Presidential Debate

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Obama Vs Romney 2012 Presidential Debate: “And I will do everything that I can as long as I am President of the United States to remind the American people that we are one nation under God, and we may call that God different name but we remain one nation.” Just one of many quotes Obama has said to the nation throughout his presidency. He works alongside his family, God and most importantly his people. The 2012 elections were Obama plans to win his second presidency is proving more difficult than his first. In 2008, Obama came during a time were many people had lost trust in their former president George W. Bush, Obama came and offered hope and resolution to the nation were they welcomed him with open arms in a landslide win. However, many…show more content…
This election is going to be close and with Hurricane Sandy bringing devastating effects to the East Coast, it could ultimately change the course of the election completely. Throughout the essay I plan on discussing Obama’s political policies, as well as comparing them to his opponent Romney’s. Education: Obama has a clear set mind that to rebuild a broken nation it must first start with educating the nation. He believes that with proper education it will create many jobs and is a gateway to middle- class life. He comments that companies “have to look for workers in China because they couldn't find any with the right skills here at home.” This is why he has been reforming education and helping states develop more comprehensive schools, so that people can learn the right skills needed to get a job. He also comments on how, “. No family should have to set aside a college acceptance letter because they…show more content…
He has made healthcare affordable as well as taking away discrimination when it comes to insurance companies. However, Romney believes that Obama creating the ‘Obamacare,’ with a trillion dollar federal take-over eventually be a disaster for the American people. He comments, “Obamacare was unpopular when passed, and remains unpopular today, because the American people recognize that a government takeover is the wrong approach.” This Suggests that many people support him on this policy and that he has a solution for them. He believes on handing the control back to the states where they will be able to regulate the healthcare system rather than Obama’s approach of governmentally running it. In argument to Romney I do believe Obamacare has worked to a certain degree with many Americans supporting how necessity healthcare such as contraception and monograms are now available free of charge, with work Obama could make the healthcare system work for
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