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Students react to Obama’s 2nd term Re-election divides students Carl J. Bachus | Collegio Reporter After months of gaffes, embarrassing quotes and straight-answer-dodging debates, the final curtain fell on the 2012 presid buy cialis lowest price ential campaign with the American public re-electing President Barack Obama. As the election year atmosphere begins to fade, PSU students weighed in on Tuesday night’s results. “I yelled out, ‘No!’” said Samantha Gentry, undeclared freshman. “The first clue was how close the election was that evening. When they tallied the popular vote and called Ohio, I cringed.” It seems that Gorillas are as polarized as the rest of the country when it comes to the president. Some students were…

Who won? That’s debatable

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Marcus Clem | Collegio Reporter After President Obama stumbled in his first meeting with former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, he was desperate for an equalizer in the next contest. The nation watched to see if he would succeed. Failure co cialis without prescription online uld have sealed the advantages Romney gained in the first debate and would have made it difficult to get re-elected. “Everyone should watch,” said Britnee Pond, sophomore in premedical biology and biochemistry. “It is our responsibility as Americans to be as informed as possible when we go to the polls.” Obama and Romney participated in a “town hall” debate at Hofstra University in Hempstead, N.Y. The event put the candidates in…