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Identifying Rhetorical Devices A foreign policy expert What marvelous irony that a man who couldnt name the president of Pakistan or find Yemen or even Iraq on the world map is now considered a foreign policy expert Someone in the administration should tell Bush the word is nuclear and not nuculer KD ESSLINGER Escondido Ca This editorial submission although comical is a blatant attack on our president of the United States In doing so the author KD Esslinger commits a personal attack at a rather high level The author also starts their argument out very strong by choosing to say marvelous irony In one aspect the use of the word marvelous could be seen as a dysphemism satirically downplaying the presidents and his abilities mentally However in the end it has to be looked at as a slander in that the use of the word has the ability to manipulate the readers emotive force and encourage to take a certain perspective on some subject In order for this argument to be written to maintain validity the author would have to re write their argument in a way that their personal attack was justified The author would need to find and state the evidence that proves the President is not capable of handling Foreign policy FERC was responsible for energy crisis The recently released study of the energy crisis is deeply flawed The authors concluded that the primary cause was Californias flawed deregulation The cause was the Federal Energy Regulatory Commissions failure to do its duty Since when are prices 10 times above normal considered reasonable They were the only entity that had the authority to control wholesale prices The primary cause was FERCs dereliction of duty for nearly a year Those responsible including the Houston-based energy companies involved in gouging California and their political patrons should be held accountable JOHN MICHENER Sonoma Ca John Michener
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