Then, they can work together and solve the problem by removing the difficulty.
An issue is a subject that divides people who are informed and intelligent. It is different from a problem because in an issue, two intelligent persons are in a difficult situation caused by each one having different information on a common subject. As each subject has many elements that have a different meaning but are both true, two persons can be in dispute or divided. The difficulty is that agreement is not present as both understand and believe different truths.
An argument is an element of dispute on a subject. Another may not believe what I believe to be true, so I have to use perfect arguments to prove to the other person that what I believe in is true. A perfect argument should be clear, contain all the significant information, be presented in a logical way, and based on facts that are proven to be true (La Favre). If the other person is reasonable, she should accept my conclusion. I will do the same. However, there are cases when both of us are correct, for example, which country is the best to live in. Then, we can agree to disagree and remain friends.
Fig. B. I think Saddam is afraid of what will happen to him because they caught him. I feel pity for him because he will be punished. I believe Saddam is showing he is brave, he will fight, and he is hoping those who like him will take him out of prison.
Fig. C. Osama is smiling, and I think he knows Americans will not find him. I feel he is nervous and afraid, I see it in his face, and he knows many soldiers are looking to capture him. I believe he will continue hiding and fighting because he believes what he is doing is right.
Fig. D. There are two women in the picture. The election officer looks tired and afraid. The other woman is covered, so I do not know what she is thinking, but she is putting her voting paper into the box so I think she is happy she can vote. I feel both women are nervous and feel not secure, maybe because they know there will still be wars and killings in their country. I believe the two women look helpless because they know things will not change, but because they have hope, they decided to vote.
Fig. E. I think American soldiers are in the war because they know it is the right thing to do, and if they do not fight, their families back in America will not be safe. I also think many soldiers are in the war because they want to improve their life, maybe get an education or more money, and they are willing to face danger for it. I believe the soldiers are fighting because they love their country and they love freedom.
Fig. F. The picture shows a rebel dancing on top of a burning American car. I think he is happy they are winning and showing the world they are fighting for their country. I feel the rebel deserves to be happy because he does not know when he will die. I believe he has a right to fight, because what may be freedom for the Americans is slavery for them. Maybe they know that getting rid of Saddam brings in people who will take power and cause more suffering.
Fig G. I remember watching Saddam's statue fall. I think the people are happy Saddam is gone, but I feel they are nervous because they do not know what will happen next. I believe the celebration was too early, because there is