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Thursday, November 8, 2012

Obama l 'Other four years, the best is to come' Fitch and Moody's, down 'triple-A debt or goodbye


''Four More Years'' The slogan 'come true': Barack Obama Vice challenge against Mitt Romney remains in the White House, promising - between the cheers of his America and compliments raining all over the world - that'' the best is yet to come ' '. The opponent recognizes the defeat, after an 'Election Day' marked by suspense, with a serratissimo head to head at the end - waiting for the final results - see 332 electors on the side of Obama, compared to 206 for Romney. The President receives 50% of the popular vote, two points more 'opponent. Numbers now taken for granted, although it is still an open count in Florida (where, however improbable last-minute surprises would move the numbers but not the result). Obama and 'spun so' more 'smoother than expected, avoiding dangerous and feared draws and recounts. To prove decisive - as expected on the eve - Ohio: got the victory in this state and 'just wait for the results of the States of West Coast (from California to Washington), and the threshold of the 270 voters required for the coveted victory and 'exceeded. With Romney after conquering the southern states, he waited until the last minute to acknowledge defeat, calling for'' Obama wish the President, the First Lady and their daughters all the best. Are very difficult times for our great nation, I will pray his success'' in the interest of the country, he said pointing to supporters gathered at the headquarters in Boston, where he was a deathly silence fell. In a climate that had nothing to do with Chicago and the McCormick Center erupted in an ovation that revived the obamiani emotions than four years ago. Mr.President appears with the same determination and inspiration in 2008, despite the enormous effort.Takes the stage with his wife and two daughters who never forgets in his speech: Watch Sasha and Malia and says of being 'proud'. '' You're getting nice and strong as the'' mother, Michelle continues turning to her:'' I love you, America loves you.'' It also does not miss a beat daughters:'' I believe that a dog is enough ...''. Then part of the role:'' I go back to the White House more 'determined than ever,'' promises reserving the best for the new term, no longer' obsessed by the prospect of a new campaign. A mandate that will not be 'easy to live up to the promises: the U.S. or produce a split Congress, with the Senate Democrats and House Republicans that reaches out to find'' compromises necessary to carry out the country.'' Meanwhile, the U.S., the day after Election Day, also making progress on some thorny social issues. And thanks to the referendum held in conjunction with the voting legalize gay marriage in the state of Maine and the use of marijuana, for recreational purposes, in Colorado and in Washington State. But no breakthrough comes on the death penalty in California that the state decides not to delete.
Mitt Romney won , as expected, the three major constituents of Alaska , the last U.S. state to have closed the seats. This was reported by CNN and the counting is still going on.President Barack Obama won 303 electoral college, and the Republican candidate 206, while still lacking the final results of Florida (29 electors).
The results of Florida - one of those decisive in the race for the White House - are not yet known . Missing the tabs in the county of Miami-Dade, where are still to be counted about 20,000 cards. This was reported by the Miami Herald, citing local authorities according to which an announcement on who won in Florida could arrive in the next few hours, even if the information to be checked - feel - are contained in thousands of pages.
FITCH WARN, DEFICIT CUTS OR TRIPLE A FAREWELL USA- While the issue of 'fiscal cliff' will not be resolved, the United States risks losing the top rating of 'Triple A' in 2013. The Fitch says in a statement, adding that Obama "the challenge is to implement a credible plan to reduce the deficit needed to support the economic recovery."
MOODY'S WARNS, OR ESTABLISH A DEBT DOWNGRADE - Moody's warns the U.S.: if you do not stabilize the debt will lose its rating. This was communicated by Moody's, according to a report the agency Bloomberg. Everything will depend on the speed of debt reduction.
IN 2008 - Obama recapture the White House, but the fight with Mitt Romney lost several positions in the account of the Great voters in 2008, when he took 53% of the popular vote, they won 365 and today, even if in Florida as seems likely, will go to the Democrats, the president will stop at 332. His challenger in 2008, John McCain (46%), won only 173 electors: Romney better than he, with 206. In particular, Romney managed to snatch two states to the Democrats who voted in majority for Obama in 2008, or the Indian (11 electors) and North Carolina (15). In 2008, U.S. President Obama was elected with the highest number of votes, with about 66 million consensus. In 2012, only reaches to touch the 59, according to the latest figures available.

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