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And for Americans who aer afraid to vote for Romney:
12-Step Guide for the Recovering Obama Voter by Craig Karpel.
"My name is Craig K., and I'm an Obamaholic."
So begins the mock confession of a former leftist community organizer who woke up with a massive political hangover. Today, many Americans find themselves in the same uncomfortable position. Just as President Obama's uplifting words and bold promises once inspired exaggerated hopes, failed policy after failed policy have left us a nation of recovering Obamaholics.
For Americans who wish they had a Latma, they should be happy that they have Craig Karpel's book to read.
Obamania, in this view, has the classic features of addiction: the buzz, the rush, the flush, the high, the euphoric contentment. “And now we’re experiencing the inevitable comedown: the crash, the craving when the addiction isn’t satisfying, the misery of withdrawal.”What a crazy world we live in...
Only with recovery can addicts begin to cast sober ballots. No more dream of being delivered into a fairy tale kingdom of Arthurian legend. “The president’s job isn’t to pull a sword out of a stone. It’s to manage the nation’s government and to inspire Americans to be their best selves.”
Mr. Karpel is correct that we’ve become a culture addicted to wishes and dreams, in which celebrity reigns and entertainment is all. The circus is fun, and addiction feels good for a little while. But there may be hope for change. Who wants to be the town drunk forever?
Read more: PRUDEN: A 12-step cure for Obamaholics - Washington Times http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2012/aug/24/pruden-a-12-step-cure-for-obamaholics/#ixzz29CyJ61kA
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