December 6, 2008
What does Obama think?
As everybody knows, on September 11, 2001, the World Trade Center was attacked by Al-Qaeda terrorists. The terrorists hijacked 2 American Airliners and ran them into the world trade center buildings. Over 2,500 people died in these attacks. Not long after, President George W. Bush sent The United States into the war on terrorism. We have been at war for about 6 years and over 1,000 American soldiers have died over the war. President Bush’s term for being the President of the United States is almost over. In November, there will be another presidential election and another president will be selected.
The senator from Illinois, Barack Obama, is one of the candidates running for the presidential election. Obama is a Democrat and is running with Joe Biden, the Senator from Delaware. Obama and Biden have a lot of the same views and make great running mates. The candidate running for the Republican Party is the Senator from Arizona, John McCain. His running mate is Sarah Palin, the Senator from Alaska. Both of these candidates have different views about the war in Iraq, but I feel like Senator Barack Obama has a stronger plan. As a voter, I am voting for Obama in the 2008 presidential election and I think you should also. I like a lot of his views, but I like his war on Iraq view and plan the best.
A lot of people in the United States do not like the war in Iraq. At first, people were for the war because of 9/11. Now, people think it is a waste to have American soldiers getting killed each day, or have the risk of being killed. In a recent poll, 73 percent of Americans do not like the war in Iraq since we have been in there in 2002. The truth is, we can’t just pull all of the troops out at once, and Senator Obama agrees with this. Obama wants to pull troops out the quickest he can, but only do it 1 to 2 squads a month. Obama says that this is the safest way to pull troops out without... [continues]
Cite This Essay
(2013, 01). Obama. StudyMode.com. Retrieved 01, 2013, from http://www.studymode.com/essays/Obama-1365372.html
"Obama" StudyMode.com. 01 2013. 01 2013 <http://www.studymode.com/essays/Obama-1365372.html>.
"Obama." StudyMode.com. 01, 2013. Accessed 01, 2013. http://www.studymode.com/essays/Obama-1365372.html.