Even though Roosevelt and Wilson were both supportive of the progressive movement, they ran for President under two completely different parties, and this was not their only difference. Woodrow Wilson, the former president of Princeton University, was the son of a minister and was soft-spoken. He was a quiet, intellectual man who had a distinguished education behind him, attending Princeton, then Johns Hopkins University where he earned his PhD in history. Wilson’s political aspirations afforded him a landslide victory in the 1912 election for President with 42 percent of the popular vote. His “New Freedom” platform included lower tariffs, a national income tax, a Federal Reserve System and antitrust laws.
Obama’s trustworthiness, expertise, and concern for America are evident and he is a dynamic speaker. Obama’s speech positively embraced the blue collar and professional workers as one American family. Moreover, he acknowledged that hard work and sacrifice are products of a successful dream. In my opinion, it is astounding that a presidential nominee is humble enough to encourage others to pursue personal dreams. “It is that promise that’s always set this country apart, that through hard work and sacrifice each of us can pursue our individual dreams, but still come together as one American family.” Obama
Obama Syria Speech Addresses Debate over Action President Barak Obama is known as one of the greatest speakers in the United States of America. The great speech he gave during the 2008 Presidential election won America’s heart. President Barak Obama is very sincere when he talks and most people feel as if he is talking directly to them. Personally I feel that our President tells the American people exactly what they want to hear. I also feel he already knows that he is going to do the complete opposite.
The body language that Obama uses and the way that is uses words to convey a positive attidude, is full of confidence, authority and command of the whole situation. In the first couple of paragraphs he shows a lot of respect to George.W.Bush by describing his service to the country by using key adjectives, “generosity” which gives off a positive remark you could state, however it could also be interpreted in a sarcastic manner, by using a pause in the speech of “ I thank president Bush for his service to out nation” pause, this pause changes the interpretation completely, which creates a sense of tension
He was quite satisfied with the treaty. In front of his people, as a member of parliament, he needed the support of the public to succeed in elections and if he came across as being soft on Germany, he would have been voted out. The British people wanted revenge and Lloyd George's public image reflected this mood. "Hang the Kaiser" and "Make Germany Pay" were two very common calls in the era immediately after the end of the war. However, in private Lloyd George thought that the treaty was probably too harsh and he predicted that history would repeat itself, saying ‘‘We shall have to fight another war again in 25 years’ time.’’ the economist John Maynard Keynes prophesied that reparations would ruin the economy of Europe.
EPA Political Implications The EPA has both critics and supporter in the political arena. Most Republican Presidential Candidates and many leading congressional Republicans have bitterly condemned the EPA as creating too much regulation. Although the Republican primary season has passed, speeches by former candidates exhibit the hostility to perceived over regulation by the EPA. The rest of the 2012 Republican presidential field is broadly in agreement with Michèle Bachmann's opinions. Throughout her campaign, Representative Bachmann explained even further than an implicit threat to abolish the EPA by making the somewhat self-contradictory promise to a crowd on August 8, 2011: "I guarantee you the EPA will have doors locked and lights turned
Republicans versus Democrats: When Brothers Never Stop Fighting In America, we are the only country with everything big: cars, money, clothes, food and even a big deficit… or so tons of Republicans and Democrats have been saying since former President George W. Bush left office back in two thousand eight. Both political parties have been clashing together like rams fighting since the middle of the eighteen hundred’s. The Democrats are considered Liberal, meaning the party is open to new behavior or opinions and willing to discard traditional values; The Republicans are considered conservative meaning the party holds on to traditional attitudes and values, and cautious about change or innovation, typically in politics or religion. Currently
Michelle Obama: Legitimate Lady or Political Puppet In response to Michelle Obama’s speech at the Democratic National Convention, The Onion, a comical online news organization, wrote a mocking representation of the speech accusing her performance as being a strategic method to get her husband re-elected. Though, on the surface, her speech appears to be a genuine talk to the American public, there is much evidence supporting The Onion’s accusations that The First Lady’s speech was merely a thoughtfully planned tactic to add warmth and relatability to their “political gamesmanship” (Good Evening). Michelle Obama was used as a tool to help her husband, President Barack Obama’s campaign through the use of deliberate strategies. She disguises her motives and persuades the audience with her heartfelt stories, her talk about her career as a mother and concerns about her family, and especially her persistent need to verify her husband’s abilities and devotion as President of the United States. Ultimately, The Onion’s representation is an entirely accurate take on Michelle Obama’s Democratic National Convention speech.
"You're either with us or against us”1 Barack Obama is called by many a great politician, though also called a terrible politician by many as well. However, what makes a great politician? Is it someone who can lead a country wisely and safely? Or is it someone who knows how to manipulate people? George Bush spoke the previous quote to other countries in order to force them to enter the war on terror with America.
Due to the change in presidency from Obama to Trump, many policies that Obama established have come up in the Republican government on whether or not those laws should still be in place. Because the Democrats view immigration as something that should be protected and Republicans view immigration as something that needs stronger laws, there is a controversial discussion among the two. The Republican government is against illegal immigration and they provide Congress with ideas in order to convince America that illegal immigrants are not beneficial to the average working American; therefore, they provide all the reasoning they can in order to broadcast the drawbacks of illegal immigration. A study done by Carroll Doherty, bachelors in political science, shows how Republicans, more specifically Trump supporters, shows reasons why Republicans think illegal immigration is not beneficial for America. In Doherty’s study, he states, that among all of the strong Trump supporters, “59 percent associate unauthorized immigrants with serious criminal behavior,” and therefore do not benefit American workers (Doherty, 2016).