Nader has some very distinct political opinions that make him the ideal candidate for president. His most attractive ideas for change in the white house include an end to America's wars - be it the Iraq War or the War on Drugs. If Ralph Nader were president he would end the American government's
He did believe that the government should have the reins and be in control, but he always wanted the people of America with him every step of the way and to know what was going on. He never wanted them to not know what was going on and to never have to question what they were doing. In Document G, FDR says “The voice of great events is proclaiming to us. Reform if you would preserve.” Like stated earlier with Hoover, Conservatives are highly against change in government and want little to none to happen. Honestly though, sometimes it is the only way that you can improve.
He was killed for standing up for what he believed in, which was helping the poor and Jesus Christ. The speech really moved me and I would suggest for others to read this as well. It taught me how powerful God and the church is, and by believing in Him, you will be lead in the right direction. Work Cited Mills, Frederick B.. "Bishop Oscar Romero: the political dimension of opting for the poor." Spero News.
Obama stated, “The people make it possible” and “people give me hope” while Romney also said that the “strength of America is based on its communities and people”. President Obama wants people to believe that with him America will be heading towards a good future and Mitt Romney wants to restore the promise of America. Obama and Romney stressed that with their plans, America will succeed. These two men also took time in their speeches to thank the “older” generation and all of those who have died for the rights and freedoms Americans enjoy now. There were only a few topics that Obama and Romney had similar ideas about and those were the use of renewable energy and education.
He needs no boring facts about how it goes and people trust him even though. This makes Obama a fantastic speaker. The main goal of the speech is to tell the people once more what he stands for and he explains how thankful he is that he has been chosen for their candidate. He appeals to the 2 sides of the political view to stand united so that they can fix and change the problems they have in The United
To start a Presidency by making history is a momentous accomplishment on its own. To continue to create history is nothing that should go unrecognized. That is how I feel about Barrack Obama; his past and current actions have more than proven his ability as President of the United States. As it stands, the current term of Presidency being served by Barack Obama has stirred a lot of interest not only within the United States but also around the world. The color of President Obama’s skin is not what makes him known or idolized it is because of what he stands for and the values he believes in.
One is to score him firmly as America’s chief executive. The other is typical view of the president only as a politician. From the Machiavellian perspective, Bush’s primary goal was to increase his power, rather than to confront America’s problems – to maintain the appearance of leadership while exhorting his position. Since taking office George W has been confronted with many new tests, including an unsure economy and global climate change. On the other hand, George W was very scrupulous as a politician.
I will focus on the use of deixis employed in the speech which, I will argue, creates an effect of unity on one side and “outsiders” on the other. The use of person deixis in the speech, in these circumstances, is worth investigating. Unlike his previous public performances, where Obama aimed to convince the audience that he was the right candidate for the position of a congressman or, later, a president, here he is a victor and addressing his message from a position of Head of State. He, probably, does not need to put his personality in focus any longer, but rather needs the support for his future challenges. In this case the pronoun I, which was used generously in Obama’s previous speeches, emerges only three times in his
He begins his inaugural speech by using parallelism to emphasize the importance of his victory in the presidential race. Kennedy describes his victory as “symbolizing an end, as well as a beginning- signifying renewal as well as change.” He uses opposition to explain that now he will start a new phase as a president, of all, not the candidate for some. Applying anaphora, he says “to” in order to address all of the different people he
He had blamed Iraq for starting the war. He had told Americans that “we had not asked for this present challenge, but we accept it. And like other generations of Americans, we will meet the responsibility of defending human liberty against violence and aggression”. President Bush had blamed Saddam Hussein to be a dictator. He had blamed Iraq to be holding terrorists, he had made America believe that Iraq had been under Saddam Hussein’s clutches and that whatever he had to say was law.