Wednesday, November 7, 2012 – 10:25 a.m.

A heavily-divided America has given President Barack Obama another chance.

The President was reelected with a solid electoral college, but narrow popular vote margin.

Voters decided on Obama over Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney on Tuesday night.

Exit polls show voters, who supported Obama, blame President George W. Bush for the bad economy. Not Obama.

Pre-election polls showing Democrat turnout to likely be at 7-point advantage or higher were correct.

Frankly, Republicans were vastly out-voted and outspent.

The question is how much longer can the government afford to give voters “things”?