can really see why Mark Benjamin found it so easy to find people who had been chest-poked by McTemper.
Robert Greenwald‘s latest compilation on McCain is yet another chronicle of McCain’s temperament problem, a sever handicap that simply should never be a part of any president’s arsenal of personality attributes. Watch:
Anger is a material manifestation which represents, in a general way,
the measure of the failure of the spiritual nature to gain control of
the combined intellectual and physical natures.
Anger indicates your lack of tolerant brotherly love
plus your lack of self-respect and self-control.
Anger depletes the health, debases the mind,
and handicaps the spirit teacher of man’s soul.
—Jesus, Speaking in The Urantia Papers
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