The 'right' groupThese adjectives indicate that an action is good or bad, or right or wrong, in some way. The Subject is usually a human being.
This use is productive: any adjective that indicates an opinion of a person or what they do can be used in this pattern.
You are right to say we are dealing with people who are feeling emotional.
I wasn't stupid to go there, and I knew what I was doing.
These adjectives are often used with would to say whether or not someone should do something.
bonkers brave clever correct crazy daft foolish ill-advised insane irresponsible mad naive rash right selfish sensible silly smart stupid unwise well-advised wise wrong
I think you would be foolish to turn down an opportunity like this.
They would be sensible to say 'yes', but probably won't.