Hey, I'm 15, and my dad is the only working person in my family. My brother is off to college, I have a 9 year old sister, my mom makes dolls and get some cash every now and then, and when he's gone, life is good. He works most of the year, he's normally never home, which is goodf or all of us. Well, we were gonan go visit his parents in balitmore for Christmas, but whenever we decide to leave places, he goes on a fucking rampage making sure the house is clean as fuck. Personally, no one else gives a shit, but he goes insane. My sister is crying the whole time, my mom is on the verge of crying, I think she wants to get a divorce, and I just go up into my room, sit down on my computer, and sometimes cry. I seriously want to kill him. I want my mom to get a divorce, I want him to leave this family, I fucking hate his guts and I want him to die. Is there anyway to resolve this, or am I going to have to kill him? This is not the first time, and it actually happens quite frecuently(sp). No one on my mom's side of the family likes him, I don't thikn anyone in our immediant family likes him, hell, he got in a fight with my brother, a fist fight. And I just don't know what the hell to do, if I can even do anything.
There is a lot of anger in your post. I would advise you to seek a counselor (maybe at school) who can help you to work this out before you do something irrational that changes your family's future and yours--maybe getting you locked up for years before you've even had a chance to live.
I feel you man. My dad is the same except he is not as extreme. Your dad probably has a lot of stress on him trying to support the family by his self. This does not mean that he is right for fighting your brother or going on rampages, but look at it from his point of view. Cleaning the house is an easy way to be helpful since he's the only one working.
With that said, killing your dad is definitely not the way to solve your problem. Have you tried talking to him? If you can't talk to anyone, do like the above poster says and talk to a counselor. Hope your family's relationship improves.