drieuxster (drieuxster) wrote,

Are Bush Supporters More, well, Commitable???

"Lohse says his study is no joke. The thesis draws on a survey of 69 psychiatric outpatients in three Connecticut locations during the 2004 presidential election. Lohse's study, backed by SCSU Psychology professor Jaak Rakfeldt and statistician Misty Ginacola, found a correlation between the severity of a person's psychosis and their preferences for president: The more psychotic the voter, the more likely they were to vote for Bush."

"'Our study shows that psychotic patients prefer an authoritative leader,' Lohse says. 'If your world is very mixed up, there's something very comforting about someone telling you, "This is how it's going to be."'

[ cf Are George W. Bush lovers certifiable? ]
and this was news to whom how????

All Hail Great Leader!!! For he has never been impinged upon by the Evil Demonic Forces Of Science, and it's Satanic Scientific Method that is the Defeatists Cut and Runner Kapitulationists Appeasers of the Evil Nancy Pelosi Demonic Voodoo Zombie Dust Bunnies Of Despair Rampaging Against Our White Christian America On Order From Their Iranian Flying Saucer Overlords Who Are Mandating ONLY GAY MARRIAGES!!!!!

Are YOU doing Your Part To STOP SCIENCE NOW!!!!

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