A couple of things bug me about this US Presidential election. The first is that the US media are, apparently, still besotted with Obama despite a not particularly impressive first term in office. It is as if the media's critical faculties have been absorbed by a Government department or something. The second thing that bugs me about it is that I've just got this nagging feeling that if Obama wins this election, the US may not see another election again. The HHS mandate reveals that there is something tyrannical about Obama. It's as if he doesn't understand that American psyche which is, traditionally, anti-big Government.
The next thing that bothers me about the election is the voting machines. They are, apparently, more vulnerable to election rigging than paper ballots. Among the other things that bother me about Barack Obama, like his deep love of abortion, for instance, is this comment that he made to the then Russian President, Dimitry Medvedev. I understand that US Presidents can only serve 2 terms in office, but isn't the phrase, 'After my election, I have more flexibility' just a little bit presumptuous, as if it is a foregone conclusion or something? And how happy are the citizens of the USA with a president who promises 'flexibility' after 'his' election with the President of Russia, a country which still has an interesting relationship with elections itself?
I am really not a fan of most Republicans and certainly not of Mitt Romney, but the media in the US, from what I've read, are so biased towards the current President that you get the feeling that demons from Hell will scream with diabolical anger if he isn't re-elected.