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A magician gives the illusion that doves are produced from thin air but are just hidden in his sleeves waiting to be released The deception is similar to the way Obama forms his statements in the 2013 state of the union address Obama is a master at denouncing his opposition to have a moral compass that is off When Obama presents his speech he appears to favor bipartisanship but uses contradictory statements to prove he just wants own agenda to be past Obama uses the contradictory united language throughout his speech as he addresses various issues occurring For example when he says Its not a bigger government we need but a smarter government that sets priorities and invests in broad-based growth Who would argue with this statement In most minds smarter is equivalent to better He just displayed the ways we can be smarter is by investing in broad-based growth This seemingly innocent statement becomes a very biased request The way that Obama circumvents what he is trying to say to delude people into thinking he just wants the best for the country Also he uses inclusive language such as we to give the listener a sense of unity This is a really affective in enacting the emotional side of the viewers since people aspire to make smart decisions People have this innate sense of accomplishment when they make smart decisions The reason this is actually quite tricky is that by just accepting the sentence and agreeing without a doubt people arent actually being smarter but just doing what they are told Later on in the address it turns to the issue of the second Amendment which states the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed according to the Encyclopedia Britannica When Barack Obama talks about the issue he acts as if he is just calling for a vote on the issue If you want to vote no
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