WRITING 140 ASSIGNMENT 2

WRITING 140 - Barrack Obama vs Hillary Clinton A more realistic approach The pace for the U.S Presidential Elections of November 2008 gains

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Barrack Obama vs Hillary Clinton: A more realistic approach The pace for the U.S Presidential Elections of November 2008 gains tremendous velocity as the primaries are held in different states all over the country and the Americans voice their opinions on whom they want to be their leader for the next five most important years in history. With the American economy in shambles and heading for a recession, a world plagued with problems in every front from Nuclear Issues to Terrorism, leading an all-important and pivotal country like the United States will be a uphill task which only the very best and greatest would be able to handle. The race for the most coveted hot seat gears up as the candidates try to persuade the people that they will really transform their words into actions and they have a master plan laid out, tailor-made to address the problems facing the United States today in the best possible way. Being the President of the United States is not only restricted to problems within the country, but it requires a much broader global perspective. The candidates would not only have to analyze and make up for the drawbacks of the present regime but also captain the ship to safer and more prosperous waters. The strategy to tackle the world issues should be clearly defined, realistic, feasible and well planned out. This would require deep devotion of the heart and soul, true sincerity in helping the U.S and global cause and rationally addressing issues, not only chalking out the current problems comprehensively but also laying out the plan to achieve the possible solutions, a true reflection of which was found in the text written by Barack Obama. The approach adopted by Barack Obama is rational in which he looks up to previous Presidents like Franklin Roosevelt, Harry Truman and John F. Kennedy for their landmark achievements, draws inspiration from them and calls upon himself that the job
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of the next U.S President would require an extra effort, and the daunting task to achieve the milestone would need something much more than what the former presidents had to do. Unlike, Hillary Clinton who in a greater part focuses more on pointing out the drawbacks of the present administration, Obama is less devoted to criticizing the Bush government and brings into limelight the real cause of the problems today both internally and externally and how he would find a remedy to it if he assumes the office of the president. For the War in Iraq, Obama and Clinton both have the same viewpoint that the
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This note was uploaded on 05/07/2008 for the course WRIT 140 taught by Professor Alvandi during the Spring '07 term at USC.

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WRITING 140 - Barrack Obama vs Hillary Clinton A more realistic approach The pace for the U.S Presidential Elections of November 2008 gains

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