Mental Health Check Kucinich

Or at least a hearing check. Kucinich is questioning Bush’s mental health based on his comment about AVOIDING world war III by preventing Iran from obtaining the capability of nuclear weapons. In the comment Kucinich is critisizing, Bush does not say anything violent, however Kucinich obviously was having some Freudian thoughts about the topic. Nice liberal spin Kucinich, can’t beat Hillary so let’s go Bush bashing, page 2 of the liberal handbook…

I am a little bit more concerned about your mental health Mr. Kucinich, in that you hear voices like this inside your head… Violent Voices… Voices to attack Bush…. Voice to allow Iran Nuclear Weapons Capability… Voices…

By the way, Dennis, have you seen any UFO’s lately

Kucinich questions Bush’s mental health

Kucinich, with wife Elizabeth, questioned the president’s mental health.

(CNN) — Strong words from Democratic presidential contender Dennis Kucinich may be nothing new, but his comments to a newspaper Tuesday questioning President Bush’s mental health are raising a few eyebrows.

“I seriously believe we have to start asking questions about his mental health,” the Ohio congressman told the Philadelphia Inquirer. “There’s something wrong. He does not seem to understand his words have real impact.”

Kucinich’s comments were in reference to the president’s recent remarks on Iran, in which he suggested World War III could occur if the country obtained nuclear capabilities.

“I’ve told people that, if you’re interested in avoiding World War III, it seems like you ought to be interested in preventing them from having the knowledge necessary to make a nuclear weapon,” Bush said at a news conference earlier this month.

The Democratic presidential candidate later said he does not consider questioning the Bush’s mental health inappropriate, according the Inquirer’s Web site.

“You cannot be a President of the United States who’s wanton in his expression of violence,” Kucinich said. “There’s a lot of people who need care. He might be one of them. If there isn’t something wrong with him, then there’s something wrong with us. This, to me, is a very serious question.”

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  3. So the impeachment process is possible and/or can be used for criminal prosecution even after George W. Bush leaves office—giving the American people a sense of hope. Even though impeachment while Bush is in office does not seem likely due to the complicity of Congress relative to the illegitimate Iraq War, Kucinich’s efforts relative to impeachment and the efforts of hundreds of Americans relative to impeachment are not wasteful collectively. For example, such efforts are beneficial in that (1) legitimate accusations made in the course of Bush’s presidency appropriately and importantly inform the American people and the world of Bush’s abuses of power, corruption, and dishonesty; and (2) legitimate accusations, for example, in Dennis Kucinich’s excellent book, “The 35 Articles of Impeachment and the Case for Prosecuting George W. Bush,” may contribute to some impeachment and/or punitive process against Bush after he leaves office.

    Dennis Kucinich is my role model. Kucinich is simply the best. Congressman Kucinich has, in any case, done invaluable, noble, and exemplary work in pushing for impeachment so vigorously and single-mindedly.

    Submitted by Andrew Yu-Jen Wang
    B.S., Summa Cum Laude, 1996
    Messiah College, Grantham, PA

  4. Sorry, but that one would have to first get legislation passed then it would be challenged in the Supreme Court. The precedents I have seen posted online do not apply as the Constitution specifies terms for Impeachment for the President. The cases cited online are are based on other laws for impeachment.

    Sorry, not everyone agrees with you that they are legitimate accusations. Secondly, Kucinich is a nutcase. If he is your role model, then you need to wake up.

  5. Additionally, if Kucinich is right in his assessment above that Bush’s mental health is in question, then that would also be applicable in any impeachment proceedings… A person with deminished mental capabilities and psychological issues would surely be able to use those in any court case, therefore Kucinich’s own accusations in this article provide Bush a defense in any impeachment proceedings…

  6. In his book, “An Enemy of the People,” Dean Lawrence R. Velvel properly indicates that George W. Bush is insane and basically lives in a dream world in his head. Dean Lawrence R. Velvel brilliantly and ingeniously describes that George W. Bush suffers from (1) rigid judgmentalism; (2) irritability; (3) impatience; (4) grandiosity; (5) obsessive thought patterns; (6) incoherent speech; (7) immense anger; (8) exploitativeness; (9) arrogance; (10) utter lack of empathy; (11) difficulties arising from relationships with his father (George H.W. Bush); (12) not caring about the suffering of others; (13) sociopathic behaviours; (14) serial failures; (15) lack of competence; (16) alcohol problems; (17) narcissistic personality; (18) doing anything to protect his psyche from the destruction of being shown wrong; (19) inability to feel guilt; etc.

    Dean Lawrence R. Velvel’s book is for all time one of the best books ever written. The American people benefit profoundly from astute writers—like Dean Lawrence R. Velvel—who focus on the severe mental illnesses which underlie George W. Bush’s egregious misconduct while president of the United States. Dean Lawrence R. Velvel’s examinations relative to George W. Bush absolutely explain why Bush has been an utter failure and will leave behind such a tragic legacy.

    Lawrence R. Velvel is the dean of the Massachusetts School of Law.

    Submitted by Andrew Yu-Jen Wang
    B.S., Summa Cum Laude, 1996
    Messiah College, Grantham, PA
    Lower Merion High School, Ardmore, PA, 1993

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