Bruce Busch Jr
The speech I’m analyzing is Marco Rubio’s view of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict given on February 25th 2016. Marco Rubio conversed about the current position and potential peace between the Israel and Palestinian authorities. Several fallacies were detected within Marco Rubio’s speech. Marco made a complete fool of himself during this speech. Without any hesitation he began to ramble off a bunch of false and inconsistent particulars regarding the Palestinians. Rubio didn’t have any knowledge about the Palestinians whatsoever. For that simple fact, Rubio’s argument is viewed as being very poor. He stated “Because- and I don’t know if Donald realizes this. I’m sure it’s not his intent perhaps. But the position you’ve taken is an anti-Israel position. And here’s why. Because you cannot be an honest broker in a dispute between two sides in which one of the sides is constantly acting in bad faith.” Marco believes that Donald shouldn’t be against the Israelis and be for the Palestinians because that is whom he believes to be the “good” guys. In actuality Marco’s beliefs are wrong. The Israelis have constantly acted in bad faith. Benjamin Netanyahu blustered about the such bad faith by the Israelis not acknowledging that he was on camera.
Later, Rubio went on to say “And so the next president of the United States needs to be someone like me who will stand firmly on the side of the Israel. I’m not going to sit here and say, “Oh, I’m not on either side.” I will be on a side.” Rubio confesses that he can’t be considered an “honest broker” under any terms of condition. Rubio self-contradicted himself by saying this. Earlier, in Rubio’s speech he uttered “You can’t be an honest broker where one of the sides is acting in bad faith. Marco is being devoured by his own words...