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CDR: Pundophilia

Pundophilia is a psychiatric disorder in which a person has intense and recurrent urges towards and fantasies about politicians and power on which feelings they have either acted or which cause distress or interpersonal difficulty, most often by exposing themselves repeatedly in the media and excessively pontificating in public.

At present, the exact causes of pundophilia have not been conclusively established. Research suggests that pundophilia may be correlated with several different neurological abnormalities, and often co-exists with other personality disorders and psychological pathologies.

No significant curative treatment for pundophilia has yet been developed. There are, however, certain therapies that show promise in reducing the incidence of an “expert” media personality committing an abusive act on a potential voter, most notably the timely application of the channel selection function of a remote control device.

See also Chris Matthews, Karl Rove, Keith Olberman, Bill O’Reilly, Lou Dobbs, Rachel Maddow, Pat Buchanan, James Carvelle, Dick Morris, Juan Williams, Bill Kristol, George Will, Bob Beckel, Charles Krauthammer, ad naseum



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