Last night the American people re-elected Barack Obama President. The nation wants the president and congress to work together and perhaps that is the message they sent last night. Getting things done in congress has been a problem over the past four years for the President. Its my hope that there will be some cooperation to get things done. The President has to work harder on job creation and deficit reduction, both things that Republicans like. The House of Representatives remains solidly republican while the Senate made gains for Democrats. I think both sides will have to compromise some in order to get things accomplished in the next four years.
My Vote Today, President Barack ObamaStandard
Today without reservation I will be voting for President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden. I honestly feel they will best represent the interests of all Americans. Our country is moving forward and there is more work to be done and I want to give him the opportunity to finish the job. His saving the auto industry, providing health care for millions and numerous other accomplishments stands for itself.
Its going to be a great day, get out and vote. God bless America!
globeandmail: President Barack Obama speaks during a rally featuring musicians Bruce Springsteen and Jay-Z in Columbus, Ohio, Monday, November 5,2012. (Kevin Van Paassen/The Globe and Mail) #obama #election #ohio
Decision 2012, Let There Be Peace AfterStandard
Friends, America will go to the polls to vote on national, state and local offices and issues. Some will be happy, others will be disappointed. On November 7th lets come back together as one nation regardless of the outcome. Our relationships should come above politics. Peace in our country should be our top priority.
Tumblr users its OK to leave your blog and dashboard for a few hours on Tuesday to go vote. If you are a registered voter in the United States you need to go to the polls tomorrow. Local races and issues will have as much or more impact on your lives than the Presidential race. It doesn’t matter who you vote for as long as you exercise the right to vote so many people have worked and sacrificed for to give you. GET OUT AND VOTE ON NOVEMBER 6, 2012!
nbcnews: It’s hard to believe, but we’re only one day away from Election Day 2012. Be sure to share this image to remind your friends to get out and vote.