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第七届全国英语演讲比赛 王志瑜 美国经典英文演讲100篇总统演讲布莱尔首相演讲美国总统布什演讲快报200810/51310Weekly Address: President Obama Addresses This Week's Supreme Court DecisionIn this week’s address, President Barack Obama addresses the Supreme Court decision to further empower corporations to use their financial clout to directly influence elections and vows that "as long as I'm your President, I'll never stop fighting to make sure that the most powerful voice in Washington belongs to you."Download Video: mp4 (114MB) | mp3 (4MB) 201001/95366President Bush Signs H.R. 7081, the ed States-India Nuclear Cooperation Approval and Nonproliferation Enhancement ActTHE PRESIDENT: Thank you for coming. Welcome to the White House. Today, I have the honor of signing legislation that builds on the growing ties between the world's two largest democracies, India and the ed States. (Applause.) This legislation will enhance our cooperation in using nuclear energy to power our economies; it will help us work together even more closely to reduce the danger of nuclear proliferation across the world. This legislation represents more than three years of hard work by a lot of people. I appreciate the work of the Indian-American leaders from across the nation. (Applause.) I thank the members of the ed States Congress for working hard on this piece of legislation. I'm especially grateful for the leadership provided by Speaker Nancy Pelosi, John Boehner, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and Republican Leader Mitch McConnell, who worked hard to make sure this bill made it through both Houses at the very end of the session. (Laughter and applause.) I thank the leaders of the Foreign Affairs Committees in the House and the Senate -- Senator Joe Biden; Dick Lugar; Chris Dodd, who is with us; as well as Representatives Howard Berman and Ileana Ros-Lehtinen. I also welcome the members of Congress here on the stage who worked hard to get this legislation done. I appreciate so very much the contributions of two leaders who played an important role in crafting this legislation -- the late Henry Hyde and the late Tom Lantos. (Applause.) Other members who've joined us -- John Warner, Senator from Virginia; Eliot Engel, Democrat, House Foreign Affairs committee member from New York; Congressman Joe Crowley from New York. (Applause.) Members of the administration who have joined us -- Mr. Vice President, thank you. I appreciate the hard work that Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice did to bring this deal to fruition -- (applause) -- as well as Secretary Sam Bodman, at the Department of Energy. I am so honored here that -- to have the Ambassador of India to the ed States with us -- Ambassador Sen, thank you for joining us. (Applause.) And I appreciate very much the incredibly efficient work of our Ambassador, David Mulford, and his wife Jeannie -- thank you for being here. (Applause.) You didn't do so bad yourself, Ambassador -- (laughter.) I thank the congressional staff who worked hard on this legislation. I congratulate you for the constructive work. I appreciate the supporters of the U.S.-India Nuclear Civil Agreement that are here today. All in all, welcome. This is a -- it's a big deal. (Applause.) Even though the ed States and India are separated by half the globe, we are natural partners as we head into the 21st century. Both our nations emerged from a colonial past to establish vibrant democracies. We have welcomed investment and private enterprise to become leaders in the global economy. We have stood against the dangers posed by extremists, who have carried out attacks in both our countries. We have demonstrated that we cherish liberty, honor human dignity, and respect the rule of law. Despite these common interests and values, it was not long ago that relations between the ed States and India were strained. In recent years, we've worked to transform our relationship into a strong strategic partnership. One area where we saw tremendous potential for cooperation is energy. As our economies have grown, our demands for energy have grown, as well. It's become increasingly clear that we need to generate that energy in ways that are safe and clean and secure. One energy source that can generate large amounts of electricity with zero emissions of air pollution or greenhouse gases is nuclear power. So three years ago, Prime Minister Singh -- who I consider a dear friend -- and I resolved to work together on a landmark agreement paving the way for our nations to cooperate on nuclear power. By undertaking new cooperation on civil nuclear energy, India will be able to count on a reliable fuel supply for its civilian reactors, meet the energy demands of its people, and reduce its independence [sic] on fossil fuels. For our part, the ed States will gain access to a growing market for civilian nuclear technologies and materials, that will help American businesses create more jobs for our people here at home. Our agreement will also strengthen global nonproliferation efforts. India has committed to operate its civil nuclear energy program under the safeguards of the International Atomic Energy Agency and other international guidelines. India will continue to build on its strong record of responsibility in operating its nuclear facilities. And India and the ed States will cooperate more closely to keep the world's most dangerous weapons out of the hands of extremists and terrorists. The bill I sign today approves the 123 agreement I submitted to Congress -- and establishes the legal framework for that agreement to come into effect. The bill makes clear that our agreement with India is consistent with the Atomic Energy Act and other elements of U.S. law. By passing this legislation, my administration and Congress demonstrate our common view that nuclear cooperation is in the interest of both the ed States and India. The legislation makes no changes to the terms of the 123 agreement I submitted to Congress. It enables me to bring that agreement into force and to accept on behalf of the ed States all the obligations that are part of the agreement. The legislation does not change the fuel assurance commitments that the ed States government has made to the government of India, as recorded in the 123 agreement. The agreement also grants India "advance consent to reprocessing" -- which will be brought into effect upon the conclusion of arrangements and procedures for a dedicated reprocessing facility under IAEA safeguards. This agreement sends a signal to the world: Nations that follow the path of democracy and responsible behavior will find a friend in the ed States of America. (Applause.) The American people are proud of our strong relationship with India. And I am confident that the friendship between our two nations will grow even closer in the years ahead. Laura and I send our best wishes to the hundreds of millions of people in India and around the world who will begin celebrating the ancient festival of Diwali later this month. (Applause.) As we offer our prayers for a happy new year, we can be thankful that the relationship between the ed States and India has never been more vibrant and more hopeful. And it's now my honor to sign the ed States-India Nuclear Cooperation Approval and Nonproliferation Enhancement Act. (Applause.) (The bill is signed.) (Applause.) 200810/52396

Today I’m at one of Honeywell’s manufacturing facilities in Golden Valley, Minnesota, where I just announced a step that will make it easier for companies to hire returning service members who have the skills our country needs right now. 今天我在明尼苏达州金色峡谷霍尼韦尔的其中一个制造设施,我刚刚在这里宣布一项举措,这项举措将更便于企业雇佣拥有现在我们的国家需要技能的返乡工作的人员。It’s another part of our effort to make sure that no American who fights for this country abroad has to fight for a job when they come home. 它的另一个部分是我们要努力来确保当他们返乡后,没有为了这个国家留洋海外归来后还必须要争取一份工作的美国人。That’s why businesses like Honeywell are answering our challenge to hire 100,000 post-9/11 veterans and their spouses by the end of next year. 这就是为什么像霍尼韦尔这样的企业同意我们的挑战,即到明年年底雇佣100000名911时期的退伍老兵和他们的配偶。That’s why I’ve directed the government to hire over 200,000 veterans so far – because our economy needs their tremendous talent, and because millions of Americans are still looking for a job. 这就是为什么我已下令到目前为止美国政府雇用超过200000退伍军人——因为我们的经济需要他们非凡的天赋,因为数百万的美国人仍然在找工作。Right now, this country is still fighting our way back from the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression. 现在,这个国家仍然在从自大萧条以来最严重的经济危机中举步维艰。The economy is growing again, but it’s not growing fast enough.经济再次增长,但它的增长速度不够快。Our businesses have created almost 4.3 million new jobs over the last twenty-seven months, but as we learned in this week’s jobs report, we’re not creating them fast enough. 在过去27个月中我们的企业已经创造了大约430万个新的工作岗位,但我们从本周的就业报告了解到,我们创建的速度还是不够快。And just like last year at this time, our economy faces some serious headwinds. 就像去年这个时候,我们的经济面临严重阻力。Gas prices are starting to come down again, but when they spiked over the last few months, it hit people’s wallets pretty hard. 天然气价格又再次下降,但当他们在过去几个月急剧上升时使得人们的钱包非常吃紧。The crisis in Europe’s economy has cast a shadow on our own. 欧洲的经济危机为我们自己笼上了一层阴影。And all of this makes it even more challenging to fully recover and lay the foundation for an economy that’s built to last.所有这些使得完全复苏和奠定可持续发展的经济良好基础更具挑战性。But from the moment we first took action to prevent another depression, we knew the road to recovery wouldn’t be easy. 但是从那一刻起我们首先采取行动,防止再度萧条,我们知道了复苏的道路并不容易。We knew it would take time, that there would be ups and downs along the way.我们知道这需要时间, 一路会有起伏。But we also knew that if we were willing to act wisely, and boldly, and together; if we were willing to keep at it, and never quit, we would come back stronger.但我们也知道,如果我们愿意一起做出明智并大胆的决策,如果我们愿意继续保持下去,并永不言弃,我们一定会卷土重来。Nothing has shaken my faith in that belief. 没有什么能够动摇我对此的信念。We will come back stronger.我们将卷土重来。We do have better days ahead.我们确实已经有所好转。And that’s because of you. 那全是因为你们所致。I would place my bet on American workers and American businesses any day of the week. 我将押注美国工人和美国企业这个星期的任何一天。You’re the reason our auto industry has come roaring back. 你们是我们的汽车工业已经呼啸而归的原因。You’re the reason manufacturing is hiring at its fastest pace since the 1990s. 你们是制造业雇佣脚步已经达到自1990年代以来最快速度的原因。You work hard. You play by the rules.你们努力工作。你们按照规则办事。And what you deserve are leaders who will do the same; who will do whatever it takes to fight for the middle-class and grow this economy faster. 你们的领导者也会做同样的事,他将尽一切努力为中产阶级和更快的经济增长而争取。Because while we can’t fully control everything that happens in other parts of the world, there are plenty of things we can control here at home. 因为当我们不能完全控制所有发生在世界的其他地方的事情,有很多事情我们可以在家里控制。There are plenty of steps we can take right now to help create jobs and grow this economy.我们可以采取很多步骤去帮助创造就业和增长经济。I sent Congress a jobs bill last September full of the kinds of bipartisan ideas that would have put our fellow Americans back to work and helped reinforce our economy against those outside shocks. 我去年9月向国会提交了充满了各种各样的两党合作想法的就业法案,这会让我们的美国人民重返工作岗位,帮助加强我们的经济,对抗那些外界冲击。I sent them a plan that would have reduced the deficit by trillion in a way that’s balanced – that pays for the job-creating investments we need by cutting unnecessary spending and asking the wealthiest Americans to pay a little more in taxes.我给他们送去一个计划,这将以一种平衡的方式减少4万亿美元的赤字——付创造就业机会的投资,我们需要通过削减不必要的开并要求最富有的美国人民多缴一些税。Since then, Congress has only passed a few parts of that jobs bill, like a tax cut that’s allowing working Americans to keep more of your paycheck every week. 自那以来,美国国会只通过了就业法案的几部分,譬如减税让工作的美国人每周有更多的薪水。That was important.But Congress hasn’t acted on enough of the other ideas in that bill that would make a difference and help create jobs right now.这是重要的。但国会还不采取足够的其他法案的思想,而那些法案将产生影响,帮助创造就业岗位。And there’s no excuse for that.Not when so many people are looking for work.没有理由不马上采取。不是在很多人都在找工作的时候。Not when so many people are struggling to pay the bills.不是当很多人都在努力付账单的时候。So my message to Congress is, get to work. 所以我要告诉国会的是,马上实施。Right now, Congress should pass a bill to help states prevent more layoffs, so we can put thousands of teachers and firefighters and police officers back on the job. 现在,国会应该通过一项法案以帮助州政府防止更多的裁员,所以我们可以让成千上万的教师、消防员和警察返回工作岗位。Congress should have passed a bill a long time ago to put thousands of construction workers back on the job rebuilding our roads and our bridges and our runways. 国会应该很久以前就通过一项法案,让成千上万的建筑工人们重返工作岗位,重建我们的公路和桥梁及我们的跑道。Instead of just talking a good game about job creators, Congress should give small business owners a tax break for hiring more workers and paying them higher wages. Let’s get that done.而不是仅仅谈论一种很好的工作的创造者们的游戏,国会应该给小企业主减税,以使其雇佣更多工人并为他们付更高的工资。让我们完成这些。Right now, Congress should give every responsible homeowner the opportunity to save an average of ,000 a year by refinancing their mortgage. 现在,国会应该让每一个负责任的房主通过重新抵押贷款有机会平均每年节省3000美元。Next week, there’s a vote in Congress on a bill that would give working women the tools they need to demand equal pay for equal work. 下周,国会表决法案,这将会给予工作的女性她们需要的工具来要求同工同酬。Ensuring paycheck fairness for women should be a no brainer. 确保女性公平薪酬也应当不需要考虑。And they need to pass that bill.他们需要通过这项法案。Right now, Congress also needs to extend the tax credits for clean energy manufacturers that are set to expire at the end of the year – so that we don’t walk away from 40,000 good jobs. 现在,国会还需要为将在今年年末到期的清洁能源制造商们延长税收抵免——这样我们就不会放走40000份好工作。And it’s long past time for Congress to end the tax breaks for companies that ship jobs overseas, and use that money to cover moving expenses for companies that are bringing jobs back to America.国会早就应该结束输出到海外的公司就业机会的减税,用这些钱付将工作岗位带回美国的公司。It’s not lost on anyone, least of all me, that this is an election year. 这不会让任何人有损失,至少对于我来说,这是一个选举年。But we’ve got responsibilities that are bigger than an election. 但我们的责任比大选更大。We’ve got responsibilities to you. 我们要对你们负责任。With so many people struggling to get by, now is not the time to play politics. 在如此多的人挣扎度日的期间,现在不是玩弄权术的时候。Now is not the time for Congress to sit on its hands. 现在不是国会坐视不管的时候。The American people expect their leaders to work hard, no matter what year it is. 美国人民希望其领导人努力工作,无论处于什么年代。That’s what I intend to do. And I expect Democrats and Republicans to join me. 这就是我要做的。我期待着民主党和共和党人都加入到我的行列中。201206/185350

Edward M. KennedyAddress to the People of Massachusetts on Chappaquiddick broadcast nationally from Joseph P. Kennedy's home on 25 July 1969My fellow citizens: I have requested this opportunity to talk to the people of Massachusetts about the tragedy which happened last Friday evening. This morning I entered a plea of guilty to the charge of leaving the scene of an accident. Prior to my appearance in court it would have been improper for me to comment on these matters. But tonight I am free to tell you what happened and to say what it means to me. On the weekend of July 18, I was on Martha's Vineyard Island participating with my nephew, Joe Kennedy -- as for thirty years my family has participated -- in the annual Edgartown Sailing Regatta. Only reasons of health prevented my wife from accompanying me. On Chappaquiddick Island, off Martha's Vineyard, I attended, on Friday evening, July 18th, a cook-out I had encouraged and helped sponsor for devoted group of Kennedy campaign secretaries. When I left the party, around 11:15 P.M., I was accompanied by one of these girls, Miss Mary Jo Kopechne. Mary Jo was one of the most devoted members of the staff of Senator Robert Kennedy. She worked for him for four years and was broken up over his death. For this reason, and because she was such a gentle, kind, and idealistic person, all of us tried to help her feel that she still had a home with the Kennedy family. There is no truth, no truth whatever, to the widely circulated suspicions of immoral conduct that have been leveled at my behavior and hers regarding that evening. There has never been a private relationship between us of any kind. I know of nothing in Mary Jo's conduct on that or any other occasion -- and the same is true of the other girls at that party -- that would lend any substance to such ugly speculation about their character. Nor was I driving under the influence of liquor. Little over one mile away, the car that I was driving on an unlit road went off a narrow bridge which had no guard rails and was built on a left angle to the road. The car overturned in a deep pond and immediately filled with water. I remember thinking as the cold water rushed in around my head that I was for certain drowning. Then water entered my lungs and I actual felt the sensation of drowning. But somehow I struggled to the surface alive. I made immediate and repeated efforts to save Mary Jo by diving into the strong and murky current, but succeeded only in increasing my state of utter exhaustion and alarm. My conduct and conversations during the next several hours, to the extent that I can remember them, make no sense to me at all. Although my doctors informed me that I suffered a cerebral concussion, as well as shock, I do not seek to escape responsibility for my actions by placing the blame either on the physical and emotional trauma brought on by the accident, or on anyone else. I regard as indefensible the fact that I did not report the accident to the police immediately.Instead of looking directly for a telephone after lying exhausted in the grass for an undetermined time, I walked back to the cottage where the party was being held and requested the help of two friends, my cousin, Joseph Gargan and Phil Markham, and directed them to return immediately to the scene with me -- this was sometime after midnight -- in order to undertake a new effort to dive down and locate Miss Kopechne. Their strenuous efforts, undertaken at some risk to their own lives, also proved futile. All kinds of scrambled thoughts -- all of them confused, some of them irrational, many of them which I cannot recall, and some of which I would not have seriously entertained under normal circumstances -- went through my mind during this period. They were reflected in the various inexplicable, inconsistent, and inconclusive things I said and did, including such questions as whether the girl might still be alive somewhere out of that immediate area, whether some awful curse did actually hang over all the Kennedys, whether there was some justifiable reason for me to doubt what had happened and to delay my report, whether somehow the awful weight of this incredible incident might in some way pass from my shoulders. I was overcome, I'm frank to say, by a jumble of emotions: grief, fear, doubt, exhaustion, panic, confusion, and shock. Instructing Gargan and Markham not to alarm Mary Jo's friends that night, I had them take me to the ferry crossing. The ferry having shut down for the night, I suddenly jumped into the water and impulsively swam across, nearly drowning once again in the effort, and returned to my hotel about 2:00 A.M. and collapsed in my room. I remember going out at one point and saying something to the room clerk.In the morning, with my mind somewhat more lucid, I made an effort to call a family legal advisor, Burke Marshall, from a public telephone on the Chappaquiddick side of the ferry and belatedly reported the accident to the Martha's Vineyard police. Today, as I mentioned, I felt morally obligated to plead guilty to the charge of leaving the scene of an accident. No words on my part can possibly express the terrible pain and suffering I feel over this tragic incident. This last week has been an agonizing one for me and for the members of my family, and the grief we feel over the loss of a wonderful friend will remain with us the rest of our lives.These events, the publicity, innuendo, and whispers which have surrounded them and my admission of guilt this morning raises the question in my mind of whether my standing among the people of my State has been so impaired that I should resign my seat in the ed States Senate. If at any time the citizens of Massachusetts should lack confidence in their Senator's character or his ability, with or without justification, he could not in my opinion adequately perform his duty and should not continue in office.The people of this State, the State which sent John Quincy Adams, and Daniel Webster, and Charles Sumner, and Henry Cabot Lodge, and John Kennedy to the ed States Senate are entitled to representation in that body by men who inspire their utmost confidence. For this reason, I would understand full well why some might think it right for me to resign. For me this will be a difficult decision to make.It has been seven years since my first election to the Senate. You and I share many memories -- some of them have been glorious, some have been very sad. The opportunity to work with you and serve Massachusetts has made my life worthwhile.And so I ask you tonight, the people of Massachusetts, to think this through with me. In facing this decision, I seek your advice and opinion. In making it, I seek your prayers -- for this is a decision that I will have finally to make on my own.It has been written a man does what he must in spite of personal consequences, in spite of obstacles, and dangers, and pressures, and that is the basis of human morality. Whatever may be the sacrifices he faces, if he follows his conscience -- the loss of his friends, his fortune, his contentment, even the esteem of his fellow man -- each man must decide for himself the course he will follow. The stories of the past courage cannot supply courage itself. For this, each man must look into his own soul.I pray that I can have the courage to make the right decision. Whatever is decided and whatever the future holds for me, I hope that I shall have been able to put this most recent tragedy behind me and make some further contribution to our state and mankind, whether it be in public or private life.Thank you and good night.200806/41256总统演讲:Trump: Bush is the worst president in history如视频未出现,请稍候,因为FLASH播放器正在加载中。。200712/23424全球顶级CEO的演讲(6) 美国经典英文演讲100篇总统演讲布莱尔首相演讲美国总统布什演讲快报英语演讲视频200809/49960

The final day of President Obama's bus tour across America's heartland was jam packed with meetings and spontaneous stops to enjoy the local landscape. On his way to a town hall in Atkinson, Illinois to talk about strengthening the economy, the President pulled in to the Whiteside County Fair and checked out the dairy cow judging.Download Video: mp4 (604MB) | mp3 (58MB) 201108/149585President and Mrs. Bush Host Celebration in Honor of Theodore Roosevelt's 150th Birthday MRS. BUSH: Thank you all. Welcome, everyone, to the White House. Thanks to all our very distinguished guests for joining us tonight to celebrate Teddy Roosevelt's 150th birthday.President Roosevelt once said, "I don't think that any family has ever enjoyed the White House more than we have." Certainly, the antics of the Roosevelt children are White House legend. The President's youngest five slid down the stairs on stolen trays, peppered Andrew Jackson's portrait with spitballs, and turned the room where we now sit into a makeshift skating rink. They kept a zoo of pets -- and they took their calico pony, Algonquin, upstairs in the White House elevator to visit their brother when he was sick. (Laughter.) As White House Chief Usher Ike Hoover put it, "A nervous person had no business around the White House in those days." (Laughter.)President Roosevelt encouraged his children, and often joined them for games in the White House attic. But the boyishly exuberant leader had limits to his patience -- as when he caught his son, Quentin, trampling the flower bed with stilts. Upon being ordered out of the landscaping, Quentin complained to his father, "I don't see what good it does me for you to be President." (Laughter.)Here in the East Room, Quentin would burst out of vases to scare tourists like a jack-in-the-box. And the President's oldest child, Alice, would tell visitors that the President beat his children every day -- (laughter) -- news she imparted while draped with her pet snake, Emily Spinach. President Roosevelt must have been relieved when "Princess Alice," as she became known, was finally married in the East Room. As the President once famously commented, he could control Alice, or he could be President of the ed States -- but he couldn't do both. (Laughter.)For more than 100 years, the second floor of the White House was divided into office space for the President and living quarters for the First Family. Roosevelt spent a year working in this arrangement -- but quickly realized that official guests should not be forced to run a gauntlet of children to see the President of the ed States. So, in 1902, President Roosevelt began construction on a new executive office building, which became what we know as the West Wing.When President Roosevelt built the new office space he expanded the family's living quarters into the vacated presidential offices. He created a new area on the east for receiving guests -- maybe you came in that way -- and he removed the grand staircase at the West End of the Cross Hall to enlarge the State Dining Room.This work was overseen by the architectural firm McKim, Mead, and White, which decorated the White House in an elegant neoclassical style. Here in this room, their work is reflected not only in the plaster walls and polished wood floors, but also in the chandeliers above our heads, the gilded benches that are around, flanking the room, the cornices above the draperies, and the light standards bordering the windows -- all of which are original to the 1902 redesign.There have been some additions over the years -- including the portrait of President Roosevelt on my left, which was painted by John Singer Sargent in 1903. But even when the Truman administration gutted the entire White House in a dramatic renovation, the State Floor was rebuilt in the style chosen by McKim, Mead, and White -- and President Teddy Roosevelt.President Roosevelt had at least one regret from the massive project. According to his aide, he grumbled that architect Charles McKim and Mrs. Roosevelt "forced [him] to accept" stone lions' heads on the mantel piece in the State Dining Room.President Roosevelt took six years to emerge victorious in this marital spat. In a 1908 letter to the architects, he demanded that the stone lion heads be re-carved as bison heads, which he explained "made a much more characteristic and American decoration." At tonight's reception, you'll see that American buffalo do adorn our mantel -- in honor of President Roosevelt's firm request.But before we move across the hall for the reception, John Milton Cooper is here to tell you more about President Roosevelt's life and presidency. Professor Cooper is the E. Gordon Fox Professor of American Institutions at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. His book, The Warrior and the Priest, is a comparative biography of Presidents Theodore Roosevelt and Woodrow Wilson.Professor Cooper. (Applause.)THE PRESIDENT: Thank you, all. Please be seated. Thank you all very much. Job, thank you for the fantastic performance. John Milton Cooper, we appreciate your ing -- I had an interesting piece of history dropped on me tonight by Mrs. Cooper. They met on Capitol Hill, when she was an intern for Senator Prescott S. Bush -- father of President 41, grandfather of President 43. And we welcome you both here. Thank you for coming. (Applause.)And, of course, it's good to see President Roosevelt. (Laughter.) Oftentimes people ask me, do you ever see any of the ghosts of your predecessors here in the White House? I said, "No, I quit drinking." (Laughter and applause.) But we just saw one.Members of the Cabinet, thank you for coming. Former Governor of North Dakota, now the Secretary of Agriculture, is with us. That last song must have made you feel pretty good, Governor.I'm proud to be here with Congressman Pete King. Thanks for coming, Congressman. I appreciate you and your wife coming. The Roosevelt family -- members of the Roosevelt family are here tonight. We welcome you back to the White House. Distinguished guests. Laura and I are thrilled that you came to celebrate the 150th birthday of one of the greatest statesmen in our nation's history -- Theodore Roosevelt. I call him Theodore. (Laughter.) Occasionally call him T.R. (Laughter.)We remember many of our Presidents as leaders made for a unique moment in our history. President Roosevelt, as John said, was a man for all seasons. He was a soldier who won the Medal of Honor, a peacemaker who won the Nobel Prize. He was one of the world's most daring big game hunters, and a leading advocate for conservation of our country's natural resources. He was an intellectual who sometimes several books a day, as John mentioned, and he wrestled here at the White House.He was a man who felt at home on a sprawling ranch in the West. He believed in the importance of a "strenuous life" of exercise. I can relate to that. President Roosevelt also was an advocate for simplifying spelling in America. During his presidency, one member of Congress said that President Roosevelt's efforts would create "confusion and discord" in the English language. I can relate to that. (Laughter.)Nearly 100 years after his presidency, Theodore Roosevelt's legacy still endures here at the White House. Laura gave you an account of the legacy that still endures. He endures in the West Wing, as well. Right across the door of the Oval Office is what was his former office, known as the Roosevelt Room. Above the fireplace hangs a portrait of the 26th President on horseback during the Spanish-American War. That portrait is a reminder -- when I look at it I think about the character and courage that is necessary for any President. For the past eight years, his legacy has been an inspiration to me. It will be an inspiration to the person who replaces me, and it will be an inspiration for all Presidents to come.We thank you for joining us. And please now join us for a reception in the State Dining Room. God bless. (Applause.)200810/54381President Bush Views HIV/AIDS Skit   PRESIDENT BUSH: Thank you all very much for letting Laura and me come by your school. And thank you all for coming. You did an excellent job. And we love the Peace Corps. They're great, aren't they?   Listen, Laura and I are very impressed by your country. It's exciting to be in a place that has come through a very difficult period, and now heading toward freedom. And the future of your country is going to depend on you. And it's very important for you to be involved with the future of your country.   And so how do you do that? Well, one, you demand to make sure that your government doesn't have corruption; that you insist that the government respond to the will of the people, not to the whims of a few. People will say, oh, your voice doesn't matter; it does matter.   The other thing is, make sure you get -- you know, keep your education going, and then contribute to your society. And you can do it all kinds of ways: You can be a teacher, you can be a doctor, you can be a small business owner. You can contribute to the future of your country by just being a good citizen.   So we're very excited for you, and we're excited about your future. And we wish you all the very best. Thank you for your gracious hospitality. Thank you for letting us come by your beautiful school. And may God bless you, and wish you all the very best.   Thank you all. (Applause.) 200806/41351

The essence of freedom is that each of us shares in the shaping of his own destiny.什么是自由的精髓,那就是共同努力塑造未来。Until he has been part of a cause larger than himself, no man is truly whole.在这项伟大事业中,没有人是完整的。The way to fulfillment is in the use of our talents; we achieve nobility in the spirit that inspires that use.实现这些需要我们的才能与智慧,通过它获得辉煌成功。As we measure what can be done, we shall promise only what we know we can produce, but as we chart our goals we shall be lifted by our dreams.当我们估量能够做什么时,我们只应许诺能做到的事。但在制订目标时,却要有远大的理想。No man can be fully free while his neighbor is not. To go forward at all is to go forward together.如果你的邻舍没有自由,你就不会得到完全的自由。只有共同前进才能前进。This means black and white together, as one nation, not two.这就是说黑人和白人共有一个国家,不是分为两个。The laws have caught up with our conscience. What remains is to give life to what is in the law:法律是按照我们的良心制订的。剩下的问题就是赋予法律条文以生命:to ensure at last that as all are born equal in dignity before God, all are born equal in dignity before man.保既然一切人在上帝面前生来就有同等的尊严,在人的面前也应有同等的尊严。As we learn to go forward together at home, let us also seek to go forward together with all mankind.我们在国内要学会团结所有人共同前进,让我们也努力求得全人类的共同前进吧。Let us take as our goal: where peace is unknown, make it welcome; where peace is fragile, make it strong; where peace is temporary, make it permanent.让我们实现这一目标,在那些不知道什么叫和平的地方,要使和平成为受人欢迎的东西;在那些和平脆弱的地方,要使它牢固起来;在那些和平只是暂时存在的地方,要使它成为永久的东西.After a period of confrontation, we are entering an era of negotiation.经过一段对抗时期,我们正进入一个谈判时代。Let all nations know that during this administration our lines of communication will be open.让所有国家都知道,在本届政府任期内,交流通道是敞开的。We seek an open world--open to ideas, open to the exchange of goods and people--a world in which no people, great or small, will live in angry isolation.我们谋求一个开放的世界——对各种思想开放,对物资和人员的交流开放,在这个世界中,任何民族,不论大小,都不会生活在怏怏不乐的孤立之中。We cannot expect to make everyone our friend, but we can try to make no one our enemy.我们不能指望每个人都成为我们的朋友,可是我们能设法使任何人都不与我们为敌。Those who would be our adversaries, we invite to a peaceful competition--not in conquering territory or extending dominion, but in enriching the life of man.我们邀请那些很可能是我们对手的人进行一场和平竞赛——不是要征领土或扩展版图,而是要丰富人类的生活。As we explore the reaches of space, let us go to the new worlds together--not as new worlds to be conquered, but as a new adventure to be shared.在探索宇宙空间的时候,让我们一起走向新的世界——不是走向被征的新世界,而是共同进行一次新的探险。With those who are willing to join, let us cooperate to reduce the burden of arms, to strengthen the structure of peace, to lift up the poor and the hungry.让我们同那些愿意加入这一行列的人共同合作,减少军备负担,加固和平大厦,提高贫穷挨饿的人们的生活水平。02/437816What can be more gratifying than such a retrospect as this?有什么能比如此的回顾更让人心悦?We look back on obstacles avoided and dangers overcome,我们看到以往的障碍已被避免,危险被克。on expectations more than realized and prosperity perfectly secured.看到期望不仅仅被实现,繁荣也完全得以保。To the hopes of the hostile,the fears of the timid,对于敌人的妄想,懦夫的惧怕,and the doubts of the anxious actual experience has given the conclusive reply.和虑者的疑惑事实经历已作出完满的答复。We have seen time gradually dispel every unfavorable foreboding ,我们已看到时间逐渐排除每一个不利的预兆。and our Constitution surmount every adverse circumstance ded at the outset as beyond control.并且,我们的宪法克了那些在当初被认为是我们所无能为力而畏惧的每一个不利处境。Present excitement will at all times magnify present dangers,当前的兴奋将在任何时候增大当前的危险。but true philosophy must teach us that none more threatening than the past can remain to be overcome;但真正的哲理一定会告诉我们,没有比以往更有威胁性的仍要去克;and we ought (for we have just reason)to entertain an abiding confidence in the stability of our institutions and an entire conviction that if administered in the true from,并且我们应该保持对我们的机构的坚定信心,并深信只要以其创建时的真正形式,character,and spirit in which they were established they are abundantly adequate to preserve to us,and our children the rich blessings aly derived from them,特点和精神来管理,它们将完全足够为我们,和我们的儿女保那以往由它们所带来的丰富祝福。to make our beloved land for a thousand generations that spot where happiness springs from a perfect equality of political rights.并把我们可爱的土地变成因完全平等政治权利而充满幸福的之处而持续千秋万代。For myself,therefore,I desire to declare that the principle that will govern me in the high duty to which my country calls me is a strict adherence to the letter,and spirit of the Constitution as it was designed by those who framed it.而我自己,我想宣布,那些将在我的祖国召唤我的这崇高职责上指导我的原则,必须严格依照,如同其构造者所设想的宪法的文字和精神。Looking back to it as a sacred instrument carefully and not easily framed;我们回头把它看作一个仔细而艰难构造的神圣工具。remembering that it was throughout a work of concession and compromise;牢记它经过一个让步和妥协的过程;viewing it as limited to national objects;把它看为仅限于国家事宜;regarding it was leaving to the people and the States all power not explicitly parted with,认为它留给人民和各州所有不能明显分开的权力,I shall endeavor to preserve,protect,and defend it by anxiously referring to its provision for direction in every action.我将努力通过在每一行动中,急切地参考其条款来寻求方向,来维持,保护和守卫它。To matters of domestic concernment which it has intrusted to the Federal Government,我将以极度热心投入到那些委托给联邦政府的国内事务,and to such as relate to our intercourse with foreign nations I shall zealously devote myself;[以及我们同外国交往有关的事务中;beyond those limits I shall never pass.而我将决不逾越这些界限。To enter on this ocasion into a further or more minute exposition of my views on the various questions of domestic policy would be as obtrusive as it is probably unexpected.在此时进一步详细叙述我对各种国内政策的观点将显得冒失而可能意外。Before the suffrages of my countrymen were condferred upon me I submitted to them,在同胞们把参政权授予我之前,with great precision,my opinions on all the most prominent of these subjects.我已经非常准确地向他们提供了我关于这中间所有最显要的问题的观点。Those opinions I shall endeavor to carry out with my utmost ability.我将努力尽我所能来实施这些观点。Our course of foreign policy has been so uniform and intelligible as to constitute a rule of Executive conduct which leaves little to my discretion.我们的外交政策路线是如此一致和清晰,以至其所构成的行政行为规则留给我很少斟酌余地。unless,indeed,I were willing to run counter to the lights of experience and the know opinions of my constituents.除非我真地想同历史教训及我的选民的意愿背道而驰。We sedulously cultivate the friendship of all nations as the conditions most compatible with our welfare and the principles of our Government.在和我们的福利和政府原则最协调的条件下,我们勤勉地培养同所有国家的友谊。We decline alliances as adverse to our peace.我们谢绝对我们的和平有损的联盟。We desire commercial relations on equal terms,我们渴望平等条件下的商贸关系。02/83120Weekly Address: Letting Wall Street Run Wild AgainPointing to the foreclosure crisis and the economy, the President cites passage of Wall Street Reform over the ferocious lobbying of Wall Street banks as a pivotal acheivement -- and condemns Republicans in Congress for vowing to repeal it.Download Video: mp4 (100MB) | mp3 (3MB) 201010/116357

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