Victory Speeches [Summaries and Analysis]

[Bill Deblasio’s summary]

“Tales of two cities” said by Bill Deblasio in his victory speech September 10th. Is his distinction of New York during the “Bloomberg era.” Mr. Deblasio was introduced by his daughter which he thank his voters and supporters for his achievements thus far. Deblasio takes a moment before he starts his speech and introduces the tragedy of 9/11. He believes in that moment New York came together as a unit, and no one was left behind. Deblasio also introduces the topic of Stop and Frisk which he believes it leads to racial profiling which will departure the unity Deblasio is working for. As Deblasio’s kids are becoming successful in school he wants to better educated adolescents through out New York. By attacking all the controversial problems Deblasio believes that he will better the lives of families in the wonderful city of New York.

[Joe Lhota summary]

“We will unify the party strengthen and become victorious in November,” said the Republican, Joe Lhota on his victory speech. Lhota thanks all of his supporters and mentions that he has a solid team that he will always go to when he needs help making decisions. Lhota wants to make small business more successful according to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QHC1ZqoU5vU  He also mentions that the education levels should increase and make New York city a more united city.

[Analysis]

Bill Deblasio’s winning speech was very strategic. I think his daughter instead of any random supporter is very clever. Like the news reporter said she was his “secret weapon.” My hypothesis on why Mr. Deblasio made that decision is to show the city the prime example of his view of success. He was the only candidate that had their victory speech in Brooklyn. He most of done that because he probably lives in Brooklyn and has a lot of his supporters in the location. I personally do think New York have to work more as a unit and provide each other for help. I’m not very convinced that everything he says is going to happen, because he briefly mentions the taxation of wealthy individuals will increase so that the less fortunate could get a better education and a better life. That is something the United States is trying to achieve, but creates a chaos. Maybe persuading wealthy individuals to donate money to school that need more supplies rather than increasing tax on them would be better. Deblasio’s focus is on the correct types of problems for the city, but how would he approach them?

As I watched Joe Lhota introduce himself and sell himself to the rest of the audience I didn’t think he was enthusiastic which is a big deal to me. As he finally got to his point and started to go on with his speech I was convinced by  his words. Especially when he said “There should be more Charter schools with the best teachers.” I came from a charter school which I loved because it has prepared me for college and I was challenged and took many challenging classes that I thought I wouldn’t take. In the other hand, Lhota knows about Deblasio’s “Tales of Two cities,” and believes that he is trying to detach New York city. I certainly disagree with Lhota on that and I believe Deblasio is actually trying to make the city more unified then Lhota. Deblasio made Lhota’s speech seem dull due to his secret weapon, his daughter. My question now stands for both of the candidates, how are they going to approach the problems ,and how will they unify the city?

[Revision of summary and Analysis]

“Tales of two cities” said by Bill Deblasio in his victory speech September 10th. Is his distinction of New York divided into two types of cities. The wealthy and the working.  Mr. Deblasio takes a moment before he starts his speech and introduces the tragedy of 9/11. He believes New York came together as a unit, and no one was left behind during the tragedy. He also introduces the topic of “Stop and Frisk” which he believes leads to racial profiling which will departure the unity he is working for. By attacking all the controversial problems Deblasio believes if the wealthy get taxed more, then there will be more opportunities for citizens whom have a chance to achieve their goals.

“We will unify the party strengthen and become victorious in November,” said the Republican, Joe Lhota on his victory speech. Lhota thanks all of his supporters and mentions that he has a solid team that he will always go to when he needs help making decisions. Lhota wants to make small business more successful according to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QHC1ZqoU5vU  He also mentions that the education levels should increase and make New York city a more united city. He is aware of Deblasio’s plans and strongly opposes them because it is going to divide city and cause an economic crisis.

Bill Deblasio’s winning speech was very strategic. My hypothesis on why Mr. Deblasio made his decision is to show the city the prime example of his view of success. He was the only candidate that had their victory speech in Brooklyn. I personally do think New York has to work more as a unit and provide each other for help. I’m not very convinced that everything he says is going to happen, as in the taxation of wealthy individuals will increase so that the less fortunate could get a better education and a better life. That is something the United States is trying to achieve, but creates a chaos.Perhaps, Deblasio could persuade wealthy individuals to donate money to school that need more supplies rather than increasing tax on them would be better. Deblasio’s focus is on the correct types of problems for the city, but how would he approach them?

As I watched Joe Lhota introduce himself and sell himself to the rest of the audience I didn’t think he was enthusiastic which is a big deal to me. As he finally got to his point and started to go on with his speech I was convinced by his words. Especially when he said “There should be more Charter schools with the best teachers.” I came from a charter school which I loved because it has prepared me for college and I was challenged and took many challenging classes that I thought I wouldn’t taken. In the other hand, Lhota knows about Deblasio’s “Tales of Two cities,” and believes that he is trying to detach New York city. I certainly disagree with Lhota on that and I believe Deblasio is actually trying to make the city more unified then Lhota. Deblasio made Lhota’s speech seem dull due to his secret weapon, his daughter. My question now stands for both of the candidates, how are they going to approach these problems ,and how will they unify the city?

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