is added to the list of "people" to financially support for the American presidential: the American actor has given a million dollars for one of the groups supporting the re-election campaign of the outgoing president. "President Obama has done an excellent job in circumstances historically difficult", justified the actor an Oscar in a statement, according to his spokesman Stan Rosenfeld. "It has put an end to the war in Iraq, has put in place laws to reform Wall Street, he saved the automotive industry and protects the right to health of all Americans", continued Morgan Freeman, who has carried out its donation to the group Priorities USA Action, who supports Barack Obama. "He has led our nation to be more tolerant and has placed two women experienced to the Supreme Court" (Sonia Sotomayor and Elena Kagan), adds the actor, who had won an Oscar in 2005 for her role in "Million Dollar Baby". Bill Burton, who is at the head of Priorities USA Action, thanked in a tweet Morgan Freeman for its "generosity". Other personalities from the world of the show have already made significant donations to Priorities USA Action: the boss of Dreamworks Animation, , has thus been given two million dollars the year past and the filmmaker has contributed to height of $100,000 , according to the internet site opensecrets.org. Morgan Freeman had itself plays a role of president of the United States in the movie "Deep Impact" in 1998.