DEAR PRESIDENT OBAMA:
The speech of our president Barrack Obama was very deep and outstanding. It’ got to my head that I can’t stop thinking about every little word he said. I liked when he said that when you fail you fail to your self and that is true because I have failed to myself many times and when I go back to it I feel down to myself for not keep going in school.
After hearing him speak I feel motivated to finish school the way I’m supposed to and to try my very best to graduate. I would like to go to college and become a dentist and I always remember of that little phrase he says yes we can. What got to me was when he said that it doesn’t matter who you are the most important thing in your life must be your education.
Jessica De La Torre
I thought your speech was great however I a not a fan. I think stunts like the appearing during term on the tonight show and others demean the title of President. However back to the speech I did like I really enjoyed the fact someone in this corrupt world gives a care at all about how our generation takes advantage of the blessing of school bestowed upon us, many other countries don’t even have the opportunity to go to school, or to take courses for careers that WE choose to pursue. Unfortunately this day and age fools choose not to listen and take advantage of the opportunities in front of them years ago some of these things were not available to the less fortunate people in the Americas, or the minorities in America.
I thank you for caring about our youth and our country by speaking to us and providing us with opportunities to go to school pursue a career and make our country great again. Thank you not just caring about the economy falling and worrying about the economy’s problem, but you are reaching the source of the solution to the success of our economy, our youth, pursuing careers, strengthening our country. Once again thank you President Obama for caring about our country.
I think you inspired me to get educated. Also you convinced me not to dropout of high school. I think you can wake the world a better place. Your so inspirational I think you can inspire anybody to do anything. You inspired me to do something with my life I want to be president one day. I know you can lead the nation on a good path and get us out of the recession. I thought your speech was really good you inspired people around the world to get an education. I also think you make people want to stop living a life of crime and get involved with school. You make me want to make me want to set a example for my little brothers. I want to show them that they can do anything they put their mind to and just don’t give up on school. I will try to teach them that dropping out of school is a really bad decision. I think that I could do anything I want to do I can be a doctor or a fireman or the president your speech really inspired me to do more than just sitting on my ass I actually want to do something with my life now.
My name is Lisbet Dimas; I attend Provisional Accelerated Learning Center in San Bernardino CA. I am 17 years old and am a junior. I saw the speech you attended at West Brook high school. I was motivated by your speech as well as many other students. I enjoyed hearing you speak about how to be successful in life; you’re an inspiration to me I like how you put things together and make sure we understand what you’re telling us. I could listen to you talk about never giving up for days and wouldn’t get tried.
There are a lot of things I want to do in life. Even if somehow something slows me down from getting to where I want to go, I know not to give up because you never gave up to be where you are right now. I understand that you don’t just wake up one day and just become successful from one day to another. I know you have to work hard to be successful. Like that saying goes you crawl first so we can start walking. Your speech was one of a kind. It was more impressive how you showed up in person to motivated student I really liked that and I bet the other thousands of people feel the same way. You really did a great job. You’re my hero!
What I truly think about your speech you did today, September 8, 2009 it was a really great speech. And thank you very much for every thing that you told us about going to school it is very important to me. But that story you told us about you I was really thinking about it, that I’m going to school, a free education I should take advantage and graduate. And that was great that you were in that high school they were all happy because you were right there. I really wish you could come to our school.
And I really want to thank you for improving our schools. But you have been a good president so far I really do like you as our president. Also you have been standing there for us the people from United States of America. And you’re my role model. I am going to try my best in school so some day I can be like you. And I really want to thank you for all the things you done for is thank you sr.Obama.