Obama were in Obamas favor, giving him a

Obama was the
President of the United States he became president on January 20 2009. Obamas
first term was about the global financial crisis. Obama was the first African
American President of the united states. He was known for talking about tax
cuts, global financial crisis, health care and more. The 2008 election was the
56th quadrennial election. Obama ran as a democrat and john McCain ran is a
republican. On November 4, 2008, “52.9 percent of votes were in Obamas favor,
giving him a decisive victory” (27 James). Obama beat McCain in the popular
vote and the college vote. Obamas vote amount was 69.5 the highest a president
ever gotten. Obama signed “the Lilly Ledbetter fair pay act of 2009 and the
children’s health insurance program and won approval from congress budget resolution”
(James 29). This reform helped families with the unfair and inappropriate wage
gap. Obama was breaking the bush administration except the troops in right he
continued through on bush’s Iraq withdraw of troops. The troops withdraw began
in December of 2007 and completely ended in 2011. He supports the united
nations on sexual orientation and gender identity by lifting the seven-year ban
on funding for embryonic stem research, and he closed the Guantanamo bay
detention camp in Cuba. Sixty-five percent of people agreed on what Obama was
doing and twenty-nine percent disapproved according to a survey done on April.
One of the biggest things Obama has done is the Protection and Affordable Care
Act or also known as Obamacare. State congress signed a law by Obama on march
twenty third 2010. The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act helped
estimated about twenty to twenty-four million people. The law said to improve
healthcare costs and improve quality. The Barack Obama Administration was
chartered as a tax increases on higher income Americans and designed to fund
healthcare. On April fifteen 2010 the space policy of Barack Obama administration
announced to increase funding for NASA (National Aeronautics and Space
Administration) by six billion dollars over five years.