Thanks Teddy, at least you support your opinions about Obama with reasoned thought. That is your absolute right and that of every American.<quoted text>
I think the Founders got it about right. I still see wisdom in retaining the Electoral College, and not abandoning it in favor of direct election of the POTUS. While the Founders could not have foreseen some of our modern-day threats to intelligent and orderly public discourse posed by the pseudo-journalistic infotainment and SuperPAC propaganda saturating the elecorate in the post-Citizens United v FEC age, they certainly understood well the dangers of demogogues and ignorant mobs.
I think Americans remain woefully provincial and ignorant of the peoples and forces in play in the real world at large, and as a result we do tend to have foolish notions of exporting "democracy" to many parts of the world that clearly have none of the cultural and historical underpinnings required to make democracy practical or beneficial. It is a peculiarly American delusion, I agree.
Finally, you seem to be confusing a willingness "to accept the democratically elected two-term leader of the USA" (nonsense, really - Obama's re-election is now simply established fact) with a considered and informed judgement that the policies and courses the man intends to pursue in his 2nd term are wrong-headed and will prove to be badly mistaken, and will wreak real and lasting damage to the nation's fiscal and economic well-being and position in the world.
One can easily and reasonably hold both views.
What I find harder to stomach is the 'Obama hates America, Obama is Muslim, Obama wasn't born here, Obama is a communist' Brigade.
Unfortunately that is what the world sees and hears when they join forums like this or watch some news items.
Its why Americans can appear ignorant, voices like yours don't get heard amongst the hubbub of extreme intolerance and downright racism is some cases.