posted on Feb, 24 2011 @ 04:36 PM
reply to post by jlv70
Maybe, but they are certainly delusional, narcissistic and meglomaniacal. You have an individual who honestly believes that he is qualified to
lead a nation, in the US, someone who believes he/she is the right person to be the leader of the free world, the most powerful person in the world.
In China you have a dude who thinks he is qualified and the right person to lead billions of people. In Mexico, some gent who actually believes he
can reverse decades of corruption, decrease massive poverty and stop what amounts to a civil war. All three are delusional
Of course they are not qualified. Nobody is, yet we believe the bs they spout every election. If you actually had someone come out with "Nobody
is qualified to do this job, but I'll give it a go if you vote for me and do the best I can" they would not get 10% of the vote. While some joker
who spouts answers for every question as if he can execute all of these grand plans and solve the countries problems, who nobody believes wins the
election. By definition, the former gent is honest and the latter dishonest as he is certainly smart enough to know that the bs he spouts long
enough is bs. Sooner or later they do and become narcissistic meglomaniacs with delusions of grandeur.
When people vote for delusional people believing their delusions are reality, they become delusional and that is the problem with many nations in the
world, most certainly the USA