Argumentative Essay: Domestic Affairs In The United States

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Our political spectrum is democratic, we believe we are for the people and the government should do all we can to make America the best country to live in. What we are most focused on at this point is domestic affairs. We should not be sticking our noses in other countries. We have to better ourselves before we try to change anyone’s beliefs let alone force ours upon them. By domestic affairs we mean education, taxes, energy, creativity, immigration, national debt, social issues, health care, unemployment, and security both national and social. Although all domestic affairs are most important to us the ones we need to focus on more are Education, National security, and Economy. The way we want to change education is to create a bill giving the underprivileged and motivated a chance to become who they want and what they want their stance to be in life. Such as a Bill that gives the underprivileged the same chance as those born with money. Making better scholarships and more financial aid depending on your financial status. The next issue we would like to address is the threat of security both national and social. Seeing how we now face threats due to nosey government tactics and pushing our…show more content…
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