Furthermore, every conservative politician who has been trying to campaign against the Health Insurance Industry Bailout Act of 2010 has been campaigning to replace it with itself. This further supports the notion of Obama being deeply conservative in his actions - which are of course where his legacy will come from.
Alternatively, it supports the assertion that the country enjoys one party rule--The Progressive Party. Those understanding that this route only leads to European-style collapse, and opposing it, will be crushed.
How is it that rejecting European-style decisions at nearly every critical juncture - particularly with regards to health care and public welfare - could possibly lead to "European-style collapse"? Your thesis of "one party rule" is close to valid but you went off in a completely non-factual direction. Every political action of any consequence that has been taken in this country in the past several decades has been of a conservative - not progressive - slant.
Just as President Lawnchair is demonstrably the most conservative president our country has ever had, he is also demonstrably more conservative than any leader that has ever been elected in Europe. To claim that he is somehow making "European-style" decisions is laughably detached from reality.