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Obama won

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Obama won. Yay!
It would be nice to be able to clone the world and make Romney president in the other world to see what the difference would be. We will never know.

     
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Good for him.

I think Romney was less of a conservative looney than some of the last republicans, but still glad he lost.

     

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Very good.

Usually the second “season” is the one where they get the big stuff done, so hopefully he can finally make that change…

Of course, the house of representatives still has quite a republican majority so that’ll be a bit difficult. And we’ve seen how little the republicans want to work with democrats in anything nowadays.

Well anyways, it’s good news.

     
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I’m happy with what happened, and I feel my vote actually counted.

     

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Good choice America! I think most of the world is pleased with this outcome.

     

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Huray for the re-election! Thumbs Up

Funny thing is this: while the voting in America ended at about 50% for Obama and 48% for Romney, international (thus everywhere else) polls usually ended at about 80% for Obama and 20% for Romney. The world wants a democrat, not a republican…

Lucien21 - 07 November 2012 02:55 AM

I think Romney was less of a conservative looney than some of the last republicans, but still glad he lost.

^ This.

     

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TimovieMan - 08 November 2012 06:58 AM

Funny thing is this: while the voting in America ended at about 50% for Obama and 48% for Romney, international (thus everywhere else) polls usually ended at about 80% for Obama and 20% for Romney. The world wants a democrat, not a republican…

It really is quite a strange thing how it’s so skewed like that.

And overall, how much the politics there is so much more about the personality than the issues. Unfortunately though, like many other things American, that effect is slowly creeping at least here, too…

     
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it was HAAARP Against Romney .

     

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