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21世纪杯全国英语演讲比赛 第五名 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 200808/46603如视频未出现,请稍候,因为FLASH播放器正在加载中。。 08/81837In the opening remarks of his press conference, the President lamented the fact that the DREAM Act was successfully obstructed by Republicans in the Senate, and ily acknowledged that there will be tough fights over how to cut spending where it's not needed while maintaining the investments critical to our economy and out future -- but nonetheless expressed hope in the massive slate of accomplishments from the last few weeks.Read the Transcript | Download Video: mp4 (320MB) | mp3 (31MB) 201012/121881

President 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

Medicare Officially Safer After Health ReformThe President discusses a new Medicare Trustees report showing Medicare to be on much stronger footing as a result of the reforms in the Affordable Care Act. In addition, seniors are also aly getting help with prescription drug costs when they fall into the infamous “donut hole.”Download Video: mp4 (98MB) | mp3 (3MB)201008/110935

WEEKLY ADDRESS: President Obama Announces New Initiatives for Retirement SavingsWASHINGTON – In this week’s address, President Barack Obama will announce new steps to make it easier for American families to save for retirement. These new initiatives will complement the president’s major legislative proposals to boost participation in IRAs and match retirement savings.听力文本:As we spend time with family and friends this Labor Day weekend, many of us will also be thinking about the state of working America. Yesterday, we received a report showing that job losses have slowed dramatically compared to just a few months ago. Earlier in the week, we learned that the manufacturing sector has posted its first gains in eighteen months, and that many of the banks that borrowed money at the height of the financial crisis are now returning it to taxpayers with interest.These are only the most recent signs that the economy is turning around, though these signs are little comfort to those who’ve experienced the pain of losing a job in the previous month, or in the previous two years of this recession. That’s why it is so important that we remain focused on speeding our economic recovery. Throughout America today, tens of thousands of recovery projects are underway, repairing our nation’s roads, bridges, ports and waterways; renovating schools; and developing renewable energy. We’re putting Americans back to work doing to the work America needs done – and mostly in private sector jobs.But even as we take aggressive steps to put people back to work, it is also important that we keep faith with men and women looking back on a lifetime of labor; hard-working Americans who deserve to know that their efforts have resulted in a secure future, including a secure retirement. For this recession has not only led to the loss of jobs, but also the loss of savings. The drop in home values, for example, has also meant a drop in the value of the largest single investment most families have. And the decline in the financial markets has led to a decline in the value of 401(k)s and other sources of savings and retirement security. As a result, over the past two years, the American people have lost about trillion in retirement savings.This carries a painful toll. I’ve heard from so many who’ve had to put off retirement, or come out of retirement, to make ends meet. I’ve heard from seniors who worked hard their whole lives but now, in their golden years, are unsure of where to turn to pay the bills, afford the prescriptions, or keep the home in which they raised a family. And having too little in savings not only leaves people financially ill-prepared for retirement, but also for whatever challenges life brings. It places in jeopardy so many dreams, from owning a home to attending college.The fact is, even before this recession hit, the savings rate was essentially zero, while borrowing had risen and credit card debt had increased. Many were simply struggling to stay afloat as incomes were stagnant – or falling – and jobs were scarce; that’s important to remember. But there were also those who spent beyond their means. And more broadly, tens of millions of families have been, for a variety of reasons, unable to put away enough money for a secure retirement. Half of America’s workforce doesn’t have access to a retirement plan at work. And fewer than 10 percent of those without workplace retirement plans have one of their own.We cannot continue on this course. And we certainly cannot go back to an economy based on inflated profits and maxed-out credit cards; the cycles of speculative booms and painful busts; a system that put the interests of the short-term ahead of the needs of long-term. We have to revive this economy and rebuild it stronger than before. And making sure that folks have the opportunity and incentive to save – for a home or college, for retirement or a rainy day – is essential to that effort. If you work hard and meet your responsibilities, this country is going to honor our collective responsibility to you: to ensure that you can save and secure your retirement. That is why we are announcing several common-sense changes that will help families put away money for the future.First, we’re going to make it easier for small businesses to do what large businesses do: allow workers to automatically enroll in a 401(k) or an individual retirement account. We know that automatic enrollment has made a big difference in participation rates by making it simpler for workers to save – and that’s why we’re going to expand it to more people.Second, we’ll make it easier for people to save their federal tax refunds, which 100 million families receive. Today, if you have a retirement account, you can have your refund deposited directly into your account. With this change, we’ll make it easier for those without retirement plans to save their refunds as well. You’ll be able to check a box on your tax return to receive your refund as a savings bond.Third, we’ll make it possible for employees to put payments for unused vacation and sick days into their retirement plan if they wish. Right now, most workers don’t have that option.And fourth, the IRS and the Treasury Department are creating a plain-English, easy-to-follow guide, as well as a website, to help folks navigate what are often very complicated waters, especially for workers changing jobs who often are unsure how best to continue saving for retirement. Because the rules ought to be written to encourage people to save – instead of discouraging them.We’ll also build on these steps by working with Congress. As part of my budget, I’ve proposed ensuring that nearly every American has access to a retirement savings account through his or her job. This plan would make it possible for workers to automatically enroll in IRAs through payroll contributions. And the budget simplifies and expands a tax credit for millions of families, matching half of a family’s savings up to ,000 per year and depositing the tax credit directly into a retirement account.This is a difficult time for our country. But I am confident that we can meet the challenges we face and leave behind something better; that we are y to take responsibility for our future once again – as individuals and as a nation. I hope that all of you have the chance to enjoy this Labor Day weekend with family and friends. But my larger hope and expectation is that next Labor Day, the economic storms we’re weathering now will have given way to brighter and more prosperous times.Thank you.09/83494

Let us,then,fellow citizens,unite with one heart and one mind.因此,公民们,让我们同心同德地团结起来。Let us restore to social intercourse that harmony and affection without which liberty and even life itself are but dreary things.让我们在社会交往中和睦如初、恢复友爱,如果没有这些,自由,甚至生活本身都会索然寡味。And let us reflect that,having banished from our land that religious intolerance under which mankind so long bled and suffered,让我们再想一想,我们已经将长期以来造成人类流血、受苦的宗教信仰上的不宽容现象逐出国土,we have yet gained little if we countenance a political intolerance as despotic,as wicked,and capable of as bitter and bloody persecutions.那么我们必将无所收获,如果我们鼓励某种政治上的不宽容,其专横,邪恶和可能造成的残酷、血腥迫害均与此相仿,During the throes and convulsions of the ancient world,当旧世界经历阵痛和骚动,during the agonizing spasms of infuriated man,seeking through blood and slaughter his long lost liberty,当愤怒的人挣扎着想通过流血、杀戮来寻求失去已久的自由,it was not wonderful that the agitation of the billows should reach even this distant and peaceful shore;那波涛般的,甚至也会冲击这片遥远而宁静的海岸;that this should be more felt and feared by some and less by others,and should divide opinions as to measures of safety.对此,人们的感触和忧虑不会一样,因而对安全措施的意见就出现了分歧,这些都不足为奇。But every difference of opinion is not a difference of principle.但是,各种意见分歧并不都是原则分歧。We have called by different names brethren of the same principle.我们以不同的名字呼唤同一原则的兄弟。We are all Republicans,we are all Federalists.我们都是共和党人,我们都是联邦党人。If there be any among us who would wish to dissolve this Union or to change its republican form,如果我们当中有人想解散这个联邦,或者想改变它的共和体制,let them stand undisturbed as monuments of the safety with which error of opinion may be tolerated where reason is left free to combat it.那就让他们不受干扰而作为对平安的纪念碑吧,因为有了平安,错误的意见就可得到宽容,理性就得以自由地与之抗争。I know,indeed,that some honest men fear that a republican government can not be strong,that this Government is not strong enough;诚然,我知道,有些正直人士担心共和制政府无法成为强有力的政府,担心我们这个政府不够坚强,but would the honest patriot,in the full tide of successful experiment,但是,在实验取得成功的高潮中,一个诚实的爱国者,abandon a government which has so far kept us free and firm on the theoretic and visionary fear that this Government,从理论上和梦想里放弃了这个迄今带给我们自由和坚定的政府吗the worlds best hope,may be possibility want energy to preserve itself?就以为被这个世界寄予最大希望的政府可能需要力量才得以自存。I believe it the only one where every man,at the call of the law,would fly to the standard of the law,我相邻唯有在这种政府的治理下,每个人才会响应法律的号召,奔向法律的旗帜,and would meet invasions of the public order as his own personal concern.像对待切身利益那样,迎击侵犯公共秩序的举动。Sometimes it is said that man can not be trusted with the government of himself.有时我们听到一种说法:不能让人们自己管理自己。Can be,then,be trusted with the government of others?那么,能让他去管理别人吗?Or have we found angels in the forms of kings to govern him?或者,我们在统治人民的君王名单中发现了天使吗?Let history answer this question.这个问题让历史来回答吧。01/435709

Before meeting with his Cabinet today to discuss rebuilding the economy and putting Americans back to work, President Obama spoke about the impact Congressional inaction is having on our country's bottom line. The President addressed the stalemate over extending the Federal Aviation Administration's authority, which is leaving an estimated 70,000 construction and related workers and 4,000 FAA employees out of work: Download Video: mp4 (55MB) | mp3 (5MB) 201108/147276

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