President Obama's victory was not just over Mitt Romney but over the neoliberal vision. The 2012 victory reveals that the public is disillusioned with the conservatives' economic ideology.
Jim Flaherty and Stephen Harper are worried about America heading off towards the "fiscal cliff". They do not seem ashamed that Conservatives' spending cuts propel Canada in the same direction.
Obama faces a second term in a country where almost half of the people not only oppose him but often fear and loathe him, while his political adversaries are determined to undermine his every move.
Obama couldn't have done it without Romney. But he couldn't have done it without Occupy Wall Street, either. In fact he needed Occupy Wall Street first, in order to make full, effective use of Romney.
Two days ago, the world watched the duel between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney. Regardless of which side we were supporting, the two men represented the divide of a worn-out American society.
Missed by the mainstream media, but churning at the heart of our democracy, are social movements, movements without which President Obama would not have been re-elected.
It is the continued responsibility of the national electorate, as well as international activists, to make sure that the elected representative implements what he and his party have promised.
Whatever the outcome of Tuesday's American election, Israeli Prime Minister Bibi Netanyahu and his policies are the certain winners.
Despite the various ways in which the President has frustrated so many of the people who voted for him in 2008, Obama has assembled a series of achievements that make him the superior candidate.
Il reste à peine deux semaines avant les élections étatsuniennes, mais ça fait longtemps déjà que j'ai décroché -- comme le font de plus en plus de gens d'ailleurs.