Rhetorical Analysis Of Barack Obama

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People is always looking for something better in life. Whether it is just for themselves or for a communal benefit they will always be in the search for happiness. Barack Obama stated this clearly in the 2004 Democratic National Convention Keynote Address where he let people know what actions they must take in order to get the best from their country, looking for ways to improve in society, and always look towards the hopes and opportunities that a country give us and what we can do for that country in return. This is very important because people always work hard in order to maintain the stability of this country and they face sacrifices in order to get the opportunities that this country promise them. Obama uses anecdotes to analyze John …show more content…
After he ended John Kerry’s story Obama began talking about the greatness of this country and that the pride of these country was based on a simple premise on the declaration of independence. He quotes “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of happiness”. These was the statement to take full control of the audience, the statement that will bring many people to like John Kerry, not only because it was said on the declaration of independence, but because it was the truth. All people deserve the same rights as any other, no matter the country they are from or if they are poor citizens who wants just another chance as anyone else, they all want a change that will benefit them and the country in the long run to let the United States of America be great once …show more content…
Hope for opportunities, a better health care system and most of all hope for a brighter tomorrow. But this is all meaningless if we the people do not take action at all. People cannot wait for a politician to make the chance that they want, they need to act first in order for the politicians to take notice on what the country needs, but most of the times we act on our own and that just would not cut it, we need to act together. As Obama said “there is not Black America and a White America and Latino America and Asia America—there’s the United State of

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