Unnerving feelings.

Have you ever had a nagging feeling in the pit of your stomach, like something’s either not right or about to happen?  I know I have, and have had this feeling since Obama took office in 2008.  When I saw that he was the presidential nominee, I watched him and watched people who admired him so greatly.  My first thought was not that I wanted to vote for him, but that there’s something seriously wrong with him.  The pit in my stomach arose at this time and has yet to go away. I was asked all the time, why don’t you like him?  I could pinpoint it immediately, a president is not supposed to be popular.  He’s not supposed to fawned over and glorified, but he was, because he is black and young.  People my age felt comfortable with him because he is a young president and we’d be moving forward as a nation to elect a black man.  I feel like this was my first problem with him, he possessed these “qualities” and people blindly followed him.  It reminds me of someone else who rose to power from his popularity and charismatic speeches, Hitler.

Another problem I have with him is the first thing he passed into law, that we as tax payers have to pay for African women’s abortions.  I am a Catholic woman, through and through.  I’m pro-life and this president just violated one of the most important things in my belief system, life.  In my mind, I wonder, how can he call himself a Christian when he goes and does something like this.  Most Americans had a problem with this, but the media never really covered it.

Obamacare.  How’s it working for you?  I’m betting that it’s not.  How does a law that nobody wants, get through anyways?   If you are a liberal who voted for Obama and supported Obamacare, and lost your insurance, I’m not sorry, just saying, you were warned of the many flaws it came with.  No one thought that death panels would be a reality, but I knew and it’s coming this way.

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