Rhetorical Analysis Of The Military Speech

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Brandon Barker Mrs. Makal English III January 25, 2012 Military Mr. Obama gives a speech about the strategy of the military. The main goal is to assure that all Americans are safe. Our troops need to be thanked for their bravery they have, and to make sure that we appreciate what the soldiers do for our country. Mr. Obama wants to end the chaos and war that has been killing many American soldiers. When will this massacre end…? Barack Obama was born August 4, 1961 in Honolulu, Hawaii. He was a civil rights lawyer before he pursued in his political career, first time as Illinois State Senator, and later as the first African-American president of the United States of America. Mr. Obama is the 44th and current president of the United States of America; he continues to enact policy changes in response to the issues of health care and economic crisis. The…show more content…
During combat is when it gets scary and people’s lives are lost on both sides of the armies. When will all this chaos stop all over the world? Nobody will ever know when war will stop. War has been going on for thousands of years and continues to affect millions of lives every day. The world needs to stop being so greedy and stupid. Greed always leaves to some sort of chaos. Stupidity leads to horrible mistakes that we will regret later on in the future. If countries would leave each other alone by not being so overwhelming stupid the world would be such a peaceful place to be on. We need to leave all the drama in the past and start a new beginning. Having a better future will help the younger generation with issues that they will not have to deal with like we do now. One day the world will be very quiet and peaceful, and chaos will be the least thing we will have to deal with. With the help of President Barack Obama, the military will be at its best with strategies and fast decision making. Mr. Obama will lead the economy to

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