Tuesday, 6 November 2012

President Obama beats Romney, unemployment in election victory



-- Barack Obama has won the 2012 presidential election, overcoming a determined challenge from Mitt Romney and the worst election-day unemployment rate since World War II.
For the 51-year-old Democratic incumbent, gaining a second term during a weak economic recovery proved even more difficult than his historic selection as the nation’s first African American president.

The reelection drive bore only a faint resemblance to the “hope and change” campaign that brought him to power in 2008, a time of deepening financial crisis and voter dissatisfaction after eight years of a Republican administration in Washington

6 comments:

  1. congratulations Obama!

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  2. Congrats 2 him. Buh I dnt like his decisions nd policy making.

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  3. Jeeeeeezzzz!!!!!!!! Did I jus comment here nd it appeared???? I have never been able 2 comment here since I have been reading dis blog. Dis is a gud development.

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  4. Demola, Good morning to you sir. Thanks for all your support and I am quite sure Mr. President appreciate you more than you could ever imagine. Mr.Obama wins relection because of people like you that won't stop using your talent to encourage voters to pour out in large numbers to cast their votes. This bravery act gave us victory in OhiO and in many more red states that hasn't been a blue states for decades. This happens simply because our citizens have spoken against using big donations to try to swing , buy, and steal the election. It doesn't matter what part of the world you are , you deserve that we express our appreciation for your support. Our party plans to reach across many nations to solve pending issues to ameliorate our foreign relationships. We pray and hope other nation across the occean can follow a political path that brings about a fair and violent free elections like that of us expecially in Nigeria. The negative adds are what made politics a fierced or cut throat competitions. God bless you, God bless U.S.A, and God bless our favorite ally Calls Nigeria. We are part of history that is re-writing itself all over again. 4 More Years , yes we can do it!

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  5. Tnx very much Lekbell,u r well appreciated for your comments,God bless you too,...@nazzy..sorry about that,I am happy that you can now comment,hope to hear more from you

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