Immigration, Population, And Our Lack Of Voting Essay
AP Human Geography
30 October 2015
Immigration, Population, and Our Lack of Voting
President Barack Hussein Obama has changed on immigration policies, one in his first term and one in his second term. But have these policies focused on one major goal to finalize the United States of America’s immigration standards? George W. Bush, President Obama’s predecessor, had a series of immigration policies too. How do those compare and differ to Obama’s and what can Obama do to make Bush’s policies overshadowed? Voting has been limited in America; this can dramatically change an election of any type. What can Obama do to reenergize Americans and encourage them to vote?
On November 4th 2008 Barack Hussein Obama was elected as president, not only president but the first African-American President of the United States of America. During the elections he was up against John McCain, He obviously won 365-173 electoral votes. Obama’s immigration policy toward illegal’s were to create a system that makes immigrants learn English, make employers that hired the immigrants take penalties (Which probably lead them to working on farms tax free without the government knowing), and to insure the illegal immigrants get a citizenship they would have to pay a fine and patiently wait behind the legal’s to become a United States citizen. On November 6, 2012 Barack Hussein Obama was reelected this time winning 332-206 over Mitt Romney. Obama’s policy on immigration has changed.…