Dear Mr President Analysis

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When I first heard the song "Dear Mr. President", from Pink, singing about all the catastrophes happened during the time of George W. Bush as President, it touched my heart. Being an international student, that did not know anything about this time period in the U.S., changed my point of view. Pink was able to criticize all the actions the President did, bad actions and good actions. Some people may interpret her song in a different way and believe she attacked the U.S. President as a person, she may also be seen as a disrespectful person that was not be able to keep her opinion to herself. Other may also believe that her choice of words was too strong and inaccurate and may took her idea of the song on a different level. Her song could also…show more content…
Bush wanted to deny a woman the right for abortion because he believes that life begins at conception and therefore abortion would be a murder, a crime (News). ABC News states in his article 'Bush issues Order Blocking Abortion Funds', a statement issued by the White House saying "It is my conviction that taxpayer funds should not be used to pay for abortions or advocate or actively promote abortion, either here or abroad" (News). Making a reference to his religious belief, Bush also states that his administration would try to "build a culture of life, affirming that every person, at every stage and season of life, is created in God's image" (News).
His attitude towards homosexual people and therefore homosexual relationships, violates his standards as Methodist as well. He wanted to create a piece of legislature, which would define marriage and the union between one man and one woman solely, called Marriage Protection Amendment (Campbell). Campbell includes in her article a statement of George W. Bush saying: "I just happen to believe strongly that marriage is between a man and a woman. I don't really think it's any of my concern how you conduct your sex life. That's a private matter. I support equal rights, but not special rights for people."
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