Unformatted text preview: villainy, of Boss Jim Getty’s political machines. Kane used scapegoating by blaming his opponent for problems that could occur in the future. The speaker addressed arguments by pointing fingers and making his opponent look to be the bad guy. None of the speakers’ arguments are strong or effective; the speaker only uses a lot of opinion and not enough facts to get a point across. Kane tries to blindfold the low income people into believing that in so many words he is their way out of the slums. This speeches’ bias state is not uncommon due to the fact that it is a campaign. All campaigns are arranged in this matter because there can only be one winner and that winner is usually the one that appeals the most to the audience or voters in this case....
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- Spring '08
- Rhetoric, boss Jim Getty, Jim W. Getty