Obama Rhetorical Analysis

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Obama Synthesis

In the three gathered articles by authors Bill Chappell, Peter Baker, and Michael Shear, Barack Obama have made decisions as president that would affect the United States from now until the end of time. The main subcategories that his presidency have been divided into is war, education, and work. Examples of his choices that had an impact included abandoning ranking systems for colleges and universities, continuing the war over in Iraq, and demanding federal contractors to apply paid sick leaves to company employees. These recent events have split and separated the ideas of the citizens of America on whether Obama 's presidency were beneficial or detrimental to the American society. President Barack Obama’s current decisions
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collapse into disagreements and renewed war with Islamic radicals. Most people assumed that the president would revive himself but Obama’s following procedure to withdraw all American troops from Afghanistan other than a tiny contingent by the time he withdrew office, always struck national security experts in both political parties as unjustified. In his educational department, Obama decided to abandon his idea of categorizing 7,000 institutions of higher leveled education with the intention of degrading low-ranked schools that piled loads of debt onto their students; meanwhile, Congress created a website that provided information for future incoming students based upon the tuition and post-graduation salaries. Barack Obama may have been the first African American president under the constitution, but does not mean he made the best decision for the United States in every …show more content…
He showed a supportive, encouraging side towards the safety and improvement of the United States, but also showed a counterproductive side in the rapid downfall and regression of America. In other words, Obama have given pros and cons to the citizens considering the state of his presidency. There was a great responsibility by becoming a president of a country and to have thousands and millions of people watching your every move could be nerve wracking, but to be successful or be a failure depends solely on the resolutions to the economic, social, and political situations. President Barack Obama’s current state was, in some way, more successful than that of certain past presidents like George W. Bush, but depending on the personality and morals of the person could their views of him be determined

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