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One week after the headlines talked about how Dennis Kucinich achieved a mental connection with space aliens, Kucinich talked about the President tenuous grasp on reality? Apparently, Kucinich is trying out pilot plots for a TV movie--work he can do after his constituents tire of the "Pride of Cleveland".
When the one of the highlights of the Democrat Debate is Kucinich take on mental health, made before the debates even started, you know the pickin's are slim. They were. But the Ohio Congressman was in rare form.
The 'Mistake by the Lake'--take your pick whether it refers to Kucinich or Cleveland--returned to a height of absurdity not seen since the Cuyahoga River caught fire a couple times in the 1960s. The AP has the money quote.
"I seriously believe we have to start asking questions about his mental health," Kucinich, an Ohio congressman, said in an interview with The Philadelphia Inquirer's editorial board on Tuesday. "There's something wrong. He does not seem to understand his words have real impact."
Coming from a man who communes with messengers from Outer Space, this is some condemnation.
But Kucinich has to attract attention somehow: his poll numbers seem to be stuck in the 1-2% range. That won't win Ohio even if every ward heeler on the Democrat payroll gets every dog in Greater Cleveland to vote. Next week, expect Dennis to join a seance with gypsies to ask advice on the War in Iraq from some dead Civil War general.
Kucinich asking questions about your mental health is like Elmer Fudd questioning your hunting ability.
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