HW4 - America what it is today. Obama addressed the poor...

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Before Barack Obama took office, there were many issues that our country was facing. A war in the Middle East, a troubled economy, and a major deficit were just a few of the problems. It was clear that whoever was elected president was going to have a lot of cleaning up to do. There was a fear in the air, many people were losing their jobs, and the education system needed overhauling. President Obama delivered a speech straight to the heart of Americans in need. His speech hit on almost every problem in the United States at the time, and he promoted change. During his speech he said things like “We are a nation of Christians and Muslims, Jews and Hindus, and non-believers”. In these words, he is bringing all people together, no matter what race or religion and stating that every race and language is what makes
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Unformatted text preview: America what it is today. Obama addressed the poor countries saying that he will help make their waters flow clean, and help their farms flourish. He also says that America will be a friend to all nations, all men and women who seeks a future of peace and dignity. The world has many problems, and Obamas speech showed how determined he was to make the world a better place for everyone. The speech was a very powerful speech. He addressed the corrupt leaders of our world, and offered to help them if they are Willing to unclench their fist. Obama is a man of action, a man of change. And during his speech he commands respect, and brings a sense of hope, and responsibility. His speech was flawless and nothing could have made it better. This is a speech that will come down in history....
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This note was uploaded on 03/16/2010 for the course ENG 15239 taught by Professor High during the Spring '10 term at University of Arizona- Tucson.

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