President Obama 2012 Election Victory Speech

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6 Responses to President Obama 2012 Election Victory Speech

  1. Reblogged this on cadesertvoice and commented:
    This may be the BEST speech Obama has ever given, although I think he has given many, many GREAT, historic speeches already. Much substance here to chew on.

  2. Ametia says:

    We are not divided as this country believes

  3. Ametia says:

    Obama Beats Back the Right-Wing Tide
    —By David Corn
    | Tue Nov. 6, 2012 11:24 PM PST

    The president spent two years setting up this tough victory—turning the election into a stark ideological choice and crafting a brilliant ground game.

    President Barack Obama made history again, with a victory that defied a decades-long trend: incumbents don’t triumph when the economy remains in the doldrums and the public sentiment is one of unease. In an archly ideological race that pitted a progressive case for government against a conservative assault on government, the president, burdened by a slow recovery but bolstered by a brilliant ground game based on hard-and-fast demographic realities, beat back Mitt Romney, who embraced the tea-partyization of the Republican Party and campaigned (often in an ugly fashion) for the chance to be CEO of the United States.

    The election, a close-call for Obama, signaled that division is still rampant within the political culture. Yet in his victory speech before thousands in a Chicago convention hall, Obama spoke of the “difficult compromises needed to move this country forward.” He insisted, “we are an American family and we rise and fall together.” Moments later, he strode across a confetti-drenched stage, as the PA played Bruce Springsteen’s “The Rising.” He had mounted something of a political resurrection.

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  4. Ametia says:

    Simply GRAND; our President. The American people have again spoken. Let’s keep moving forward, my PEEPS!

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