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Handwriting Analysis Of President Barack Obama

"Bud Brower" (2019-10-10)


President Barack Obama's huge signature is eye-catching. Graphologically speaking, this reflects a tremendous desire to be the center of attention. The rightward extensions at the end of his first and last names are like a self-portrait showing that there is more to him than just a name. A small middle zone in his John Hancock represents strong powers of concentration. People who have small middle-zone letters (a, c, e and any letter that does not have an upper or lower loop), possess great proficiency in doing work, requiring attention to detail. Many scientists, Einstein among them, have very small or even microscopic middle-zone letters. These lines are also written in a wavy fashion, without distinct shape. This shows changeability. The diplomat, who must often evade ticklish situations and not commit to a particular course of action, writes in this manner. Wavy-lined writing also denotes versatility. There are no beginning strokes in Obama's signature. This signifies someone who gets right down to the point without commotion.



It is the handwriting of the mature individual. His writing has much rhythm, charm, pressure and bounce. Combined with the openness on top of the "a" which indicates fluency, the President radiates self-confidence and energy and is a quick-witted speaker. Disproportionately heavy pressure is placed upon the horizontal stroke, as the vertical stroke is written comparatively more lightly. The reverse is the norm. Writing in a downward direction predominantly employs the flexor muscles, whereas in a rightward direction, the extensor muscles are primarily used. The flexor muscles are stronger than the extensors, normally producing heavier pressure. Typically, writers who put most of their pressure in the horizontal axis cannot conceive of their own limitations - nor can they stop "making the best of themselves" (overcompensation). The way a man signs his first name reveals what the writer thinks of himself. The way he signs his surname hints at his feeling toward his family - particularly his father, since the surname represents him. The capital letter of Obama is written considerably smaller than the capital of Barack, an indication of hostility toward his father. How one learns to write and how one's writing varies inform the graphologist as to what is distinctive about the writer. A script cannot be classified as a mere variation when the writer invents a unique form. This has the utmost significance when constructed in one's signature. This is a symbolic, and usually subconscious, self-evaluation. Obama writes the capital letter of his surname as a circle and bisects it. The circle is the symbol for wholeness. Although in mathematics two halves equal a whole, when one feels emotionally split into two parts, incompleteness and negativity emerge. One who has not resolved heavy personal issues may, albeit subconsciously, not be completely objective when under pressure.



There ought to be one dayjust onewhen there is open season on senators. The country has come to feel the same when Congress is in session as when the baby gets hold of a hammer. If I studied all my life, I couldnt think up half the number of funny things passed in one session of Congress. If you ever injected truth into politics youd have no politics. Things in our country run in spite of government, not by aid of it. We dont seem to be able to check crime, so why not legalize it and then tax it out of business? Everything is changing. People are taking their comedians seriously and the politicians as a joke. Liberty doesnt work as well in practice as it does in speeches. Ohio claims they are due a president as they havent had one since Taft. Look at the United States; they have not had one since Lincoln. The 1928 Republican Convention opened with a prayer. If the Lord can see His way clear to bless the Republican Party the way its been carrying on, then the rest of us ought to get it without even asking. There is no more independence in politics than there is in jail. All I know is just what I read in the papers, and thats an alibi for my ignorance. Will Rogers was asked about the nature of his humorous remarks about politicians.



As with many others, candidates have acquired certain labels according to their party in this election year. As with many others, candidates have acquired certain labels according to their party in this election year. Particularly, democratic candidates are often labeled as liberals by their Republican opponents. Republican candidates are likewise dubbed "conservatives". Such labels tend to ring certain bells with individual voters. Let's take a look at what Webster's has to say on the subject and see if we can find some real meaning worthy of the labels in reference to politics. According to Webster dictionary, as an adjective, conservative means tending to preserve established institutions, opposed to change, moderate or cautious. When used as a noun, it describes a conservative person. Webster's thesaurus variously offers nuances on the word, such as traditional, reactionary, conventional, taking no chances, fearful, unimaginative and in a rut! Apparently, there are so many implications, it's hard to know where to begin. Whereas you might like conservative politicians if they tend to preserve the established institutions, would you like the same candidate who is opposed to change? If you want to nit-pick, how about an unimaginative, reactionary, conservative politician?