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President Obama Wins Re-Election

The votes have been cast and counted and the results are now in. President Obama has won re-election by beating Mitt Romney. President Obama will get to remain in the white house for 4 more years. America has decided that President Obama is moving the country in the right direction.

Mitt Romney even though he ran a good campaign, came across as out of touch with the common man, which probably hurt him in this election. The Democrats also have won enough seats to keep control of the US Senate in this election.


Mitt Romney Selects Paul Ryan as Presidential Running Mate

Mitt Romney officially announced today that he has selected Paul Ryan as his running mate in 2012 election in a speech. Paul Davis Ryan (age 42) is the U.S. Representative for Wisconsin's 1st congressional district. He has held this position since 1999. Let the political controversy begin.
Paul Ryan photo


Mitt Romney Insults Pittsburgh Bakery

Mitt Romney recently made the headlines by insulting a Pittsburgh bakery. Romney obviously has no idea how beloved the local institution is that provided these cookies that were offered to him. Romney has often struggled during his campaign trying to relate to common everyday people.

Here is a video clip regarding the incident now known as Cookiegate:

For more info about Cookiegate, click here.



John McCain Calls 2012 Republican Campaign “the nastiest ever”

John McCain is not a big fan of negative campaign ads as he experienced the effects first hand when he lost the 2000 campaign to be the Republican nominee to George Bush. During the 2000 Republican primary, McCain was the target of negative rumors that he had fathered a black child out of wedlock. McCain does have an adopted daughter Bridget who is from Bangladesh.

In a recent interview on "Meet the Press", McCain blamed the negative campaign ads on the super PACs McCain feels all the negative ads from these groups will make it harder to win the general election. John McCain has already endorsed Republican front runner Mitt Romney.


Mike Huckabee Will Not be Running in 2012

Mike Huckabee has announced that he will not be running for President in 2012. Huckabee was one of the front runners for the Republican nomination. He said that even though everything tells him he should run, his heart is not in it. It is projected that most of Huckabee's followers will support either Mitt Romney or Donald Trump now that he will will not be in the race.