Congress makes the law, not the president.
The president can submit legislation for consideration. The president can block anything (up to a super majority). So the president has more influence than most people say.
who doesn't think H1-B hurts them?
Yes. H1-B doesn't hurt me. I moved out. H1-B has no effect on me now. The question isn't whether American burns, but what song Koch will be playing on the fiddle while it does.
Also, note that inflation dipped negative [statista.com] for a couple of months last year.
A quick dip into the negative is a matter of measurement, not reality. When you measure the IQ of someone with a cold, it's lower than when they are well. So does a cold actually cause someone to get dumber, or does a cold mess with the measurement taken at that time? Given the recovery after, one concludes it was a temporary measurement error. CPI is good at comparing inflation, but poor at actually measuring it. If you want to find out whether your inflation this year is higher or lower than last, then CPI works. But to find out how much more it'll cost you to live this year, vs last, then you'll need a more accurate inflation measure.
Perhaps Obamacare became affordable for a small percentage, but for my business it is a significant and incremental expense.
Yes. It's more like a hidden tax, than an explicit single-payer program as it should be.
Another interesting detail: have you noticed that rich encourage you to vote for Democrats?
If you cherry-pick the "rich" to only be celebrities, not business people, then yes. But if you randomly select from "rich" they seem to overwhelmingly support Republicans.
Keep voting for those who promise free stuff, more security and more political correctness, and in few years you can remember this conversation, after waiting to see the doctor after the 6 hour wait (under universal/single payer healthcare).
Single payer is cheaper and better than the US system. And yes, I've lived under both. Have you?