A big happy sigh of satisfaction from your Northern neighbour!
Congratulations indeed! We here in Europe were a bit worried at one point that he might not win.
Congratlations and well done Mrs. Perfect Bite for posting all those great "Vote" buttons and signs.
A sigh of relief and satisfaction from me too - it's been an anxious couple of weeks.
Yay! Thrilled and relieved.
Relieved for sure. A man of the people. A man with common sense and a good heart.
Scooper the dog got me up at 3:45 this morning. The saving grace was loading the NY Times onto my computer to find the election results. The good news: I don't have to move to Canada.
I second that!
Congratulations from Spain!
There is hope for our future. A sigh of relief from our household.
Congratulations from Canada, I am happy for you.
I'm here to say that one can hyperventilate for an entire day and not pass out!! Thank you, Mary for helping make yesterday possible. Best,Bonnie
Difficult day, difficult evening, I feel almost like hangover today, but incredibly happy, having voted for the first time as an American citizen!feels great!GO OBAMA!
The Grand Experiment continues...Mitt Romney's concession speech should be turned into a pledge that the Congress could sign.
Reconciliation should be the first order of business. Congratulations to our President, his beautiful family, and our wonderful country
Indeed! What a great night!
Great photo. And a great relief. :)
Mary, I can't agree with the majority of your followers. Still, I wish the President good fortune and hope that now that he's stopped campaigning, he'll acutally lead us out of the mess we're in. What a long, expensive and tortured process this was! Take Care, Big Daddy Dave
It's always amazing to me to see how differently people see things...very true yesterday. As for me, I can't understand why people aren't bothered more by the huge debt and the ever increasing spending. I wish the President well, and I pray that He is able to truly lead us. But I also hope that people begin to see that by relying on the Federal government for so much, we also give them a lot of control in our lives. It's only a matter of time before you find yourself on the wrong side of legislation. I think it's important to consider larger principles when voting...not just specific issues. I'm thankful though that we live in a country where we can disagree but still live peacefully together.
I can't agree. It's a sad day for America and a sad day for the Constitution!
He had better REALLY bring it this time and tweak those policies! We didn't need a shady power hungry billionaire as leader, anyway. ;-) xo
Do you really trust him? http://therealfoodrunner.blogspot.com/
it is a very sad day for our freedom, our constitution, our right to OUR money that WE built. Prayers for this President to BE MORE America-minded than he's exhibited in the past.
May God be with us!, We are going to need him more then ever now...
I voted for Romney. We need jobs.
I love this picture as well. I hope that all those who want President Obama to be more productive and efficient will back him up and support him. I congratulate him!
It was so fun to watch the election from Australia this year. :-) Being in a different country provides such a unique perspective. :-)
Yes, congratulations are in order. I am so thankful, relieved, and happy.
Congratulations Mr. President for the second term of being president! Keep up the good work.
I breathed a sigh of relief. My family is not wealthy and I was so proud to see people like me (common people who believe in government) put our President in office for a second term. I love my Republican friends, but I am not ashamed to support our President 100%.
Four more years!
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