There is so much taking place at one time here in the US….most of it is just plain absurd. But since the 1980’s this country has been on a downhill spiral…..most of us thought that the insanity of the 1990’s was as worse as it could get….but we were sadly mistaken.
And then the election of 2016 came around the the insanity got quicker and more harsh. And then the vote happened and the craziness came to a head like a big juicy boil…….
Since the ascent to power of US President Donald Trump, two discussion topics have become increasingly popular: whether or not the man is insane and whether or not it’s appropriate to talk about whether or not the man is insane.
While many psychiatrists, mental health workers and media figures have abided by the idea that it is unethical to publicly debate the head of state’s mental soundness, others view the taboo as reckless.
In an interview with The Independent, for example, Yale University’s Dr Bandy Lee cited Trump’s “taunting of North Korea” and spontaneous bombing of Syria as indications that his “instability, unpredictability and impulsivity … point to dangerousness due to mental impairment.”
Many Americans are waiting for the nightmare to be over….others think that they are living some absurd reality show…..and others think Hell has arrived.
A Long Day’s Journey Into Night
“He appears mad to a few because the majority is infected with the same disease”
“What is more insane than to vent on senseless things the anger that is felt towards men?”
“Insanity is contagious”
Does insanity have its limits?
God, I hope so!