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Definition of insanity

Definition of insanity

Reader and frequent photographer Bill is visiting New Orleans, where he took this photo, and writes:

A bit of sanity in an insane world?

I’m not sure.  Doesn’t it make us insane?


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Uncle Samuel | May 5, 2012 at 9:00 am

This bumper sticker makes Republicans sound like classic co-dependent enablers – dutifully working to supply the wants/needs/habits of non-working bums who manipulate, wheedle, use guilt, fear and shame to keep the co-dependents enslaved to them.

Newt has good ideas about how to break this pattern, to set the taxpayer free from enabling and put the bums to work. Hope someone is wise enough to listen.

radiofreeca | May 5, 2012 at 10:44 am

Well, actually yes. Makes us crazy in the same way that Firefighters are crazy to go into burning buildings looking for people, or people volunteer to join the military and take the daily risk of being killed.

But sometimes, you have to be careful – who’s defining what’s ‘crazy’? After all, people who do these sorts of things also indicate that they’ve got a strong sense of community and empathy (v. those narcissists who want everything for free).

LukeHandCool | May 5, 2012 at 12:12 pm

I agree with what Dennis Miller says.

I have no problem with helping the helpless. Just don’t ask me to help the clueless.

Not according to Howard Dean. Remember his quote about Republicans? “…a lot of them have never made an honest living in their lives.”