The speaker addressed arguments and counterarguments by not stating what he was going to do for the citizens but bash the opponent. I believe this wasn’t a good idea because as I was listening to the speech it didn’t make me want to vote for Kane because he was telling me anything about how he was going to make the government better. All he was doing was telling the listeners that he was going to beat the opponent , put him in jail and take care of the under privileged.
I don’t believe the speaker’s arguments were effective because he wasn’t responding to what the current governor did wrong and he wasn’t saying what he was going to don correct. [continues]
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