Mitt Romney, for example, is one of those people who likes to be the center of attention. He’s the one that can come out of a press conference or a debate and take the stage and be the center of a crowd. The media wants to hear what he has to say, and they want to hear him say it well. But at the same time, he wants to maintain a facade of being the calm, rational voice of reason.
Now that Mitt Romney, one of the most powerful men in the country, has lost his voice on so many fronts, I expect that the media will start looking at him in a different way. In fact, they already are.
In a very quiet, quiet, way. Romney doesn’t want to be the subject of the media spotlight right now. He understands the media is going to look at him differently. But he also sees how they could look at him in a different way. Maybe he’s a bit too calm for their tastes. Or maybe Mitt Romney is a little too relaxed.
It seems like a bit of both. Mitt Romney is so confident that he can do anything, so relaxed in the fact that he can do nothing. I think the media would be interested to see the first signs of his personality cracking and cracking and cracking. I think I could almost see them calling out his “stereotype.
Mitt Romney is not the first politician to experience this. In the 1970s, President Richard Nixon experienced a similar thing. It wasn’t until the early 1980s that the government was able to actually study the phenomenon.
Nixon began to experience himself as being paralyzed. During his presidency, he would only ever go out for half an hour at a time. This was a result of severe mental illness. In the early 1980s, the research began to show that in addition to being paralyzed, the president would experience the same thing in his dreams. Dreams werent considered a sign of mental illness, but the results were quite alarming. Nixon began to tell the story of this in his memoirs.
Although Nixon isnt the only president suffering from severe mental illness, this is surely not the first time that a president has suffered from the disorder. The late Gerald Ford had a history of schizophrenia, and George W Bush had a history of Alzheimer’s. The list goes on and on.
The truth is that our entire society is in a state where we have lost our minds. Even our politicians are suffering from mental illness. We are not just talking about the president, we are talking about our entire government.
A recent report indicated that 90% of all Americans who vote were also diagnosed with a psychiatric disorder. Of course, this does not mean that 100% of people are mentally ill. There are many, perhaps most, Americans who are simply “more sane” than average.
This is a problem, because even if our politicians are perfectly normal, we all have a few mental issues. It’s as simple as that.