Most of what you just said really nothing to do with Obama specifically. When was money NOT depreciating? Lots of things got a lot more expensive under Bush. At least Obama is in the process of turning things around. Percentages of employment and debt increase are really pretty similar to what it looked like under Reagan. And the stock market has been fairly steadily climbing since it hit it's bottom a few months after inauguration.Unfortunately, too many Americans are uninformed and really have no clue what is going on in the country today. Notice that the dollar has fallen with Obama winning as the markets know this means the Fed will be printing even more money. Do you think most people in America today even realize the Fed is buying bad loans from the banks with our tax dollars at the rate of forty billion per month? Do they realize this is devaluing the dollar that they are working for every day? Most do not understand any of this or the loss of personal freedom we have seen over the past four years. What about Obama signing the NDAA on New Years Eve - Did you hear that come up during the debates? Truly a sad day for America and the Sheeple will get what they deserve as they care more about American Idol and such than the truth of what is happening to America.
If you take the stance that politicians are bad in general and that there's too much politics in politics, well I can agree in some areas. But having an obstructionist congress, and admittedly striving for voter suppression in order to control the outcome of an election is completely contrary to doing your job in representing the people and their interests.
I fail to see the good in topping that off with a leader who's made millions closing down businesses or investing in overseas, told lies to win votes, and change position on just about every position he held, depending on who he was talking to.
If you think that this isn't what just went on, then YOU weren't paying attention, and YOU are just playing sheep to your partisan bias. At some point you have to realize just how silly that is, when it's so painfully obvious. Fortunately enough people already have.