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  • Barack Obama

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    President of the United States February 10, 2007, Obama announced his presidential candidacy at a rally in front of the Old State House in Springfield, Illinois, which was where Abraham Lincoln had given his famous "house divided" speech. The Obama campaign received a great huge amount of support from organizations, volunteers, and donors. Barack Obama was running against former first Lady Hillary Clinton wife of former president Bill Clinton. The Obama campaign developed a strategy for winning the Democratic

  • Barack Obama

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    Politician Obama's one mistake during his early political career (he later called it "an ill-considered race" in which he got "spanked" by the voters. Barack directed the Illinois Project Vote, which was a voter registration drive aimed at increasing black turnout in the 1992 election. Directing this project, Obama accepted positions such as attorney with the civil rights law firm of Miner, Barnhill and Galland and a lecturer at the University Of Chicago Law School. The Illinois Project Vote helped

  • Barack Obama

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    In 2007 when then Senator Barack Obama announced his run for the presidency of the United States, the country was experiencing great turmoil and people were ready for a change in leadership. No matter what political party you held, it appeared to be an overwhelming sentiment that people were looking for a shift in direction, especially relating to the bad economical positions a lot of Americans had found themselves in. All of the challenges that the country was experiencing was a sign that the next

  • Race In Barack Obama

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    Barak Obama is the 44th president of the United States and also the1st black man to hold this position. He has emerged from a society of segregation to become one of the greatest leaders of the free world. He has followed in the footsteps of many great black leaders including Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X. These freedom fighters have paved the way for the emergence of African Americans as leaders. Martin Luther King Jr. was a fore runner in the passing of the voting rights act of 1965 which

  • Essay On Barack Obama

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    Barack Obama does not have what it takes to consider himself a proper president. Although he has had some successes, President Barack Obama’s mistakes outweigh his successes. Obama has proven himself to be just like every other president the United States has ever had, worthless. President Barack Obama is an unfit president because of his healthcare plan, approval of the NSA’s surveillance of ordinary United States citizens, failure to pass many beneficial proposals, lying to Americans, and being

  • Critique of Barack Obama

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    when the nation was afflicted with thieves, crooks, liars, and wannabe tyrants, good men were able to repair much of the damage inflicted by political scumbags and restore the country to reasonable health. The leftwing media and Democrats foisted Barack Obama upon America, promising a President to make Lincoln proud. As it turned out, we got a charlatan masterfully trained in the art of misdirection and deception by the words of Saul Alinsky and Karl Marx. A man with a personal agenda so radically anti-American

  • An Essay About Barack Obama

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    In 2008 Barack Obama became president of the U.S. He is the first African American president of the U.S this motivated many people in the United States. This changed many things for us. First of all, Obama is the 44th president of the U.S. Obama ran for president against John McCain. In fact, Barack Obama ran for president two terms and won both of the elections. Barack picked Senator Joe Biden to run for vice president. Then, on August 27 Obama became a Democratic Party official for president. He

  • Reward Power Of Barack Obama

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    Barack Obama, the 44th President of the United States, is easily one of the most recognizable faces for most Americans right now. This is rightfully so as he has spent the better part of 6 years being the most powerful and influential person in the country, some would argue the world. President Obama 's life was not so full of glitz and glamour in the early parts of his life. He was born on Hawaii, the son of mother, Stanley Ann Dunham, and father, Barack Obama Sr. There marriage was not one that

  • The Life of a Leader, Barack Obama

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    that is educated and embodies the ability to assess the other group's skills and talents in order to utilize them to accomplish a goal. Barack Obama was the first black senator for the state of Illinois. Barak was also the first black United States President. Barak made a healthcare program that has been modified to include more people it is called Obamacare. Obama is a good leader because he is persuasive and a diligent worker. As a leader he does many things which include visiting foreign countries

  • Barack Obama as an Agent of Change

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    severely mismanaged. I believe a change, a new circulation, and fresh thinking is in order and I believe Sen. Barack Obama is currently the most viable agent of change. It seems as though his often repeated platform banner of CHANGE seems to be exactly what most citizens are yearning for. In pouring through and examining countless research for this paper, I noticed immediately that Obama has written and published many articles, books, and journals—in short the man is undoubtedly well-spoken, expressive