Friday, December 28, 2007

Finally someone talks about the weird smirks

And fake laughs, the horrible shoulder shakes, the inappropriate chortles.

Bob Cesca of The Huffington Post cites several very bizarre actions by the preznit:
His uncomfortably ridiculous smirks and smiles illustrate his inadequacies as a leader: his fugacious attitude; his vacant stature; and, most strikingly, his apparent inability to grasp the reality of his decisions. It's all right there on the screen -- underlined by those tiny baby teeth.
To me the frantic head bobbing and shoulder shakes are made by a person who has no idea how to reach out to people but knows that these actions somehow make him seem more likable. He is truly a sociopathic personality:
Common characteristics of people with antisocial personality disorder include:[citation needed]
  • Persistent lying or stealing
  • Recurring difficulties with the law
  • Tendency to violate the rights and boundaries of others (property, physical, sexual, emotional, legal)
  • Substance abuse
  • Aggressive, often violent behavior; prone to getting involved in fights
  • A persistent agitated or depressed feeling (dysphoria)
  • Inability to tolerate boredom
  • Disregard for the safety of self or others
  • A childhood diagnosis of conduct disorders - this is not a symptom but "a history of"
  • Lack of remorse for hurting others
  • Superficial charm
  • Impulsiveness
  • A sense of extreme entitlement
  • Inability to make or keep friends
  • Lack of guilt
  • Relentlessness[dubious ]
  • Recklessness, impulsivity[4][5]

People with a diagnosis of antisocial personality disorder often experience difficulties with authority figures.[6]

Don't forget this story.

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