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Spiritual/Political/Philosophical Blog on the Nature of Truth and Falsehood and Heaven
Tuesday, September 07, 2004 The Games People Play
"The real distinction . . . is that, at the core, he is a very weak man. He projects himself as incredibly strong, but behind closed doors he is incapable of saying no to his biggest financial supporters and his coalition . . . He's been shockingly malleable . . . He was too weak to resist it.
Who said this? Al Gore about George Bush. This is classic Projection. Gore is giving one of the best descriptions about himself (and/or Bill Clinton) you will find.
One of the interesting qualities of George W. Bush is that he doesn't engage in this kind activity. I believe his Christian committment leads him to put aside these kinds of speculations on others' character in this manner.
In fact, it's rather girlish of Gore to get catty and psuedo-analytical in this manner. Junior High girls stand around speculating and judging others in this vein.
I altered the quotes to remove obvious references to Bush, but otherwise, this is how Gore thinks these days, and it's just pathetic. Oh, yes, he believes kerry will win by a goodly margin, "my own prediction is that in the end it's probably not going to be that close."
"Also, the Republican right wing has launched a kind of civil cold war in a very ruthless fashion."
Again, it is the Left which is making a relentless attack on American values and traditions, but I guess when you don't get power and your Utopia right now, it means that the resistance to you is evil and unabating. posted by Mark Butterworth | 1:17 PM |