Hello Kitty. Sorry, had to say it :) 
Foxlord Here, like ya to gaze at my Deck i call" Insanity's Crescendo"

It is a Psychic/Colorless Deck Revised over many many times, Though i am 
Extremelly confident about my psychic Decks, I have an amazing Record that 
was recently busted at Pennsylvania a few months ago...,  Gotta Re-Match that 
guy too...,  heh heh anyways here it is. whadda ya think:
                                     "Insanity's Crescendo"
4 "Rocket" Abra
3 Dark Kadabras
2 Dark Alakazam
3 "Rocket" Dratini
2 Dark Dragonair
3 Jigglytuff
2 Wigglytuff

16 Psychic
4 Colorless

2 The Boss' Way
4 Nightly Garbage Run
4 Professor Oak
3 Switch
3 Gust of Wind
2 Computer Search
2 Super Energy Removal

   I use Dark Dragonair's awesome Pokemon Power to speed up my Jiggly and my 
Abras, Dark alakazam can do amazing Damage and swap away especially if 
fighting another Psychic or Colorless Pokemon. Wiggly is my Swap for dark 
Alakazam.  plus i use Psychic to rid myself of those Pesky Muks

Nightly Garbage Run to retrieve my energy if i retreat or get defeated or 
revive some of my characters.  The bosses way to help out of evolving too. 
professor oak so I'm not afraid to discard some cards i need and just N.G.R. 
them back and super energy removal case i run into any electabuzz and scyther.
switch and gust of wind i think accompany my build-up nicely. and 2 computer 
searches just in case :)

I appreciate Your opinion.
Due to the East Coast STS rules, I'm going to show everyone how they might modify and make this deck ready for that tournament. I will be doing this style of a fix for the rest of the month of October. 3 max of any card except basic energy and 15 trainers...

First off, don't worry too much about losing a single match. Even the best of decks or the best of trainers occasionally lose. As I scan over your deck, it seems a lot different from a standard Wiggly deck, which is probably why I picked this one to show off this week. Instead of the standard speed factor and rely solely on Wigglytuff coming out, you've created a nice mixture here. One suggestion, however, is to remove the Rocket Dratini's and go back to the base set Dratini's. I find these more effective as they can attack quicker than their Rocket counterparts.

I love Dark Dragonair. After the deck I built with Dark Dragonair and Dark Charizard, I have a certain fondness for the evil dragon. His Evolutionary Light power is amazing. Let's drop your Abra count by one so we can fit into the 15/3C competition. Let's also add 3 of the Promo Mewtwos to bring our basic count up to 12.

Pokemon (12 Basic + 9 Evols = 21 Total):
3 Abra (TR)
3 Dark Kadabra
2 Dark Alakazam
3 Dratini
2 Dark Dragonair
3 Jigglypuff
2 Wigglytuff
3 Mewtwo (Movie)

For energy, we focus entirely on Psychic, Full Heals, and DCEs.

Energy (18 Basic + 6 Special = 24 Total):
18 Psychic
3 Double Colorless
3 Full Heal

That leaves us with room for our 15 trainers. We want to focus on card drawing and disruption.

Trainers (15 Total):
3 Bill
3 Professor Oak
2 Computer Search
2 Gust of Wind
2 Nightly Garbage Run
2 Item Finder
1 Resistance Gym

Good luck to you in your battles!