Democratic Nomination Acceptance Speech Analysis

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Democratic National Convention. Democratic Nomination Acceptance. (Thank you so much. Thank you, everybody.) Mister Chairman, delegates, I accept your nomination for presidency of the United States. These times are hard. Terrors, problems... If you're sick of hearing me approve this message, believe me, so am I. It will be a little long, but in the end, when all is said and done, you will face a clearest choice. In the next few years, very big decisions will be made in the White House for different aspects like the economy, jobs, energy, taxes, education, war and peace etc., and these decisions will have a huge impact on our lives as on our children's lives. And the choice you face won't just be between 2 candidates or 2 parties.…show more content…
We can forget education. But we almost can decide that nobody should see their dreams falling down because they haven’t enough money. Teachers must inspire. Principals must lead and by this way we can outcompete any nation in the whole World. So I need you to help me. Help me to recruit a 100 000 teachers and improve early childhood education. It’s important. And what about Defense… I will STOP defense programs that are not performing and that are over budget. America will work with China, Russia and other nations to prevent Iran from developing a nuclear weapon. So you see, this election isn’t about me. It’s about you. My citizens, only you have the power to move us forward. I'm hopeful because of you. You all, you give me a hope. I ask you tonight for your vote. America, I never thought that it would be easy, and I won't promise you that now. Our road is long, but we travel it together and it will lead us to a better place. We won’t turn back. We won’t leave anyone behind. We will help each other. We will become stronger from our victories. And we will learn from our mistakes. Even if the road is long, we need to hope. And I'm asking you to choose that best future. Thank you, God bless you and God bless
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