Tuesday, November 06, 2012

President Obama Reelected!!!!!!!!



Just got home from work and turn on the TV and saw cheering crowds.  I knew what it meant:

PRESIDENT OBAMA WAS REELECTED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I will write more about President Obama's reelection in tomorrow's blog but I did want to give the Republicans a tip:  Next time how about nominating a candidate for president who doesn't lie and has a moral character.  Say, someone like Chris Christy.  Just a thought.

Congratulations President Obama!!


10 comments:

  1. ISN'T IT WONDERFUL! the people have spoken; ignorance has been defeated!

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  2. Anonymous12:18 AM

    When the news came through on MSNBC you were the first person I thought of. Good-bye Mitt, enjoy your money and get lost!

    Cindy from Sonoma Color me happy!!!

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    1. That's right Cindy, Mitt still has his money. I see a trip to the Cayman Islands in the future for Mitt and the family.

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  3. Shhhhh....don't give them any ideas!

    I smell a happy post!

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  4. If there was one I'd be saying "Thank God!", Ron. But I'm ever so pleased for you and your fellow country-folk. Catastrophe averted! Phew!!!

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    1. Tell me about it Ray! If Romney was elected it would verify that anyone could get elected if they had enough money and told enough Big Lies. Romney and his right wing supporters would have dismantled the social safety net and destroyed my security in my old age. Not only that they would have outlawed a woman's right to choose. And probably put us in another war plus put us back into being the laughing stock of the world like we were when George W. Bush was president. Yes, we narrowly avoided a disaster. Tell me about it.

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  5. YES WE DID! SUCK IT, REDUMBLICANS!

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  6. It still bothers me that the presidential race was so close, meaning that there are many too many Americans who just don't understand the regressive stance of the Republican party. We got back a few seats in Congress and two more Democratic Senators. It was a really big night for women, especially in the Senate! Perhaps this is the beginning of a new progressive movement, pulling away from the tea party. Though I am an old white man who voted for Obama, it is encouraging to know that in the future there will be more young voters and minorities. Actually the older white men will soon be in the minority!

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    1. David,

      I am encouraged about the future of this country after this election. I feel so good.

      Have a great day!

      Ron

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