India And China 's President Of The United States

1553 Words Jan 13th, 2016 7 Pages
Barack Obama, the President of the United States since 2009, proposed multiple bills during his speech, “State of the Union 2011”, to help improve the economy, education, job rate, and deficit (Obama). Obama Stated, “We need to out-innovate, out-educate, and out-build the rest of the world,” which was said to help encourage the audience to help improve the way we think, teach, and even learn (Obama). Throughout many years, the United States has become deeper in debt; therefore, Obama decided to help our country prosper more by taking responsibility for our deficit and helping to reduce it (Obama). In the beginning of the speech, India and China were referenced in relation to education and how they have begun teaching children sooner, longer, and more in the areas of science and math in order to compete in the world (Obama). In this day and age we live in a world of technology that is only beginning to take off. Technology will soon be the center of everything and the only way to compete is to win in means of having technology, knowing how to work technology, and gaining more information about technology for better use (Obama). During the speech Obama uses pathos, logos, and archetypes to persuade the audience in helping to progress the United States.
Historical Background
During his high school years in Hawaii, Barack Obama was given the nickname of “Barry O’Bomber” on his basketball team for his long-range jumping (Davis). He was an avid reader and had a passion for…
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