I could spend an hour going through this post with a fine toothed comb, explaining in detail all the ways in which you're wrong here, but then again, I could also put my own eyes out with spoon and I'd achieve pretty much the same thing. So, I'll just get to my point and carry on with my day. You're either a troll or a moron, or both. Probably both.
Your claim, you support it. It's not my job to look it up for you.
And as for the "worthless and broke socialist Europeans" - they seem to be doing just fine without us. Their money is still worth more than ours, making them less broke than we are, and they are only really entangled in fights that we've dragged them in to these days. And they're no where near as involved as we are. So, aside from throwing our metaphorical dick around... exactly why is it that we need such a gigantic military budget again?
the economy has already bottomed out and is slowly improving.
Obama will likely get credit for that, and the dems will have the narrative for at least another election cycle.
Assuming nothing happens.
That said, in today's world the amount of "non-partisan" news and voices is quickly shrinking, so the republicans will most likely hang on to their own little sphere of influence that believes their own narrative.
it never will. Its a manufactured narrative, something straight out of an army information ops manual(convienant, when we have more recent veterans floating around soceity, it always makes you wonder, read counterinsurgency by Gen. Petraues, which talks about "the narrative", and information operations), manufactured by a community of/for quasi-republican aligned beneficiaries, to keep a base for their ideals, and tact certain party figures as gods.
The democrats have their own similar bubble. Unless you think what you see on MSNBC is "truth".(here is a hint, MSNBC is owned by microsoft, which started donating heavily to the democratic party in the 1990s after they got rocked by anti-trust suits, they were found guilty, but the verdict, unbundling IE form windows, has never been enforced).
"MSNBC differs from Fox though" not by any meaningful way.
"For one, it fact checks" with whom? parent company microsoft?
"Secondly, it clearly defines regular news and opinion" yet to see this too in any real regards. it only reports news in a way favourable to their line of thinking, and tends to ignore issues that might be unfavourable to their opinions.