Obama victory means happy happy joy joy for some, others are meh

by Especial Correspondents on November 8, 2012 in El Now, Pocho Ñews Service

The reelection of President Barack Obama is news around the world, too, so POCHO Ñews Service PNS sent reporters out on the street to gather reactions from colorfully-dressed pedestrians who consented to interviews and photos without compensation.

Here’s what they had to say:

Pensioner Yoko Matsutake of Kyoto, Japan (shown here practicing Tai Chi in the park) said “Obama-san ichiban, neh? He needs to eat more rice and fish too skinny only kale.”
Barack Abu-Sulam from Kenya’s Lake District was disappointed with the negligible performance of Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein. “The world could use a Jewish mother AND Jewish doctor as president,” he told PNS. “Maybe she can help me improve my hat to keep out the UFO mind control beams.”
María Luisa de León from the state of Michoacán, MX, deported twice trying to cross over to work a grossly-underpaid and very dangerous job in Iowa, was disappointed. “I was hoping George W. Bush would win, since he was the last president who started immigration reform.”
Nowruz Altalezad of Karzai Estates (A Gated Community), Kabul, Afghanistan, followed the campaign very closely via Voice of America shortwave. “I wanted the Romney, because, you know, he has many wives,” he said, according to a marginally-reliable translator.  “You Americans deserve to live in Hell just like me.”

PHOTOS: Yoko | Barack | Maria.

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