Symptoms: delusions of grandeur; inappropriate emotional responses; aggression, disordered thinking; loss of motivation; incorrect and irrational beliefs that are deeply held and genuinely believed to be correct; abusive or venomous language used to express blame or censure or bitter deep-seated ill will; social withdrawl.
â€œWoodstock politics are brutal and unnecessaryâ€? says…(guess who)
At the risk of boring a dead horse to tears, I thought that I would say something about Mr. Wetzelâ€™s comments at the CafÃ©. His most recent comment has been placed under this article as a reference.
The world according to Wetzel is none too humorous. Mr. Wetzel accuses â€˜Strandedâ€™ of wanting to raise taxes. Typically anyone who disagrees with W is a â€˜tax and spenderâ€™. In effect, W was blaming â€˜Stranded’ for the budgetary concerns of the Woodstock education system. This accusation is, of course, ludicrous in view of the unwillingness of the State of Connecticut to pay for state-mandated educational programs and standards. Also, there is the lack of activity of our current State Representative in this area. It is also a ludicrous accusation given the trillion-dollar deficit built up by the Bush administration that also mandated educational â€˜improvementsâ€™ while investing up to a trillion for war rather than providing adequate funding for education. Read the rest of this entry »