I see all kinds of complaints coming from the Left all over the world: they complain about a candidate (now a president) who pretends to be a Socialist but is not. Who pretends to be a representative of the Left while he's, at the same time, dealing with the forces of the Right.
Well, in my opinion, it is wrong to call Obama a Socialist and a member of the Left in the first place. The reason? Because Socialism (as we know it) and the concept of "Left" are mostly Alpha in nature. You can see the typical representatives of that current being Alpha, say, Voltaire, but up to modern examples like Bill Clinton and Al Gore.
However, Obama is Delta. And Deltas tend to float somewhere between the formal definitions of the political wings. Some Deltas are known for their Right wing affinity (usually STs) while others have more affinity for the Left (usually NFs).
So, is it a bit too constraining to have a two sided game when there are actually four forces playing? What kind of politics do really Deltas promote?