A mastermind's limits
I assure you it pained Hillary greatly to have to pretend she thought “wiping a server” had something to do with housework. And that after the birth of Chelsea, she thought, “Well, that’s my one kid I’ve had so I can say I had one and people will shut up now.”
No INTJ actually believes it “takes a village to raise a child.” Raising children is at the bottom of our dream job list, but we sure as hell aren’t going to leave it to some goddamn village (sotto voice [sic]: “Full of idiots…”). Clinton’s book was, obviously, more wingtips on the beach.
Obvious, that is, to me. To millions of others, too, of course, but learning that Hillary Clinton is basically my evil (in a different way) twin has been a revelation.
Albeit a limited one. My mother (whose nickname for me was Ming the Merciless) used to watch the U.S. presidential elections and shake her head. “Why would anyone want that awful job?”
I’d think, “Well, there’s the private plane,” but any rich person can get one, and Hillary probably owns a whole fleet.
As a female INTJ, she’d be so much happier living in a lighthouse than in the White House. Wouldn’t it be great for America’s future if only she admitted that, too?
- Why are INTJs in general so poorly suited to politics?
- Why is that INTJ, in particular, so corrupt and so dangerous even when her personality archetype is taken into account?
The INTJ's Kryptonite
Why Masterminds Believe in Stupid Things
The problem was that I didn't know, and despite studying mathematics at a pretty high level did not appreciate, the limits of logic.