Arizona Climate Repairman

Christian Komor is a Pensacola, Florida clinical psychologist who suffers Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, and is running for Arizona governor on a platform that he will repair the climate.

Barack Obama is going to be angry, since he healed the planet ten years ago.

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36 Responses to Arizona Climate Repairman

  1. Gator says:

    Doesn’t he have a running mate named Harold?

  2. A member of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Anonymous? Doesn’t sound very anonymous to me.

    • arn says:

      He compulsion forced him to tell everyone.

      But that’s not the problem.
      If this guy gets elected he could kill a group of children
      and will be victimized by the democrats&MSM as
      they will use his illness to excuse everything
      it was not his fault and he is a saint who can do no wrong.
      And even he has always an excuse,no matter how dumb his decisions,how corruppt he is or how much damage he is doing and how many bribe he takes.
      And i am pretty sure they are already analysing how far they can go with this.

      (on the other hand:AGW is a compulsive mental disorder,so he is the perfect guy for this job)

    • spike55 says:

      Why is it that many clinical psychologists seem to have mental disorders ??

      Massive cognitive mal-functioning and huge mental issues.

      Living in a little fairy-tale existence of their own warped minds.

      • Jason Calley says:

        An old friend of mine, a psychiatrist, told me that psychiatrists and psychologists have a higher than usual incidence of mental issues and suicide. His belief was that often, bright people who have mental and emotional issues of their own, are drawn to the study of those issues.

        • Gator says:

          In 1899 Sigmund Freud got a new telephone number: 14362. He was 43 at the time, and he was profoundly disturbed by the digits in the new number. He believed they signified that he would die at age 61 (note the one and six surrounding the 43) or, at best, at age 62 (the last two digits in the number). He clung, painfully, to this bizarre belief for many years. Presumably he was forced to revise his estimate on his 63rd birthday, but he was haunted by other superstitions until the day he died—by assisted suicide, no less—at the ripe old age of 83.

          That’s just for starters. Freud also had frequent blackouts. He refused to quit smoking even after 30 operations to correct the extensive damage he suffered from cancer of the jaw. He was a self-proclaimed neurotic. He suffered from a mild form of agoraphobia. And, for a time, he had a serious cocaine problem.

          Neuroses? Superstitions? Substance abuse? Blackouts? And suicide? So much for the father of psychoanalysis. But are these problems typical for psychologists? How are Freud’s successors doing? Or, to put the question another way: Are shrinks really “crazy”?

          I myself have been a psychologist for nearly two decades, primarily teaching and conducting research. So the truth is that I had some preconceptions about this topic before I began to investigate it. When, years ago, my mom told me that her one and only session with a psychotherapist had been disappointing because “the guy was obviously much crazier than I was,” I assumed, or at least hoped, that she was joking. Mental health professionals have access to special tools and techniques to help themselves through the perils of living, right?

          Sure, Freud was peculiar, and, yes, I’d heard that Jung had had a nervous breakdown. But I’d always assumed that—rumors to the contrary notwithstanding;—mental health professionals were probably fairly healthy.

          Turns out I was wrong.

          https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/articles/199707/why-shrinks-have-problems

          The founder of the “science” was nutty than a squirrel turd, so what would you expect?

  3. Gator says:

    Doesn’t he have a running mate named Harold?

  4. John F. Hultquist says:

    ” he will repair the climate. ”

    If it ain’t broke, don’t try to fix it.
    Otherwise:
    If it is supposed to move, but doesn’t, use 3-in-1 oil.
    If it moves, but shouldn’t, use duct tape.

  5. GW Smith says:

    The left never changes — another loony who found the answer and is now going to save the world. Time to run like hell.

  6. Spiritus Mundi says:

    His plan is to make Arizona a leader in “crucial atmospheric carbon removal.” Should one be really removing something that is crucial? Maybe English is not his first language.

    • Louis Hooffstetter says:

      His plan is to make Arizona a leader in “crucial atmospheric carbon removal.”
      He’s going to plant more forests? (If so, that’s actually not a bad idea).

    • Josh says:

      Do people actually believe in climate change populism in AZ? Gallup showed environmental issues were the #1 issue for only 2% of people.

      • StormRider_Arizona says:

        Nope, We figure the Weather is just doing what it is supposed to do.
        Globull warming is a con to put money in certain cretins pocket.

  7. Mr GrimNasty says:

    No doubt he can heal the climate by laying his hands (on other people’s wealth), and casting out the (CO2) demon, Lord be praised.

  8. gofer says:

    Everybody talks about the weather but nobody ever does anything about it. Now finally here is a person stepping up to fix the weather. Arizona should be filled with hysterical laughter besides he has no authority outside of Arizona. What if he accidentally “fixes” the weather in a border state and it gets too cold? I don’t think this has been carefully thought out and he needs to keep his hands off the weather until a poll is taken. Maybe, people like it just the way it is.

    Send in the clowns……

    • arn says:

      The biggest problem with weather and climate fixing
      is:
      What exactly is the best weather /climate?
      That in Arizone or that in Alaska.
      And which weather/climate is the best in Alaska:the warmer one at sea level in the south or the colder one in the mountains?

      And especially weather in Arizona is known to be unpredictable.

  9. Russell Cook says:

    Cool. The far-left, who won’t vote for the GOP candidate, might actually have a beef with the official Democrat open borders candidate, since his climate position is otherwise buried in his blandly worded “Protecting Outdoor Arizona for our Children and Families” issues section. https://dg4az.com/issues/stable-families/ . Why go left when you can go harder left?

  10. StormRider_Arizona says:

    Another Charlatan out to line his Pockets with our Cash.

  11. Is everyone involved in Psychology a complete lunatic?

    • spike55 says:

      There was a guy,, Lewendopey ? and I think John Kook slimed his way to a PhD in psychology,

      So yep, the two example that come to mind are as loopy as a roller-coaster.

      If you have a mental dis-function issue, those guys would be the very last person you would go to see, unless you wanted to make it terminal.

    • Gator says:

      Most that I have known were. My psych prof was a complete loon, and liked to chase teenage tail. Those I knew before they got into psych were nuts to begin with, leading me to believe that many if not most, choose this field as a way of self diagnosing.

    • JCalvertN(UK) says:

      Sane people don’t find the subject interesting.

      Psychology is also where the worst science (if you can even call it that) is done.

      https://retractionwatch.com/category/by-subject/psychology-by-subject/

  12. BenV says:

    Repairman.
    Somehow this made me think of that bad 70s song Telephone Man by Meri Wilson.

    “Hey, baby, I’m your climate repairman
    You just show me where you want it and I’ll save it where I can
    I can save it in the bedroom, I can save it in the hall
    I can save it in the bathroom, I can save it on the wall
    You can save it with a buzz, you can save it with a ring
    And if you really want it you can save it with a ding-a-ling
    Because-a hey baby, I’m your climate repairman”

  13. Disillusioned says:

    A leftist maxim – promising to repair what doesn’t need to be repaired in the first place (and wasting lots of money to attempt it).

  14. Louis J Hooffstetter says:

    I have always firmly believed that Liberals are incapable of fixing problems simply because they can’t identify real problems or their root causes. If you can’t identify true problems or their root causes, you can’t fix them.

  15. Ernest Bush says:

    Most Arizonians think the present governor is doing a fine job. So do business leaders. I think we will keep him.

    The real threat in Arizona is the communist candidate for the U.S. Senate, Kyrsten Sinema. That’s right, she is affiliated with the Arizona Communist Party. We have two more representatives, in addition: Ed Pastor, and Raul Grihalva as party members. Most voters in Arizona are too ignorant to know this. However, printed evidence of Sinema’s Leftist loon past finally began to surface this week. Hopefully, Republicans and Independents will vote for the Republican choice. Hopefully, the Pac formed for Martha McSally will throw enough mud that sticks to Sinema, so we will place a conservative Republican in Flake’s place. Obviously Flake is a left-leaning Democrat who lied about his party affiliation.

    We also had a California organization that spent 8 million dollars to get Proposition 127 on our ballot. That’s the most frightening thing this election. It would amend the Arizona Constitution to require power companies to generate 50 percent of oure power generation using “affordable renewable energy.” What a great progressive/fascist/communist code phrase. The opposition has raised 11 million dollars to fight this. Hopefully, enough Arizonians will realize that this means skyrocketing electric bills to vote no. We might have to move elsewhere, if not.

    • Ernest Bush says:

      I would apologize for the last two Senators we sent to Washington, except I didn’t vote for either one of them.

    • gregole says:

      Ernest,
      +1
      Actually, I know Kristen socially and I passionately hope she loses. There certainly is a creeping leftism in Az; probably from all the newcomers; but also the schools are turning out leftists in droves so it’s hard to say. Prop 127 is simply insane. It must be defeated and I think it will be. Hang tough. Az is a great place – a truly exceptional locale with truly exceptional people. And now we have Tony.

    • StormRider_Arizona says:

      We are with you on that.

  16. StormRider_Arizona says:

    Soro’s is spending way too much money in Arizona.
    We have our work cut out for us.
    But, I do believe we will once more return to being the sharp thorn in D.C’s butt.
    Liberals come and Go but Real Arizonian’s know how to use the heat.
    To make things work. Liberals are as bright as burnt out light bulbs.
    Texas Born,
    Arizonian till I die.
    Remember, the mid-term votes are a vote for #TRUMP and #MAGA

  17. Jb says:

    U mentioned obama at the end.
    Lest u forget, oba ma is very probably bipolar ( his mother was, his 1st debate w Romney he was disoriented (altitude), and his heavy pot and cocaine usage in his early yrs probably set it off. Yet, he still got elected (sadly)b

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