"Our enemies are innovative and resourceful, and so are we. They never stop thinking about new ways to harm our country and our people, and neither do we." —Washington, D.C., Aug. 5, 2004. In a society notorious for its oblivious politicians, questionable educational system, and money hungry big corporations, this senseless quote made by the forty-third president of the United States George W. Bush, is only one of the many incidents validating Moore’s claim that we as Americans lack sufficient articulation and education. If there could be a spokesperson for criticizing American politicians, the educational system, globalization, large corporations, the war in Iraq, and many other debatable issues, American author of “Idiot Nation”, Michael Moore would be the ideal candidate.
It was rumored that Grover Cleveland fathered an illegitimate son and that he sent to an insane asylum, and the Republicans used that to their full advantage . They used this slogan to heighten the dislike for Cleveland, and they also pressed charges against him for his debauchery. Sticking true to his truthful approach, Cleveland said that there was a possibility that the child may have been his, but, at least he was a good man in politics, unlike Blaine. Overall, although each candidate had a good slogan and an interesting reason why the other should not be President, Grover Cleveland won the election by .3%, making James Blaine
Why many people are against the Donald J Trump Donald J Trump who has officially nominated as presumptive presidential candidate of 2016 from the Republican convention has been criticized by different medias as well by his own republican personalities. The editorial of the Washing Post writes; “ Trump, the real estate tycoon is uniquely unqualified to serve as president, in experience and temperament. Mr. Trump’s politics of denigration and division could strain the bonds that have held a diverse nation together.” It further adds that; ‘ A Trump presidency would be dangerous for the nation and the world” Senator Ted Cruz declined to endorse the Donald Trump his former rival of primary election during his own convention speech, which makes the Trump to lash out. Michael R. Bloomberg, who bypassed his own presidential candidacy, is going to endorse Hillary Clinton. It is an unexpected to the republican as well to the Trump because Mr. Bloomberg was elected the mayor of New York City as a Republican, but he became independent later.
“Inflamed them with mutual animosity, and rendered them much more disposed to vex and oppress each other than to co-operate for their common good.”(Federalist 10) Madison is trying to say that factions are more likely to anger and subdue each other, due to a mutual friction that they have between them. This is seen a lot during the presidential elections, especially between Hillary Clinton, and Donald Trump. They both support different political parties and have their own ideas as to how matters should be taken care of. This puts a flame between the
Worthless Shephard The end of the section entitled, “Man of Intrigue”, lists but a few examples of Donald Trump’s malicious behavior towards the elderly, the disabled, even his own relatives. But there is an incident so disgusting, so beyond the pale of decency — not to mention prophetically significant — I thought deserved its own section. Zechariah 11 contrasts The Good Shepherd and The Worthless Shephard. It is an expansion of Jesus’ statement in John 5:43, “I (The Good Shephard) have come in My Father’s name, and you do not receive Me; if another (The Worthless Shephard) comes in his own name, you will receive him.” This reception is fulfilled when the “secular” State of Israel’s accepts The Antichrist’s covenant (peace agreement) that he will confirm between she and her surrounding Arab countries. Included in this covenant will be the concession for Israel’s rebuilding of The Jewish Temple, as they live safely under the umbrella of The Antichrist’s protection.
Abigail Girard Mrs. Rolfs AP Language 16 October 2016 Eugene Robinson in the article, Trump May Be Worse Than Just a Pig, explains that Republican nominee for President is an angry sexual predator who uses his fame and wealth to get what he wants, and is losing supporters daily. Robinson supports his suggestion by first explaining how some republicans have abandoned Trump because of a recent tape released of Trump using vulgar words to describe what he does to women; this has made it impossible to pretend that the party has nominated a candidate that could be worthy of presidency. He then claims that Trump is always in a constant rage which causes him to make irrational decisions. Lastly, the author describes how some women have sued Trump,
He says that "a monarchy is terrible, and to have a king is not only an unsuccessful way to rule a nation, but it is also a sin." Paine undermines the king in his writing by using rhetorical devices to help destroy America 's loyalty to the king. The monarchy can make anything look appealing
From Nixon’s Watergate Scandal to Clinton’s Sexual relations with a White House intern, what makes a bad president is all based on perspective. One of three criterions that makes a bad president to me is dishonesty. No one likes to be lied to of course, but when it’s the President of the United States, a man who is supposed to be morally incapable of dishonesty, it goes to a whole new level of a lie. Liars are considered untrustworthy, so how can an untrustworthy man lead the greatest nation to have ever been
The current Presidential candidates Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton have voters and spectators questioning whether either candidate is fit to be the next President of the United States of America. On one hand you have Donald Trump, who has proven time and time again that he is a threat not only to himself but to the people around him. The Republican candidate 's controversial campaign has been marked by bursts of false and outrageous allegations, personal insults, sexist remarks and outright bigotry. His rallies and speeches gather crowds of unruly supporters who have received a reputation of causing violence. On the other hand you have, Hillary Clinton who may not be the ideal candidate, but is certainly the better choice.
The media has portrayed Trump to be a racist, homophobic, sexist, bigot. And Hilary has a corrupt women who would ultimately would be the best of two evils. With no type of qualifications to run our country. Various sexual assault charges, and racial discrimination, Trump was stamped as the poster man for what American doesn 't need to prosper. The media exposing example after example as to why no good can come from him as president and isn 't concerned with change only concerned with power.
Donald Trump has been sweeping the nation in his efforts to win the Republican presidential nomination. When the media trains its lens on Trump, the country appears to be “roiled with across-the-board discontent” (Dionne). His public interactions have split the country into those who categorize themselves as the “silent majority” and those who react with complete dismay toward his radical propositions. But are Trump supporters really the “silent majority”, or are the voices of Conservatives “being amplified beyond all reason” (Dionne)? In E.J.
He had to deal with the mistrust of a nation and Congress which will make a term in office very difficult. His stubbornness and independence put him in a sticky position that made him unfit to be president. Not to mention, the way he dealt with economic and domestic decisions doing nothing but harm and further damage where our nation was at. Lastly, his foreign affairs―Iran Hostage Crisis, Panama Canal, stirring the pot with his allies, and Soviet tension―weren’t the wisest ways he could’ve handled the problem. Though he saved the energy crisis and the Camp David Accords, his mistakes and damage he has done made Jimmy Carter the worst president that America has seen.
Thesis: Donald Trump if elected would make a terrible Republican candidate for president. Sub ¶- Authoritarianism If economic inequality is a problem, loss of traditional values is a fear, and the Hispanic vote is crucial, what explains the political rise of a twice-divorced, three times married, New York real estate man whose best-known phrase was, "You 're fired “and now makes offensive comments about Mexicans and immigrants? In a study at the University of Massachusetts, sampling of 1,800 that education, income, gender, age, ideology and religiosity had no significant bearing on a Republican voter’s preferred as a candidate. According to the study conducted by Mathew MacWilliams, “a single statistically significant variable predicts whether