DAY'S END ROUNDUP

FROM THE BLOGS:

After Obama win, calls for secession pour in (again)

President Obama’s victory last week has outraged some citizens and apparently leaving them with no other option but to secede, says Mother Jones’ Asawin Suebsaeng.

Yep: Eric Holder to stay on as Obama’s attorney general
The White House is failing to learn from their mistakes as Obama announces he is holding onto attorney general Eric Holder, and ambassador Susan Rice, according to Hot Air’s Erika Johnsen.

The Petreaus affair becomes an episode of 'Scandal'
According to Slate’s Aisha Harris, the controversy surrounding General Petreaus has reached cinematic proportions, worthy of a soap opera.

Obama press conference provides stonewalls on Benghazi and Petreaus
After five months since his last press conference, Obama came out today avoiding the questions reporters threw at him, and failed to give specifics on raising taxes, according to Breitbart’s Ben Shapiro.

OTHER NEWS SOURCES:

Obama plans to meet with Romney soon
In an effort to show bipartisanship, Obama is planning to meet with Gov. Romney before the end of the year and confer ideas, reports The Hill’s Justin Sink.

Paul rips big government in farewell

After 23 years in office, Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas) gave a farewell speech on the House floor, where he took the opportunity to criticize big government and talk about the ‘morality crisis’ facing the U.S., reports The Hill’s Pete Kasperowicz.