Rhetorical Analysis Of Nate Beeler's Fixed, Happy?

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In the political cartoon made by Nate Beeler, he draws Obamacare as a cement wall breaking apart with Obama plugging one of many water leaks from the wall. Obamacare was made to help those who needed the assistance of getting medical care available to all. When the act was taking action many problems erupted in which many Americans thought Obama had done the bare minimum in helping the matter. Nate's enthusiastic diction of Obama represents the people's interpretation of how he is handling the matter. It also gives the viewer sassy statement saying, "Fixed, Happy?", which also could tell the viewer that the artist sees the president as a person who pushes aside a problem. As a leader the president should try to handle the problems of Obamacare

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