So if you're willing to stick with me and fight with me ... I guarantee you we will move this country forward. We will finish what we started. And we’ll remind the world just why it is the United States of America is the greatest nation on Earth." By US President Barack Obama who is one of the most powerful persons in the world.
Barack Obama, born in Honolulu, Hawaii on 4th of August, 1951, is the 44th president of United States of America. He became the first African-American to hold the president’s office. He graduated from Columbia University and Harvard Law School. His personal traits features answers to these questions:
How tall is Barack Obama? He is 6’1” tall and about the Barack Obama weight, he weighs around 80 kg. You can search over the web to know more about Barack Obama Weight, how tall is Barack Obama and other personal traits. What is his religion? He is a Christian by birth. He has two kids named Malia and Sasha from her wife Michelle Robinson. He is from the Democratic Party.
He earned the attention of US people in 2004 when he won the Senate Election. In 2008, he earned the presidential nomination from his Democratic Party further went on to winning the president’s election defeating Republican nominee John McGain. He took his office as a President on 20 January, 2009 and later went on to win the Nobel Peace Prize in October, 2009. He also became the first president who legalized the same sex marriages.
The Highlights of his tenure as a President are: Calling off US Military involvement in Iraq war, death of Osama Bin Laden and a treaty with Russia for arms control. To fight against the world wide recession in 2007-2009, Obama signed certain legislations: American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, 2009, Tax Relief Unemployment Insurance Reauthorization and Job Creation Act, 2010. Right from the start of his presidential career Barack Obama was keen on putting his weight on the development and growth of US.
Barack Obama wrote his first book in 1995 named as Dreams from My Father: A Story of Race and Inheritance which was re-published in August 2004. His second book was named as ‘The Audacity of Hope: Thoughts on Reclaiming the American Dream’ in 2006 and described his mother as a non-religious and father as an atheist. The book hit the number 1 charts on New York Times and Amazon.com in 2006. His third book: Of Thee I Sing: A Letter to My Daughters was published in 2010. It was described by the publisher in following words: a moving tribute to thirteen groundbreaking Americans and the ideals that have shaped our nation. His other two books feature Barack Obama in his own words (published in 2007) and Change We Can Believe In (Published in 2008).