First off, I do NOT support Donald Trump. I think his actions and his plans for the "new America" is completely ignorant, and ignores the foundation of our country as a whole. This thread is mainly to raise arguments about the true reasons of Donald Trump's success so far in the Republican party.
Bernie Sanders is a candidate who believes that Obamacare was a step in the right direction. He thinks that if it was executed in the intended and correct way that it would’ve been a great thing for the country.
The Democrats and Republican views on health care are very different. Democrats severely disagree with the Republican agenda regarding health care and Medicare. Republicans are fighting tooth and nail against the Affordable Care Act, in hopes of having it repealed, while Democrats still stand behind it, adamant that all Americans are entitled to health care. The largest discrepancy in beliefs is in the cost of the act.
Hillary Clinton wants to help families that would be torn apart if undocumented immigrants are taken out of the country. She supports the DREAM Act, and wants to help to it remain as she feels that would benefit immigrant families. She supports Obama, which is not that unusual considering they are both part of the Democratic Party. Her immigration reforms are similar to Bernie Sander’s immigration reforms.
A major topic that seems to be discussed around by a lot of people is Donald Trump's immigration policy. Donald Trump states that we are the only country in the world whose immigration system puts the need of other nations ahead of our own. However, Donald Trump's immigration policy seems to target more Mexicans than any other race.
I believe that Hillary Clinton is going to be the Democratic Candidate in 2016. She is popular among the Americans. She was the United States senator in 2001. She was the first lady for 8 years when her husband, Bill Clinton, was president from 1993 to 2001. She was the Secretary of State, and was appointed to that position by Barack Obama in 2009. She stepped down from that position in 2013. She has a lot of support from sponsors. I believe that she would be a good choice because she is well known and popular among Americans that support the Democratic party and Americans in general.
It is very hard to map out who will be republican candidate of 2016. I believe the candidate to win will be Donald Trump. Although he seems very childish, he has the most popularity. He is an active participant in social media. Social Media is a new way to reach out to people, even when considering politics.
He is # 1 when it comes to the Iowa and N.H. polls. He is also # 1 when it comes to market predictions. Although he raised the least money, Donald Trump is very wealthy and does not require this. Unfortunately, Donald Trump has a big chance of being the republican nominee.
Donald Trump will most likely be the Republican representative for president of 2016. And more than two-thirds of Republicans say he's the candidate most likely to capture their party's presidential nomination. Trump's lead is clearly significant and the poll finds him well ahead of the field among a range among other candidates. He leads among both men and women, younger and older voters, white evangelicals, conservatives and both self-identified Republicans and independents who lean toward the party.
I feel like Marco Rubio is the candidate that will most likely be the 2016 Republican candidate. Marco Rubio is the junior United States senator from Florida. He was the junior United States senator since 2011. He used to be Speaker of the Florida House of Representatives. His parents were from Cuba, but he was born in Miami, Florida. He had held a seat in office in the United States government. He has more experience than other people who have not held a seat in office in the United States government.
Based on the evidence that I have found in the internet, I believe that Hillary Clinton will be the Democratic candidate for president of 2016. Based on the breakdown of the survey taken before and after the debate, Clinton’s lead has grown even more after the debate. Before Saturday, Clinton was leading Sanders 45 percent to 37 percent. In surveys taken after Saturday, Clinton shot up to 60 percent while Sanders dropped down to 27 percent.
I evaluated the claim that Ben Carson is the new front runner from the article “Who is Ben Carson?” on the Atlantic. I must declare a bias before continuing this argument. I am a supporter of Dr. Carson and that may have colored the way I thought about the piece. I agreed with the central claim as I also think he is the new front runner.
Shortly after he received the proposed bill allowing the commencement of laying down the Keystone XL Pipeline, President Barack Obama swiftly vetoed the bill. The controversial Pipeline has been in limbo for 6 years waiting for government approval. Republicans, who support the Pipeline, believe that it will create more jobs and boost the environment, yet how many permanent jobs created are debated. Democrats and environmentalists argue that the pipeline would destroy the habitat of many organisms living within the bounds of the oil fields and area that must be demolished for the pipeline.
This book gave me more information about the life of Abraham Lincoln. I had studied the Civil War and I knew a little about his life, but this gave me interesting information.
The first chapter of Abraham Lincoln by Tanya Lee Stone might leave a reader feeling satisfied because Abraham Lincoln helped his father with some work that he needed to do. An example of this is on page 8. "He helped his father with the farmwork, too." This is satisfying because it shows that Lincoln was a hard worker, and he didn't expect everything to be done for him.
Fahmeda Akther and Marzia Sultan
March 19, 2013
United Nations Speech
Good morning delegates of the General Assembly and chairperson. My name is Ahla Osman and along with Mehtab Bahar, we are honored to represent the country of Turkey. We are here to discuss the matter that Syria’s civil war will soon affect our country of Turkey. It is a great concern to our people, especially since Syria has chemical weapons that are continuously being thrown at us.
With massive national security issues coming to rise in places like Libya and Egypt, it is unfortunate to say that the national security issue that most newspapers are focused on has been the Petraeus scandal. While I can see how this situation could weaken the security of America, I am much more fearful of the uprisings in Egypt and the embassy burning in Libya.
As the presidential and vice presidential debates continue on, my feelings toward both politics have resurfaced and been confirmed: I hate them. Well maybe hate is a strong word but “seriously dislike and do not enjoy them whatsoever” was just too long. As a citizen who will be eligible to vote in this election, I feel it is my civic duty to vote for the leaders of our nation. However, as an individual I simply can’t stand all of the manipulation and lies that are thrown under the rug or twisted in order to sound better.
One issue that I find very important is balancing the budget. Right now our government spends and borrows more money than it actually takes in, hence the budget deficit. This type of policy isn't sustainable and just passing the debt on to the next generation isn't the answer. This country needs to be budgeted like a business that wants to make a profit. If the economy is strong and not in extreme debt, then everyone is benefited. Another issue that is important to me is the future of energy. I think the U.S.
There are a lot of issues that could be discussed, but in my opinion the two issues that I would like to focus the most on are our social issues, and our economy.
-Economy: Our economy has crashed causing us to lose thousands of jobs, and leaving millions of people unemployed. Obama and Romney both see two different ways to fix this issue, one involving the government and one involving personal businesses.
One issue that sticks out the most is Pollution. Recently the weather has been good but during the sunsets it it super orange cause of all the pollution in the air. On the way to school I always see big trucks letting out smoke everywhere. It stays visible for around 30 seconds too. This shows that what we breathe in some days can be very harsh to our bodies.
url to the presention: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1osFAvZrQqPf3S9Z8IB5Na6qyoNz60ejT...
Recently I completed a survey, showing what president I most likely am attracted to. The survey was correct with my choice but for a friend of mine, the survey was not accurate. This led me to believe if the survey is reliable or not. My question is, are surveys a good source or are they just for entertainment. In some cases surveys may be an okay thing to see where you stand, but in other instances not appropriate.
After taking the survey from Select Smart, Obama was at 91% with me (which was no large surprise). Some of the biggest issues to me were the ones about abortion and gun control. Similar to how Biden handled the question, religiously, it is wrong, but politically, I believe that it should be the woman's right to decide weather or not she wants to have the baby. Yet, I don't think she should get one without reason (meaning "I don't want one" is not a good reason). They should know that they might get pregnant during sex, so they shouldn't do that if that is their only reason.
Well the Presidential Election is just around the corner and I'm able to vote! I'm pretty excited to be able to cast my vote for something so important. I already know who I'm voting for, and I've learned a lot about each candidate from the recent debates. The most important issues that stuck out to me were: the economy, healthcare, and jobs. For my own personal reasons, I do not believe Romney/Ryan when they talk about the resurrection of our economy. I'm neither democratic or republican, I vote for who I see best fit and Romney isn't convincing me.
Last night at Magness Arena at the University of Denver in Denver, Colorado, Obama and Romney faced off in a very important presidential debate. Thousands of people in the audience patiently watched and listened to both President Obama and Governor Romney to see who could prove the they deserve the Presidency. I honestly liked the way Obama handled this one, but it was a close call for him.
SO WHAT ! what people got to understand is that Obama is making change already it’s that everything takes time , but people don’t get to realize that because they are type selfish I think. Just because Mitt Romney wants to lower taxes does not mean anything like Obama had a chance to do that but instead he decided to help the lower class people by starting Obama care which benefited a lot of homeless people. I wonder If Mitt Romney becomes the president of the united states will there still be a such thing of Obama Care?
I strongly Agree with this article because Barack Obama was the first black African American that got to reach the most important office in America. I feel like most people voted Obama as president because they wanted him to be the first black executive president. Mr.Obama First two years as president was a good run for him. he got to pass the health care bill also he had the chance to bring back soldiers from iraq .