In the end Mitt Romney was the winner by far. Romney pulled through in the end making undecided voters make a choice. I hope that the next debate Romney is able to perform as well as he did in this debate, because I believe our country needs to see a change and that if Romney is trying as much as he says he is I believe that something good could work. As for Obama, he needs to sit down and practice for the next two debates, for it would be a shame for the President of the United States to look foolish a second time on National
Donavan Dutra 17, September 2011 Option 2: How has America changed as a result of the terrorist attacks that occurred on September 11? Write an essay, with a clear thesis, which discusses the changes and the effects of these changes. Please use specific examples as evidence. Outside sources can also be used to support the position that you take.Dutra 2 Truly in all essence, the 9/11 attacks was one of the most devastating events to ever take place on US soil. The mere mentioning of it’s name¾still to this day, carries a huge impact on not just Americans’ hearts, but the hearts of our foreign allies.
Outfoxed monitor Fox news extremely closely, Greenwald doesn’t want FOX news indoctrinating the innocent into voting Republican. Outfoxed represent Fox news as politically one sided, demonising the democrats whilst flattering the republicans. This does leave critical viewers questioning Greenwald’s objectivity. He uses excerpts to play to his advantage. SPACE CLICK ON PICTURE Like that one where, the market is up, because of the republicans, to excerpts like this SPACE CLICK ON PICTURE.
They will challenge non-Islamic governments in anyway, including force. Al-Qaeda operates in 40-50 countries in the Middle East, Asia, North America and Europe. In each country they recruit new members, raise funds and plan operations to plan their attacks. They hope that continued attacks on non-Islamic governments and their people will eventually persuade America to leave Saudi Arabia. The Response (1) War on Terror In response to 9/11, George W. Bush, the US president established the War on Terror.
For a long time now Isis has been a major problem for the United States. They have executed two American journalists this year alone and are going to continue doing so unless the United States puts a stop to it. If the United States doesn’t stop Isis – no one will. Isis is growing more each day by recruiting a ton of terrorists all over Syria and Iraq. Barrack Obama must act fast before it is too late and more Americans get killed.
However, there are inevitably some questions arising about the electoral college and whether it still works best for the US today. Some say it should be completely scrapped, with a more democratic direct election taking it's place; others day that it can be mended by reforming it, and the final argument is to defend it, and leave it as it is. One reason to end the electoral college system is because it is not democratic enough. The winner of the nationwide vote could in fact lose the election because of the way the electoral college works. Popular vote winners have been denied the presidency in 1824, 1876, 1888 and 2000.
Effects of the Cliché “Actions Speak Louder Than Words” On the 11th of September 2001, the entire world was affected by the terrorist attacks on the United States of America. On the Sunday after these attacks, then U.S. President George W. Bush made a speech announcing his plan to “rid the world of the evil-doers” who traumatized his country earlier that week. Bush also inadvertently drew a parallel from this event to another event that traumatized many: The Crusades that took place during the Middle Ages. "This crusade, this war on terrorism is gonna take awhile” said Bush. The unintentional reference to the Middle Age’s Crusades George W. Bush made in his response to the 9/11 attacks was justly criticized as it connected the problem at hand to the violence of religious warfare, inflicted anxiety upon a vast amount of the world’s population, and holds a fearsome truth.
Persuasive Essay: Gun Control There is a debate among American politics and U.S. citizens that draws passion among those who feel strongly about the issue; gun control. Gun control is an issue that has affected some individuals personally, and individuals often strongly support it or oppose it. A series of tragic events in the past few decades have raised questions about whether gun control is necessary to stop horrific shootings. Recently there have been questions raised about a possible ban on assault rifles being reinstated. With the election of President Barack Obama, some that oppose that weapons ban are fearful of the impending changes in the law, which has affected gun owners such as me.
One main point is that without voter identification laws, such as registering in your home state, Americans will try to vote in several states in hopes of increasing their candidates chance of winning the election. This would create in unfair advantage to the candidates at the polls and would not result in an honest election. Another argument is that these laws reduce the chances of Americans voting under fake names or under deceased names. If someone is using another person’s identity or making up a name, it can only be concluded that they do not want their actual identity discovered or known for whatever reason. Not only is it dishonest but it’s also against the law to use a deceased persons information for any reason.
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).