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Saturday, April 25, 2009

An early look at Pres. Barack Obama's first 100 days

While some people call
Obama the Super President, as many democrats begin to toast Obama's 100 days, from all indications, President Barack Obama has used his first 100 days to build a foundation. The American people, tired of George W. Bush and the Republicans, feel the US is on the right course. This as some news outlets are passing judgment while others are reviewing the many promises that Barack Obama made and how his first 100 days stack up. For black folks, just like all Americans, we see rising hopes, and partisan politics.

There are still those rags who wonder Why Is President Obama So Frakkin' Popular?
writing pieces on why Obama doesn't care about yoo. There are even playa haters who want to say from out of country, Obama's sprint will now become a slog

Well, Obama is hearing none of it. The Obama administration highlights many accomplishments on the White House website, as Americans debate his first 100 days.

No one can debate that President Barack Obama has been in perpetual motion. Yet, there are some news outlets that report, Obama's first 100 days littered with broken promises.

My gut says, no one is listening to the noise at this point, as Obama job approval rating is above 60%. The fact of the matter is polls are showing that the public thinks highly of Obama He appears to be turning peril into possibility, well so says the Washington Post. Barack Obama's wife, Michelle Obama is riding high, you see, Michelle Obama is now more popular than Barack with a 79% approval rating. There are questions regarding Barack Obama's high approval ratings and will it last?

The fact is Obama has the highest approval rating in 20 years. All that said, in many ways, John King at CNN is right, Barack Obama's second 100 days will be the bigger test for Obama.
The bottom line is President Barack Obama at 100 Days has strong job approval and even higher personal ratings. Yes, Obama is more popular than his policies; Bad News for GOP

Check out some of the Key events in Obama's first 100 days.

The Barack Obama administration highlights many accomplishments on the White House website. Here are just a few of them:


Omnibus Public Lands Management Act

Signed: Tuesday, Mar. 30, 2009

Small Business Act Temporary Extension

Signed: Tuesday, Mar. 19, 2009

American Recovery and Reinvestment Act

Signed: Tuesday, Feb. 17, 2009

DTV Delay Act

Signed: Wednesday, Feb. 11, 2009

Children’s Health Insurance Reauthorization Act

Signed: Wednesday, Feb. 4, 2009

Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act

Signed: Thursday, Jan. 29, 2009



Executive Order Establishing The White House Office Of Health Reform


Executive Order Creating the White House Council on Women and Girls


Removing Barriers to Responsible Scientific Research Involving Human Stem Cells


Amending Executive Order 13390


Executive Order: Establishment of the White House Office of Urban Affairs


Executive Order: Use of Project Labor Agreements for Federal Construction Projects


Presidential Executive Order Establishing the President's Economic Recovery Advisory Board


Executive Order - Further Amendments To Executive Order 12859,Establishment Of The Domestic Policy Council


Executive Order: Further Amendments to Executive Order 12835, Establishment of the National Economic Council


Amendments to Executive Order 13199 and Establishment of the President's Advisory Council for Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships

Yet, with all of the above done. Ron Paul just may be right.

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