Bush states, “They hate what we see right here in this chamber a democratically el... ... middle of paper ... ...rists are the destroyers of freedoms. They represent everything that we stand against and it is our duty to help rid the world of these people. It is this message that Bush’s speech most strongly conveys. This also requires the unification of the country, as does any war. America could not be fighting without the support of the American people backing it.
The role that the president has in legislative branch is to sign bill into law or veto bill that is passed in both the house of representative and house of senate. These are tools that the president can use to advance his agenda. Another method a president can influence law is t... ... middle of paper ... ...fight for equality could be seen in his administration from passing the affordable care act to the selection of cabinet member from minority groups. It could be conclude that Mendel, Martin Luther King, ghadi had a major influence on Obama because they were mentioned in the article and all were champion on civil rights. Obama is seen as champion for civil right as well and think the greatest achievement to date is the passing of affordable care act.
Dangers of the War on Terrorism The President of the United State has used the phrases “War on Poverty”, “War on Drugs”, War on Illiteracy”, and the “War on Hunger,” when describing the problems Americans are facing. The term ‘war’ is used metaphorically to signify our willingness to devote vast resources, and immense amounts of time to a specified problem. No one seems to have a problem with these phrases as they do not signify our determination to die for the cause. The Civil War, World War II, and even the Vietnam War or Conflict designates our determination to give the lives of soldiers and spill the blood of the enemy to maintain our freedom. These “real” wars are fought under different set of rules, governing everything from Presidential Powers to civil rights of our citizens.
On January 20, 2009, President Obama was officially inaugurated and sworn in as the forty-fourth president of the United States of America. The tradition of being inaugurated requires the president to give a speech about the goals they want to reach during their presidency. The president must make a speech that appeals to the audience while being professional. Rhetoric is a useful strategy to utilize in speech making. Obama uses rhetoric to achieve presenting his message of creating hope and change together in America while fixing the economic and social challenges and issues left behind from the previous president.
Which includes raising taxes on the wealthy households and corporations, developing a stronger social safety net, and the raising of minimum wage. He believes that those who work more than forty hours a week with minimum wage shouldn’t be living in poverty. "I don 't believe that the men and women who defended American democracy fought to create a situation where billionaires own the political process.”(Bernie Sanders) With the raising of the minimum wage, Bernie as the president will create more jobs that will help everyone out who is in trouble. Bernie Sanders highly supports the organized labor. (Miller) With immigration, Bernie supports immigrants who want to become U.S. citizens, though he said that too many immigrants becoming legal citizens can take over the jobs for the Americans.
I have destroyed the symbols of American capitalism and stopped the heartbeat of world finance which the US dominates." The US, as well as moderate Muslims the world over, must unite and deny him this symbolic victory and must not accept to engage him in combat on these terms. We should not let him define the terms of our intellectual and symbolic battle. As a professor of Islamic law I have researched the law of jihad and can state unequivocally that the war Bin Laden has engaged us in cannot be labeled a jihad. Furthermore, I believe a strong case can be made that he has acted contrary to the tenets of Islam and can be ostracized from the community of believing Muslims.
By sympathizing with the people and portraying himself as a common man with only their interests at heart, he is able to garner more followers to elect him. He identifies the problem: Obama identified imperfections in the government and their inability to govern properly as the primary necessity of his campaign;... ... middle of paper ... ...his use of actions and body language, inspired Obama’s audience emulating emotions and desires for new government politics. Works Cited Bitzer, Lloyd . "The Rhetorical Situation." (1968): 1-14.
As supporters of not going to war say in the article ISIS, “[I]s America cause a backlash among the very people it needs to win over?” (ISIS) They make a very valid argument. By stating this they are saying if we do engage in military action against ISIS we could be validating extremists views that “America is a threat to all Muslims” (ISIS) and by doing this the Muslim population that are only moderates might turn extremists and join ISIS’s cause. This kind of action would only strengthen ISIS’s power and influence and make their reach that much more vast ... ... middle of paper ... ...efore they can create the operational wherewithal to conduct a Sept. 11-like tragedy” (ISIS). The problem with this argument is again by looking at history. Al-Qaeda was responsible for the 9/11 attacks.
And I hope you’ll join me.” George W. Bush creates a compassionate and operative way of presenting the issues that he feels strongly about. He chooses to use emotions and values to allure the audience. The emphasis on prosperity and hard-working Americans take his campaign to a different level than his opponents, who are discussing policies and laws. Bush, who is pushing for conservative reform, heads off his campaign with a strong rhetorical argument and a well-developed ethos. If he is able to maintain this advantage and fix a few minor flaws in his approach, he will be well on his way to a seat in the Oval Office.
Roosevelt and Wilson were both strong believers in Progressivism. The Progressive movement was time of eliminating corruption and reform. Roosevelt wanted a stronger central government to help the people. He used his position as president as a “bully pulpit”, in that he would influence public opinion through his popularity. Roosevelt often took a more aggressive approach to domestic policy in that he would go against the Old Guard Republicans, whereas Wilson was one to speak directly in front of congress in order to gain their support.