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江汉大学附属第三医院治疗睾丸炎多少钱Remarks of President Barack ObamaWeekly AddressThe White HouseSeptember 19, Weekly Address: Progress in the Global Economy from White House on Vimeo.演讲文本:Leaders of the world’s largest economies will gather next week in Pittsburgh for the second time this year. The first meeting of the G-20 nations in April came at the height of the global financial crisis – a crisis that required unprecedented international cooperation to jumpstart the world’s economies and help break the downward spiral that enveloped all our nations.At next week’s summit, we’ll have, in effect, a five-month checkup to review the steps each nation has taken – separately and together – to break the back of this economic crisis. And the good news is that we’ve made real progress since last time we met – here at home and around the world.In February, we enacted a Recovery Act, providing relief to Americans who need it, preventing layoffs, and putting Americans back to work. We’ve worked to unlock frozen credit markets, spurring lending to Americans looking to buy homes or cars, take out student loans, or finance small businesses. And we’ve challenged other nations to join us not only to spur global demand, but to address the underlying problems that caused such a deep global recession in the first place.Because of the steps taken by our nation and all nations, we can now say that we have stopped our economic freefall. But we also know that stopping the bleeding isn’t nearly enough. Our work is far from over. We know we still have a lot to do here at home to build an economy that is producing good jobs for all those who are looking for work today. And we know we still have a lot to do, in conjunction with nations around the world, to strengthen the rules governing financial markets and ensure that we never again find ourselves in the precarious situation we found ourselves in just one year ago.As I told leaders of our financial community in New York City earlier this week, a return to normalcy can’t breed complacency. To protect our economy and people from another market meltdown, our government needs to fundamentally reform the rules governing financial firms and markets to meet the challenges of the 21st century. We cannot allow the thirst for reckless schemes that produce quick profits and fat executive bonuses to override the security of our entire financial system and leave taxpayers on the hook for cleaning up the mess. And as the world’s largest economy, we must lead, not just by word, but by example, understanding that in the 21st century, financial crises know no borders. All of us need to act more responsibly on behalf of a better economic future.That is why, at next week’s G20 summit, we’ll discuss some of the steps that are required to safeguard our global financial system and close gaps in regulation around the world – gaps that permitted the kinds of reckless risk-taking and irresponsibility that led to the crisis. And that’s why I’ve called on Congress to put in place a series of tough, common-sense rules of the road that will protect consumers from abuse, let markets function fairly and freely, and help prevent a crisis like this from ever happening again.Central to these reforms is a new Consumer Financial Protection Agency. Part of what led to this crisis were not just decisions made on Wall Street, but also unsustainable mortgage loans made across the country. While many folks took on more than they knew they could afford, too often folks signed contracts they didn’t fully understand offered by lenders who didn’t always tell the truth. That’s why we need clear rules, clearly enforced. And that’s what this agency will do.Consumers shouldn’t have to worry about loan contracts written to confuse, hidden fees attached to their mortgages, and financial penalties – whether through a credit card or debit card – that appear without a clear warning on their statements. And responsible lenders, including community banks, trying to do the right thing shouldn’t have to worry about ruinous competition from unregulated and unscrupulous competitors.Not surprisingly, lobbyists for big Wall Street banks are hard at work trying to stop reforms that would hold them accountable and they want to keep things just the way they are. But we cannot let politics as usual triumph so business as usual can reign. We cannot let the narrow interests of a few come before the interests of all of us. We cannot forget how close we came to the brink, and perpetuate the broken system and breakdown of responsibility that made it possible.In the weeks and months ahead, we have an opportunity to build on the work we’ve aly done. An opportunity to rebuild our global economy stronger that before. An opportunity not only to protect the American people and America’s economy, but to promote sustained and balanced growth and prosperity for our nation and all nations. And that’s an opportunity I am determined to seize.So, thanks for listening and thanks for watching, and to our Jewish friends, who are celebrating Rosh Hashanah, have a happy and healthy New Year. Shanah Tovah. 09/84563孝感市第一人民医院男科专家挂号 21世纪杯全国英语演讲比赛 第三名 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 200808/46378武汉割除包皮哪家医院好

黄冈红安县龟头炎症President Bush Visits National Naval Medical Center THE PRESIDENT: Admiral, thank you very much for leading an amazing group of men and women who provide such compassion and skill for those who have been wounded.You know, I'm -- appreciate the families who were so gracious to me here. One of the things I tell them is that their loved one is going to get fabulous medical care -- and they do. It's inspiring to see the hard work. It's also inspiring to see the courage of the patients. I met some of the men that I'd seen six months ago; I came back, and they're totally different looking people. That's because of the good health care. It's also because of their mental framework. They've decided that nothing's going to get them down, and they battled back. And a lot of them are doing really well.So I want to thank you for your time, and it's been an honor to be the Commander-in-Chief of such fine men and women.Thank you.200811/55748 [Nextpage视频演讲]Yesterday President Obama welcomed Utah’s Major League Soccer Team, Real Salt Lake into the White House and congratulated them on winning their first Major League Soccer Championship. Download Video: mp4 (69MB) | mp3 (6MB) [Nextpage演讲文本]Remarks by the President in Honor of the MLS Cup Champion Real Salt LakeEast Room11:05 A.M. EDTTHE PRESIDENT: Hello, everybody. Please have a seat. Well, welcome to the White House. And congratulations on winning your first MLS Cup Championship –- and for bringing the state of Utah its first professional sports title in almost 40 years. That’s a pretty big deal. You can give them a round of applause for that. (Applause.) I want to acknowledge the senator from the great state of Utah, Senator Bennett, who is here. (Applause.) He is incredibly proud of this team -- too tall to play soccer. (Laughter.) I want to congratulate Dave Checketts for his leadership –- and for dedicating his career to expanding the world of professional sports. And, of course, I want to congratulate the players and coaches from Real Salt Lake. I know that this team had a pretty unlikely journey to get here. You qualified for the playoffs on the last day of the season with a losing record. (Laughter.) That's cutting it a little close, guys. (Laughter.) You beat your biggest rival, took down the defending champions on your way to the title game. And with the Cup on the line, you held two of the game’s biggest stars scoreless in regulation and went on to win in a shootout -- all of which goes to show that in Major League Soccer, there’s no such thing as a foregone conclusion. Now, you did it because, in the words of Coach Kreis -- and I have to say this is one of the rare coaches that I see in these events who I think might be able to still play -- (laughter) -- he looks very fit. (Laughter.) But Coach Kreis said, “We believe in each other as much as everybody disbelieved in us.” For this group, the team really is the star. This is a team that shows up every day, puts in an honest effort no matter what the critics say or how steep the odds. And last season, that attitude paid off.For a group that prides itself on unity, I’m a little hesitant to acknowledge any individuals. But there are a few people who did an exceptional job of helping this team go all the way.I want to congratulate Robbie Findley for becoming Salt Lake’s all-time leading scorer, and for being named to this year’s World Cup roster. So give Robbie a big round of applause. (Applause.) Where is he? He’s aly left. I just realized I met Robbie last week, when the World Cup team was here. I thought he might be stopping by. (Laughter.) We are incredibly proud, obviously, of everyone who’s going to be representing our country this month. Joe Biden will be leading the American delegation to the World Cup, and the rest of us are going to be cheering them on here at home. But it is because of the efforts of Robbie and the rest of the folks here today that soccer continues to get more popular every year in the ed States. And as the father of soccer-playing daughters, I can tell you that it shows no sign of slowing down.I want to recognize Nick Rimando for being named MVP of the championship game, and for being such a force in goal for this team. (Applause.) And, of course, I want to congratulate Coach Kreis for becoming the youngest MLS manager ever to win the Cup –- just two years after retiring -- see, I wasn’t wrong -- (laughter) -- just two years after retiring as the third leading scorer in league history –- and for doing it with such a diverse group of players.This team includes members from Argentina, Armenia, Brazil, Canada, Colombia, Haiti, Holland, Jamaica, and the ed States. And so besides overcoming language and cultural barriers, this is also a team that understands their responsibilities aren’t limited to the soccer field or even our own borders.That’s why, yesterday afternoon, they put on a clinic to teach local kids some soccer skills, while also raising awareness about the threat of malaria around the globe. They helped educate young people about the importance of preventing disease and how we can each do our part to help the less fortunate –- even if they live thousands of miles away.So congratulations to all of you for an outstanding season, for the championship. To everybody back in Salt Lake, cherish your team. And best of luck this season.END11:11 A.M. EDT201006/105505武汉早泄好的治疗医院黄冈市中心医院泌尿外科

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