What is “America” means to me
My poster board is broken up into five different sections. My first section of my collage is pictures of America’s most famous symbols, such as the White House, the flag, Mount Rushmore, and the Statue of Liberty. The second section of my collage is labeled ideals and values. The pictures I choose were family, wealth, products, and democracy. Family, wealth, and products are three things Americans strive for; it’s a common goal for most of us. Democracy is something that we had to fight for so it’s something that Americans value. My third section is societal issues and I choose abortion, gun control, and gay marriage. Something about all three of these topics is that they almost force you to have an opinion. These topics cause debates and force voting and no matter what the government decides on, it will always be argued. My fourth section is strengths, for this I choose freedom, diversity, military, and government. Our government is the best in the world because its fair but also structured. We also have one of the best militaries because of technology that we have because of funding. We are a very diverse nation because we welcome people from every part of the world. My fifth section is labeled weaknesses. The pictures I choose are U.S. Boarder Patrol, oil dependency, welfare, and foreclosure. There is only so much that our boarder patrol can do but there has to be change. Oil dependency in the U.S. is a huge problem because someday it will either run out or get too expensive. Although welfare helps a lot of people, many people abuse it and it’s not fair to the people who work to pay for it.
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