Analysis Of A More Perfect Union

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Attempting a More Perfect Union Barack Obama’s campaign speech, “A More Perfect Union,” not only is it one of the best campaign speeches ever given, but also a great outline for the needs of America and what to do to create a more perfect union. He outlines that we can take care of all the races of America who do not have health care as long as we take it on together, that the real problem isn’t someone taking your job, it’s the corporation sending it overseas for a profit, and that we’ll show our patriotism by caring for the men and women of every color who serve and fight together by giving them the benefits they have earned. However, this campaign speech is almost eight years old and the question is did Barack Obama and we the people do…show more content…
The reason Obama ran for presidency at that moment in history was because, “I believe deeply that we cannot solve the challenges of our time unless we solve them together – unless we perfect our union by understanding that we may not look the same and we may not have come from the same place, but we all want to move in the same direction – toward a better future for our children and our grandchildren.” Barack Obama feels that if we come together as one than we can solve problems of today’s society such as a failing economy and a chronic health care crisis. The Affordable Care Act (Obama Care) is Obama’s solution to the chronic health care crisis, Obama Care’s goal is to give more Americans access to affordable, quality health insurance and to reduce the growth in U.S. health care spending. Veteran’s health care program counts as Minimum Essential Coverage under Obama Care so veterans don’t need to get other coverage and are protected from any fee. Obama care is successful in his task to make a more just, more caring, and more prosperous America by passing the Affordable Care…show more content…
Obama wants to invest within our schools and communities because the children of the union are the future in which we, the United States, depend upon. Investing in our schools and communities will make them successful, building them equally to form one union for all Americans. Discrimination is the main reason for inequality in America; solving the problem of discrimination, by addressing and changing the mindset of racial superiority, will dissolve the problem of Inequality. Poverty in the United States is a result of the inequality between races in America throughout the past. The present African American race has a 27.4% poverty rating mostly due to their hardships of slavery and racial inequality throughout their generations. Obama wants all Americans to realize that our dreams do not have to come at the expense of other’s dreams, together we can make this a more perfect
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