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Are You Surprised by the Results of the U.S. Presidential Race?

ABC News U.S. 2012/11/07 13:38:41
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  • FeedFwd ~POTL 2012/11/11 21:23:05
    No
    FeedFwd ~POTL
    Not surprised as much as disappointed.
  • Heptarch 2012/11/11 12:31:21
    No
    Heptarch
    Not really. It was touch and go there for a while. I was a little concerned that the right wing fear machine was gaining ground, but thankfully Americans repudiated it.
  • JohnT 2012/11/09 16:50:18
    No
    JohnT
    Not at all, most folks are not happy with the GOP and Mr. Flip flop millionaire did not bring much to the table.
  • golem48 2012/11/09 09:10:35
    No
    golem48
    The sheer amount of voter fraud accounted for an 0bamanite victory..
  • Heptarch golem48 2012/11/11 12:34:51
    Heptarch
    LOL Whatever you need to believe to sleep at night, I guess.
  • 3003573 golem48 2012/11/13 04:59:33
  • Eddie_DOMA_is_dead 2012/11/09 06:42:51
  • Sidrah Zaheer 2012/11/09 06:20:19
    No
    Sidrah Zaheer
    I knew the elections have been decided by the elites, so NO.
  • sblondie 2012/11/09 03:38:59
    Yes
    sblondie
    I wanted Romney to win but I almost knew Obama would win. I was very disappointed. Another 4 years like the last 4 is too much.
  • 3003573 sblondie 2012/11/13 04:58:22
  • PetrifiedElephantPoop 2012/11/09 03:31:30
    No
    PetrifiedElephantPoop
  • Mindy 2012/11/08 22:05:40
    No
    Mindy
    +1
    No, just relieved. I don't think Obama is perfect. He's screwed up a few things, but he has a good moral compass and understands, now, how complicated the job is and how it is to any other job. Romney and his crew actually scared me.
  • Lana 2012/11/08 20:46:57
    No
    Lana
    +1
    Not for even a second. They could have found a desent person and then it would have been a race. Since I am a district leader and I have been working for the President for over 7 months, I felt good that we would win. Although when you look at SH you would think they had it in the bag. I can not tell you how happy I am that the President can continue his work. I would love to hug the American people and thank them for doing the correct thing for the country. We didn't have thge money but we beat him with people power that Mittens never had except angry white men. hahahahahahaha You lost !
  • Tordgaard 2012/11/08 20:20:08
    No
    Tordgaard
    +1
    If I had depended upon SH as a random sampling, I'd be in a state of shock; if I had depended upon my neighborhood or my county, I'd be in a state of shock; I'd also be in a state of shock based on my family and relatives as well as my church of upbringing.
    But I'm that rascally one hidden in the attic - and I was simply relieved.
  • Carlo 2012/11/08 15:54:53
    Yes
    Carlo
    That was suppose to be a no. "Opps"
  • kateisgod 2012/11/08 02:01:39
    No
    kateisgod
    but not shocked.
  • Jack 2012/11/08 01:10:06
    No
    Jack
    Before the election, I knew Obama will win as he has the support of most of the ethnic groups of Americans unlike Mitt whose support came mostly from the whites.
  • sblondie Jack 2012/11/09 03:43:09
    sblondie
    What are you prejudice? I thought everyone was created equall.
  • Jack sblondie 2012/11/09 06:48:36
    Jack
    What is wrong with you then? Aren't Whites an ethnic group also?
  • Heptarch sblondie 2012/11/11 12:40:12
    Heptarch
    Where did he say that those groups weren't equal to whites?
  • bob h. 2012/11/07 23:00:39
    No
    bob h.
    +2
    Not at all. Robmey had no campaign except a sad character attack.
  • Illjwamh 2012/11/07 22:37:21
    No
    Illjwamh
    +1
    Not at all. I'm not a pollster, or a political analyst, but I am rather skilled at reading a situation, and every single state played out exactly like I thought it would.
  • srini 2012/11/07 22:17:18
    Yes
    srini
    As I would be had Devi Lal been PM of India (he came close once in 1989 as Deputy PM -- and then irked his boss in mid-1990 into making his last good decision ever, to fire Lal from that post and eject him from his party) and then been revoted in -- a point I shared with two of my colleagues (both H1-b holders).

    (and in the case of Devi Lal, his loyalty to India was questionable -- whereas 0bama has none to the US!)
  • pennie srini 2012/11/07 23:32:25
    pennie
    what the hell are you talking about....you must have had this conversation with yourself first and then started typing.
  • srini pennie 2012/11/08 01:28:12
    srini
    Have you ever used a search engine? You would have learned plenty!
  • JohnT srini 2012/11/09 16:56:24
    JohnT
    Regardless you can explain your position a little better. What does the PM of India have to do with Obama being re-elected? Some obscure connection? Don't get so high and mighty not everyone gives a damn about world politics.
  • pennie JohnT 2012/11/13 19:27:57
    pennie
    +1
    Thank you
  • pennie srini 2012/11/13 19:28:11
    pennie
    still dont know what your talking about
  • Jrogers 2012/11/07 21:37:31
    No
    Jrogers
    +3
    Nope - the Republicans shills spew hate - we are all getting a little tired of it
  • Lulu's Mom 2012/11/07 21:34:51 (edited)
    No
    Lulu's Mom
    +2
    Most of us knew it would turn out this way.
  • sblondie Lulu's Mom 2012/11/09 03:44:48
    sblondie
    Unfortunately
  • Golanv (Raven) 2012/11/07 21:31:03
    No
    Golanv (Raven)
  • sblondie Golanv ... 2012/11/09 03:45:37
    sblondie
    And that really sucks
  • sblondie sblondie 2012/11/09 03:47:43
    sblondie
    Scratch above
  • Golanv ... sblondie 2012/11/09 04:09:04
    Golanv (Raven)
    ??? My dreams are non partisan. I ask for information I am to know when I say my prayers before I sleep. I used to dream the weather, things like snow and ice storms, the blizzard of '93. I started dreaming elections in 2000. Then 9/11, Fukushima, the death of a friend whose daughter I would adopt. It is not always pleasant but is always a blessing to know ahead of time.
  • CTF 2012/11/07 21:09:40
    No
    CTF
    +2
    I've been saying it all along.... Obama was going to win.
  • sblondie CTF 2012/11/09 03:58:42
    sblondie
    And that really sucks. Maybe you should wake up and look around as USA has gone downhill. Empty houses and business's and way too many homeless. Take a look at New York and New Jersey. Where is our president the so called leader. Those cold starving people need some leadership and help but our leader is not giving it.
  • CTF sblondie 2012/11/09 06:08:47
    CTF
    Oh please, I've been awake for a long, long time. The fact of the matter is, we're further up the hill than we were 4 years ago in virtually every aspect. As for NY & NJ, you fail to realize how much worse they'd be under a Romney administration.... He did, after all, state that Federal Emergencies should be handled by the private sector. And in case you haven't noticed, the services people need the most (electricity & gasoline) run by the private sector.
  • pennie 2012/11/07 20:53:26
    No
    pennie
    +3
    Mitt blew his chance.....he didnt care and it showed along side his friends repulicans who also said bad things about women and so on.
  • PrettieReptar 2012/11/07 20:32:22
    Yes
    PrettieReptar
    But I won't be caught off guard in any future elections. After looking back at prior elections and now this one, I have lost faith in the American election system. I honestly believe the system is rigged/manipulated and as a result, won't be participating in it again.
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