To keep the American tradition, President Obama signed an executive order requiring the loser of the Presidential election to leave the country. Obama stated "No Matter who that loser is".
Bernie is now posting his best poll numbers of the campaign to date. He's only 4 points behind in Iowa and gaining, solidly ahead in New Hampshire, and has national momentum, too. What Sanders needed to do Sunday night was maintain that momentum, continue his appeal to liberal base voters, and blunt any attacks that Clinton might be tempted to unleash at him. He accomplished all of that, even if he didn't give a focused, dominant performance. His release of his single-payer financing details denied Clinton a major attack line, he avoided getting bogged down in guns (clearly his worst issue from the Democratic base's perspective), and he struck an tone that made him seem relatively above the fray as Clinton tried out various critiques targeting
With the Republican Party on an urgent mission to woo Latino voters, one of its leading presidential candidates has been enmeshed for two weeks in a nasty feud over his inflammatory comments about Mexican immigrants.
The women’s march was not organized to unseat Mr. Trump as president of the United States. The purpose of the inevitable protest was to serve as a wake up call for the president to make his decisions henceforth based on evidence, reports and studies, but not mere sentiments. The rhetoric during the campaign activated the panic button in those protesters. Now that Trump is president, his success is our success as a nation (economy, immigration, terrorism). Nonviolent protests (Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.) organized to draw attention to our pains and struggles strengthen our democracy. Let’s pray for the new president for wisdom to lead this great nation and give him a chance.
Clinton uses imagery again to help her audience imagine some of the hardships women around the world face. She describes some of the specific problems and difficulties women face when she says "At this very moment, as we sit here, women around the world are giving birth, raising children, cooking meals, washing clothes, cleaning houses, planting crops, working on assembly lines, running companies, and running countries..." Clinton uses this sentence to create an image of the variation of the duties that women perform around the world. Some women are successful enough to be able to run companies and countries, while others are stuck with only being able to perform basic duties, like washing clothes, cooking meals, giving birth, raising children, etc. Next she explains how women don't have equality by explaining some of the rights they are being denied, she states "They are being denied the right to go to school by their own fathers and brothers. They are being forced into prostitution and they are being barred from the bank lending offices and banned from the ballot boxes." She explains in detail some of the difficulties
Good evening and Happy Eid everyone. Hope all is well with each and every one of us. I would like to clear myself once for all. I do not wish to get involved in America's Elections once again. And I don't think he wants otherwise. He helped me do everything possible earning the responsibility of being America's Vice President. I guess our best for wasn't good enough for Hillary and the rest of the Clinton's loving family. Bruce and I were extremely surprised, when the Clinton's called me for an interview. Hillary, Chelsea, Huma, and I have been knowing each other since the time began at the States of Illinois, Arkansas, and Michigan all the way to America's House. Read my lips, since I am being the better half of Angela and Her Excellency of
In the beginning you believe that this woman has a gun to protect herself from the intruder, when it suddenly disappears to represent how Hillary took them away. Ofte times women are weaker than men and are at more of a risk of being attacked. This advertisement shows that a woman is capable of using a gun to defend herself if the government allows it. Because of this, this ad reaches out to women who are often home alone or feel unsafe where they live. It makes them think about what could happen if they themselves wind up in the same situation as the woman in the commercial. This could persuade them to vote against Hillary so that the option to have a gun still
During the election between Lyndon B. Johnson and Barry Goldwater, there was tension due to the Cold War. Goldwater supported the use of nuclear weapons while others did not agree. Johnson used some of Goldwater’s statements against him to persuade the voters that his intentions for this country were menacing. The advertisement illustrated how the United States would look promoting nuclear weapons, if his opponent was president. This became a focused attack towards Goldwater. Audiences possibly viewed him as a threat and panicked that it would result to violence and more wars. This clip can possibly be the reason why Johnson won the election, seeing that he gave misleading information on his fellow candidate. The advertisement was quick and
This video is shaped in rectangular form which is how most videos are shaped. The text at the bottom of the screen is white with a black background. White amplifies cleanliness and has a positive connotation then, the black on the other hand means negative connotation and has a sorrowful feel to it. This commercial gets your attention fastly by showing devastation of homes, schools, and roads. The music playing is a very sad and
It is very common among the United States’ political sphere to rely heavily on T.V. commercials during election season; this is after all the most effective way to spread a message to millions of voters in order to gain their support. The presidential election of 2008 was not the exception; candidates and interest groups spent 2.6 billion dollars on advertising that year from which 2 billion were used exclusively for broadcast television (Seelye 2008.) Although the effectiveness of these advertisements is relatively small compared to the money spent on them (Liasson 2012), it is important for American voters to think critically about the information and arguments presented by these ads. An analysis of the rhetoric in four of the political
Trump’s campaign chose to design the ad around the illegal activities and scandals in the news from Hillary Clinton, specifically focusing on her private email controversy. This topic is not secret to anyone with access to a tv, radio, or internet; however, the facts can get confusing. Joshua Voshees, writer for Slater
In 2008 Barack Obama ran for president against John McCain. Obama used an advertisement that targeted everyone who wanted to vote. Even though he is a democratic candidate his advertisement was directed towards everyone. During the advertisement there is a narrator that describes how Obama did so many good things after he graduated from Harvard Law School . A professor from Harvard explained how Obama was an inspiration to him. The the narrator explains how Obama brought republicans and democrats together to cut taxes for workers and get health care for children. Then a republican senator speaks about how successful Obama has been. After a democratic US senator explains how Obama helped get difficult bills get passed. At the end of the advertisement
The ad claims that Jeb Bush would be the best President out of the candidates that ran.
Claim: In this ad, it lists off many of Bernie Sanders political achievements throughout his life which helps the commercial to tell you why you should vote to Bernie. The ad claims that a vote for Bernie Sanders will lead you to a "future to believe in."
The ad started with, “Decades of lies, cover-ups and scandal have finally caught up with Hillary Clinton”. When he said this in the ads many American were stone and wanted to know more about Hillary. With the public curiosity going up every day the second investigation had open on Hillary about her Email. This time around, it was because of pervert Anthony Weiner, the F.B.I found her emails on Weiner’s laptop. This ad was