Some of America’s wealthy elite, of which Romney is a card-carrying member, view life in the U.S. as anything but fine.
With Romney out, the party is forced back to the uninspiring cast.
First they punish him, then they praise him: Americans rediscover their president.
In the State of the Union address, the American president mocked the Republicans and asked for the betterment of the middle class, as well as more taxes for the rich and large financial institutions: a new leap in confidence justified by the rise in his popularity. The Democrats are thinking about their strategy for the 2016 presidential elections.
No matter where Americans look of late, Obama has projected an image of reluctance and not that of the leader of the indispensable country.
"Obama’s defeat is better explained by the natural wear and tear of governments in this era of globalization in which, in almost all countries, governments find it increasingly difficult to collect taxes and manage public spending in order to reduce imbalances."
<i>As a result of his severe defeat in the midterm elections, the president is forced to coexist with his adversaries and is given the cold shoulder by those in his own camp.</i>
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The results of the midterm elections in the United States were a severe blow for President Barack Obama. The elections are considered a type of referendum on the president's leadership, and so the Democratic Party's loss must be assumed as a profound inquiry into the government's management. The Republican opposition [Read more]