Barack Obama

Rank 2 of 47
Score 370

The statement is a part of public discourse as it engages with the public issue of an election, comparing two candidates and their qualities. The tone is critical and supportive, aiming to persuade the audience to favor one candidate over the other.

  1. Principle 1:
    I will strive to do no harm with my words and actions.
    The statement does not appear to cause harm directly, but it does criticize the opposing candidate, which could be seen as harmful depending on the context. Minor violation. [-1]
  2. Principle 2:
    I will respect the privacy and dignity of others and will not engage in cyberbullying, harassment, or hate speech.
    The statement does not engage in cyberbullying, harassment, or hate speech. It maintains a level of respect, though it is critical. Adheres to the principle. [+1]
  3. Principle 3:
    I will use my words and actions to promote understanding, empathy, and compassion.
    The statement promotes understanding of the speaker's perspective but does not explicitly promote empathy or compassion. Neutral alignment.
  4. Principle 4:
    I will engage in constructive criticism and dialogue with those in disagreement and will not engage in personal attacks or ad hominem arguments.
    The statement engages in criticism of the opposing candidate but does not resort to personal attacks or ad hominem arguments. It focuses on the candidates' qualities and actions. Adheres to the principle. [+1]
  5. Principle 7:
    I will uphold the principles of free speech and use my platform responsibly and with integrity.
    The statement upholds the principle of free speech and uses the platform to engage in political discourse responsibly. Adheres to the principle. [+1]