Bernie Sanders is a recent member of the Democratic party and is in the running to become the president of the United States. Bernie Sanders is a more suitable candidate than Donald Trump, because his policies can greatly improve America and strengthen the economy, his ideas are practical and can be conducted easier. He will the support affordable education policy by raising taxes on the wealthy, and investing that money into education for youth. Having inexpensive education is vital to society because it prepares the future leaders of America to apply their knowledge in the real world. Bernie Sanders is a better presidential candidate than Donald Trump.
Bernard 'Bernie' Sanders was born on September 8th, 1941 in Brooklyn, NY. Bernie is a Jewish man who grew up in Burlington, VT. He attended, Brooklyn College BS, University of Chicago, in 1964. He has a TON of political experience, including his time as Senator in the United States Senate from 2006 to the present time. He wants to improve the United States, and this is how he’s going to do it.
Bernie Sanders makes an extremely strong argument that college should be free, he greatly enhances his credibility by utilizing statistics and examples. Using examples like; it would take a minimum wage worker a year of working to pay for one year of in state tuition for college, Bernie makes his argument relatable and convincing. Bernie Sanders additionally states that Americans carry more tuition debt than they do auto loans and credit card debt. Bernie also uses Statistics like there are 1.3 trillion dollars worth of student debt in America. This information strongly increases the strength of his argument since 1.3 trillion dollars is such a large number.
My speech will persuade the audience to vote for Bernie Sanders in the primary elections. This is important to me because, for the first time, our generation has the power to control the 2016 election; therefore, we should be as well informed as possible. After donating to and volunteering for Mr. Sanders, I believe he is the change the U.S. needs to become great again, and I want to do everything in power to spread the word about him.
To Scott Russell Sanders, the minds of individuals are slowly destroying our planet. Sanders contradicts with Rushdie’s positive outlook on “people who root themselves in ideas rather than places.” As Rushdie sees nothing but hope, Sanders sees nothing but fear and doubt. Scott Russell Sanders utilized various forms of strategy to effectively address his response to Salman Rushdie’s essay and the reasoning behind his stance.
Rhetorical Analysis of David Zuckerman (Second Draft) It is a gripping time in today’s America, as now is the time to decide the people who are going to run this country. In many people's eyes the stakes are particularly high, as political leaders in today's election specifically have vastly different ideas.
If various countries such as Austria, Argentina, Brazil, Germany, and the United Kingdom permits sixteen and seventeen year olds to vote, why can’t the United States do it too? Despite what the public claims, research has verified that the average sixteen year old’s political knowledge is parallel to a twenty one year old’s. Today, in order to vote, individuals are required to be eighteen or older, but at some point, sixteen and seventeen year olds will join. The voting age should be reduced to sixteen because it’s a far better age than eighteen to start voting, launches new opportunities, and makes it fair for those who are sixteen and seventeen.
Democratic Party presidential primaries 2008 This paper is targeting at explaining the significance of Barack Obama’s 2008 democratic primaries victory as well as its causes and consequences. Primaries are elections that take place before the general state ones in order to select candidates. There are seven types of primaries in the U.S. Closed ones in which the right to vote belongs only to registered party members; they exist in thirteen states. Semi-closed primaries also allow to vote only party members, though unaffiliated voters enjoy this right as well; the system exists in another thirteen states.
In Scott Russell Sanders’ response to Salman Rushdie, Sanders proposes an opposing view on the concept of mass migration in comparison to Rushdie. Sanders explains that people, especially Americans, move constantly and mindlessly which causes detrimental effects in all forms; people should settle and appreciate where they are. He presents his argument through ethos, logos, juxtaposition, imagery, asyndeton, syntax, and rhetorical questions. For instance, Sanders appeals to American ideas and beliefs to present his outlook about moving.
In the passage from Staying Put: Making a Home in a Restless World, the author, Scott Sanders critically counters Salman Rushdie’s claim that migration is essential and effective. He also acts as a fair debater by explaining Rushdie's claims, though he uses a critical tone to emphasize that unlike Rushdie, he believes that staying put is better than migrating. Aside from using tone, as Sanders argues his perspective, he uses powerful diction to characterize certain ideas negatively or positively. Sanders also uses sophisticated language, including metaphors and personification, to support his points and give the readers a bigger sense of the negative effects of migration. Furthermore, by referring to historical examples, Sanders makes his argument more credible, therefore reinforcing his