President manipulates the audiences through the used of rhetoric questions. Rhetoric question draws people attention to the issues of race, to tell the people his point of views on the statements addressed by pastor “Reverend Jeremiah Wright”. “Did I know him to be occasionally fierce critic of American domestic and foreign policy? Of Course. Did I ever hear him make remarks that could be considered controversial while I sat in church? Yes, did I strongly disagree with many of his political views? Abso...
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"A More Perfects union," like Obama 's others speeches and writings, was a masterful example of what David A. Frank calls the "rhetoric of consilience. Accordingly, "understanding results thought translation, mediation, and an embrace of different languages, values, and tradition.” The languages used in Obama’s speech make the speech more powerful, as well as the word democracy and freedom. He used rhetoric language to point out the equality and identified the political issues Obama toward the speech. Obama 's thirty-minute speech was unlike anything one customarily hears from politicians. It was more analogous to a thoughtful history and sociology lesson that offered some context for Wright 's remarks.” Obama’s speech in responses to the pastor Wright and offers more conservative opinion on the issues.
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