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    It Doesn’t Matter Whether You’re Talking About Democrats or Republicans, They Are Selfish, Callous, Remorseless Users of Others…

    Updated: November 18, 2019 at 10:19 pm EST  See Comments

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    And Un-godly, Irresponsible, Pathological Liars, Glib, Con Artists, Lacking in Remorse and Shallow…

    Politicians are more likely than people in the general population to be sociopaths. I think you would find no expert in the field of sociopathy/psychopathy/antisocial personality disorder who would dispute this… That a small minority of human beings literally have no conscience was and is a bitter pill for our society to swallow — but it does explain a great many things, shamelessly deceitful political behavior being one.” — Dr. Martha Stout, a clinical psychologist and former instructor at Harvard Medical School

    Twenty years ago, a newspaper headline asked the question: “What’s the difference between a politician and a psychopath?

    The answer, then and now, remains the same: None.

    There is no difference between psychopaths and politicians.

    Nor is there much of a difference between the havoc wreaked on innocent lives by uncaring, unfeeling, selfish, irresponsible, parasitic criminals and elected officials who lie to their constituents, trade political favors for campaign contributions, turn a blind eye to the wishes of the electorate, cheat taxpayers out of hard-earned dollars, favor the corporate elite, entrench the military-industrial complex, and spare little thought for the impact their thoughtless actions and hastily passed legislation might have on defenseless citizens.

    Psychopaths and politicians both have a tendency to be selfish, callous, remorseless users of others, irresponsible, pathological liars, glib, con artists, lacking in remorse and shallow.

    Charismatic politicians, like criminal psychopaths, exhibit a failure to accept responsibility for their actions, have a high sense

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