The old saying is "Psychotics build castles in the sky...... ....neurotics live in them..... ......and psychiatrists collect the rent." Whatever the particular classification, the inability to judge reality can be found, in its various manifestation, in a copy of the DSM-IV manual. An example follows: 1. "Discussing his economic policies at a fundraiser in Oakland, California, last night, President Obama, told supporters that we tried our plan and it worked. 2. Just like weve tried their plan, we tried our plan and it worked, he added later in the speech. Thats the difference. Thats the choice in this election. Thats why Im running for a second term. 3. Obama made these comments in Oakland, where the unemployment rate was 13.7 percent in May 2012. The national unemployment rate is 8.2 percent up from 8.1 percent in May for the second straight month. 4. ...Obama cited the auto industry bailouts....Obamas auto bailouts arent the unalloyed success he describes. President Obamas auto task force pressed General Motors and Chrysler to close scores of dealerships without adequately considering the jobs that would be lost or having a firm idea of the cost savings that would be achieved, an audit of the process has concluded, The New York Times reported in 2010,... 5. ...Obama bailed out union pensions, while neglecting non-union workers, and decided not to follow the law by paying certain creditors and still didnt save money. a. All told Obamas violations of bankruptcy law made the bailout of GM and Chrysler $26.5 billion more expensive than it had to be,... b. ... taxpayers stand to lose $23 billion if GM stock were sold today. 6. Obamas view of the economy is not shared by congressional leaders in his own party. The economy has not recovered, Rep. Henry Waxman, D-Calif., said in a recent interview. Some people call it a recession, I think its a depression. Obama on the economy: Of course, when the appropriate technical folks prepare a nice soft room, and that 'special' coat for Napoleon.....er, Obama..... ...they need to get a few more rooms ready for those still prepared to vote for him.