The Republicans wanted to extend certain parts of "Obamacare", but that was non-negotiable with the Democrats and the president (Przybyla). The debate ended with an agreement to extend the budget until January and the debt limit until February (United). The shutdown caused the Republicans to lose approval with Americans and the Democrats lost approval over the budget issues (United) The crisis is not over, it has just been postponed. The problem is that all of this debt has to be paid back. Where will the money come from?
This could have been prevented, but both parties were adamant on their own argument, they weren't leaving any room for compromise. Many were opposi... ... middle of paper ... ...ly been any cooperation between Democrats and Republicans in the United States during the few years before 2010. Eradication of political parties would help decrease the amount of political bias, arguments, and disagreements between parties. When there is a disagreement, in our government, we seem to pass temporary bills to delay the problem until the end of the bill's deadline. This delay can cause major loss in funding and can also increase the threat of the problem.
The Republicans have wronged the citizens of this country, but with time they might be able to recover the people’s trust and maybe this shutdown will be forgotten. Or this could just haunt them for several years to come it all truly depends on the people. If the people choose to forgive and forget then all shall be fine for the Republicans, but if they choose to vote for the Democrats next year because of what the Republicans did, then what does the future hold for them? Only time shall decide.
When we got our freedom of religion we also got the freedom of speech, press, assembly, and petition. All of those just come together, not separate. I say again, our independence is the most important thing we need because it lets us be and act how we are and want to be. Another really important aspect in life is being about to express ourselves. Every human needs to express themselves.
The way that his acceptance speech reads is years ago the government put their wing over the American people because they could not financially afford to do themselves. However it seems that it was the government themselves that put them where they are at this time by imposing impossible taxes and laws. Reagan sees that “A phased reduction of tax rates would go a long way toward easing the heavy burden on the American people.” (Reagan) as he nears the conclusion of his speech he mentions that “It is the responsibility of the president of the united states, in working for peace, to insure the safety of our people cannot successfully be threatened by a hostile foreign power.” (Reagan) This doesn’t even mention anything on our soil, but it gives light on that He will
The same problems remain there year after year and election after e... ... middle of paper ... ...e been ignored. One should note that the effect of low voter turnout may be felt even strongly by the voters and mostly it is those of us who do not vote that keep complaining of the system and its shortcomings. Blow makes readers think and form their own opinion that if the solution really lies in their own hands and if things can change really as drastically if take action. It will be hardly different as per our opinion either and the things may really change as we wish them to. So, the time is for action and not to complain as Blow mentions.
Technology and evolution has changed the way many individuals and groups perceive the world around them. Even though stereotypes still emerge in today’s society, many actually lack the knowledge of the reality of those groups and individuals. People need to become more educated and aware about the truth behind the many misconceptions and stereotypes that exist in today’s society. If people are not exposed to the reality of labeled communities then these groups will never be understood. Many individuals perceive and misunderstand republicans believing they are greedy ignorant politicians who don’t care about the general public when in actuality republicans are people with good morals and values that have the best intentions for a prosperous country.
Certainly, nearly every organization will retaliate in some way against subordinates who do not go along, but within Bush's government, going and getting along now means, at EVERY LEVEL, from clerk to senior manager, civil service appointee or not, working in accord with Republican ideology. When the data produced is contrary to Republican ideology the data's not released, the data's transformed in some way to obscure the truth, rather than show the truth, or the people aren't hired to produce the data.
When people are sure that they are right, they would be cowardly not to act on that belief and to allow doctrines to be expressed that they believe will hurt mankind. To this, Mill replies that the only way that a person can be confident that he is right is if there is complete liberty to contradict and disprove his beliefs. Humans have the capacity to correct their mistakes, but only through experience and discussion. Human judgment is valuable only in so far as people remain open to criticism. Thus, the only time a person can be sure he is right is if he is constantly open to differing opinions; there must be a standing invitation to try to disprove his beliefs.
One can not change how they have done things before, but being given a second chance opens doors to be to whoever one feels they can be. Without another chance in anything, one can not correct the ways of thinking, the outlook of the future, or the way people see them. It is a way to turn the bad into the good, make a change and leave the wrongdoing behind. There are many who only get one chance and hope and wish every day that there could be a second chance, one that they know they may never get. Some would argue that without second chances the world would be a better place.