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2019年09月18日 14:03:51 | 作者:家庭医生共享 | 来源:新华社
President Bush Meets with the ed Nations Security Council Permanent Representatives PRESIDENT BUSH: Mr. Ambassador, its good to see you again. Thank you very much for bringing your colleagues from the ed Nations Security Council. First, I want to thank you all very much for serving your respective countries. And thank you for being voices for peace and freedom.Weve had a really good discussion. We talked about a U.N. Security Council role for Darfur and Burma. We talked a little bit about Iran and how the ed Nations Security Council is sending a focused message that the world really offers Iran a better way forward than isolation if they will verifiably suspend their enrichment programs. And then we talked about Zimbabwe. Fridays elections, you know, appear to be a sham. You cant have free elections if a candidate is not allowed to campaign freely and his supporters arent allowed to campaign without fear and intimidation. Yet the Mugabe government has been intimidating the people on the ground in Zimbabwe. And this is an incredibly sad development.I hope that the EU -- I call -- AU will, at their meeting this weekend, continue to highlight the illegitimacy of the elections; continue to remind the world that this election is not free and its not fair.I want to thank very much the leaders in the region, those who have stepped up and spoke clearly, I appreciate them doing every -- taking their responsibility seriously. And I want to thank the members here around the table of the ed Nations Security Council for your strong presidential statement. It was a powerful statement for fairness and decency and human dignity. And I suspect youll still be dealing with this issue. And as you do, I hope you continue to speak with the same clarity that you spoke with last Monday.People of Zimbabwe deserve better than what theyre receiving now. People there want to express themselves at the ballot box, yet the Mugabe government has refused to allow them to do so. This is not just, and it is wrong.Thank you very much.200806/42944Hi, everybody. Irsquo;m speaking to you this week from a factory in Petersburg, Virginia, where theyrsquo;re bringing on more than 100 new workers to build parts for the next generation of jet engines.Itrsquo;s a story thatrsquo;s happening more frequently across the country. Our businesses just added 233,000 jobs last month ndash; for a total of nearly four million new jobs over the last two years. More companies are choosing to bring jobs back and invest in America. Manufacturing is adding jobs for the first time since the 1990s, and wersquo;re building more things to sell to the rest of the world stamped with three proud words: Made in America.And itrsquo;s not just that wersquo;re building stuff. Wersquo;re building better stuff. The engine parts manufactured here in Petersburg will go into next-generation planes that are lighter, faster, and more fuel-efficient.That last part is important. Because whether yoursquo;re paying for a plane ticket, or filling up your gas tank, technology that helps us get more miles to the gallon is one of the easiest ways to save money and reduce our dependence on foreign oil.The recent spike in gas prices has been another painful reminder of why we have to invest in this technology. As usual, politicians have been rolling out their three-point plans for two-dollar gas: drill, drill, and drill some more. Well, my response is, we have been drilling. Under my Administration, oil production in America is at an eight-year high. Wersquo;ve quadrupled the number of operating oil rigs, and opened up millions of acres for drilling. But you and I both know that with only 2% of the worldrsquo;s oil reserves, we canrsquo;t just drill our way to lower gas prices ndash; not when consume 20 percent of the worldrsquo;s oil. We need an all-of-the-above strategy that relies less on foreign oil and more on American-made energy ndash; solar, wind, natural gas, biofuels, and more.Thatrsquo;s the strategy wersquo;re pursuing. Itrsquo;s why I went to a plant in North Carolina earlier this week, where theyrsquo;re making trucks that run on natural gas, and hybrid trucks that go further on a single tank.And itrsquo;s why Irsquo;ve been focused on fuel efficient cars since the day I took office. Over the last few years, the annual number of miles driven by Americans has stayed roughly the same, but the total amount of gas we use has been going down. In other words, wersquo;re getting more bang for our buck.If we accelerate that trend, we can help drivers save a significant amount of money. Thatrsquo;s why, after 30 years of inaction, we finally put in place new standards that will make sure our cars average nearly 55 miles per gallon by the middle of the next decade ndash; nearly double what they get today. This wasnrsquo;t easy: we had to bring together auto companies, and unions, and folks who donrsquo;t ordinarily see eye to eye. But it was worth it.Because these cars arenrsquo;t some pie in the sky solution thatrsquo;s years away. Theyrsquo;re being built right now ndash; by American workers, in factories right here in the U.S.A. Every year, our cars and trucks will be able to go further and use less fuel, and pretty soon, yoursquo;ll be able to fill up every two weeks instead of every week ndash; something that, over time, will save the typical family more than ,000 at the pump. Wersquo;ll reduce our oil consumption by more than 12 billion barrels. Thatrsquo;s a future worth investing in.So we have a choice. Right now, some folks in Washington would rather spend another billion on subsidies to oil companies each year. Well you know what? Wersquo;ve been handing out these kinds of taxpayer giveaways for nearly a century. And outside of Congress, does anyone really think thatrsquo;s still a good idea? I want this Congress to stop the giveaways to an oil industry thatrsquo;s never been more profitable, and invest in a clean energy industry thatrsquo;s never been more promising. We should be investing in the technology thatrsquo;s building the cars and trucks and jets that will prevent us from dealing with these high gas prices year after year after year. Ending this cycle of rising gas prices wonrsquo;t be easy, and it wonrsquo;t happen overnight. But thatrsquo;s why you sent us to Washington ndash; to solve tough problems like this one. So Irsquo;m going to keep doing everything I can to help you save money on gas, both right now and in the future. I hope politicians from both sides of the aisle join me. Letrsquo;s put aside the bumper-sticker slogans, remember why wersquo;re here, and get things done for the American people.Thank you, God bless you, and have a great weekend.201203/174060ADDRESS OF THE PRESIDENTTO THE NATIONJanuary 31, Moving forwardThis morning I'd like to talk about some good news and some bad news as we confront our economic crisis.The bad news is well known to Americans across our country as we continue to struggle through unprecedented economic turmoil. Yesterday we learned that our economy shrank by nearly 4 percent from October through December. That decline was the largest in over a quarter century, and it underscores the seriousness of the economic crisis that my administration found when we took office.Aly the slowdown has cost us tens of thousands of jobs in January alone. And the picture is likely to get worse before it gets better.Make no mistake, these are not just numbers. Behind every statistic there's a story. Many Americans have seen their lives turned upside down. Families have been forced to make painful choices. Parents are struggling to pay the bills. Patients can't afford care. Students can't keep pace with tuition. And workers don't know whether their retirement will be dignified and secure.The good news is that we are moving forward with a sense of urgency equal to the challenge. This week the House passed the American Recovery and Reinvestment Plan, which will save or create more than 3 million jobs over the next few years. It puts a tax cut into the pockets of working families, and places a down payment on America's future by investing in energy independence and education, affordable health care, and American infrastructure.Now this recovery plan moves to the Senate. I will continue working with both parties so that the strongest possible bill gets to my desk. With the stakes so high we simply cannot afford the same old gridlock and partisan posturing in Washington. It's time to move in a new direction.Americans know that our economic recovery will take years -- not months. But they will have little patience if we allow politics to get in the way of action, and our economy continues to slide. That's why I am calling on the Senate to pass this plan, so that we can put people back to work and begin the long, hard work of lifting our economy out of this crisis. No one bill, no matter how comprehensive, can cure what ails our economy. So just as we jumpstart job creation, we must also ensure that markets are stable, credit is flowing, and families can stay in their homes.Last year Congress passed a plan to rescue the financial system. While the package helped avoid a financial collapse, many are frustrated by the results -- and rightfully so. Too often taxpayer dollars have been spent without transparency or accountability. Banks have been extended a hand, but homeowners, students, and small businesses that need loans have been left to fend on their own.And adding to this outrage, we learned this week that even as they petitioned for taxpayer assistance, Wall Street firms shamefully paid out nearly billion in bonuses for 2008. While I'm committed to doing what it takes to maintain the flow of credit, the American people will not excuse or tolerate such arrogance and greed. The road to recovery demands that we all act responsibly, from Main Street to Washington to Wall Street.Soon my Treasury Secretary, Tim Geithner, will announce a new strategy for reviving our financial system that gets credit flowing to businesses and families. We'll help lower mortgage costs and extend loans to small businesses so they can create jobs. We'll ensure that CEOs are not draining funds that should be advancing our recovery. And we will insist on unprecedented transparency, rigorous oversight, and clear accountability -- so taxpayers know how their money is being spent and whether it is achieving results.Rarely in history has our country faced economic problems as devastating as this crisis. But the strength of the American people compels us to come together. The road ahead will be long, but I promise you that every day that I go to work in the Oval Office I carry with me your stories, and my administration is dedicated to alleviating your struggles and advancing your dreams. You are calling for action. Now is the time for those of us in Washington to live up to our responsibilities.02/61636mp4视频下载 Prepared Remarks of President Barack Obama Weekly AddressSaturday, April 4, In this new century, we live in a world that has grown smaller and more interconnected than at any time in history. Threats to our nation’s security and economy can no longer be kept at bay by oceans or by borders drawn on maps. The terrorists who struck our country on 9/11 plotted in Hamburg, trained in Kandahar and Karachi, and threaten countries across the globe. Cars in Boston and Beijing are melting ice caps in the Arctic that disrupt weather patterns everywhere. The theft of nuclear material from the former Soviet Union could lead to the extermination of any city on earth. And reckless speculation by bankers in New York and London has fueled a global recession that is inflicting pain on workers and families around the world and across America.The challenges of our time threaten the peace and prosperity of every single nation, and no one nation can meet them alone. That is why it is sometimes necessary for a President to travel abroad in order to protect and strengthen our nation here at home. That is what I have done this week.I began my trip by attending a summit of the G20 – the countries that represent the world’s largest economies – because we know that the success of America’s economy is inextricably linked to that of the global economy. If people in other countries cannot spend, that means they cannot buy the goods we produce here in America, which means more lost jobs and more families hurting. Just yesterday, we learned that we lost hundreds of thousands more jobs last month, adding to the millions we’ve lost since this recession began. And if we continue to let banks and other financial institutions around the world act recklessly and irresponsibly, that affects institutions here at home as credit dries up, and people can’t get loans to buy a home or car, to run a small business or pay for college.Ultimately, the only way out of a recession that is global in scope is with a response that is global in coordination. That is why I’m pleased that after two days of careful negotiation, the G20 nations have agreed on a series of unprecedented steps that I believe will be a turning point in our pursuit of a global economic recovery. All of us are now moving aggressively to get our banks lending again. All of us are working to spur growth and create jobs. And all of us have agreed on the most sweeping reform of our financial regulatory framework in a generation – reform that will help end the risky speculation and market abuses that have cost so many people so much.I also met this past week with the leaders of China and Russia, working to forge constructive relationships to address issues of common concern, while being frank with each other about where we disagree. President Hu and I agreed that the link between China’s economy and ours is of great mutual benefit, and we established a new Strategic and Economic Dialogue between the U.S. and China. President Medvedev and I discussed our shared commitment to a world without nuclear weapons, and we signed a declaration putting America and Russia on the path to a new treaty to further reduce our nuclear arsenals. Tomorrow, I will lay out additional steps we must take to secure the world’s loose nuclear materials and stop the sp of these deadly weapons.Finally, I met yesterday with our NATO allies and asked them for additional civilian support and assistance for our efforts in Afghanistan. That is where al Qaeda trains, plots, and threatens to launch their next attack. And that attack could occur in any nation, which means that every nation has a stake in ensuring that our mission in Afghanistan succeeds.As we have worked this week to find common ground and strengthen our alliances, we have not solved all of our problems. And we have not agreed on every point or every issue in every meeting. But we have made real and unprecedented progress – and will continue to do so in the weeks and months ahead.Because in the end, we recognize that no corner of the globe can wall itself off from the threats of the twenty-first century, or from the needs and concerns of fellow nations. The only way forward is through shared and persistent efforts to combat fear and want wherever they exist. That is the challenge of our time. And if we move forward with courage and resolve, I am confident that we will meet this challenge.Thank you.04/66330

+H[To@B!oR9^m,2]g-5GUi*POBThe -- The lesson history teaches is this: If you believe you are safe, you are at risk. If you do not see this killer stalking your children, look again. There is no family or community, no race or religion, no place left in America that is safe. Until we genuinely embrace this message, we are a nation at risk.Tonight, HIV marches resolutely toward AIDS in more than a million American homes, littering its pathway with the bodies of the young -- young men, young women, young parents, and young children. One of the families is mine. If it is true that HIV inevitably turns to AIDS, then my children will inevitably turn to orphans. My family has been a rock of support.My 84-year-old father, who has pursued the healing of the nations, will not accept the premise that he cannot heal his daughter. My mother refuses to be broken. She still calls at midnight to tell wonderful jokes that make me laugh. Sisters and friends, and my brother Phillip, whose birthday is today, all have helped carry me over the hardest places. I am blessed, richly and deeply blessed, to have such a family.5Vu@]4.,#KJw)am,.Ip+_i*PQtPu]d(JKn7XBwj#l].@C#2rnX9NL#y|Y^4166706

本文本暂无音频President and Mrs. Bush Attend 2008 Lighting of the National Christmas Tree Ceremony THE PRESIDENT: Thank you. Mr. Secretary, thank you for the introduction and thank you for the warm welcome. Laura and I are pleased to welcome all of you here for one of Washington's great traditions, the lighting of the National Christmas Tree.Santa, thank you for finally showing up. (Laughter.) I know you've come a long way. After all, you do live in the North Pole. You may have heard that Laura and I are going to have plenty of time next year. (Laughter.) So we look forward to returning the favor. The problem is we're going to be short on an airplane. (Laughter.) Have you got an extra sleigh? (Laughter.)I welcome the members of my Cabinet; the administration and their families; members of Congress and their families; Vin Cipolla; Mary Bomar, the Director of the National Park Service -- (applause) -- Peggy O'Dell, Regional Director, National Capital Region of the National Park Service. (Applause.) And all the National Park Service employees, we thank you for your dedication and work. (Applause.)Laura and I are thrilled to be here with our dear friend, Reverend Luis León. All the entertainers -- thank you for being here. You were fabulous tonight. We appreciate your performance. (Applause.) We especially welcome the folks from Enterprise, Alabama. (Applause.) And we thank the School Choir for showing the determination and grit of some really fine people.We want to thank all the volunteers who designed and created the ornaments for our state trees.Today we celebrate the 85th anniversary of the National Christmas Tree lighting. In times of calm, and in times of challenge, Americans have gathered for this ceremony. The simple story we remember during the season speaks to every generation. It is the story of a humble birth in a quiet town, and the story of one life that changed millions more. For two millennia, the story of Christmas has brought joy to families, comfort to communities, and hope to hearts around the world.During Christmas we celebrate the blessings of the season, and the blessings that surround us every day. And the greatest of these blessings is freedom -- the Almighty's gift to every man, woman, and child on the face of the Earth. (Applause.)And today, we give thanks to the brave men and women who protect the American people by defending freedom around the world. (Applause.) Over the past eight years, my greatest honor as President has been serving as Commander-in-Chief of the finest military ever known. (Applause.)Our men and women in uniform have stepped forward to defend our nation during a time of war. They serve with courage and with honor, and they've made incredible sacrifices. Many of them will spend this Christmas stationed in distant lands, far from the families they love. Yet they're never far from our thoughts, and they are always in our prayers. America honors their service, and we are grateful to the sacrifice of the families who stand by their side. (Applause.)Some of those families are with us tonight, and Laura and I are pleased to be joined by Kayleigh Kepler and Lindsey Van Horn. Lindsey's dad is in Baghdad. Kayleigh's dad will deploy to Iraq next year. Kayleigh and Lindsey, America is safer because of your dads, and moms and dads across America who have stepped forward to defend our country.And now I'm going to ask Kayleigh and Lindsey to get up here with Laura -- to please come up with Laura -- (laughter) -- and help us light this beautiful tree.Everybody join -- five, four, three, two, one! (Applause.)参考中文翻译:布什总统:谢谢。感谢部长的介绍和你们热情的接待。劳拉和我非常高兴,欢迎所有人参加这个美国盛大的传统,圣诞树灯光启动。也非常感谢圣诞老人的出席。我知道你千里迢迢的赶到这里,毕竟你住在北极。你一定听说了劳拉和我明年时间充裕,所以你期待明年我们能亲临北极。问题是,到时候我们没有直升机了。你有没有多余的雪橇呢?欢迎我的内阁成员,欢迎管理人员和他们的家人,欢迎国会成员和他们的家人……感谢国家公园务的员工,感谢他们的奉献和工作。能够和我们亲爱的朋友Reverend Luis León在一起,我们非常激动。所有的演艺人员——非常感谢你们来到这里。今夜你们的表演时非常精的。感谢你们的演出。我们还要特别欢迎来自阿拉巴马的Enterprise。我们感谢School唱诗班,他们向我们展现了一些好心人的决心。感谢那些为我们的圣诞树设计和创造了装饰品的志愿者们。今天我们庆祝国家圣诞树灯光启动仪式85周年。这这个平静的时代,在这个充满挑战的时代,美国人齐聚一堂,欢庆审单数灯光移动仪式。关于圣诞节的这个简单的故事世代相传。这个故事讲的是,在一个宁静的小城镇,一个卑微的生命降生,一个人的生命改变了数百万人的生命。两千年来,圣诞节的故事给家庭带来欢乐,给社区带来和谐,给世界带来希望。在圣诞节期间,我们庆祝节日的祝福,也庆祝每天环绕着我们的祝福。其中最伟大的就是自由——万能的上帝赐给地球上的每一个人的礼物,不论男女老幼。今天,我们感谢那些在世界各地保护美国人民,捍卫自由的勇敢的人。在过去的八年里,我作为总统最大的荣耀就是任职最伟大的军队的总司令。我们的军队在战争时期前赴后继,他拥有无比巨大的勇气和荣誉,他们也做出了难以置信的牺牲。其中许多人要在远离家人的异国他乡度过圣诞节。但是,我们永远都想念他们,每天都为他们祈祷。美国以他们为荣,也感谢那些持他们的家人的家人所做的牺牲。其中有一些军属今晚也和我们在一起,劳拉和我很高兴Kayleigh Kepler和Lindsey Van Horn能够来到现场。Lindsey的爸爸现在远在巴格达,Kayleigh的爸爸明年将要被派往伊拉克。Kayleigh和Lindsey,由于你们的父亲,由于全国各地的父母们前赴后继保卫国家,美国更加安全。现在我邀请Kayleigh和Lindsey上来,和劳拉一起——请和劳拉一起——帮助我们点亮漂亮的圣诞树。200812/58076

We must bring in the generations, harnessing the unused talent of the elderly and the unfocused energy of the young.我们应当把不同年龄层的人都吸收进来,发挥老年人的未尽之才,调动年轻人未用在正处的精力.For not only leadership is passed from generation to generation, but so is stewardship.因为代代相传的不仅是领导职位,而且还有对国家事务的管理。And the generation born after the Second World War has come of age.而且,第二次世界大战后出生的一代人也已经成年。I have spoken of a thousand points of light, of all the community organizations that are sp like stars throughout the Nation, doing good.我已谈及千万盏明灯的作用,也就是那些星罗棋布于全国各地、正在从事有益工作的所有社区组织。We will work hand in hand, encouraging, sometimes leading, sometimes being led, rewarding.我们要携手工作,鼓足勇气,或发挥领导作用,或从领导,这样就必能有所收获。We will work on this in the White House, in the Cabinet agencies.我们在白宫、在各内阁机构都要致力于此。I will go to the people and the programs that are the brighter points of light, and I will ask every member of my government to become involved.我会到人民中间去,发起一些更有意义的项目,我也会要求本政府的所有成员参与其事。The old ideas are new again because they are not old, they are timeless: duty, sacrifice, commitment, and a patriotism that finds its expression in taking part and pitching in.履行义务、作出牺牲、实践承诺以及爱国精神这些古老的观念,又获得了新的生机,因为它们并不陈旧,而是超越时间的,它们都会在人们的参与和奋斗中得到体现。We need a new engagement, too, between the Executive and the Congress.在政府的行政部门和国会之间,我们也需要达成一项新的约定。The challenges before us will be thrashed out with the House and the Senate.只要白宫和参、众两院协同努力,我们面临的挑战就会被一扫而光。We must bring the Federal budget into balance.我们必须使联邦预算恢复平衡。And we must ensure that America stands before the world united, strong, at peace, and fiscally sound.我们还应当保美国在全世界面前显得团结一致,坚如磐石,爱好和平,而且财政健全。But, of course, things may be difficult. We need compromise; we have had dissension.当然,事情不会是一帆风顺的。我们需要妥协让步,因为我们之间有过纷争不和;We need harmony; we have had a chorus of discordant voices.我们需要和睦相处,因为我们当中存在过激烈的意见分歧。For Congress, too, has changed in our time. There has grown a certain divisiveness.在我们这个时代,就是国会也发生了变化,其中发生了一定程度的分化,We have seen the hard looks and heard the statements in which not each others ideas are challenged, but each others motives.我们曾经看到人们怒气满面,听到人们发表各种声明,这些声明所体现的并不是不同观点的较量,而是各自动机的争执。And our great parties have too often been far apart and untrusting of each other.而且我们的两大党通常处于互不往来和互不信任的状态。It has been this way since Vietnam. That war cleaves us still.自越南战争以来,情形就一直如此。But, friends, that war began in earnest a quarter of a century ago; and surely the statute of limitations has been reached.但是, 朋友们,这场战争始于足足二十五年以前,而且肯定已经达到了法律所能允许的极限。This is a fact: The final lesson of Vietnam is that no great nation can long afford to be sundered by a memory.事实是我们从越南战争中得出了一条最后的教训,这就是任何大国都无法长期承受由记忆的阴影所造成的分裂。03/438058

President Bush Attends North Atlantic Council Summit Meeting   THE PRESIDENT: Mr. Secretary General, President Basescu, thank you all very much. For nearly six decades the NATO Alliance has been the hope of a world moving toward freedom and justice, and away from patterns of conflict and fear. During times of great challenge we have advanced our ideals. We've stood form in defending -- firm in defending them, and we have offered NATO's promise to nations willing to undertake the hard work and sacrifices required of its members.   Since the end of the Cold War, NATO has welcomed 10 liberated nations to its ranks. These countries have brought new ideas, new enthusiasm and new vigor. NATO's embrace of these new members has made Europe stronger, safer and freer. These countries have made our Alliance more relevant to the dangers we confront in the new century.   In Bucharest, we're inviting more nations to join us. I'm pleased that the Alliance has agreed to invite Albania and Croatia to become members of NATO. Both these nations have demonstrated the ability and the willingness to provide strong and enduring contributions to NATO. Both have undertaken challenging political, economic and defense reforms. Both have deployed their forces on NATO missions. Albania and Croatia are y for the responsibility NATO brings, and they will make outstanding members of this Alliance.   We regret that we were not able to reach consensus today to invite Macedonia to join the Alliance. Macedonia has made difficult reforms at home. It is making major contributions to NATO missions abroad. The name issue needs to be resolved quickly, so that Macedonia can be welcomed into NATO as soon as possible.   In the interim, NATO needs to intensify its engagement with Macedonia to make sure that NATO looks forward to the day when Macedonia takes its place among the members of the Atlantic Alliance.   Albania, Croatia and Macedonia all know the difference between good and evil, because they clearly remember evil's face. These nations do not take their freedom for granted, because they still remember life without it. These nations respect the hard work of building democracy, because they brought it to life in their countries.   The ed States and all members of the Alliance strongly support the aspirations of their people. And we pledge to stand with them as they continue to work on reform. Together we will continue to help build a Europe that is stable, strong and free. We'll bring more stability to a once troubled Balkan region. We will be able to demonstrate the benefits that come from siding with the forces of freedom.   NATO's door must remain open to other nations in Europe that share our love for liberty, and demonstrate a commitment to reform, and seek to strengthen their ties with the transatlantic community. We must give other nations seeking membership a full and fair hearing. As we invite new members today we're also clear that the progress of enlargement will continue.   The Alliance has always welcomed those willing to make the sacrifices necessary to protect our nations and serve as forces for peace. And that is what's made our Alliance unbreakable, and that is why NATO remains the most successful alliance in history on behalf of human freedom.   Congratulations. And thank you. 200806/41446

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