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America’s Chris Brown/Rhianna Relationship

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Rhianna after being beaten by Chris Brown

Five years ago, Barack Obama burst onto the American political scene, charming and sweet-talking his way to the presidency, wining and dining the people with grandiose promises. America fell in love almost instantly. Since then, as we have learned more about the real man behind the mask, our nation has been on one bad date after another, slowly learning that the President isn’t exactly the man he claimed to be. And now, our country finds itself in an abusive relationship with the man we once fell head over heels for.

Charisma. Charm. The handsome young man with the “perfectly creased pant“. He offered hope. He offered change. He promised to stem the tides. He promised to heal our wounds. And we believed him.

Based on these attributes, America took the plunge, going on that first date with Obama in November of 2008. We didn’t look carefully into his background as we might with other relationships. We didn’t care. His words were enough to sweep the country off her feet. Soon, we embarked on a serious relationship with the President.

Once that commitment was made however, things didn’t quite seem right. The President started doing things that we didn’t like.

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Chris Brown showing his support for Obama.

The President pushed through his healthcare agenda, despite strong opposition. He promised us safety, but when we wanted our own security system by securing our borders, Obama and his friends fought to prevent it. He was showering America with gifts … using her own money. When we questioned the wasteful spending, he told us it was for our long term benefit, and raided $787 billion of our savings. And when the economy failed to recover in any manner during his first term, we started seeing classic signs of an abusive relationship.

Psychology Today examines several signs that you’re dating an abuser — signs which America should have easily picked up on in 2008, and most certainly should have identified in 2012.

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