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Speech by President of the United States of America, Barrack Obama

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This is a speech which was spoken on September 8. 2009 at Wakefield High School in Arlington, Virginia. The speech was delivered by the President of the United States of America, Barrack Obama.

Barrack Obama has been giving a lot of different speeches, especially about the youth and their educations. Giving speeches about whose responsibility it is to teach the students, so they could be better and it was all like if the government was doing it better for the principals and teachers, the principals, teachers and schools were going to it better for the students. But this time Barrack Obama is giving a speech about it is the students' responsibility too. They need to step up and listen to their parents, their grandparents, their teachers and everybody else who has something valuable to teach or tell these students.

Barrack Obama is telling about the difficult life, who everyone could live right now. He was giving an example which actually was about him and how his mother stood up with Barrack in the morning (4.30 in the morning) to teach him the basic stuff you would learn in school, because his mother was alone with him and she could not get the money so she could pay to a school Barrack then could went to. This was just an example of how his school life was and now he is the President of the United States of America and all he is telling about this is, even though you have a difficult life, you should keep on the hard work and get a good education. It doesn't matter if you live in a bad neighborhood or something else. "There is no excuse for not getting a good exam!" is it almost said between the lines of Barrack Obamas speech.

I agree with the president in this speech, I agree in everything actually. I have been through a lot of things by myself. My mother has had a heart attack in my first year at my gymnasium and it really kicked me out of my daily rhythm and it could my teachers see on my grades and I was not making my homework. The second year at my gymnasium I was put to jail before I even started and this time I would not let me kick out of something horrible like that, so I was making a deal with this prison and my gymnasium. I would like to study meanwhile I was in there so I would be allowed to continue when I would be released and I actually kept fighting and now I am started on my third and last year now on my gymnasium and my intention is to graduate with the rest of my class. And that is why I am agreeing with Barrack Obama, because it is stupid to fall you because the winds blow against you, it will always turn sometimes, maybe not while you still are a student but in another time. It might be that it all will turn when you are accepted at your dream university or you will get your dream job and it all will just fit like a glove. It might not be that everyone is having a bad time through school but everyone is going through a bad time at some time and that is just how it is. Nobody can



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