When we started this political blog project I did not know much about Obama Care or any other political issue. I thought politics were a waste of time and way to get into incredibly heated Facebook messaging fights. But after my depth in research grew on the issue of Obama Care, I began to think more deeply about politics and especially on the issue I decided to blog about. I value more scholarly, government websites that provide more accurate and less biased data; whereas in the beginning of this blog most of my sources were from other political blogs. Though the blogs can be factual as well as a fun read, I have developed an ear for biased tone in others writing as well as my own.
This was the first English project I have enjoyed because I saw my self growth as a person. I changed my mind on the issue several times over and to be honest, I still feel fickle about Obama Care and whether or not I believe it should be enacted. It was very interesting to observe myself and how young and mailable my mind actually is to information. But after self analyzing all my blog post I realize that my argument remained steady only with minor fluctuations, but in my mind I was debating the issue back and forth. I believed this fickleness is responsible for my growth as a thinker. I am no longer closed minded to the idea of Obama Care and I am actually curious to learn more about the topic and truly determine whether I support Obama Care or not.