What has Obama done to help our country?

Don't get me wrong, I don't dislike Obama. However, all I here is that he hasn't done anything to help our country. I always try to argue that he is a good president, but, truth is, I don't really know what all he has done. Please enlighten me. please don't answer if you're going to say he's done nothing or he's a horrible president.

Asked By: - 8/8/2011
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1. Saved the collapse of the American automotive industry by making GM restructure before bailing them out, and putting incentive money to help the industry... More
Answered By: WildCard - 8/8/2011
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Honestly he's done nothing to help our country. More like ruin it.
Answered By: aquateen116 - 8/8/2011
Answered By: TBII - 8/8/2011
It depends on your beliefs. All I see is the NYSE got rapped today along with all word markets and a lot of debt.
Answered By: Questioner - 8/8/2011
...Not a d**n thing ! he's an un accomplished, narcissistic, egotistical, ultra Liberal, neo Socialist ! (and) a tax and waste, Nanny State, entitlement PIMP ! ...America needs Obama about as much as Custer needed another Indian !
Answered By: Cutting thru the Bull Schyt - 8/8/2011
The main thing is he kept us out of another republican great depression.
Answered By: Jean - 8/8/2011
If he has done anything to help our country, someone please tell me. I am at a total loss on this one. I admit, I don't know.
Answered By: First Last - 8/8/2011
if he drowned the teafreaks that would be helpful. He HAS tried to be a useful being but the rich agenda prevents him from being heard
Answered By: Elizabeth - 8/8/2011
Wild card, strange way of thinking. The word Help infers good. As in what good things did he do for the country... More
Answered By: x x - 8/8/2011
Trouble is, you don't know for sure until years later. The 2 things I think were wrong were not giving the stimulus money to those who would stimulate the economy by buying as demanded - the people! - and bailing out corporations that should have gone under. Attention should be turned to Wall Street and banks... I... More
Answered By: Connie Olinger - 8/8/2011
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