Comparison Of Barack Obama And Obama

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In the summer of 2012, Barack Obama and Mitt Romney were nominated for the United States presidential election of 2012. Mitt Romney, an American politician and business, who also is part of the Republican Party, accepted his nomination for the United States presidential election of 2012. As for Barack Obama, part of the Democratic Party and first American president, accepted his nomination for the United States presidential election of 2012 for his second term. Both Romney and Obama mention important issues in their speeches but from opposing points of view. One of the issues they both mention to address and president their main argument was military expense. American people were really concern about the safety and project of the Nation. According …show more content…
In Chicago he was a community organizer before he received his law. He worked as a civil right attorney and taught constitutional law at the University of Chicago Law School. During 1997 to 2004 he represents the 13th districts in the Illinois senate. Since January 20, 2009, Barack Obama has been the 44th United State President. In 2012, president Obama ran for the United States presidential election of 2012 for his second ter. In his acceptance speech, he asked the American people to choose his future: sets of “goals in manufacturing, energy, education, national security and the deficit” (2) and plans that would “lead to new jobs” (2). He asking them to believe in him because seen he has become the president all he has done was improve the nation. He hasn’t fail on its people and never plan to. But he needs the help from the American people he wants the American people the right to be heard. In first place, he wants to “use the money we’re no longer spending on war to pay down debt and put more people back to work” but still “sustain the strongest military the world has ever know” (4). He wants to work with the main importance issues in this nation whom seemed to be the American people but still have a well safe protected nation. In the Wall Street Journal article, Military Faces Historic Shift, states that Obama’s plan will be “shirking military spending by $487 billion over 10 years, a cut about 8% in coming years”. Decrease the military spending would allow for Obama to spending more in other spending’s then spending most of the nation money in military’s. Making the nation safe but so making the American people feel important: becoming part of the national or spending. Overall Obama said “it’s time to do some nation-building right here at home” (5), for example rebuilding roads and bridges, schools and

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