Tonight, President Barack Obama is re-elected to another four years as President of the United States. After months of campaigning, billions of dollars spent, three unusually intense debates and several thousand television ads aired, the almost to close to call election turned in to a big win for Obama. Today ushers in a new era in history, for America and the world.
With less than one week to go until the Presidential election, campaigning from both sides has eased a bit as the destruction from Hurricane Sandy takes center stage. During the severe storm Governor Romney and the President put campaigning on hold to focus on more important matters. Romney was back in Florida today giving speeches while Mr. Obama performed his Presidential duties and surveyed East Coast damage with New Jersey Governor Chris Christie.
If you live in the United States, chances are very good that you have heard GOP Presidential candidate Mitt Romney talk about the 12 million new jobs he will create if he is elected. He talks about it a lot, and he is certain he can do it. Romney claims that his 25 years of business experience is what the country needs and is what will enable him to create so many jobs and increase American's take home pay. Sounds pretty ambitious. But wait, it's not.