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Invading Iraq (deMause)  Lloyd deMause
 Feb 07, 2003 09:09 PST 

Do notice that as the day of American invasion of Iraq comes closer,
Bush's language is more and more centered on how the need for
invasion is "he is lying," "he is duplicitous," "he is playing games
with us," "he can't be trusted" and other phrases that sound very
much like what his mother said to him, both early in his life when
"she slapped us around a lot" and later when he was "playing games"
with her on his alcoholism. Less and less of his language is directed
to any threat to the U.S., more and more toward him as a Bad Boy who
needs punishment.

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