This was a man who would later father a son that would, one day, become the 44th President of the United States of America. With all things considered, Mrs. Obama’s speech would be considered effective because not only did the audience seem receptive to her message but it was shared concisely and without pretension. She showed pride and respect in the people
In his speech he expresses that “the time has come to reaffirm our enduring spirit; to choose our better history; to carry forward that precious gift, that noble idea passed on from generation to generation: the God-given promise that all are equal, all are free, and all deserve a chance to pursue their full measure of happiness”(8). Even though “the question we ask today is not whether our government is too big or too small, but whether it works -- whether it helps families find jobs at a decent wage, care they can afford, a retirement that is dignified”(15). Obama explains “to the people of poor nations,[that] we pledge to work alongside you to make your farms flourish and let clean waters flow; to nourish starved bodies and feed hungry minds”(25). He creates an emotional attachment to the audience to connect to their desired needs. This appeal gives the audience a sense of belonging and let them know that someone cares about their everyday needs and is willing to fix the living situations of the poor people.
“We are one people, all of us pledging alliance to the Stars and Stripes, all of us defending the United States of America.” Says Barack Hussein Obama II July 27, 2004. His hard work, ethic, and capability for greatness have woken up the United States like no other. In any job he 's given, he works towards a justice for all. An easier America to live in. Barack Obama is considered one of America 's heroes.
Quote: “There are places, and moments in America where this nation’s destiny has been decided….. Selma is such a place….. We gather here to celebrate them.” (Obama, 2015, p.1) Explanation: Obama clearly states throughout his speech that he is here to celebrate America and Selma. A way to say look how far we have come. He feels that this was a stepping stone, a big moment in history that he admires. Audience Answer: Obama talks to all of America, and the whole world hears. He is talking to America, but he is
Obama is, above all, is inspiring, giving, and good-hearted. Obama is inspiring for many reasons, even before he became president, he gave many public speeches with a certain zeal that had the ability to inspire others to take action. He is very passionate about all that he does, and this radiates. He was America’s first African American president, and this inspired many people by proving that hard work pays off, regardless of race. He worked hard to earn everything he accomplished, and this determination has been contagious.
Senses of nationalism were still evident and showed through America’s celebrations over their victories. Even after several years from when Revolutionary War ended, the people of America still celebrated it in 1819 (Doc C), showing how Americans can come together despite their differences. With America as a whole, the Rush-Bagot Agreement, Adams-Onis Treaty, and Monroe Doctrine were actions that were greatly supported by the people and would further assist in the advancement of the country (Doc H), providing great confidence for the people of America with their conflicts against Europeans. Another factor to America’s sense of national pride is the attempt to promote general welfare by uniting the country with a system of roads and canals made by John C. Calhoun (Doc B) despite his plan being shot down by the government. Even so, these events undeniably contributed to the existing senses of pride and unity within the nation.
“Guys I want to thank yall, because without everyone that helped we wouldn’t be here in this position”, I said to the alliance. “With everything that happened in my life, i 'm thankful for the problems, because it makes my accomplishments so great. This is a blessing for me to say that i’m now your new and Improved President of the United States.” I stated during my induction of being the
Opportunity to become anything I want in America. Hope for our lives to become better. This is what makes our amazing country and I am so grateful for all these gifts. Freedom is one of the gifts I am grateful for in America. Freedom is being what I want to be and not being forced into something I don 't like, like a marriage or a job.
Thank you for interviewing me this morning for the pediatric opportunity. I relished our conversation, and I am very excited about the position. I felt really comfortable during our interview, in fact I forgot that this a interview rather than a conversation with a colleague. This is what I expect from administration, open and honesty. I expressed my thoughts candidly, it would be a ideal position for me a start my dream career in a long run .
It can be said that America has made a lot of progress towards freedom and racial equality. In the speech made by president Barack Obama at the Martin Luther King, Jr., Memorial Dedication, Obama describes how America has developed the idea of being free and equal. I strongly agree with president Obama’s opinion that America has put in a lot of effort into becoming more fair and free. In my opinion, America has made multiple changes in order to become free because many of Martin Luther King Jr.’s hopes and dreams were achieved throughout the years; this is based on the speech “I Have a Dream” delivered by Dr. King. King states “With this faith we will be able to work together, to pray together, to struggle together, to go to jail together, to stand up for freedom together, knowing that we will be free one day.” This is explaining how
This candidate will contribute as the President of the United States with great plans and a positive attitude for a successful future, even with complicated social issues. I personally hope Bernie can get the recognition he deserves and wish luck upon to all
Like Richard Nixon, I also feel like America’s new voters will always the key to our country’s brighter future. The younger generation of voters are not only more enthusiastic, but also have more of an understanding of what our continuously-evolving world needs. Based on their experiences, they know what type of government policies work and didn’t, and would also know the best types to solutions to fix this problem. I think that voting is extremely important factor to maintain a functional democracy and is a great way to figure out what our people need. I feel like our government should increase the voting turnout by not only making the voting registration process easier, but also by publicizing and educating the American people about local
The American flag is a symbol that brings me great hope and comfort. As ubiquitous as it is inspiring, it represents the unity with which people from all walks of life can coexist in this country. As a first-generation American, I know how hard my parents worked to build a life here for our family, and I remember their pride when they finally became citizens by taking an oath under the star-spangled banner. I am honored to be part of this diverse melting pot of cultures and blessed to be part of a nation filled with hope for the future.