What remains to be corrected for the benefit of all humans may likely never be addressed by humanity.
War and disease and famine and poverty for example remain with very little reason to expect a signficant change.
Here in America we suffer less while in most other parts of the world humans suffer more.
We Americans tend to measure OUR happiness outside of the context of humanity as a whole.
Also the decision made by a majority of voters was not made by a majority of eligible voters.
The voting system itself is archaic and flawed.
OUR nation paid the price for this in 2000 when Gore beat Bush but a corrupted Florida election system and tainted SCOTUS gifted the Presidency to Bush.
Yet 12 years later the same problems exist but in different skins.
The difference is that one party is standing up pulling their collective pants down and mooning the American people.
Almost half who voted kissed the moon in this election.
Why? Human nature which is perverse.
I would argue that OUR President lost .... another four years of his life and a lot of gray hair ... and for what?
A nation where almost half wanted to fire him for doing the best possible job under the worst possible circumstances.
AND in reality Barack Obama already is among the greatest Presidents this nation has known
Everyone benefits from improving OUR public education systems and greater access to advanced education or vocational re-training.
So we all won.
We also all win when we end wars and treat each other more fairly.
Income inequality is a serious problem in America.
The billionaires may have lost the battle but they could easily have afforded to quadruple the amount spent on propaganda.
THose who wish to control OUR lives already do! What is worse is that they continue achieve status and credibility for their methodologies.Therefore the unacceptable is now expectable and as long as the rules of capitalism and corporate personhood don't change America will some day become a corpocracy.
What assures this are the 48% who voted for Romney.
This makes November 2014 the most important election in OUR lives.
I trust the President's people understand that the job is far from over.