Many folks of the Hispanic race were appalled on several misunderstood speeches I have made. My intentions were not to target anyone in specific knowing the more people on my side the better outcome in the Presidential election. There have been articles about me that I have manipulated bankruptcy laws to enrich myself, also racial comments made. In other hand people have made accusations that I am untrustworthy. I need to apologize for the mistakes said or done as well for the miscommunication I gave to the citizens of the United States. We the people are formed to make a stronger union, not fight against one another. To start off I’d like to address the racial comments I made toward the Latino crowd. That was immature of me and I want to apologize for the hurtful words I have said. The only difference there is between myself and the other candidates is that I view immigration differently. People are not only crossing the border from Mexico, they are also coming from South America and all around the world. I just want the United States to be prepared and safe because we do not know what their intentions are when …show more content…
I’ve made rude comments taken out of content that I did not mean. I am just overwhelmed how intelligent and competitive she is. Presidential Candidate Carly Fiorina also felt insulted by some misunderstood comments I’ve made. Those tweets I’ve posted on twitter about them were just for humor, not to be taken seriously. With all the stress this election has given me, I though laughing it up with my components would have made things less tense. Perhaps, I was the only one who found them funny, but my jokes were not to offend anybody. Ms. Fiorina and Ms. Clinton ae two beautiful women and tough competition. Besides these two lovely Candidates, I want to apologize to every other person that has felt insulted by some of the comments I have
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In Kurzweil’s The Age of Spiritual Machines, one of his main arguments is that one day, in the near future, artificial intelligence will exceed the intelligence of humans. He predicts this largely on the idea of the intelligence of evolution. It took evolution millions of years to make the human being that we are today and it only took humans a few thousand years to create technology. Since you are considered smarted if you are able to do something faster, humans are smarter then our creator, evolution.
The validity of the perception that “the United States is a country made of immigrants” has been historically challenged by the government and those in power. In his book, Latino Americans: The 500-Year Legacy that Shaped a Nation, Ray Suarez provides a deep understanding of how the contributions and struggles by the Latinos in the past has shaped the present of this nation. To many “Americans,” Latinos are just new immigrants coming from their land in search of a better future. For those Latinos, however, leaving their countries, cultures, families and communities comprise the most significant sacrifice of their lives. As many other Latinos, my family migrated to the United States with the hope of a better future.
I didn’t make any hateful comments about you because I don’t know who you are Abby. Your name was mentioned twice. I said and I quote (because I wrote it), “I wrote that part in the beginning of October because I was incredibly hurt when I found out your new best friend, Abby, was moving or going to Webb.” I also said,
Thus, in order for Trump to have a chance at holding office again, he must utilize more inclusive appeals like utilizing Spanish ads that target specific Latinx sub-cultures in order for them to feel seen, stop treating the Latinx community as a
In the article, “Some Teens Start College Work Early Via Dual Enrollment” written by Joanne Jacobs,from the U.S. News and World Report Education, discussed a current path that most high schoolers are taking that will lead them to college success. Jacobs uses ethos and logos to prove the successfulness of the Dual Enrollment Program. The program offers students the opportunity to experience college life, to gain both high school and college credit, and to gain confidence. In most states, high school students who want to take a college class need to attend the class in a community college with regular undergraduates.
Judging by his work in government during his many years of experience, it is apparent that Martinez is highly in favor of immigrants from less fortunate backgrounds having a chance at a bright future. This further emphasizes the point that Mel Martinez is a huge advocate for the rights of Hispanic-Americans, especially those who are first generation
Consequently, Gladwell further criticizes the use of satire when he directly targets Tina Fey on her Saturday Night Live (SNL) parody on the Republican politician Sarah Palin. Over the years, Fey’s impersonation has been considered an iconic performance, showcasing the epitome of well-constructed political satire. However Gladwell arguably claims that the sketch actually relayed the wrong outputs. Gladwell asks: “Who do you remember now? Sarah Palin or Tina Fey?”
As Lindy West started to come to understand the misogyny, fatphobic, and racist jokes being praised in comedy, she started to dive into how comedy starts to normalize that type of behavior. When comedians use harmful jokes they create an environment where those actions are accepted. When they are called out they use the “it’s just a joke” or “you don’t like humor” deflections. Jokes that encourage terrible things, such as rape jokes, create a toxic environment for whom the joke is aimed (women and minorities). “Why should I have to sit and cheer through hours of ‘edgy’ misogyny, ‘edgy’ racism, ‘edgy’ rape jokes, just to be included in an industry that belongs to me as much as anyone else?”
Reading and writing reflection Reading and writing has had one of the greatest roles in my life,and has made me the person I am today. If I was not able to read or write,my life would be very difficult,school would be very Challenging ,and I would not be able to figure out anything out by myself and for myself. Although I love to read and write,writing not as much,I find some parts very difficult to fully understand. Fully analyzing the text is something i always have trouble with. When I am asked to analyze texts and find rhetorical appeals,I sometimes struggle because I don’t fully understand the story and I do not fully understand some appeals,such as ethos.
One of the biggest Hispanics I look up to as inspiration and encouragement is Sonya Sotomayor, the Supreme Court justice. She proved to me that not only can Hispanics can succeed but that they can also excel in politics. As a child my grandfather always told me to work hard because if you don’t you will end up staying in the same place you are hoping for something better instead of achieving it. What he told me that day will continue to inspire me for the rest of my life and work hard even if you’re put down for being Hispanic or just undervalued because of the color of my skin. If I let that bother me and stop me, then I am not working hard enough to achieve what I have set out to do in life which is to show people that Hispanics can do anything just as good as anyone else and that just because we came from places of lower income doesn’t mean we don’t have what it takes to succeed where some have
Abrajano, M. (2016, July 28). Will Immigration Spark a White Backlash in America? Retrieved March 19, 2018, from https://www.brookings.edu/research/will-immigration-spark-a- white-backlash-in-america/ Throughout this article the author, Marisa Abrajano, explains how immigration can potentially have an impact on American politics and how immigration can also change racial demographics. In my proposal I briefly mentioned how there have many historical figures who were immigrants who have impacted America as we know it, and by including information from this article, it could help support the idea that there could be more immigrants who can influence America.
Rhetorical Situation 1 When I first asked my parents for a phone, they said no, so I had to convice them why I needed one and what the benefit would be. I ended up convincing them to get me a phone, but I still had restrictions on what I could and couldn't do. This rhetorical situation appealed a lot to ethos because I was expalining to my parents why they should trust me with a phone. Exigence: I was motivated to convince them to get me a phone so that I could talk to my friends, play games on it, and to be able to use social media. Almost all of my friends had one, so I kind of felt left out by not having one and that motivated me to ask my parents for one.
Many audiences of stand up comedy enjoy hearing their favorite comedian entertain them. But what would one think when a comedian cracks a joke about a sensitive topic, for example, a tragedy that affected hundreds of people. Some may argue that, comedians are not supposed to overstep the boundary of controversial jokes. These controversial jokes are linked with political correctness—which is used to describe language, policies, and measures that are taken to avoid offense to certain groups of people. Comedians are not compelled to restrain from controversial topics due to the topic not being sugar-coated, the higher level of contemplation that the joke can reach, and the job of the comedian—to make the current issue manageable.
All breathing organisms are born with the goal of surviving, and they are all equipped with different abilities helping them succeed. Waves have no exact line on the shore in which they halt, just like standup comedy where there is no line clearly indicating what jokes can and can’t be crafted. With political correctness on the rise, comedians are having to think twice about telling a joke, to keep the longevity of their careers. To learn how political correctness is changing standup comedy, it must have a fixed definition. Writer Stephen Silver has published over 500 articles for the entertainment site Screen Rant; furthermore, they’ve been viewed over three million times.