Tip-Off for 11/7/12 (featuring Jadakiss and Anthony Hamilton): President Barack Obama goes back to back, routs Mitt Romney to win second term

(ABC Action News.com) 

The first family is headed back to 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.

Last night around 11:15, America got its answer.

Barack Hussein Obama was re-elected to serve a second term as President of the United States over Republican candidate Mitt Romney. The states Ohio and Pennsylvania were physically and financially taxing on the President’s campaign. The electoral votes from these two states proved pivotal in determining the election.  

Obama 2.0.

There will be no four and out.

President Obama’s approach to the 2012 election was smashmouth, a relentless ground game that carried his staff into the inner cities of America. These foot soldiers solicited votes in drug-infested neighborhoods and other places Mitt Romney’s team dare not tread. Obama’s campaign once again targeted the African-American and Latino vote, young voters and educated professionals in key states.

America responded with an all out blitz to the polls for both sides. Romney jumped out to an early lead as the polls in the Eastern time zone closed, but Obama gained momentum as the night wore on. Once projected victories in Pennsylvania and Ohio were confirmed, Team Obama just lined up for the victory formation and took a knee.

The Lineup:

Jake Locker may play Sunday (NFL.com).

Ole’ Miss students protest the re-election of Obama (Clarionledger.com).

Check your flight plans, another storm is on the way (Associated Press).

How Mitt Romney blew the election (The New Republic).

Michael Vick responds to his brother’s Twitter rant (In Flex We Trust).

Newt Gingrich comes clean (CNN).

Jesse Jackson Jr. wins re-election  (The Grio).

Republicans don’t have a demographic clue  (The Shadow League).

Nike Air ‘Flyposite’ (Nike Blog).

Jerry Jones continues to destroy the Dallas Cowboys  (The Jay Graves Report).




12 Responses to “Tip-Off for 11/7/12 (featuring Jadakiss and Anthony Hamilton): President Barack Obama goes back to back, routs Mitt Romney to win second term”

  1. ch555x says:

    Congrats to Obama/Biden and others! It made it just that more easier to tune out a lot of these talking heads/other pols on my teevee…O_o

  2. mapoui says:

    Obama wins! Get ready america..world. already Syria heats up, heading in the wrong direction.

    Marijuana props passes but not prop 37!

    Is america serious?

    the Marijuana development is nice forward movement. but you need lungs, functioning insides, to smoke, relax, enjoy.

    that’s not likely with GMO as the diet.

  3. mapoui says:

    The Repugs have no demographic clue…and if they did what…locked away in extreme ideological confines as they are?

    a dead party in a changed america. lie down is what they should do and finish with it.

    what do you do with the walking dead?

    throw dirt on them. that forces them to lie down and they never get up again.

    but Obama and the democrats are not much better off. they may think they are but they are not..as out of sync as the actually dead one, with current social reality…the stage of the day.

    as point for the fascist state the Democrats have a job to do: cutting the world to shape, to fit the anachronistic financial state.

    that’s a truly monstrous job in its entirety.. and Obama has gone a whole long way already, what with the legalising of assassination, NDAA, TSA, deletion of Habeas Corpus, Libya, Yemen,Somalia, Pakistan, Afghanistan…all his..plus invasion of Haiti and Africa proper, coups in Paraguay and Honduras, drones all over the place, murder everywhere

    our boy has been hideously active in the interest of empire but the meat of the work has now arrived.

    the real killing must now begin to save the world for the bankers…to make the social planet safe for finance.. to cut society and shape it just right, to maintain the Zionist class of predator, on top the human heap..whatever ultimately remains of it, as we slowly wend our way to the exit sign

    lets see how evil Obama’s heart really is. they gave him 4 more and his work is clear. does he have the heart and the guts to go all the way for the 1%?

    we will soon find out!

  4. mapoui says:

    And while we are at it: here is the real legacy of Nelson Mandella:


    and if one digs into this weeks BAR one can find Obama’s hand deep in the genocide in the Congo where, 6 millions of us have been killed so far by such as Paul Kagame and Yoweri Musaveni of Uganada, a devout christian.

    the behaviour of Black mis-leadership class, globally stuns more deeply every single day.

    where do we turn now at this late date, in the face of the total betrayal by those who for 500 years suffered under the yoke of of domination?

    Ordinary folk have one option remaining: spontaneous and comprehensive social revolutionary activity. but are the ordinary folk aware…or aware enough… of the nature current of the current social stage?

    the people of europe are moving. they are highly aware. Occupy is the states are aware but they have slowed. they may be seeking alternative options to the only one that’s available…take over by the people in their own collective interests

  5. Temple3 says:

    As far off as the Republicans are ideologically, they lost the popular vote by a mere 3M votes. That’s 2.4% of all votes cast.

    If you want a fairly clear assessment of the “Blunt Force” impact of the POTUS, consider this from the Philippines: http://www.sunstar.com.ph/bacolod/opinion/2012/11/08/ombion-obama-victory-and-his-reactionary-social-agenda-252230

  6. mapoui says:

    Still…according to figures I have seen, the quantity who voted in this election constituted 43% of the overall american electorate.

    45-46% of the votes cast this time does not suggest a growth spurt..nor does 55-57% on the other side.

    however cursory examination of the state of Republican politics, relative to observable demographic trends suggests that current , extreme republicanism is dying or dead.

    seems both Obama: less so..and Romney: more so.. so not meet much that is desired by ordinary Americans, the majority of whom as a result do not vote..did not vote this time around.

    the figures reveal also, a drop in electoral participation compared to the last presidential election in 2008

  7. Temple3 says:

    That demographic is dying…no doubt. I think my point fits nicely with yours. If the turn out was higher, that demographic would ALREADY be SIX FEET under. If the electoral turnout was at 65% or higher, it would be a wrap because those numbers would come from younger voters and from folks with a different agenda.

  8. mapoui says:

    “The late Russian leader Vladimir Illich Lenin was right in asserting during his leadership of the Russian revolution that “without a revolutionary idea the people are nothing, without a revolutionary party the struggle of the masses is uncertain of victory.”

    I don’t know about that!

    I don’t exactly know how Occupy is going lately, how it has developed over the last 6 months or so.

    Dumbing down and outsourcing jobs has a negative impact on spontaneity..but popular mobilization for ‘education’ can counter that..Occupy.

    But I do not trust any left party, do not see any expression of ‘vanguard party’ as viable or progressive option. the easiest thing to subvert and corrupt is a political party no matter how ideological or ‘committed’

    and if the party is not corrupted by the elites it will corrupt itself for in the end it must tax to pay for itself.

    the people in spontaneous movement must overthrow the established way, find and implement a way(s), create as they go ways society can be run effectively in the interest of all.

    seems impossible but there are no other options from the angle of the people hat can ensure an effective, thorough-going and complete revolutionary change to power of the people.

    in the process the people must/will transform themselves from working class to a developed people running society, by consuming the stage… putting it to work in all in its advance, using the surpluses for the full development of society as a whole, through the social framework or administrative process they create and set up to achieve this end.

    no political party, no matter how advanced will do this work. it would not be in their interest of the party to do so and it wont.

    we can see an example of this in Venezuela right now.

    I have no Idea where Chavez stands in the struggle between workers and ordinary people and bureaucracy/opportunist classes for whom the revolution is already over, and who insist that people/workers must know their place and do what they are told

    but the revolution is not over from the interest of the majority..far from it. but the parties are not working for the people. and they will have to break out of them soon enough!

  9. mapoui says:

    the revolutionary idea is natural, inherent in the relationship of classes in divided society. the people deal with it and its effects routinely.

    they do not need a vanguard party to tell them, to plan for them, to initiate revolutionary activity. the people do that anyway, start the ball rolling themselves.

    it is always arguable whether it was the work of the party that precipitated anything at all.

    if in previous times a revolutionary party was thought of as necessary, experience since 1917 has made all such contention very suspect

  10. mapoui says:

    oh jeez. sorry Temple3. I ranted of there.

    yes! your point fits and is well taken

  11. Temple3 says:

    You certainly did!! LOL.

    I’ve been known to do the same a time or two. It’s all good.