The day after the US. Presidential Elections (Nov 7th, 2012). What a magnificent day it is. Best feeling to wake up and find that Barack Obama is still US. President. So glad and relieved, that the American people have chosen wisely, and voted for the right guy. Americans learned from the mistakes of giving two terms to George W. Bush (one of THE worst, ignorant and most incompetent administrations in US. history). Are we better off today than 4 years ago? You mean 2008 was better than 2012? I don't think so, I'm ecstatic that the majority of Americans are wiser, sane and awake today, than 4 years ago.
I'm an independent, but have supported Barack Obama in 2008, and and I still support him today 2012. America is on the right track, and Obamacare is here to stay! (among other things)
Voting for Mitt Romney, just because.. (which most Republicans, tea party and racist wankers did) is not the right thing to do (unless one is completely convinced Mitt Romney the the right man to save America), even Republicans aren't convinced of Romney, and they disliked him all along, but they were willing to vote for him, just to have Barack Obama out of the White House. That's pathetic, sad.. and YES it's un-amercian and un-patriotic, sounds more racially and hateful, rather than politically motivated.
We need someone who's open minded, wordly, experienced and knows what's ahead.. NOT a spineless Car salesman (Mitt Romney) without any convictions, hiding Tax returns etc.. a flip flopper. America is better than that. I understand that Obama is not necessarily the best nor perfect (who is?), but to chose between Obama or Romney (that's a No-brainer). We have to stay the course with Barack Obama, He is the RIGHT man.. right here, right now!
We need to move FORWARD, cause Life moves forward!!! Obama is the choice, and we need to stick with him. I'm Happy it's done, signed, sealed and delivered. Now Let's get to work and focus on more essential things in life.
President Obama's winning speech was totally uplifting & eloquent !! "It doesn't matter whether you're black or white or Hispanic or Asian or Native American or young or old or rich or poor, able, disabled, gay or straight, you can make it here in America if you're willing to try." - President Barack Obama
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