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Mitt Romney’s speech to the Republican ConventionThis assignment will analyze Mitt Romney’s address to the Republican National Convention.Mitt Romney serves as governor of Massachusetts. Mitt Romney is the Republican Party’s nominee for President of the United States of America in the election 2012. To give an overview of Mitt Romney’s speech I’ve put the speech into the Rhetorical Pentagon. The topic of Mitt Romney’s speech is his accept of the nomination for President and his address to how he is going to handle being President of the United States of America if he gets elected. The writer of Mitt Romney’s speech is Mitt Romney, but properly not without help from a spin doctor, helping Mitt Romney look better and appeal more to the American people. The language in the speech formal, but not so much that the average American can’t understand. The speech is given under the circumstances there is set by the election and the pressure that comes with the situation.The receiver of Mitt Romney’s speech is the American people, especially the Americans that voted for Barack Obama in the last election. Mitt Romney’s intention with his speech is getting elected as President of the United States of America, and win over the American people. The fact that Mitt Romney is a new name to a lot of Americans means that a big part of the speech has to present himself to those Americans in the best possible way. Mitt Romney uses repetition in his speech to underline the important things in his speech. “Now is the moment when we can stand up and say,” I’m an American. I make my destiny. And we deserve better! My children deserve better! My family deserves better. My country deserves better! So here we stand. Americans have a choice. A decision” [1] By the use of repeating the word “my”, Mitt Romney appeals to the individual American, their national feeling and their most treasured matters, their families. Mitt Romney refers to some of the biggest accomplishments Americans have...