Monday, January 02, 2006

Does Saddam have attachment disorder?

"The classic case of attachment disorder is a child without a conscience, with no capacity for empathy with other people." Jennifer Morse psychoanalyzes Saddam. Why haven't we seen more of this?
In next week’s column, I’ll tell you how to deal with attachment disordered children, and what that has to do with how we ought to treat Saddam. But for now, just realize his thirty years of recreational torture is not the behavior of a normal person.
Hmmm. Recreational torture not normal? Clearly Ms. Morse's views are out of the mainstream.


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