We have another live one:
Dr. Lawrence Diller, MD., longtime behavioral/developmental pediatrician and family therapist in Walnut Creek gives us his professional opinion about politics, and about his pal, Mel Levine, doctor and accused child molester. He throws in William Ayres for good measure. His statements are subtle, and he tries to show an air of neutrality, but just open your eyes, and read what he's really saying. His comments will help clarify, if there's any doubt left after reading his main article.
It's over here (Thanks again to all of you astute readers for pointing this link out to me! I fancy myself a pretty good googler, but you guys all keep scoring all the hits!):
As a side note: I just realized that I've read at least two of this guy's books, and thought he was pretty darned level-headed.
How ironic that his blog entry is titled: "There Are No Heroes" and his first line reads: "Are there no heroes? Can you count on anyone these days without the distinct possibility that they will let you down in the future?"
With professionals like this, who needs, well... who needs professionals?
Don't linger too long; it will leave a bad aftertaste!