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Battered Taxpayer SyndromePosted Friday, December 11, 2009, at 6:55 AM
The time has come to end Government abuse of the Taxpayer.
I know it is not an easy problem to deal with. Typically, the abuser, the government, blames the taxpayer for the abuse. The abuser has limited skills, other than battering the taxpayer, in order to deal with difficult situations.
The abuser, the government, has a pathological need to control the taxpayer, even though the abuser/government shows no self control at all.
As with most batterers, the government/abuser tends to be excessively dependent upon the victim, the taxpayer.
And as with most abusers, the government has exaggerated jealousy over the taxpayer/victim. The abuser doesn't like it when the victim/taxpayer shows loyalty to others, like God, family, job or friends, and will react harshly.
Government abusers are often impulsive, making radical decisions, turning this way, then another way, often blaming the taxpayer victim for necessity for these drastic and hostile actions.
The victim/taxpayer is lead by the abuser/government to blame themselves for the abuse. The taxpayer/victim feels embarrassed for letting themselves get into the cycle of abuse, and refuses to take action to stop the abuse.
Often the victim/taxpayer feels their choices are severely limited in dealing with the controlling abuser/government.
The batterer/government has been taught that they have the "right" to abuse its taxpayer partner, and will vigorously deny that they have a problem. The abuser will resist efforts to stop the abuse.
Children then become innocent victims of this abuse as well. As the abuser/government heaps trillions of dollars of backbreaking debt upon these young victims, then they grow up, thinking that this type of abuse is normal.
Sometimes the victim/taxpayer will try and fight back, and will find that they end up punished and hurt even more.
This is a terrible tragedy, and we, as a society, need to address this evil, and we need to send a clear message to government abusers.
The sad truth is this, unless the taxpayers, the victims of government abuse, stand up to the abuser government, the abuser government will get even worse, and all joking aside, the government will kill.
Look at the impending health care disaster bill, in which seniors will be refused needed medical treatment and care. Already the government stands by while three thousand souls are killed every day, and now the governments' abuse will move to seniors.
You cannot take 500 billion from Medicare, add millions more to Medicare rolls, install 110+ new government bureaucracies, and have anything but death and abuse as the result.
The best thing anyone can do to end Battered Taxpayer Syndrome is to reject failed liberalism, and support those politicians who support conservatives.
Time to end Battered Taxpayer Syndrome.
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