JBJ, much like FDR, would just give, give, give, without a second thought. Clinton, on the other hand, did not want to give out as much or as frequently. Correct Answer- B, Ronald Reagan. Both Clinton and Reagan wanted to cut back on the amount of welfare items being dished out. Reagan kept many welfare programs, but also decided that some had to go, such as affirmative action.
I do not agree with all Dr. Dyson has to say in regards to Barack Obama’s rhetorical strategies. But, when it came to his view on how Obama addressed white and black anger I was not in full agreement. I felt that Obama’s attention was not set on white and black as much as Dr. Dyson may have wanted him to be. Not that the constant inequality black and brown races are experience is not important because it is, but Obama was in conflict with monumental problems that would affect the nation.
As Barack Obama prepares for yet another reassuring speech, even his most devoted adherents hold out little hope for change. However, in spite of this, America can be assured of one thing: no matter what the president says, it will be cunningly wrapped in ambiguous euphemism. This comes as a result of constant inconsistency from our current leader, as there continues to be a negative correlation between promises made and promises fulfilled. Therefore, in order to conceal the extent of the pitiful unsuccessfulness of his campaign as of late, Obama plays off what he perceives as the public's inability to comprehend over-complicated and sterilized phrases. Said phrases serve as metaphorical masks, as the pure complexity and neutrality of the words seem to cleanse the original language of all its emotion and connotation.
This change is one that President Bill Clinton said he would strive for during his time in office. And although history shows that his reign as president was one of the most peaceful ones, that peace did not carry on to today. America is filled with violence and hate, one that is much stronger than it was
I received a less-than-desirable grade despite me believing this essay to be one of my best works. He had informed me in a private discussion that he didn't think I was being serious about the content and arguments I was making. He alluded to certain passages in my writing like “If there is a direct association between flagpole size and patriotism, then the Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate’s illegal 80 ft. American flagpole would surely be proof of Trump’s love for his country.” and “When it comes to paying taxes- Donald Trump has not.”.
Lastly, the word choice and imagery in Hillary Clinton’s speech at the end convinces the audience that Hillary Clinton is the best choice for President. By stating that “we need to make sure that they can be proud of us”, Clinton introduces a sense of accountability and duty to the audience, going against the notion that one person’s vote does not matter. Also, the use of the pronoun “we” makes it seem like Clinton shares a common interest with the rest of America and thus is a figure that can be trusted. In order to convince the audience that Clinton is a patriot and has the support of many Americans, the speech is shown as taking place in front of a large, cheering crowd of people with American flags. The combined effect of this word choice and imagery is that Clinton is portrayed as a down-to-earth patriot who cares deeply about the future of the country.
Initially, Clinton denied the allegations presented before him regarding his sexual relationship with Monica Lewinsky, later stating that he wanted to protect his wife, Hilary, and daughter, Chelsea. It was likely he admitted zero wrongdoing at an attempt to save face, thus protecting his image and legacy. Although he was nearing the end of his second term as president, protecting his image would have been of benefit to the Democratic Party, as well as assisting with getting more of his public policies through the House. After the Supreme Court hearing, Clinton did come clean and was honest regarding his ongoing relationship with Lewinsky; unfortunately, it was too late and the damage had been done. In the past, when political leaders had faced similar or worse allegations, those who admitted the lapse in judgment or err in their ways from the beginning, were typically forgiven and did not suffer the long-term effects of their poor choices.
He had certain opinions that we now know are wrong, but he was very ahead of his time and was a different type of president. For example, he wanted women to have the right to vote in 1836, which no president ever even thought about. Lincoln was a good man, overall. Abe, or Abraham as he liked to be called, has said a few questionable things. For example, in a debate, he revealed that he believed blacks and whites should not have the same rights.
Have you heard of the quote “The future rewards those who press on. I don’t have time to feel sorry for myself. I don’t have time to complain. I’m going to press on”? Most would have not, but you most definitely heard of the name Barack Obama.
Current day, it has little relevancy since it was originally included to address also issues that do not exist anymore, including not trusting the decision to be made by the American people. When originally founded, they wanted to ensure the President was decided by electors who had the knowledge to make what they felt was informed decisions. Now, many people feel as though too much power is given to the electoral votes, and that their vote does not mean as much as someone in a different state. As it stands, many feel that small states are largely misrepresented and given too much power since the votes are not divided equally among the population. In fact, if the Electoral College system was not in the Constitution, it would undoubtedly be removed due to it being unconstitutional, because using the electoral votes violates the principle of one-person, one-vote.
Many people seem to think it is an offensive term that should not be used when referring to the child, although it is used more often than not. Jeb Bush and Donald Trump have certainly had personal run ins with the phrase anchor baby. When Bush was asked if he regretted using the term he responded, "No, do you have a better term? OK, you give me a better term and I 'll use it.
Did you know that on election day you do not vote directly for president. Many people don’t like that they don’t ultimintly decide for president. They however don’t understant that it is there for a quite a few reasons. The first is that the founding fathers created the electoral college, second that it ensures that every state gets a say in who the president is, and number three is that it makes sure that the president is chosen by a majority vote and not a popular vote. When the founding fathers built this country they made the electoral college so that the presadent could be picked by an educated population.
Limits to Congressional Terms The only constant thing in America is change; except when it comes to the congressional member that govern our country. Many political pundits questioned how a junior senator from Illinois became President of the United States; because of change. The America people want it but Congress is having none of it.
However, it is true that the Clinton hopes to strengthen supervision and restriction of firearms but not abolish the Amendment. According to the Poll, most of the Americans believe to pass out the new law for gun purchase that makes it more complex or more detailed procedures
We having established our political view into these countries means they can be more like America. Even though I get criticized on many of the things I do as president of the United States, I still feel that my voicing over these country that we as American’s have, should make up for me being “weak” as the president. Even opinions from the press has dimmed me in a bad light as the president. Since the spanish foreign policy I have also dealt with the repercussions, but I feel as if you can’t please everybody in America as the president. People even said I was a weak and mediocre president because I did not want America to go to war, but of course things end up diffrently than as planned.