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アメリカ人は演説で同じ言葉を何度も使います。なんども繰り返すことによってリズム感を生み、聴衆との一体感をつくります

普段の会話でもこれをやるひとがいますが、そういうときは催眠術の手法だと思ってだまされないように気をつけましょう。繰り返し言われたことを鵜呑みにしないことです

おのまは「鵜呑みにするな」と繰り返し書いてきましたがこれも鵜呑みにしてはいけません(笑)

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work=働くを繰り返しています

You know, I've been called a maverick; someone who marches to the beat of his own drum. Sometimes it's meant as a compliment and sometimes it's not. What it really means is I understand who I work for. I don't work for a party. I don't work for a special interest. I don't work for myself. I work for you.



↑は序の口

マケインは experience (経験=オバマは経験不足)というキーワードをひっこめました。経験の浅いペイリンと組んだからでしょう

替わりにオバマのchange (変革)をパクリはじめていますが、マケインのキーワードナンバーワンはfightではないでしょうか。このキーワードで「強い大統領」「頼りになる大統領」というイメージをつくることにいまのところ成功しています

強さをウリにしたからには残る六週間のあいだにマケインは弱さをみせるわけにいきません。息があがるから走ったりしてはいけません

逆にオバマは跳んだり跳ねたりしてみせたらいいのです

オバマはクリントンと戦っているときにボーリングをやってみせました。ボールがガターに落ちたのでしらけました。でもオバマは47歳。72歳のマケインより肉体的には強い筈です。オバマよ走れ



以下 fight(戦う) fought (戦った)のオンパレードをながめてください。マケインのマジック・ワードであることを覚えておいてください

I've fought corruption, and it didn't matter if the culprits were Democrats or Republicans. They violated their public trust, and had to be held accountable. I've fought big spenders in both parties, who waste your money on things you neither need nor want, while you struggle to buy groceries, fill your gas tank and make your mortgage payment. I've fought to get million dollar checks out of our elections. I've fought lobbyists who stole from Indian tribes. I fought crooked deals in the Pentagon. I fought tobacco companies and trial lawyers, drug companies and union bosses.

I fought for the right strategy and more troops in Iraq, when it wasn't a popular thing to do. And when the pundits said my campaign was finished, I said I'd rather lose an election than see my country lose a war.

Thanks to the leadership of a brilliant general, David Petreaus, and the brave men and women he has the honor to command, that strategy succeeded and rescued us from a defeat that would have demoralized our military, risked a wider war and threatened the security of all Americans.

I don't mind a good fight. For reasons known only to God, I've had quite a few tough ones in my life. But I learned an important lesson along the way. In the end, it matters less that you can fight. What you fight for is the real test.

I fight for Americans. I fight for you. I fight for Bill and Sue Nebe from Farmington Hills, Michigan, who lost their real estate investments in the bad housing market. Bill got a temporary job after he was out of work for seven months. Sue works three jobs to help pay the bills.

I fight for Jake and Toni Wimmer of Franklin County, Pennsylvania. Jake works on a loading dock; coaches Little League, and raises money for the mentally and physically disabled. Toni is a schoolteacher, working toward her Master's Degree. They have two sons, the youngest, Luke, has been diagnosed with autism. Their lives should matter to the people they elect to office. They matter to me.

I fight for the family of Matthew Stanley of Wolfboro, New Hampshire, who died serving our country in Iraq. I wear his bracelet and think of him every day. I intend to honor their sacrifice by making sure the country their son loved so well and never returned to, remains safe from its enemies.

I fight to restore the pride and principles of our party. We were elected to change Washington, and we let Washington change us. We lost the trust of the American people when some Republicans gave in to the temptations of corruption. We lost their trust when rather than reform government, both parties made it bigger. We lost their trust when instead of freeing ourselves from a dangerous dependence on foreign oil, both parties and Senator Obama passed another corporate welfare bill for oil companies. We lost their trust, when we valued our power over our principles.

We're going to change that. We're going to recover the people's trust by standing up again for the values Americans admire. The party of Lincoln, Roosevelt and Reagan is going to get back to basics.

http://blog.with2.net/link.php?310164

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