Obama attempts to convey a speech to his audience that our country is one powerful and successful hand. This speech is persuasive because of his use of amazing emotional as well as ethical appeals.
In our contemporary times the founding fathers would not see a problem with faction, because now we have a very strong central government. Factions today can be consider any type of groups that has an objective such as AARP, NAACP, Occupy wall St. and many others. Over the years factions have become larger and more powe... ... middle of paper ... ...the executive branch because its responsible for the protection of the nation. Founding fathers would be proud that the America of our current time is as energetic as it can be and their ideals are still alive. Even though some ideas The Founding Fathers fabricated where not in effect today anymore, they help America grow the way it is now.
Clintons self confidence allow his followers to believe in his work. From the start of the presidency, he was passionate about accomplishing what he promised. Clinton has excellent communication skills. He was able to persuade his ways for various laws and for people to support him. His words was able to increase the morals of his followers.
What we have achieved shows that we can achieve it again, and the only reason these feats were achieved was because we were one nation working together. Obama successfully incorporate rhetoric into his speech to make it emotional, believable, and logical. His speech is a great representation of a well written rhetorical essay.
Eisenhower was also an innovator that found smarter and more effective ways to do business. This is a key quality that he exuded and that the best visionary leaders of today possess, as it takes considerable skill to analyze the past and the present effectively enough to successfully predict how we should do things in the future. (Source B) His ability to be a leader was constantly validated, from his promotion to general to his election as president.
In order for Rockefeller to become vice president, he had to prove himself, show how good of a person he was to get recognize and nominated for the Republic nomination. Nelson Rockefeller as a child, he always dreamed of becoming president. He was a well-educated man that follows his dream. Rockefeller worked hard to become president of his family owned business. He had many strategies on his campaign to become governor.
Generation after generation, people have strongly had a belief that with the right mix of grit, guts, and character, one could achieve new levels of success for themselves and their families. Implied in this amalgamation are the concepts of hard work, and a determination to overcome adversity. That, in my belief, is the definition of the American Dream; with enough toil and a strong backbone, one can take advantage of whatever natural strengths one has and manipulate them to earn success. As Americans we have always believed there was someplace to move, something to overcome, in order to improve our lot in life and raise ourselves up. According to the article on “Economic Recession” from Issues and Controversies, a panel of economists determined that the U.S. was in a recession from December 2007 to June 2009, making it the longest ... ... middle of paper ... ... in those around you.
This dream of upward mobility was exemplified in the lives of both ordinary people and influential leaders of the time like Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson and Thomas Paine. Knowledge, freedom, and innovation propelled the nation to cultivate the American Dream and maintain its allure in the hearts of the citizens forever.
There has always been the age old question, “What does true success mean to you?” For many centuries, everybody has given their own definition of success. Whether it is money, happiness, love, or power, everybody has their own definition of success. Stephen Covey, a popular author, once said, “If you carefully consider what you want to be said of you in the funeral experience, you will find your definition of success.” I believe that everybody has to realize what real success means to you. Everybody has aspirations for their life, and coming to terms with those aspirations can set one up for successful life. For past centuries, and still today, success has always been associated with how much money and power you have.
He has a successful marriage, a feat that should not be overlooked in today's society, two wonderful children and a business and financial career that is second to few. He has proven that he is going to succeed at any and all costs and he will defeat the strongest of opponents. In this short essay I feel that I have shown how our current President, George W Bush has succeeded due to his high level of leadership abilities. He is a communicator, motivator, cooperator, and administrator, he is intellectual, emotionally stable, and has drive and interest required to succeed. All of these traits lend themselves to Mr. Bush's great success and leadership abilities and I feel that in four years the American people will be pleased with his work record as our leader.