…Obama doesn’t have the fire, or the cojones, as Palin memorably phrased it, to be a revolutionary. He likes his arugula and his fine wine. He will not get his manicured fingers dirty.
Like Cloward and Piven, he’s another version of the carrier syndrome, a sort of Typhoid Barry. He gestures with his middle finger about Hillary and whips the crowd into a frenzy. Or he cajoles people to hit back hard, and maniacs beat up conservatives.
Aside from the occasional passive-aggressive comment for instance, saying snidely that Rush Limbaugh can play with himself, he’s composed. Obama knows his role well. It was conceived and crafted before he was even born.Unlike Mary, Obama is a carrier not of typhoid, but of something much worse — the sickness of hatred. He mesmerizes the masses with his magnetic charm. He casts a hypnotic spell over the desperate and forlorn.
They become the warriors. With the snap of the hypnotist’s finger, they’ll do the dirty work for him.A frequent American Thinker contributor, Robin is a licensed psychotherapist and a recovering liberal in Berkeley. You can contact Robin through her blog, robinofberkeley.com. Robin’s articles are intended for entertainment and informational purposes.
They are not intended to provide treatment or diagnosis. Should you need psychological help, please contact a local therapist for assistance. Information on Cloward and Piven drawn from David Horowitz‘ seminal book, The Shadow Party….
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