Top radio talker Rush Limbaugh recently picked up on this normally unspoken aspect of Obamas modus operandi: I think he wants people to snap, opined Rush. I think Obama is challenging everybodys sanity. Obama [is] literally pushing people to snap, attacking the very sanity of the country.
Obama is powerless to affect me in any meaningful way.
All part of the plan to keep us disoriented
Barry and the ‘RATS’ plan is working just as planned. The phony, banana republic style “election” we had last November really screwed a lot of people up in the head. A lot of people in this country are really depressed.
Yet in 2012, only 6-7 people became mass killers. The FBI defines a mass killing as any single event where 4 or more die, excluding the perp.
Hang in there— the devil ALWAYS overplays his hand. The pendulum swings to the opposite direction too. The roots of deceit can never last.
Passive aggressive people will make people snap.
Not me. I’m becoming more... focused.
“If you don’t stand for something, you’ll fall for everything” and I’d say Obama’s plan for “Fundamental Change” is working well for him.
That's not a "snap" it is surrender.
I know people like this.
As a culture, we have thrown out the living God. As a result, we are without shelter and meaning.
At any time, we may freely repent and return, and God can heal us. If we don’t, expect more confusion.
Has anyone looked at the relationship of the huge increase in the prescribing of psychotropic drugs (Ritalin, Effexor, Xanax, etc) and the increase in the suicide rate of people taking them?
I must be pretty tough, been pissed off for over 50 years and haven’t snapped yet.
“...Suicide has surpassed car crashes as the leading cause of injury death for Americans...”
Maybe it’s time to offer free handguns for self extermination!!
Lets face it. Collectively, we’re pu$$ies. Life is risky. Life has always been risky. And right now, life is the least risky its ever been.
I seriously wonder sometimes what the people who conquered the west, moving to unknown places with nothing more than a wagon, their meager possession, and a hope for a better future, would think if they could see us. Probably disgust and amazement at how we’re afraid of our own shadows.
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