Essay about President Obama 's Presidency Of The United States
The office of the Presidency of the United States of America has always been, and will most likely continue to be, a reflection of what this great nation wants its leader to be in 2016.
A short analogy:
Consider that in 2008, the United States was reeling from the presidency of George W. Bush, a man with feigned a southern drawl and “down home” naiveté in order to set the USA on a course with disaster. At the end of his Presidency, the pendulum swung in favor of a man that spoke with academic diction.
Enter Barack Hussein Obama, a president that I actively helped to become elected by becoming a delegate.
In the years that followed, as far as presidents go, President Obama was better than average and he came in as the embodiment of representation mattering. He wasn’t a better president because he is Black, he simply proved that any American of any stripe should be able to manipulate the broken American system with equal opportunity.
The pendulum will never rest.
The 2016 presidential election is upon us. America has whittled away all of the lesser contenders. Between Hillary R. Clinton and Donald J. Trump we are left to choose between the lesser of the two great evils that are the distilled, refined products of all of the worst qualities that our government and private sector businesses has to offer.