Politics & Government

July 16, 2010 5:04 PM

Obama's done a lot, but gets little credit for it; why?

Step by step, President Barack Obama is building a record of major legislation that's sure to make a mark on history. The most sweeping financial regulation since the Great Depression. A vast expansion of health care, which Democrats had wanted for more than six decades. An $862 billion stimulus package that locked in long-sought Democratic priorities. Yet his job-approval rating remains low. Why doesn't he get any credit?

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