The question that dominates the political mind of many Americans is, “How did the Tea Party get so strong? Why can Rush Limbaugh spew his vile message of divisiveness and hate, and get away with it?”
The answer to the last question is relatively easy. Dr. Carl G. Jung put his finger on it in his famous Tavistock Lectures of October 1936, fifteen years before Rush Limbaugh was born:
“He says the word which expresses everybody’s resentment.”
A part of my continuing commentary on the American right wing.
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