Thursday, January 04, 2007

Bush having nervous breakdown, again

Bush now having severe breakdown.

Recurrence of PTSD now worrying White House.

Bush of late but especially since the Baker Report has been having more frequent recurrences of his old disorder PTSD or Post Traumatic Stress Disorder as it is commonly known.

Bush has begun to re-experience the deeply personal trauma of being a coward and being known as a coward, by his peers and anti-war veterans, during the Vietnam War.

He has used persistent avoidance to overcome this in the near past but the utter failure of his strategy in Iraq has brought it all back.

His increased mental arousal and flashbacks to his failures, humiliations and paranoia have led him to distrust everyone and he has been observed by the Secret Service discussing foreign policy issues with his dog, Barney.

He has told Barney a number of times that he knows the name of the President of Pakistan and always has.

Bush has been experiencing physical reactions to this stress, such as sweating and rapid heart rate which lead to reactions that are similar to the "fight or flight" responses to emergencies.
Bush is also suffering from increased sleep disturbance, irritability, outbursts of anger, difficulty concentrating, increased vigilance, and the exaggerated startle response to the shock and realization of the Baker Report.

Bush has chosen the "fight" option to this increasingly bad situation and encouraged by Haliburton Cheney and the AIPAC is sending more of our boys to die uselessly in Iraq.
Intelligence estimates tell Bush that 250 of our boys will die because of the upcoming surge in Iraq while 1,000 will be seriously injured over the next 6 months.

This does not matter to Bush as he thinks, in his deluded state that these boys dying makes him a brave man as he thinks he is doing the actual fighting and risking his own life, which he refused to do in Vietnam.


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