Regardless, what makes you think things would have been any different under Romney? The president is just a figure head with limited powers. The purse strings and law enactors are in the Congress. With the Senate, they're suppose to work in tandem for the best interests of the country. Some people believe they don't and others resign themselves to the reality that they're doing what they can, in an ever changing world, dependent on a world economic conditions that we're undeniably a part of, plain and simple.<quoted text> romney only needed less than another 10% of the Hispanic vote to beat obama,which let's you know it only makes a difference when other Americans are divided,let's face the truth if white people hand voted unanimously for romney the way latinos did for obama We would be call romney our chief in commander,are you going to dispute that?this racism We latinos have demonstrated will come back to bite us in the ass,show some respect towards all Americans,especially those white folks who made the real difference in putting that liar back in the white house.
The win over Romney was decisive, with both the electoral and popular vote secured. 2016 won't reflect any different, unless conservatives and Republicans alike start singing a much more friendlier tune to Hispanics and other important voting blocks.