American voters’ message to Obama: No, You Couldn’t!
The midterm election (for the Senate and the House of Reps.) has been a disappointment for Obama and the voters have sent their criticism to show to the White House. However, we are in the end of the midst of a financial crisis (the recovery period) and it is almost a law of nature that the sitting administration face a lack of trust from the voters during a recession. But it is not only that. It is also the way Obama enforced the reformations within the American health care sector and that these transformations of the American society, whatever we might think of it and brand it as, have not been deeply rooted and established among the grassroots in America. It is highly likely that the average voter do not care much for a socialist track within the health care sector and that it goes against what America stands for: liberty and personal responsibility. To find a way to make the American health care sector LESS costly (the % they pay for it of the GDP is on an insane high) for the American tax payers but in a way which allows the change to be applicable within also the ramifications of the American tradition and its founding ideas is a must for the future.
And I don’t care much for the Tea Party, either. They are a hostile bunch and I dislike people who brand Obama as a communist or a new Hitler. It’s on a intellectual low-water mark equal to the Mariana Trench. But it is such a diverse group and there are some bright stars within it. I have to of course send out my greetings to Rand Paul, son of Doctor Ron Paul. God speed and hopefully you will over-shine Sarah Palin.