Yes, of course liberalism is a mental defect." And Michael Savage always refers to liberalism as a "serious mental disorder." Exhibit A, from The Savage Nation: "Libearlism is unraveling the very fabric of this great nation. And the sooner you understand that liberalism is a dangerous mental disorder, the sooner you can break free from this insanity that attacks the way you live, how you conduct your business, the way you worship, the choice of SUV you drive, the food you eat, and the very freedoms you enjoy." Well, here's some proof to back them up: The Crimson poll found that 80 percent of undergraduates felt depressed at least once last year. Forty-seven percent felt so depressed it was difficult to function at least once. Ten percent said they had seriously considered committing suicide. The poll surveyed a random sample of Harvard College students over a four-day period in December; 361 students responded to the poll, which was administered online via a secure, authenticated server. Statistics had a margin of error of plus or minus six percentage points. â€œWe must admit as a University that we have a problem,â€ says Hilary C. Robinson â€™03, a first-year student at Harvard Law School who went to University Health Services (UHS) Mental Health Service this fall and says she was shocked to learn how overburdened UHS is with students seeking therapy. Undergraduates have started to realize how common mental illness is at the College, according to Director of UHS Mental Health Service Dr. Richard D. Kadison. â€œHarvard students are getting better at realizing that mental health problems here are normal,â€ he says. Harvard's student body is overwhelmingly liberal. Mental illness is a serious problem at Harvard. A possible cause-and-effect relationship here. Far from pleading the 5th, Harvard seems to be indicting itself. Need I say more?