Liberalscum Buster

January 22, 2009

THE US ECONOMY IS GOING INTO SHOCK… HERE IS WHY

Filed under: BARACK OBAMA, ECONOMY, life, medicine, news — gasdocpol @ 12:33 am

THE MEDICAL CONDITION KNOWN AS SHOCK IS THE CONDITION WHEREBY THE CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM IS NOT PERFUSING THE ORGANS OF THE BODY AT A SUFFICIENT PRESSURE WITH THE RESULT THAT THE ORGANS ARE NO LONGER FUNCTIONING PROPERLY.

There are several kinds of shock(Cardiogenic, septic, anaphylactic, hypovolemic, etc)The treatment is different for each of them.

Economics is analogous to animal physiology. The cardiovascular system furnishes blood to muscles (analogous to our manufacturing sector which produces goods) and our brain (analogous to our service sector) Our financial institutions furnish money in the same way the cardiovascular system furnishes blood.

Basically the bailout package is trying to treat cardiogenic shock with the treatment for hypovolemic shock. Instead of attending to cardiac function, they are assuming the patient lost blood and are transfusing the patient.

When you do that , you get congestive heart failure.

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December 10, 2008

Paul Begala called GW Bush “A high functioning moron”

Filed under: Bush, life, medicine, PROJECT FOR THE NEW AMERICAN CENTURY (PNAC), Psychology — gasdocpol @ 10:37 pm

“High functioning moron” is a good first approximation of GW Bush. He is not stupid. He has used what intelligence he has to be able to successfully fail gracefully with aplomb. His family resources have sheltered him from reality testing and the crucible of life in general. He has social skills and a fairly engaging personality. He was propped up by Neoconservatives as their standard bearer and has gone all the way to the White House where he is called on to perform far beyond his ability.

October 26, 2008

SOME COMPUTERS NEED TO BE REBOOTED, SOME HEARTS NEED DEFIBRILLATION, SOME BRAINS NEED ELECTROSHOCK THERAPY

Filed under: BARACK OBAMA, Bush, ECONOMY, hillary clinton, John McCain, life, medicine, mideast, news, politics, war — gasdocpol @ 4:06 pm

THE GOP NEEDS TO BE RESET TOO
McCAIN’S CAMPAIGN THREATENS TO BRING DOWN THE WHOLE GOP WITH HIM. MAYBE THAT IS WHAT IT WILL TAKE TO RID THE GOP OF THE NEOCONSERVATIVES.

The Democrats need a truly conservative GOP to keep them honest. The Democrats are just as capable of screwing things up as Republicans.

The GOP has given us Lincoln, Teddy Roosevelt, Eisenhauer and Reagan .
In 2000 , they gave us alfred E. Newman and now they are trying to give us Yosemite Sam.

July 27, 2008

JOHNNIE McCRAPSHOOT HAS ONE VERY SCAREY PASTIME !

Filed under: BARACK OBAMA, Bush, hillary clinton, John McCain, life, medicine, mideast, news, politics, war — gasdocpol @ 10:23 pm

Gambling men: McCain’s dice, Obama’s cards

Fun story in Time about the gambling habits of McCain and Obama:

McCain (not a secret) is slightly addicted to risk, and likes to play craps at casinos — betting a few thousand a roll in a game that’s all about chance but, it should be noted, not using casino credit: “The goal, say several people familiar with his habit, is never financial. He loves the thrill of winning and the camaraderie at the table.”

Obama, on the other hand, is a cautious card player, joining a regular weekly low-stakes poker game among legislators when he was a state senator in Illinois. He played to win, not for the thrill of it: “He studied the cards as closely as he would an eleventh-hour amendment to a bill. The odds were religion to him. Only rarely did he bluff.”

The contrast then becomes a metaphor for the campaign — a little glib, but fun nonetheless:

“Politicians talk of their campaigns as grand contests of ideas. But in practice, the political battle is both a crapshoot and a poker game, a study in managing risk and in manipulating people…. McCain’s campaign, like his life, has been marked by its embrace of living dangerously and by clear runs of fortune and disappointment. Obama, meanwhile, has succeeded, no less remarkably, by diligently executing a premeditated strategy.”

Posted by John Riley on July 3, 2008 9:47 AM | Permalink

July 26, 2008

WHEN THAT 3 AM PHONE CALL COMES INTO THE WHITE HOUSE I DON’T WANT JOHNNIE McCRAPSHOOT PICKING UP THE PHONE

Filed under: BARACK OBAMA, Bush, hillary clinton, John McCain, life, medicine, mideast, news, politics, war — gasdocpol @ 12:10 pm

I WANT A COOL CEREBRAL POKER PLAYER WITH A FUNNY NAME TAKING THE CALL.

Vices: Craps and Poker By MICHAEL SCHERER AND MICHAEL WEISSKOPF
Thu Jul 3, 10:10 AM ET

The casino craps player is a social animal, a thrill seeker who wants not just to win but to win with a crowd. Unlike cards or a roulette wheel, well-thrown dice reward most everyone on the rail, yielding a collective yawp that drowns out the slots. It is a game for showmen, Hollywood stars and basketball legends with girls on their arms. It is also a favorite pastime of the presumptive Republican nominee for President, John McCain.

The backroom poker player, on the other hand, is more cautious and self-absorbed. Card games may be social, but they are played in solitude. No need for drama. The quiet card counter is king, and only a novice banks on luck. In this game, a good bluff trumps blind faith, and the studied observer beats the showman. So it is fitting that the presumptive Democratic nominee, Barack Obama, raked in so many pots in his late-night games with political friends.

For centuries, the nation’s political leaders have loved their games of chance. Andrew Jackson owned fighting cocks and raced horses. Richard Nixon helped finance his first congressional race with his World War II poker winnings. Teddy Roosevelt noted that the professional gamblers he knew “usually made good soldiers.” But even among this crowd, McCain and Obama are distinctive. For both men, games of chance have been not just a hobby but also a fundamental feature in their development as people and politicians. For Obama, weekly poker games with lobbyists and fellow state senators helped cement his position as a rising star in Illinois politics. For McCain, jaunts to the craps table helped burnish his image as a political hot dog who relished the thrill of a good fight, even if the risk of failure was high.

The Thrill of the Game
McCain’s passion for gambling and taking other risks has never been a secret. He was a Navy flyer, trained in the art of controlled crash landings on aircraft carriers. He spent his youth sneaking booze behind the backs of his schoolmasters and reveling in his stack of demerits. He came of age on shore leave in the casinos of Monte Carlo, in a Navy culture that had long embraced dice in the officers’ clubs.

The moral code of McCain’s youth always distinguished between sins of honor and sins of pleasure. “Don’t lie, cheat or steal – anything else is fair game,” McCain told his son Jack when the boy left for the U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis, Md. In his memoir, McCain recalls that by his mid-20s, he “had begun to aspire to a reputation for more commendable achievements than long nights of drinking and gambling.”

Over time he gave up the drinking bouts, but he never quite kicked the periodic yen for dice. In the past decade, he has played on Mississippi River boats, on Indian land, in Caribbean craps pits and along the length of the Las Vegas Strip. Back in 2005 he joined a group of journalists at a magazine-industry conference in Puerto Rico, offering betting strategy on request. “Enjoying craps opens up a window on a central thread constant in John’s life,” says John Weaver, McCain’s former chief strategist, who followed him to many a casino. “Taking a chance, playing against the odds.” Aides say McCain tends to play for a few thousand dollars at a time and avoids taking markers, or loans, from the casinos, which he has helped regulate in Congress. “He never, ever plays on the house,” says Mark Salter, a McCain adviser. The goal, say several people familiar with his habit, is never financial. He loves the thrill of winning and the camaraderie at the table.

Only recently have McCain’s aides urged him to pull back from the pastime. In the heat of the GOP primary fight last spring, he announced on a visit to the Vegas Strip that he was going to the casino floor. When his aides stopped him, fearing a public relations disaster, McCain suggested that they ask the casino to take a craps table to a private room, a high-roller privilege McCain had indulged in before. His aides, with alarm bells ringing, refused again, according to two accounts of the discussion.

“He clearly knows that this is on the borderline of what is acceptable for him to be doing,” says a Republican who has watched McCain play. “And he just sort of revels in it.”

If McCain plays craps for thrills, Obama sees gambling as a way to vent his competitive urge. His love of basketball is well known. “I could get to the rim on anybody,” he told HBO’s Bryant Gumbel of his high school hoops days. He could not even play golf for fun, taking lessons to lower his handicap after a few poor performances. “Barack hates to lose,” says Dan Shomon, an old Chicago political aide.

Poker may be sedentary, but it is no less competitive. Obama played most regularly as an Illinois state senator in the late 1990s. The legislature met in Springfield, which had little to recommend it after hours, except on Wednesday nights, when “The Committee Meeting,” as it was nicknamed, convened in state senator Terry Link’s basement. Obama and fellow senators made up the “core four.” The game began at 7 p.m. and often lasted until 2 a.m. There were pizza and chips, a fridge full of beer, and enough cigars for a smoke-filled room. Obama usually showed up in a baseball cap and sweats. He cadged cigarettes and drank a beer, kept up with the boys’-night-out banter and roared at the off-color stories. When he lost a hand, Obama joked that he couldn’t afford gasoline to drive home.

But he always had his head in the game. The stakes were low enough – $1 ante and $3 top raise – to afford a long shot. Not Obama. He studied the cards as closely as he would an eleventh-hour amendment to a bill. The odds were religion to him. Only rarely did he bluff. “He had a pretty good idea about what his chances were,” says Denny Jacobs, a former state senator from East Moline.

Obama’s play-to-win approach drove other players crazy. Former state senator Larry Walsh, a conservative corn farmer from Joliet, once got ready to pull in a pot with a four-of-a-kind hand. But Obama had four of a kind too, of higher rank. Walsh slammed down his cards. “Doggone it, Barack, if you were more liberal in your card-playing and more conservative in your politics, you and I would get along much better,” he said.

Obama used the sessions to bond with those who could aid his political ascent, including several lawmakers with whom he forged lasting political alliances, as well as some lobbyists. The banks, utilities and insurance agents were often represented. “We all became buddies in the card games, but there never were any favors granted,” says David Manning of the Community Bankers Association of Illinois.

Obama usually left a winner. But he reaped a bigger payoff politically. When he announced his plans to run for the U.S. Senate, his poker pals – white guys from small-town Illinois – were among his earliest supporters. Link says the Wednesday-night gang didn’t realize how far Obama would go: “Nobody said, ‘Mr. President, it’s your deal.'” But Obama’s risk-averse, methodical approach to five-card stud gives Link confidence in his potential governing style. “If he runs his presidency the way he plays poker, I’ll sleep good at night,” he says.

What do the candidates’ gambling proclivities tell us about who they are? Politicians talk of their campaigns as grand contests of ideas. But in practice, the political battle is both a crapshoot and a poker game, a study in managing risk and in manipulating people. And there is no bigger gamble than a presidential run, which both candidates have conducted very differently this cycle. McCain’s campaign, like his life, has been marked by its embrace of living dangerously and by clear runs of fortune and disappointment. Obama, meanwhile, has succeeded, no less remarkably, by diligently executing a premeditated strategy. But the general-election game is new to both men. And as the stakes rise, both know they’ll need a little luck. View this article on

July 24, 2008

JOHN McCAIN IS RISK PERSONIFIED.

Filed under: BARACK OBAMA, Bush, hillary clinton, John McCain, life, medicine, mideast, news, politics, war — gasdocpol @ 2:30 pm

JOHN MCCAIN IS A COMPULSIVE GAMBLER

John McCain’s Gambling Problem

Michael Scherer and Michael Weisskopf have a great piece in Time this week about what the two candidates’ gambling habits say about their political (and, potentially, governing) styles. Short version: McCain is a high-stakes craps player who loves the pure, adrenalin-pumping, rush of the game. Obama is an exceedingly low-stakes poker player who sizes up his odds methodically and rarely loses money.

It’s a great insight into the two personalities. And there’s an even better scoop a little further down. While I knew most of the details of Obama’s poker-playing, I had no idea McCain was such a hard-core gambler:

In the past decade, [McCain] has played on Mississippi riverboats, on Indian land, in Caribbean craps pits and along the length of the Las Vegas Strip. Back in 2005 he joined a group of journalists at a magazine-industry conference in Puerto Rico, offering betting strategy on request. “Enjoying craps opens up a window on a central thread constant in John’s life,” says John Weaver, McCain’s former chief strategist, who followed him to many a casino. “Taking a chance, playing against the odds.” Aides say McCain tends to play for a few thousand dollars at a time and avoids taking markers, or loans, from the casinos, which he has helped regulate in Congress. “He never, ever plays on the house,” says Mark Salter, a McCain adviser. The goal, say several people familiar with his habit, is never financial. He loves the thrill of winning and the camaraderie at the table.

Only recently have McCain’s aides urged him to pull back from the pastime. In the heat of the G.O.P. primary fight last spring, he announced on a visit to the Vegas Strip that he was going to the casino floor. When his aides stopped him, fearing a public relations disaster, McCain suggested that they ask the casino to take a craps table to a private room, a high-roller privilege McCain had indulged in before. His aides, with alarm bells ringing, refused again, according to two accounts of the discussion.

“He clearly knows that this is on the borderline of what is acceptable for him to be doing,” says a Republican who has watched McCain play. “And he just sort of revels in it.” [emphasis added].

A few thousand dollars at a time?* Wow. That’s more than borderline unseemly, I’d say–easily several hundred thousand dollars over a period of 5-10 years if McCain plays regularly. It’s certainly a far cry from the $1-ante games Obama played in Springfield.

At the end of the piece, a former Obama colleague, refering to Obama’s contemplative gambling style, tells Time, “If he runs his presidency the way he plays poker, I’ll sleep good at night.” I think the converse is true of McCain–I’d sleep pretty poorly if he were to run his presidency the way he plays craps. (And I think the odds are high that he would. He certainly seems to run his campaign that way…)

*Of course, if by “a few thousand dollars at a time” Scherer and Weisskopf mean “a few thousand dollars a hand roll,” then we’re potentially talking millions of dollars over a period of several years, not hundreds of thousands. We’d be in real pathological territory–nothing particularly borderline about it.

–Noam Scheiber
06.07.2008

July 21, 2008

HOW DO JOHN McCAIN AND BARACK OBAMA’S BRAINS WORK?

MCCAIN’ BRAIN IS ACTIVE AT THE EMOTIONAL CENTERS (AMYGDALA AND HIPPOCAMPUS

McCain is emotional. Besides his well known anger management problem, he is given to rituals (lucky shoes, lucky objects) and superstitions. For most people, gambling is a self-defeating flaw. Now if McCain were a math genius, I could imagine that rational risk-taking might be a plus. Math and science were not his strong suits. His fist-fights in high school earned him the nickname of Punk mcNasty.
Some of these traits actually could be advantageous at the tactical level but not at the strategic level (which is where the commander-in-chief operates) I submit that the average person does not clearly appreciate the difference between strategy and tactics.

McCain operates disproportionately at the emotional centers of the brain like the amygdala and hippocampus. Apparently he is able to connect with people at that level.

OBAMA OPERATES AT THE CEREBRAL CORTEX LEVEL.

There are two extremes of Magna Cum Laud graduates of Harvard Law . There are pedants like PNAC chickenhawk Douglas Feith who was one of the architects of the Iraq fiasco (referred to by Gen Tommy Frank as “The stupidist person on the face of the earth”).

The other extreme is Barack Obama who can rigorously analyze a question at an abstract level, apply his understanding to a real life problem and then acticulate a practical decision.

Our population tends to operate at the emotional level . I want an elite cerebral type of President like Obama not someone who can have a beer with Joe Sixpack.

July 17, 2008

SUPERSTITIOUS GAMBLERS NEED LOVE TOO

Filed under: BARACK OBAMA, Bush, hillary clinton, John McCain, life, medicine, mideast, news, politics, war — gasdocpol @ 3:40 pm

Gamblers Seen As Superstitious And Stimulus Cravers
A British study finds gamblers much more superstitious than non-gamblers.

Over 80% of UK bingo players surveyed were generally superstitious – some attributing lucky seats, lucky friends and lucky nights of the week to gambling success.

Just one-third of the larger UK population are thought to be superstitious – the most commonly reported behaviours being: avoiding walking under ladders, touching wood for good luck and throwing salt over shoulders.

Could training in statistics and physics reduce the belief in luck? My guess is those with lower aptitudes for math and physics are more likely to believe in luck. So better training probably would not help much. Future geneticallly engineered neural stem cell therapies for boosting IQ will probably reduce the desire to gamble though.

Another recent study found that alcoholics and gamblers are motivated by different kinds of emotions.

Tavares said that positive emotions and negative emotions are two separate, distinct and independent dimensions, possibly regulated by different brain systems. “We found that alcohol craving was based on the temperament factor responsible for negative emotions,” he said. “This suggests that those individuals who are especially vulnerable to negative emotions are the ones who will miss alcohol the most when trying to abstain. Conversely, gambling craving correlated to the temperament factor responsible for positive emotions.

“This suggests that those individuals who naturally lack positive emotions and require intense stimuli to experience elation are the ones who will miss gambling the most when trying to abstain.”

As I reported in another recent post fetal alcohol exposure in early pregnancy or during the full length of pregnancy in rhesus macaque monkeys resulted in macaques that had blunted responses to stimuli. Humans exposed to alcohol during fetal development and born with less ability to respond to stimuli might take up gambling as a source of more intense experiences. So alcohol abuse in one generation might lead to compulsive gambling in a successive generation.

If the need to experience an intense stimulus could be met by some other source of a stimulus would gambling compulsion be easier to break? How about putting gambling treatment centers next to amusement parks and taking the gamblers on roller coaster rides? The problem is that it is a lot easier and faster to log on to a gambling web site or do off-site betting on track races than to go to an amusement park. Most people do not live near roller coasters. Could video games provide the craved level of intense stimulation?

Gene therapies and neural stem cell therapies will eventually provide ways to supply neurons that reduce the need for the stimulus high that comes from gambling.

Technological advances are making gambling problems easier to develop (while producing lots of email and blog spam in the process).

Today more young people gamble once a week than smoke, drink or take drugs combined.

“Poker playing seems to have grown to the point where now you’ve got about 20% of young males, who are either in high school or in college playing poker with their friends on a weekly basis,” says Dan Romer, who runs the Annenberg Adolescent Risk Communication Centre at the University of Pennsylvania.

“Of those at least a quarter of them would be exhibiting some form of problem gambling symptoms.”

Human beings did not evolve to handle the types of artificial environments that technologies are producing. The range of technologies which humans are not adapted to handle keeps growing. Home methamphetamine labs and internet gambling web sites are just two manifestations of a larger problem: Humans find themselves in technological environments very unlike the environments for which they evolved.

Some humans are lucky enough to have combinations of alleles, embryonic environments, and childhood environments that make them still able to function well in the face of so many potentially harmful activities. Some can gamble occasionally without developing a compulsion to do so. Some can have a drink of alcohol without developing a need for it. Some feel great enough to see no temptation from cocaine or methamphetamine.

But others less lucky are caught up in a growing number of temptations which they are genetically and cognitively ill-suited to handle. The weakening of belief in religious codes that used to justify many restrictions on vices combined with liberal and libertarian views of human ability to exercise free will leave those with neurological vulnerabilities insufficiently defended against a proliferation of ways to develop compulsive, addictive, and destructive vices. Only the acceptance of a more biological view of human nature can restore some of the wisdom about vices lost in the decline of religious beliefs.

By Randall Parker at 2005 September 18 12:52 PM Brain Addiction | TrackBack

Comments
Hugh Angell said at September 18, 2005 01:46 PM:
There maybe a genetic component in heavy gambling but I don’t think it involves
intelligence or the lack of it. One of the few criminal activities that Asians
in the US commit disproportionately is illegal gambling. Their culture is not
associated with heavy drinking nor are they considered below average in intelligence.

I would also think that those who are serious gamblers would have or think they have
superior intelligence. Card counters in blackjack, poker players computing the odds
using the known cards, etc. Then there are those that gamble on sporting contests.
This too can be quite sophisticated where the bettor amasses huge amounts of data
on the teams relative strengths under different conditions, demographic data such
as knowing that a team from a big city will bend house odds based on nothing more
than they have more hometown supporters. Some folks even make a good living at it
so, for them, it isn’t simply Lady Luck it is their superior insight into the odds
that give them an edge.

I won’t comment on that other crap shoot, the stock market, except to say that there
are gamblers successful and otherwise here too.

Patrick said at September 19, 2005 01:28 AM:
Yet more evidence that being superstitious gives you bad luck.

T. J. Madison said at September 22, 2005 01:52 AM:
>>Could training in statistics and physics reduce the belief in luck? My guess is those with lower aptitudes for math and physics are more likely to believe in luck.

It is my understanding that one year the APS annual meeting was held in Las Vegas, and the prostitution and gambling industries reported a dramatic dip in revenues. I don’t think we’ve been invited back since 🙂

A reader in SoCal said at September 23, 2005 10:58 PM:
Too bad the shrinks didn’t do Vegas properly, I’m sure a lot of good papers could have been published out of that 😉

But on to those who need those dopamine hits to get their rewards…

First, some say there are two kinds of gamblers: those who need the reward (which we are discussing here), and those who gamble as a form of escapism. Like, the guy who lost his job and may drink at a bar or just as easily absentmindedly hit the slots. Different motivations, but those who have a gambling addiction I would guess have a deficient dopamine reward system. This happened recently when the parkinson’s med induced compulsive gambling — the med was to the Dopamine receptor 2, I think. http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2003/08/030812073612.htm

With the dopamine-deficient individuals, I think they have another characteristic: a frontal-lobe white matter deficit. Probably the most famous white matter deficit person is the noted Mr. Gage who had a railroad spike through his frontal lobe, and allegedly went from being a nice guy to a boorish sociopath. http://www.deakin.edu.au/hbs/GAGEPAGE/

There seems to be a connection between white matter in the frontal lobes (I think) of the brain and the lack of empathy — or really, the lack of compassion/morals. (As I understand it, white matter is neural tissue which makes the connections, sort of like the wiring in the brain. communicating from one functional area to another. Like, the amygdala (emotion) to the frontal regions (cognition/reasoning)).

There have been recent fmri studies relating to deception where those having brain lesions or otherwise lacking “normal” white matter have reduced physical stimuli lying. Lying doesn’t phase them. Hence, the recent report that psychopaths are the most successful investors, because they aren’t emotionally involved.
http://www.gsb.stanford.edu/news/research/finance_shiv_invesmtdecisions.shtml
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi?cmd=Retrieve&db=pubmed&dopt=Abstract&list_uids=15717989&query_hl=10 (review article on neuroimaging personality disordered individuals).

Also, it has been reported that people who don’t dream have reduced white matter. (Sorry lost the link on that one, it was a byproduct of some other study).

What can reduce white matter? Disease, stroke, that kind of thing, but also alcohol abuse.http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi?cmd=Retrieve&db=pubmed&dopt=Abstract&list_uids=16172612&query_hl=1

Plus, fetal alcohol spectrum disorders can reduce white matter in utero i think, although not sure if this can be compensated later.

So, this may be a case of nature/nurture/environment where nature made some people prone to needing extra dopamine, and they used alcohol, which damaged the white matter in their offspring (who perhaps had a diluted form of the dopamine deficiency genetic makeup) and that offspring then was raised with insufficient empathic/nurturing, and so began to drink and further broke down their white matter.

July 9, 2008

WHY IS JOHN McCAIN A WAR HERO?

Filed under: BARACK OBAMA, Bush, hillary clinton, John McCain, life, medicine, mideast, news, politics, war — gasdocpol @ 3:48 pm

WHY DOES McCAIN GET TESTY WHEN ASKED HOW HIS EXPERIENCE GAVE HIM SPECIAL QUALIFICATIONS TO BE COMMANDER IN CHIEF?

If General Wesley Clark is not qualified to question the relevance of McCain’s experience to the task of the Presidency. then who is?

Clark spent many thousands of hours in combat than McCain’s 23 hours. Clarks valor on the field of battle did actually contribute to the military cause. Clark knows the fuction of of commander-in-chief by training and experience. McCain was a dummy in class and neither efficient nor effective in battle.

IF, INDEED, JOHN McCAIN IS A WAR HERO, WHY DOES THAT QUALIFY HIM FOR THE PRESIDENCY ?

Filed under: BARACK OBAMA, Bush, hillary clinton, John McCain, life, medicine, mideast, news, politics, war — gasdocpol @ 3:37 pm

DOES ANYONE WHO FLEW 23 UNEXCEPTIONAL COMBAT MISSIONS AND SURVIVED 5 1/2 YEARS AS A POW AUTOMATICALLY QUALIFY TO BE PRESIDENT OF THE USA?

Even if he was a poor student and pretty reckless in his life and in the Senate, he has had voilent profanity-laden outbursts at other Senators and is a superstitious compulsive gambler with an anger management problem?

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