Americans 'snapping' by the millions


#1

Terrorism. Chaos. Fear of the future. In the age of Obama, America is undergoing a “fundamental transformation” – that much everyone knows.
But what few seem to realize about this transformation is that the sheer stress of living in today’s America is driving tens of millions to the point of illness, depression and self-destruction. Consider the following trends:

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One does not need a nutcase psychiatrist to point things out. The problem lies with Obama. The democrats have been pushing through Obama’s wishes to their fullness and thus more and more Americans have lost faith in this country while trying to hold on to their lives and livelihood.

Each day we see more attempts to divide the country racially and promote values less than moral. Segments of the country are under attack.

What I see are calls by the government for more invasion on the privacy of Americans. Gun confiscation is in the Air.

There has been talk about the similarities of the current democrats with what Hitler did. In fact I was watching a program called the Nazi gospels last night which pointed out such things.


#2

No. Just no.


#3

And…BOP blindly marches on in lockstep with his supreme leader.


#4

[quote=“natstew, post:3, topic:39174”]
And…BOP blindly marches on in lockstep with his supreme leader.
[/quote]I do not even bother reading BOP, he is so lost from reality .


#5

Weird because I don’t remember voting for obama. And support a very small amount of his policies


#6

yeah right, I believe you, yeah…ROFL!


#7

I don’t really care either way if you do. Based on your posts then I think you’re a pretty despicable person. In real life though maybe you’re not.


#8

Oh, for the love of Pete! Are we really that much of a bunch of weaklings that we can’t pull ourselve up by our own bootstraps anymore?

Pardon me or not bothering to read the rest of the article, but I’m SICK TO DEATH OF DOOM AND GLOOMERS!! It’s as if they’ve got a death wish or something.


#9

(Oh good grief, what happend to my post. Now the foment will be lost.)

This country is BETTER than the doom and gloomers portray!

Whatever happened to our gumption!

Willl it be tough to get through the years of this administration? HELL YES! Plus there’s the drought of last year, and the cooling of this hemisphere to deal with.

Okay, we can do that!

We’re a LOT tougher than the doom and gloomers claim we are.

I, for one, will NOT give up the faith that this country, rough as the times may be, won’t come out on the other side being the better for it.
Quit saying we can’t. “Can’t” never did anything!

We’re tough. We’re smart. We’re rugged. And no matter who or what tries to beat us down, we WILL come out on top!


#10

Thank you


#11

[quote=“BullsOnParade, post:10, topic:39174”]
Thank you
[/quote] You’re welcome. I truly am tired of the doom and gloomers who are sure that:The market is going to crash!The earth is imploding!We’re all going to starve to death!There’ll be rioting in the streets!Yikes, I don’t know how people who think that way get out of bed, much less get through the day.Nice to know there’s folks on the sunnier side of things.Thank YOU!


#12

I am an optimist trapped inside a practicalist’s mind. I believe that the markets and the economy are heading in a bad directory, BUT, the silver-lining I get from it is maybe, after its all done, and this country returns to a sense of reality, that this will be the last experiment in socialism in America. I too try to see the bright side of things, but I would hate to cover my eyes and ears and just keep repeating to myself “Go to a happy place, Go to a happy place, Go to a happy place”


#13

[quote=“FloridaLibertarian, post:12, topic:39174”]
I am an optimist trapped inside a practicalist’s mind. I believe that the markets and the economy are heading in a bad directory, BUT, the silver-lining I get from it is maybe, after its all done, and this country returns to a sense of reality, that this will be the last experiment in socialism in America. I too try to see the bright side of things, but I would hate to cover my eyes and ears and just keep repeating to myself “Go to a happy place, Go to a happy place, Go to a happy place”
[/quote] True enough. Unwise to go sticking your head in the sand, or run around playing a flute all day when you should be building that house of bricks.Kinda hard to think about preparing for hard times, though, when people are busily writing and reading about jumping off of cliffs, riots in the streets, and people desending into the throws of depression - as if they’re trying to fulfill the most horrid of destinies. And, quite frankly, I find it insulting. (I had to quit a board for a while 'cuz that’s ALL you read about. It was getting depressing!)


#14

Yeah, I’m with you on that; acknowledge the truth of what is happening, but don’t dwell on it. Do your best, do what’s right, and don’t let the probably outcome discourage you from that.