Clintons self confidence allow his followers to believe in his work. From the start of the presidency, he was passionate about accomplishing what he promised. Clinton has excellent communication skills. He was able to persuade his ways for various laws and for people to support him. His words was able to increase the morals of his followers.
By reiterating common knowledge, Kennedy has his audience reflect on known fact in order to drive his message home. In conclusion, this speech was structured beautifully. Its use of figurative and expressive language makes it an unforgettable speech. Kennedy does a great job of using pathos, ethos, and logos to reiterate his commitment to the American public as well as discuss expected changes. Given the state of the world at the time of his inauguration, the decision to rely so heavily on pathos and ethos was a wise one which got the job done.
However, in the state of union speech, he used mostly ethos and logos to address the congress members in particular. Nevertheless, President Obama was able to deliver both speeches using the precise style and language for each occasion. Also, he supported his claims with logic and evidences. By doing so, he was able to accomplish his political agenda and in the same time he won the hearts and confidence of the American citizens. Works Cited Obama, Barack.
Also saying “let us go forth to lead the land we love, asking His blessing and His help, but knowing that here on earth God 's work must truly be our own.”. Saying these things impacted the audience because it was the desperate need of many Americans to stand with God and to be at peace. Still, 50 years later JFK’s inaugural address is an inspiration to many who hear his words, and will impact anyone who hears it. John F kennedy 's inaugural address is one of the best 10 American speeches
In the wake of 9/11, President George W. Bush provided strong and uniting leadership. He led the country strongly and gave the morning nation comfort through his words and actions. Nine days after 9/11 Bush gave what I would consider the best speech of his presidency. His address to Congress on September 20th, 2001 was his best speech because he honored the people who were lost to the acts of terror and he honored the rescue workers who lost their lives and tried to save as many people as possible. He was the strong, confident, compassionate leader that we needed at that terrible time in our history.
We can see a prime example of pathetic appeal when a supporter screams out ”i love you”, Obama says i love you back to the supporter which is a very effective way to play to their emotions and making them think that they are more than just votes to get Obama into office. Obama pathetic appeals do not stop there when Obama says “we” he is referring to the people of America and saying that they are also the key to the change that Obama talks so much about.I believe a big part of Obama 's success is his way of always including his supporters in his speeches. When Obama says “yes we can” he is using a very effective tactic in including his supporters in achieving his goals and making them believe that they are are key part in his campaign. Many of Obama 's speeches are written to specifically written to appeal to people 's emotions and another example of this is when Obama “there is nothing false about hope”, by saying this he is
Both of them think first about their citizens and nations and yet, can be easily considered as heroes for their citizens. These thoughts can be strengthened with Sarah Song’s text called ‘What Does It Means To Be An American?’ Apart from the presidents, the great thinker of America, Ralph Waldo Emerson’s ‘Self Reliance’ is another masterpiece of whom Obama followed, due to the advices that given in Self Reliance. One must not forget that, apart from being the trusted, the citizens also wanted to trust and believe themselves as well. It can be understand especially from Emerson’s text. Born on 12 February 1809 in Kentucky, Abraham Lincoln was the 16th president of the United States of America at the year of 1860.
Obama attempts to convey a speech to his audience that our country is one powerful and successful hand. This speech is persuasive because of his use of amazing emotional as well as ethical appeals.
What we have achieved shows that we can achieve it again, and the only reason these feats were achieved was because we were one nation working together. Obama successfully incorporate rhetoric into his speech to make it emotional, believable, and logical. His speech is a great representation of a well written rhetorical essay.
His intentions were to stir up patriotism; make Americans realize that almost all of the previous generations have, at one time or another demonstrated their loyalty to the freedoms we all know and love. Today (1961) our duties as US citizens are no different. “We dare not today forget that we are the heirs of that first revolution…and we are unwilling to permit the slow undoing of the human rights to which this nation has alwa... ... middle of paper ... ... only Inaugural Address. Although emotions may seem irrational, they tend to produce very rational effects. Kennedy relies on history ("Our ancient heritage") and God ("in the trumpet summons") and on patriotism ("graves of young Americans") and on bravery ("I do not shrink from this responsibility") to carry his message against "the common enemies of man: "tyranny, poverty, disease, and war itself".