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    Posted August 5, 2009 by
    RanyFreeman
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    iReport card: Second 100 days

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    I give President Barack Obama ( B+ ) in his 200 Day Report Card. My reasons to this evaluation based heavily on main three points:

     

    1-   Fixing United States Images around the world, especially in the Muslim World and his Historic Cairo Speech.

    2-   His attempts and efforts towards a healthcare reform in the U.S. and using the media and internet to have a public debate and dialogue on the issue.

    3-   The innovative ideas and methods he used to solve various issues such as the recent “Beer Summit” in an attempt to overcome a racial problem.

     

    I didn’t give him an A because of the following three reasons:

     

    1-   His wrong or confused choices early in his Presidency during hiring his administration.

    2-   Not being able to provide a better plan to solve the U.S. and Global economic crises comparing to other World leaders such as Gordon Brown in the UK for example.

    3-   Not showing/avoiding a strong commitment to push for reform and freedoms around the World, especially in the Middle East.

     

    I am still expecting much much more from what he did promise during his campaign and I think he is capable of to deliver!

     

     

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