Saturday, October 09, 2004

Blago's subconscious to Blago: You need to be more like Barack

Rosalind Cartwright, director of the Sleep Disorder Service at Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke's Medical Center in Chicago and an expert in dream psychology, examines this dream of Blagorgeous:
"It's a beautiful dream."


"The bottom line is, we dream about current concerns, those things that touch us emotionally," she said. "And what's the governor concerned about? The main theme is security/insecurity. He plays that financially, personally, socially and politically -- all in one dream."

Ah, the politics.

"He's got Barack as popular and he needs to ally himself with him," she said. "Barack is frugal and maybe it's, 'I'm not. I need to be more like him.' And Barack is a good Samaritan so it's, 'I'm gonna help change the tire.'"

As for Keyes, whose appearance ended the dream?

"He's obviously the not-helpful one in this scenario."


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