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  • Current State of the Union; Analysis of a Political Cartoon Regarding Barak Obama

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    during Obamas presidency. It is safe to say that the description of a “sound” nation did not make a connection with many Americans. It left people with more of a sense of confusion to what the actual situation stands to be. That situation, the current state of our union, would more appropriately be described as upsetting. Especially when being described by the current president of over five years who promised to better our nation. Gary McCoy’s drawing depicts the not so serious response to Barack Obama’s

  • Rhetorical Analysis Of Barack Obama Speech

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    Take responsibility The President of the United States of America, Barack Obama held a speech at Wakefield High School in Arlington, Virginia on September 8, 2009, in connection with the first day of school. He held the speech in order to discuss the importance of an education with the clear message of the responsibility you have to yourself and the expectations the nation have for you followed by the sentence; “if you quit on school - you’re not just quitting on yourself, you’re quitting on your

  • The War of Planet Zoggar, Story Excerpt

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    Zog was mad at Barack Obama because Barack wanted to take over Zoggar and make it his moon. Meanwhile, on the Earth, Barack Obama was feeling annoyed because an alien named Zog wanted to keep his planet and not let Earth have a moon. So Barack yelled at his secretary Bobby to get Lord Zog on the universal phone. “Hello Zog, how are you doing? Have you thought of giving up your planet yet? None of your people will die and all you have to do is move them to Pluto.” stated Obama. “That is very funny

  • Rhetorical Analysis Of President Obama 's Speech

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    In his 2009 Inaugural Address, President Barack Obama gave an impassioned speech filled with extended metaphors along the lines of movement, travel, and a journey. In fact, much of his economic language throughout the first 100 days of his presidency followed this theme. Obama’s use of these metaphors served to characterize the economic crisis, unite the American people, and frame his perspective on the role of the presidency. Thus, through analysis of his rhetoric, we learn that metaphors really

  • Skin Color and Barrack Obama Essay

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    prime example of color. Obama comes from humble roots and has worked himself to he top with dedication and hard work. Barrack represents every minority in America who thinks they aren’t good enough and cannot achieve. Well, he is living proof they are wrong. In fact, even the way he was born shows color. Obama is considered of mixed heritage. His father, Barrack Sr, was from Kenya and through hard work was able to earn a scholarship to the University of Hawaii ("Barack Obama Featured Biography.")

  • Barack Obama Research Paper

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    that Barack Obama is not a hero I beg the differ. Barack Obama fought for the civil rights for all people. To him it does not matter to him what race or ethnicity to him we are all equal. He wants to turn the American Dream into a reality for all people. He graduated from law school and he also has the title of “The First African American President”. When he set his mind to something Barack Obama tries his best and will do anything to reach his goal. As for collage Barack Obama wanted

  • The Role of the President of the United States of America: Barack Obama

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    and its allies. Barack Obama made his history in 2008, when he became the first African American president. This essay will look at his background, his run for president, his achieves, future plans for America, and my opinion as a British citizen. Barack Hussein Obama II was born in 1961, in Honolulu, Hawaii. He is the son of Ann Dunham and Barack Obama Sr. His mother a white American citizen from Kansas and his father a black African foreign student studying in Hawaii. Barack Sr left Hawaii to

  • Barack Obam A New Leader

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    choosing a president is based on great leaders of the country over many years since the beginning. Ironically, Barack Obama does not meet any of these principles of a good leader. Obama is one of the most controversial presidents of all time because of his personal background, passed laws, and debatable decisions. Barack Obama is often questioned when talking about his background. Barack Hussein Obama II was born in August 4, 1961, in Honolulu, Hawaii. He grew up with his sister, Maya Soetoro-Ng, mother

  • How the Life of Barack Obama Inspires

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    away”(“Barack Obama Biography”.1). This quote gives a small insight and overview on how Barack Obama’s biographies, speeches, and other quotes such as the one above were inspired by his average childhood with having an absent father, his parents separated at a young age and living with his maternal grandparents. His early careers beginning as an organizer, starting politics and later becoming a senator. Lastly with his adventurous travels with his transits to Kenya, Indonesia, and Chicago. Barack Obama’s

  • Barack Obama Examined Through an Adlerian Framework Superiority Striving

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    Obama described how much he had conflict with adapting to his own social perceptions, multiracial heritage, and sense of self: "I began to notice there was nobody like me in the Sears, Roebuck Christmas catalog ... and that Santa was a white man," he said. "I went to the bathroom and stood in front of the mirror with all my senses and limbs seemingly intact, looking the way I had always looked, and wondered if something was wrong with me (2012)." Obama also had conflict with