Immigration Rhetorical Analysis

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People that come illegally into the U.S has to be one of the most difficult thing that we has the United States must go through. The fact is that Americans are more likely to be concerned about the potential deterioration of the country resulting from the illegal migrant’s being in the U.S. than they are about said harm what stricter new immigration laws would do to illegal immigrants themselves. Residents of the West and South, are more likely to be pro-immigrant than are those in the East and Midwest. The immigration reform topic is a something that is not as open to the public as it should be. Many decide to ignore the immigration issue instead of taking it into acknowledgement and realizing the fact that it has and will affecting our nation in several different ways. So far it had caused our nation a great amount of money which could be spent other issues our nation currently has, such as lack of funds in our military, …show more content…
His strategy, in the intention of persuading hits audience, was to make his audience understand using emotionally charged words like “Humane” and phrases like “allowing individuals to be untied with their families” that create a sympathetic image of family. Ewing then backed those statements up with logical and accurate information, making his argument easily perceived as a credible article. Walters direct message is easily attained by fulfilling his own intentions, just by the way he uses ethos, pathos, and logos. Walters message mostly fulfills the intentions he had towards the audience whom are against his goal, but due to how incredibly effective his message was, it seems to be functional in the field of convincing his audience that reforming immigrations laws has the potential to lighten the tension between The United States and other foreign countries, by adding to the economic, social and political resources in our