Carol Platt Liebau: Clinton on the Couch

Wednesday, September 27, 2006

Clinton on the Couch

In yesterday's LA Times, Andrew Klavan makes a fascinating study by contrasting the psyches of Presidents Reagan and Clinton.

One could summarize by noting that Clinton believes in a sort of multicultural, shape-shifting concept of the truth; President Reagan's take is much less modern and -- dare one say it? -- much more "true" in the real sense.

4 Comments:

Blogger Editor said...

Andrew Klavan is novelist who writes thrillers. And we don't know if he is being serious now or just wrtiting fiction. This definitely is not a study as you claim Carol. More like mindless drivel.

Sure must be hard to get good spun news, Carol.

1:59 PM  
Blogger Pain said...

For a plainspoken analysis of what those trying to prove a political point have missed one may try,

this.


Salam waylaykum.

Qu'ul cuda praedex nihil!

Pain

3:31 PM  
Blogger dodger said...

I didn't miss anything in the exchange. Except two words. Adult child. An adult asked a question and a child threw a tantrum.

9:05 AM  
Blogger The Flomblog said...

I can't believe that Clinton does ANYTHING publically withour prior planning.

I maintain that his "Tantrum" was aimed at allowing his lovely wife (?) to step away from appearing to support the President.

Yes, either he is that machivellian, or he Puppet-Mistress, Hillary is.

10:59 AM  

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