Skip to comments.The Therapist - In session with a leading victim of Narcissistic Abuse at the hands of Obama
Posted on 10/26/2012 4:16:50 AM PDT by Cincinatus' Wife
Please come in, have a seat. May I call you Debbie?
So what's troubling you today?
Yes. Yes, I understand. I hear this story from women all too frequently these days.
While he was wooing you he seemed like such a good listener, as if he really cared. He knew all the right things to say. It was enough to make a girl swoon.
I know: His vows seemed so sincere. He seemed like he'd be such a good partner.
And it turned out that all he cared about was your "lady parts."........
......Debbie, we really need to get one thing clear here which I think might help you move on to a healthier place, to clearer thinking, to being able to feel good about yourself again: an election is not a marriage.
Your vote for Barack Obama, no matter how much you might regret it, no matter how much you may feel like you were blind to his now-obvious insincerity, was not "until death do us part." It's OK to move on. It's OK to break up. It's OK to say "I like the other guy better." It's not cheating. It's not breaking a promise: you never made one.
I've heard so many people say they're trying to keep a relationship together, whether it's "for the children" or just so they don't feel like they've failed. But when it comes to politics, such thinking is not only misplaced. It is dangerous.
A smart, accomplished woman I know just learned that her husband was cheating on her and spending their family's savings on bimbos who were just looking for a "sugar daddy." If you were that woman, would you risk your children and what savings you have left to give the guy another chance? Of course not. You're too smart for that........
(Excerpt) Read more at spectator.org ...
Share that link with the women in your life.....and ask them to pass it along.
And the irony is that the gay Muslim doesn’t really care about lady parts either.
Hopefully, a lot of previous women Obama voters will take the route of “a women scorned” and lay to wood to the prick.