An Obama ad campaign stated 47 million do not contain healthcare insurance. Obama’s plan solves this problem with a national healthcare system. He will make comparable rates as Americans in Congress. Small businesses will get tax credits to cover 50% of the cost of insuring their employees. Obama will make sure that healthcare insurance work for Americans, and small businesses, not drug companies. The national healthcare system will defiantly change the system for the better.
In his speech, “Remarks by the President in a National Address to America’s Schoolchildren,” Obama effectively argues his claim, that kids should go to school and try very hard to succeed to schoolchildren around the U.S. He effectively argues his claim because he uses supporting details and stories of students that have undergone tough situations, but still overcame those obstacles to succeed and school. Also, he is trying to tell kids that they should do well in school to get a good job and make a difference. He also uses rhetorical appeals to help with the supporting details. One of supporting evidence that he brought up was that if someone wants to become something such as a doctor, or lawyer you will need a good education to do
We all know the president as the leader of our country, but we never really consider the many things that encompasses. He must be a Chief of State, a Chief Executive, a Commander in Chief, a Chief Diplomat, a Chief Legislator, and other various smaller roles. The President has many roles to take on and must act as all of them possibly in any given week or day. Taking a look at four random weeks in The President’s schedule I am going to identify examples of the president executing these roles, explaining why he was more active in certain roles, and why some roles are absent during these weeks.
Essay about “ BACK TO SCHOOL “ This essay is about President Barack Obama’s speech “ Back to school “ which he held September 8th 2009 at the Wakefield High School in Arlington, Virginia. The overall message in the speech is whether young people are taking school serious and understand the importance of hard work. Not only for themselves but also for the future of the country.
Barrack Obama vs. Mitt Romney Introduction The current election between Barrack Obama and challenger Mitt Romney is about America's future based upon different visions. To fully understand these contrasting views requires examining the stance of each individual in areas such as: the candidate's vision of America, how they differ, the way
In specific, President Obama sought to assert his commitment in supporting economic recovery as well as growing the middle class in the United States. It follows the adverse economic conditions and thus, president Obama promised to offer liberation for the American families. Still, President Obama also used the speech to emphasize on his policies going forward including his foreign policy which
Presidential: A Rhetorical Analysis of the Modern Inaugural Address The presidential inauguration is uniquely sacramental: the peaceful transition of power is representative of the strength that has made the United States the oldest democracy on Earth. Every 4 years, a new or incumbent president delivers this address to the nation, setting forth the principles that will guide the new administration, and uniting the nation under shared commonplaces. Each president is given the opportunity to establish themselves as distinct from the presidents before them. In the past decade, we have seen two unique presidents with two drastically different visions of America deliver their message to the United States of America. While both call upon shared national values and the unity of the nation under difficult circumstances, they differ in terms of inclusion and diversity within America. Both presidents deliver compelling arguments that encourage the American people to serve their country in diverse ways.
The State of the Union The purpose of The State of the Union address speech is really for congress about the Presidents opinion and judgment on the country’s problems. The president addresses major pinpoints on what is really making the economy unsatisfactory. The speech is also for the audience to inform us what type of changes is being made, and to see if Changes that have been made. If congress does not show any effort about making the changes, the President can take matters into his/or her hands and override congress approval. (Article II, Sec. 3 U.S Constitution) states that “The President shall from time to time give to congress information of the State of the union and recommend to their Consideration such measures as he shall
America is still the land of opportunity and people still strive and succeed in their quest for self-improvement. And in no other aspect of America can this opportunity to succeed and their striving for betterment be as so clearly seen than in Americans obsession to achieve education at the highest levels. 94 percent of Americans believe that Education is important and 73 percent agree that higher education is “essential for getting a good job” (Source F). This symbolizes how Americans see education as the outlet to achieve affluence, success and a “better,” “high[er] quality of life” (source F). Furthermore, the many scholarships offered by schools, one of which mentioned by Obama in Source B, displays another aspect of the education system that provides opportunities for self-improvement, if earned through hard work, for an individual by providing a chance to obtain higher education no matter what background one comes from. In essence, education has become the primary path to achieve an improved standing on both a societal and individual
The constitution requires that the President inform Congress of the State of the Union, this takes the form of an annual State of the Union Address. This may not seem like much of a power, but the
President Obama supported his claim when he mentioned “that people’s frustration runs deeper than these most recent political battles.” “Making sure our economy works for every working American.” This is another statement that Obama has said to support his claim about Americans being frustrated with the current economy we now live in. Since this economy is frustrating to most Americans, it is
When first speaking, President Clinton spoke about the agent of change and how the United States should make change an ally and not an enemy. When referencing the presidency, Bill Clinton saw his stance as the lead facilitator in America’s desire to change. If anything were to change Americans needed to be more competitive in the century ahead, and, as president, he saw an opportunity to lead in a new direction of innovation, economic exuberance, and cultural progressiveness. President Clinton spoke about the strength of the American economy, but he also spoke on the roots of all that can be deemed “wrong” with the country. When he speaks of the failures of modern American business, inequality, and divisions amongst the citizens of the United States, this can be seen as the definition of the obstacles he wants to tackle as president. The biggest theme displayed in the earlier part of Clinton’s speech about his presidency was his desire of being a president for everyone. With the constant use of inclusive words
Move over, parents and teachers. Someone with even more authority wants to tell kids to work harder in school: the president of the United States of America. In 2009, in the first year of his presidency, Barack Obama opened the school year with a speech to students, asking them to
In his statement "real opportunity requires every American to get the education and training they need to land a good-paying job," President Obama emphasizes the paramount affect that job training and education has on the American economy. President Obama 's speech reflects a belief that for American citizens to continue to have opportunities, they must be trained for those opportunities. They must be trained for the
First of all, the Inaugural Address was the President Obama’s speech that was delivered to the crowds after the oath of office ceremony that took place at the West Front of the United States. It was a brief speech that captivated a lot of matters that concern the American citizens exclusively and the world inclusively in simple and complex language. The language in the speech mostly was flawless and applicable to the audience, who was the public, since he was using every day vocabulary. Therefore,