The voters of the USA decided, overall, to go down a similar path, which means more debt, more moral decline, more regulation, and more governmental gridlock. And those who pay the disproportionate share of the taxes in the United States will be expected to pay more taxes, and probably in several weeks.
That being said, let me state that Barack Obama is not the final Antichrist like some on the internet have claimed.
Yes, I do believe that he is “apocalyptic,” meaning that he has and will take steps that will lead to the destruction of the United States–although I do not believe that the great tribulation will begin until AFTER his next term ends.
Habakkuk 2 makes clear that at the appointed time of the end, a great borrowing people will be destroyed (Habakkuk 2:3-8). Something similar is in Deuteronomy 28:42-51. No nation in the history of humankind has ever accumulated as much debt as the United States of America (because the U.K. may have close to the highest amount of per capita debt,[xvi] its fate would seem to be similar). Yet, the relationship between debt accumulation and prophesied destruction remains unapparent to many.
And although President Obama inherited a debt-laden nation, his policies, according to his own public pronouncements, have lead and will continue to lead to greatly increased U.S.A. debt. These increases of debt are likely to continue past the point of no return and become one of the final factors that will cause creditors to rise up and destroy the U.S.A.
It seems clear that during his presidency, Barack Obama has been an apocalyptic enabler in the sense that his policies are helping lead to the rise of the prophesied final Kings of the North and South that Daniel 11 discusses, while weakening the U.S.A. militarily, morally, economically, and agriculturally. Nothing from his administration thus far suggests that he will call for meaningful massive repentance and turning back to God.
Therefore, President Obama (who is now U.S.A. President and perhaps will be until 2017) is apocalyptic.