Does Our State Legislature Have a Neurological Deficit?

Neurology has a wonderful lexicon of terms for when the brain malfunctions in some way.

You might get a clue to some neurological disorder when the patient is perseverating (he or she keeps repeating a word or phrase).


Or if they are confabulating (a disturbance of cerebration where the person comes up with fabricated or distorted memories) .


I have this idea that maybe gerrymandering is a neurological defect – where the person is incapable of drawing a strait line.

2 Responses

  1. Don
    What about "word salad" doc?
    • Dr. Patrick Neustatter
      Neurologists make an exotic salad. But politicians can be pretty creative as well.

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