Some people were calling for a Jeezy remix of “My President is Black”, but I’d prefer LL to come out with “Obama said knock you out.” Barack Obama came out early dropping bombs and got Mitt Romney out of there by midnight. Also the night revealed that marijuana is now legal in Colorado and Washington and same-sex marriage was passed in Maryland. We’re seeing a new nation unfold before our eyes and twitter is telling the story.
Peyton Manning invested in Papa John's in Colorado right before Marijuana is legalized...They don't call him an anticipator for no reason.— Christopher Hansen (@ChrisHansenNFL) November 7, 2012
Yes, that’s exactly how that works.
So wait, do the GOPers who are moving to Canada now just swap houses with the dems that moved there when Bush was re-elected?— Brandon McCarthy (@BMcCarthy32) November 7, 2012
About what you can expect from a guy who throws helmets.
NooooooBama!!!!...Thas ok another qualude & another & another & another...please, just legalize weed so we can all get thru these nxt 4 yrs!— Kyle Turley (@KyleTurley) November 7, 2012
It was ugly.
I swear that Karl Rove is about to get into a fistfight. This is amazing. You can taste the underlying venom and bile.— Chris Kluwe (@ChrisWarcraft) November 7, 2012
People celebrate when they win without steroids.
Bunch of clowns dancing in Obama campiagn like if they won the world series— Jose Canseco (@JoseCanseco) November 7, 2012
I’m behind this.
I will vote for who ever can open a chic-fil-a on Sunday!— eric barton (@ericbarton50) November 7, 2012
This is really nice of you, Donald.
Whoever wins today, remember that tomorrow we still have a country struggling. Our work is not done until America is strong again.— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 6, 2012
Damn, you switched up quickly.
We can't let this happen. We should march on Washington and stop this travesty. Our nation is totally divided!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 7, 2012
No migraines this time, Scotty?
Now make sure the Kings stay in Sacramento.
Finally got a chance to tweet what a night! So proud to have been a small part of helping the president get elected— Kevin Johnson (@KJ_MayorJohnson) November 7, 2012