Barack Hussein Obama keeps telling us that he loves America and Lady Liberty. So why, after everyone of his foreign speeches, do I feel like I’ve been kicked in the chin? Perhaps because his actions both, here and abroad, are those of someone who does not love this country; his home that has been so good to him and his friends and family.
If he treated his wife Michelle (whom he also claims to love) the way he treats the country he says he loves, he’d be in jail for Domestic Abuse and speeding head long into divorce by now.
If he loved Lady Liberty, he’d take HER out on a date once in awhile and woo HER with sweet words, actions and deeds. Instead she is his unwilling victim.
He verbally insults her, slaps her in the face and then puts her on display — black eye and all — for friends and foes alike to gawk. He steals her money and spends it — whooping it up with his friends — and when she protests, he calls her a weak and useless complainer. When he isn’t ignoring half her children, he is telling them how ignorant and racist they are simply because they want more than he is offering for their Mother country.
Lady Liberty has been very, very good to Barack Obama. She has loved, supported and educated him. She has made him a very rich man. And yet, he goes around the world cheating on her and telling everyone who will listen what a “bitch” she is. Then he comes back home, throws his shoes in the corner and expects her to cook dinner and clean. She is allowed to work for him, but he doesn’t feel the same responsibility towards her.
Abuse occurs when one entity in a relationship tries to dominate and control the other. An abuser doesn’t “play fair.” He uses fear, guilt, shame, and intimidation to wear the victim down and gain complete power. Abuse is used for one purpose: to gain and maintain total control over the victim.
- Control — Abusive individuals will make decisions for you, tell you what to do, and expect you to obey without question. You are treated you like a servant, child, or even a possession. You have no vote in important matters.
- Humiliation — An Abuser will do everything to make you feel bad about yourself, or defective in some way. After all, if you believe you’re worthless and then no one else will want you. Insults, name-calling, shaming, and public put-downs are all weapons of abuse designed to erode self-esteem and create a feeling of powerlessness.
- Isolation — To increase your dependence, an Abuser will cut you off from the outside world. You may have to ask permission to do anything, go anywhere, or see anyone.
- Threats — Abusers may threaten to hurt you, your children, other family members, or even pets. He may also threaten to file false charges against you.
- Intimidation — Intimidation tactics, designed to scare you into submission, include making threatening looks or gestures, smashing things in front of you and destroying (taking apart) your property. The clear message is that if you don’t obey, there will be consequences.
- Denial and blame — Abusers are very good at making excuses for the inexcusable. They will blame behavior on their childhood, a bad day, and even on their victims. They may even minimize the abuse or deny that it occurred. They will commonly shift the responsibility onto the victim: Somehow, the abuse is your fault. Based on an article at: http://www.helpguide.org
The only difference between Barack Obama’s Domestic Abuse and a typical Abuser is:
- He never apologizes after an attack.
- There is no guilt over what he has done.
- He does not fear the consequences of his behavior.
- There is no honeymoon period in between thrashings when he is actually nice and kind.
- There is never a break between the beatings.
Poor Lady Liberty is limping around with a swollen ankle, a bloody nose and a black eye; beaten and bruised. She is being unjustly accused of all sorts of crimes. She stands alone — without a hero — waiting for the day when someone has the guts to stand up for her.