Blaming others: HCPs stand out, because of the intensity of their blame for others – especially for those closest to them or in authority positions over them. For them, it is highly personal and feels like they might not survive if things don’t go their way. So they focus on attacking and blaming someone else and find fault with everything that person does, even though it may be quite minor or non-existent compared to the high-conflict behavior of the HCP. In contrast to their blame of others, they can see no fault in themselves and see themselves as free of all responsibility for the problem. If you have been someone’s target of blame, you already know what I’m talking about. They also blame strangers, because it is so easy. On the Internet, they can be anonymous and make the most extreme statements. Even if they know you, there is a sense of distance and safety, so that extremely blaming statements can flow."
Blames Bush, Blames Congress, Blames Republicans, Blames FOX News, Blames Tea Party, Blames Right Wing commentators, Blames unmonitored internet pundits, Blames the FOUNDING FATHERS, Blames the Constitution, BLAMES, BLAMES BLAMES.
Ultimately, BLAME for everyone and everything, but NEVER Blame directed at himself for his own apparent unrecognizable flaws and weaknesses!
Fortunately we will never personally have face-to-face contact with this conflicted individual, but as a result of his own personality disorders, our nation and our children's future is bleak.
Do not expect this man to accept responsibility for America's demise, because in his mind, someone else is always 'to blame' for his mistakes and deficiencies. Treat him as you would an undisciplined toddler--clean up his mess, and prepare for the worst, which regrettably is still on this nation's horizon.