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We seen in the case of Syria that this is clearly a big event of grave concern President Obama states regarding the chemical weapons attack in Syria In New York Times liberal Peter Baker and Steven Lee Myers in their article Obama Falls Short on Wider Backing for Syria Attack the difficulty faced by President Obama in his aim to persuade Congress and the United Nations in obtaining a permission to airstrike Syria for the catastrophic use of chemical weapons against their own citizens At the same time the Baker and Myers use of words choice metaphors and connotations enhance their article on his political view Before returning to Washington Mr Obama acknowledged facing a difficult task to persuade Congress in efforts to respond to the atrocity of which the government of Syria is being held responsible for the chemical attack against its own civiliansI knew this was going to be a heavy lift he said I was under no illusions when I embarked on this path But I think its the right thing to do I think its good for our democracy We will be more effective if we are unified going forward Baker and Steven Lee Myers A1 President Obama uses the metaphor heavy lift to refer to extreme difficulty of presenting a propaganda in which can influence the Congress and United Nations in backing his political view of striking SyriaThis metaphor influences the reader to understand Obamas reasoning of why its necessary to airstrike a consequence to who is held accountable of the crime that killed over 1400 adults and children Obama has mentioned that he wants to stop wars not start in the contrary of what Americans have indicating that if we strike we will begin World War 3 however president Obama is acting upon his moral and not just his political conscience He wants to assure that President Assads deplorable action will have consequences in order to prevent these kind
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