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MANILA, Philippines – President Barack Obama won four more years at the White House after defeating Republican rival Mitt Romney in a hotly contested election Tuesday night (Wednesday Manila time).

Below are pictures posted on Twitter by Obama supporters, expressing their elation over the outcome of the 2012 US elections:

President Barack Obama holds wife Michelle in a tight embrace.

President Barack Obama holds wife Michelle in a tight embrace.


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  • Expatnyc

    TOTAL VINDICATION!!!!!!!!

    To all the trolls spewing venomous and disparaging comments about President Obama… IT’S TIME TO SWALLOW THE BITTER PILL OF DEFEAT!!!!

    Anong Say Nyo…..   Sa mga talunan…. too bad!

    It’s time for you guys to go back to the holes you’ve been living… and for us Democrats…. It’s PARTY TIME!!!!!! 

    • sanjuan683

      hahahahahaha di bali talo panalo naman sa LOTTO sa iyo na yan maitim mo Obama. hahahahaha

  • ron paul

    4 more years of SORROW…. good luck declining US way of life… bwahahahaha…. worst is yet to come…. hey republicans in the HOUSE… block every policy of Obama… or else you will collapse too early… bwahahahaha

    • tra6Gpeche

      Kabayan, any loser will be dying inside. I would probably have the same feeling. However, you are asking the Republicans in the House to block every policy of the re-elected US President, Mr. Obama. These Republicans are Americans and I am sure that many of them are for the interest of America and the American people. If they decide to do it your way, they will definitely not win the White House in 2016. The American voters are very intelligent.

      • sanjuan683

        hahahahaha bakit may intelligent din nauuto akala mo bobo lang. hahahahahahaha

      • tra6Gpeche

        You might be right there, kabayan!



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