"If an injury has to be done to a man it should be so severe that his vengeance need not be feared."
Niccolo Machiavelli (1469-1527)
The 'Liberal Awakening,' as I call it is in full swing. Many Liberals are jumping the Obama ship now and admitting their massive mistake. These are the smart ones.
Other Liberals are in a state of extreme denial, paralyzed into foolhardiness and totally unable to think this President's total incompetence through rationally. When asked if they still support Obama, they seem tongue-tied and incoherent. Trust me, I've asked enough of them.
It's as if the dream-like state of Obama's election victory and garish inauguration hasn't worn off one scintilla.
For those hypersensitive people, constantly on the lookout for violence-inducing words; these are not they. I am merely interested in people being held accountable not being hurt in anyway. (By the way, I've observed that these people are almost always Liberals ala Pelosi or Obama who then proceed right on by bashing Conservatives and ignore their own pleas for civility.)
The Liberals and Liberal media shills for Obama now admitting their folly will face a smaller backlash while those holding steadfast to this dreadful President who seems unable to accomplish anything he promised will bear the brunt of angry Americans' fury.
Beside being completely hypocritical and lacking integrity, those refusing to admit a mistake of electing the wrong President will find out the hard way that when competing against an enemy, stonewalling is a strategy Sun Tzu or Machiavelli themselves would shun.
The blunder Obama Liberals appear to have made is to ignore Machiavelli's advice above: they didn't make the injury to other Americans severe enough.
Much to the dismay and alarm of Liberals, there is a groundswell in America now of Conservative citizens tired, fed-up and livid with this President. It isn't just the Tea Party either. Liberals who think they can shirk their own, personal culpability for this electoral disaster by pointing fingers at and demonizing Conservatives in general and the Tea Party specifically, will soon understand they wrath they have unwittingly unleashed on themselves.
Just as this President has nobody else to blame except himself, Liberals have only to look in the mirror to see the real culprits in the creation of "The Worst President in American History."
"Anger is a signal, and one worth listening to."
Harriet Lerner (1944- )