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Mass-media: Barack Obama, the newold President of the United States – First reactions

On April 4, 2011, Obama announced his re-election campaign for 2012 in a video titled “It Begins with Us” that he posted on his website and filed election papers with the Federal Election Commission. As the incumbent president he ran virtually unopposed in the Democratic Party presidential primaries, and on April 3, 2012, Obama had secured the 2778 convention delegates needed to win the Democratic nomination. At the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina, former President Bill Clinton formally nominated Obama and Joe Biden as the Democratic Party candidates for president and vice president in the general election, in which their main opponents were Republicans Mitt Romney, the former governor of Massachusetts, and Representative Paul Ryan of Wisconsin. On November 6, 2012, Obama was elected to a second term as president. (Wikipedia)

Fox News: Obama defeats Romney to win second term, vows he has ‘more …
President Obama won a second White House term Tuesday night, overcoming concerns about the fragile economic recovery to soundly defeat …

CNN International: After Obama win, hope and relief in China
“China is quite happy that Obama won the election because Obama is a known entity,” says political columnist Frank Ching. “It’s better to have …

New York Times: Abroad, Obama’s Victory Brings Demands for Attention
World leaders on Wednesday sought comfort from the familiar after President Obama’s re-election but, with the global political …

Reuters: Obama win clears healthcare reform hurdle, challenges remain
President Barack Obama’s re-election victory … “President Obama has the opportunity to make bold leadership …

Chicago Tribune: Obama celebrates win at rally
A cavernous hall at McCormick Place filled with deafening cheers late Tuesday night as President Barack Obama was re-elected for a second …

USA TODAY: Your Say: Obama must focus on fiscal issues
President Obama walks on stage with first lady Michelle Obama and daughters Sasha and Malia to deliver his victory speech in Chicago.

San Francisco Chronicle: The economy Obama faces: Slow but gaining steadily
The economy Obama faces: Slow but gaining steadily … Here’s the assignment President Barack Obama has won with his re-election: Improve …

Businessweek: Stocks, Treasuries Rise on Obama’s Victory
Stocks and U.S. equity-index futures rose after President Barack Obama won re-election. Treasuries headed for the biggest advance in more …

Voice of America: Obama: “We’ve Got More Work to Do”
President Barack Obama has won election to a second term in the White House after a hard-fought campaign against …

The Atlantic: OBAMA’S BIG NIGHT
Gay marriage won in four states. Two states made marijuana legal. Democrats didn’t just keep the Senate in a tough year, they …

Blogosphere:

Obama Wins The Election! Here’s His Technology Agenda …
Gregory Ferenstein
Barack Obama has won the election! What does this mean to the future of innovation and the technology industry? Based on Obama’s record and statements re..

Barack Obama Reelection Signals Rise Of New America
Huffington Post
President Barack Obama did not just win reelection tonight. His victory signaled the irreversible triumph of a new, 21st-century America: multiracial, multi-ethnic, global in outlook and moving beyond centuries of …

Obama’s Win Closely Watched in India – NYTimes.com
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Hurricane Sandy helped President Barack Obama, said Gaurang Kanth, a New Delhi attorney who was at the Imperial breakfast. “It was divine intervention,” he said. “It was all about praying to the Indian god,” he added with a …

Barack Obama WINS — Hollywood Collectively Orgasms
TMZ
4 MORE YEARS … of George Clooney in the White House … ’cause his BFF Barack Obama has defeated Mitt Romney and will serve another term as the…

Obama: I Have A Concession Speech Ready
Matt Higgins
Expressing confidence but leaving nothing to chance, President Barack Obama indulged his superstitions by engaging in a traditional Election Day basketball game with friends as the race that will determine his political future …

Why Obama’s win isn’t the same-old same-old
Scott Rosenberg
The political landscape looks the same, but here are four ways the president’s reelection changes the calculus for the environment and everything else.

Israel Congratulates Obama, but Large Questions Loom about …
Sharona Schwartz
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu congratulated President Barack Obama on his reelection. In a statement released Wednesday morning, he said: The strategic alliance between Israel and the US is stronger than …

Obama’s ‘Four more years’ victory tweet already the most retweeted …
Sam Byford
Barack Obama has been re-elected as President of the United States, and it looks like he’s taken another prize as well — he can now lay claim to the most popular tweet of all time. The tweet,…

Barack Obama Tweets Victory in 2012 Presidential Election
Alex Fitzpatrick
Barack Obama announced his victory in the 2012 presidential election on Twitter, thanking his supporters.

President Obama’s Election Victory Tweet Becomes Most Retweeted …
Jon Russell
A victory tweet from newly reelected US President Obama has become the most retweeted message on Twitter ever.

President Obama’s message to supporters:

I’m about to go speak to the crowd here in Chicago, but I wanted to thank you first.
I want you to know that this wasn’t fate, and it wasn’t an accident. You made this happen.
You organized yourselves block by block. You took ownership of this campaign five and ten dollars at a time. And when it wasn’t easy, you pressed forward.
I will spend the rest of my presidency honoring your support, and doing what I can to finish what we started.
But I want you to take real pride, as I do, in how we got the chance in the first place.
Today is the clearest proof yet that, against the odds, ordinary Americans can overcome powerful interests.
There’s a lot more work to do.
But for right now: Thank you.

Barack

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