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Speech To The Republican National Convention

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SPEECH TO THE REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CONVENTION
ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER
By Klara, 3.d

Arnold Schwarzenegger is a very well-known man. He is known for the huge amount of films he have starred in, his professional bodybuilding and then Governor of California. In his speech from August 31, 2004, he was talking about America as a strong and independent country. He was supporting the current president, George W. Bush and the Republican Party very much. His speech involves encouragement to vote for Bush at the next election and to support him in his decisions. Schwarzenegger wants to give immigrants the same opportunities as he was given himself, since he himself is an immigrant too. Doing so by ...view middle of the document...

We are the America that gives more than any other country to fight AIDS in Africa and the developing world. And we are the America that fights not for imperialism, but for human rights and democracy.”[1]
He is picturing America as a very beneficial and wealthy country and of course the audience like to hear about how great their country is.
He is using logos to make himself seem matter-of-fact, informative and argumentative. Even though there are lots of uncertain factors in politics, logos is a frequently used form of appeal in political rhetorics. Logos isn't always given proof of. He is saying that “America always moves ahead. That's what Americans do.” That's his statement, and he is saying it like it's a fact, even though it's just claim. But it is said, to fill the audience with national feeling and pride that they are a living in such a glorious country that's always thinking about others.
Pathos used by the speaker is awaking strong and immediate feelings in the audience. It is often used in speeches when looking back on sad event. In this speech Schwarzenegger is using events and pathos.
“And when that lone, young Chinese man stood in front of those tanks in Tiananmen Square, America stood with him. And when Nelson Mandela smiled in election victory after all those years in prison, America celebrated, too.”[2]
In 1989, on Tiananmen Square (Square of Heavenly Peace) there were demonstrations arranged by students who wanted more popular participation in decision making in China. But they ended very violently when the Peoples' Liberation Army reestablished law and order in the capital. Schwarzenegger says that America stood with these students back then, saying that America is on democracy and popular participation in decision making's side. And when saying that they, too,...

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