DACA has gave many opportunities to many dreamers in the world and taking that back when every congress feels the need to do so is not okay for the lives of these people. DACA and dreamers have shown to be loyal and good to this country despite the hate and mistreatment the DACA controversy has created and boosted the economy due to hard work. Republicans hate and lack of ability to work with the rest of congress only shows that DACA is just a meaningless immigration act. DACA has been used as a scapegoat to blame for social problems like "chain-migration" which is also a socially constructed concept created by Americans, for them to believe it is okay to forcefully and cruelly getting rid of dreamers. DACA is a positive and economy booster to America therefor it should stay to continue to allow dreamers to open opportunities for
The thirteenth amendment in the Declaration of Independence ended slavery and the fourteenth Amendment ended slavery in essence. These legislations are set in place however racism is a reoccurring theme in America especially in recent months with President Trump in power. President Trump has a number of motions in place to prohibit individuals from certain races access into America. In situations similar to this it can be difficult for the state to ban racist advertisements when the president holds a huge amount of power. Trump has encouraged mainly his supporters to act out vocally and physically which is becoming increasingly concerning.
Fallacies in political speeches: Donald Trump announces he is running for president. Donald Trump’s one very distinct “ability” is making a vast amount of people react to what he says. Be it good or bad, this makes him gain more attention not only in the United States, but all over the world. At the end of the day, what really matters is if his statements have, in fact, any effect on people’s votes. So for those who are not yet sure about his sincerity, it only takes a not to deep analysis of his speeches to spot serious fallacies.
With multiple ad hominem attacks to his predecessors, he evoked a sense of urgency of his appointment as President in these dire times to “Make America Great Again”. He also extensively appealed to the pathos or emotions of the audience by using simple and direct language. In a nation where patriotism should never be underestimated, Trump tugged the heartstrings of his target audience to provide reassurance. However, Trump’s persuasiveness is weakened as a result of his failure to establish any logic to his ample arguments, especially to the American citizens who did not vote for him but have to accept him as their President for the next four years. Echoing a nationalist and populist undertone, Trump approached the topics of American policy and economy with a focus on
The United States had for years been improving and growing rapidly. Away from the other world powers in Europe, they were able to avoid their conflicts for a long time, but that changed. America got involved in World War One and it affected some of their advancements. U.S imperialism was able to thrive in WWI, with America using the power to expand their empire. American progressivism however, fell between the cracks and disappeared for a long while during and after the war.
Some people have argued that, the American dream of "a better, richer, and happier life for all our citizens of every rank is “the greatest contribution we have made to the thought and welfare of the world." (cite). This idea has positively influenced Americans and many people around the world. In Death of a Salesman it takes a different approach by showing how it can be destructive in many ways. Most times we can get stuck in this mindset that more success means a happier life and that it can make a person feel more accomplished yet in fact Death of a Salesman shows how it can make people feel less accomplished through Willy Loman.
He constantly keeps them engaged and strongly connected which works to his benefit; the support of the audience continually increases because he uses statement like “We are going to take out country back” and “we’re winning in Nevada.” This makes the audience feel in control of their decisions to support Trump and the fact democracy is all about a government ran by the people springs into action. A weakness from Trumps speech is that he does not cite or give credibility to the facts he states, for instances he starts a fact saying “here’s a story.” To conclude his speech he gives anecdotes that summarizes his speech and makes his speech
One person’s failure may mean success to another. For many years, the environment we grow in, people tend to view progress in ways like having much wealth and being famous. The myth about success has been so rampant even in our advertisements and other marketing techniques as compared to the reality (Hines, pg7). Many people, however, tend to believe in the situation. Although owning a big house, becoming a president of United States like Barrack Obama among others can be a success for such individuals, this does not provide the real definition of success.
Furthermore, he can’t tell what is in the best interest of the nation. The amount of criticism coming from Trump about the leaders in America and his republican opponents is tremendous. By mentioning his opponents acts and believes he puts himself in a better positon in hopes to get himself elected as the final republican candidate. Donald Trump establishes his ethos by mentioning his earlier experiences and background. According to himself he’s worth as a presidential candidate because of his experience in the business, and that he’s not the typical “nice person” that people have seen in the past elections.
Donald Trump is sexist and it is beyond me how he got so far in this presidential race. Anyone who is planning on voting for Trump or is considering to vote for him, please keep in mind the consequences for our country when he does become president. The language the president of the United States uses is of great importance, since his words will reach and inspire
Their speeches did not contain repetition but I feel as though Mr. Trump could’ve used it a lot more than Hilary Clinton. If Mr. Trump would’ve continued to talk about why he wants immigrants out of the country I feel as though I would’ve helped his point even more. Hilary Clinton uses repetition in her speech when she talks about Donald Trump’s relationship with other foreign countries. These speeches both use parallel structure but the one that uses it the best is Donald Trump. I believe this because it helped him get his points across and he made his objective a little clearer.
The fact is that Trump doesn’t have a grand plan and his ideas are typical conservative-American. He is playing to the American dream at a time when the citizens are beyond frustrated with the do-nothing politicians in office who are sweeping all of their problems under a floor rug. Both the economy and security has initially left our country, and people are finding themselves desperate for any kind of hope. The deportation ideas that Trump has brought to our attention may be found completely absurd, but have been done before under a loved president. The concept of keeping illegals out of our country and that one cannot simply take upon residency without permission is not insane.
The popularity of Donald Trump comes from the same brashness that Theodore Roosevelt acknowledged in his day. Right or wrong, the American voter can see that something different is required to change our broken political system. So is Donald Trump the heir apparent to the Teddy Roosevelt legacy of “damn the torpedo’s and full speed ahead”? Or, as the OP suggests, is Donald Trump just a lightning rod for racist xenophobes? The same question could have been raised over 100 years ago, but would it have made a difference?
Donald Trump v. Ben Carson Some of our past leaders have brought our country to greatness and some have made the U.S. a laughing stock. With our country in turmoil, making the right choice of whom you will vote for to be our next leader can be difficult if you are uninformed about the candidates running for office. Donald Trump and Ben Carson are two Republican candidates surging in the polls for the 2016 nomination for president. Both candidates have generally similar values and opinions on today’s issues, but drastically different attitudes during interviews and debates. While Ben Carson is usually quieter and less abrasive, Donald Trump is louder and much more controversial.