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  • Bush's Speech
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    In his first speech as the nation's chief executive, President Bush delivered a stunning address capable of reuniting a nation bitterly divided, many say. A plethora of flags hanging behind the U.S. Capitol stage, Bush spoke to a crowd of thousands after being sworn in to office Saturday. And it was a speech lined with obvious passion and a call for all Americans to unite, especially since the Florida ballot melee has left a sour taste in the mouth of much of America. 'I will work to build a sin...
  • War On Terrorists
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    Brian PinnowAmerican Government Bush's Address Before this speech I didn't know what to think about Bush as a president. After reading his speech my view on him has changed greatly. Not only did talk about the American people but also other countries. Through out his speech he pleased both the anti-war Americans but the pro-war American's also. Bush has a lot of respect, or bravery for saying that 'the United States respects the people of Afghanistan -- after all, we are currently its largest so...
  • Bush's Argument
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    Essay 3.01 part 4 Recently, President Bush gave his State of the Union Address to Congress. Throughout his speech, he makes a solid case for the further unification of America throughout these harsh times. He makes a very strong argument for the retaliation of the actions committed against America. However, when he speaks of bringing the terrorists to justice, his argument falters. He has made a hasty judgement with little proof when he first began his argument. Bush also presented a very strong...
  • President Bush
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    The State of the Union On Wednesday February 2, 2005, President George W. Bush gave an opinion changing speech. President Bush has great intentions to make America a safer, as well as peaceful, place to live. We all expected him to say, "I will cut taxes and make collage more affordable", but he also made promises that were unexpected. Although this was a very serious speech, he managed to put a bit of humor in his speech, which made it more interesting. Bush made many promises he intends to kee...
  • Speech Bush
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    A famous politician by the name of Bush once said "The American dream is so vivid- but too many feel: the dream is not meant for me". Even though the dream is for everyone. The way he uses rhetoric in his speeches help to persuade the audience to follow his cause. He uses very vivid words, which give his speeches life. He is also very good at giving his speech a smooth flow that gives his speeches feelings. In this paper I will cite some lines from his speech "The Duty of Hope" which was given o...
  • U.S. President George W Bush
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    On the 6th of November 2003, United States President George W. Bush, addressed the National Endowment of Democracy (NED) at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce for their 20th Anniversary. Conforming to typical orations, Mr. Bush discussed the importance of the NED's work in democratic efforts around the world and integrated current issues of the Middle East. The NED speech is carefully prepared to discuss relevant topics, incorporate recent topics of executive action, and modified to adhere to the sett...
  • Bush's Speech
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    George Bush's speech alarmingly persuades his audience by expressing powerful emotional reasons for the war against terrorism. George Bush's speech is quite similar to Paine and Henrys's peaches, because they all cover a great deal of pathos to enhance their discussion. Bush's speech contains rhetorical questions, like when he asked, "Are Security Council resolutions to be honored and enforced or cast aside without consequence? Will the United Nations serve the purpose of its founding or will it...
  • Expanded Un Role In Iraq
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    If it's a clearer understanding of the post 9/11 world you " re after, the speech United States President George W Bush did not give to the United Nations this week will shed more light than the speech he did give. What Bush did not say when he addressed the General Assembly on Tuesday - in support of a US resolution before the Security Council calling for an expanded UN role in Iraq - was that he and his generals were wrong to draw a direct link between the terrorist organisation al-Qaeda and I...

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