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2019年07月24日 06:03:05 | 作者:安助手 | 来源:新华社
Our journey is not complete until we find a better way to welcome the striving,在我们找到一个更好的方式来欢迎那些仍然可以把美国看作一个充满机遇的土地,乐于奋斗,hopeful immigrants who still see America as a land of opportunity until bright young students and engineers are enlisted in our workforce rather than expelled from our country.充满希望的移民之前,在那些聪明的年轻学生和工程师被纳入到我们的劳动大军之中而不是被驱逐出境之前,Our journey is not complete until all our children,我们的使命还没有完成,from the streets of Detroit to the hills of Appalachia, to the quiet lanes of Newtown,在从底特律的街头到阿巴拉契亚山间到纽顿安静的小巷中,know that they are cared for and cherished and always safe from harm. 我们所有的孩子们都知道他们在被关心和爱护,安全有保障之前,我们的使命还没有完成。That is our generation’s task to make these words, these rights,这是我们这一代人的使命 - 让生命、自由、追求幸福这些字眼、这些权利、these values of life and liberty and the pursuit of happiness real for every American. 这些价值,真正成为每一个美国人的现实。Being true to our founding documents does not require us to agree on every contour of life.忠实我们国家的创始文件,并不需要我们生活的每一个范畴都看法一致。It does not mean we all define liberty in exactly the same way or follow the same precise path to happiness. 也并不意味着我们以完全相同的方式定义自由,或者遵循同样的路径追求幸福。Progress does not compel us to settle centuries-long debates about the role of government for all time, but it does require us to act in our time.进步并不强迫我们放弃几个世纪以来关于所有政府作用的辩论,但需要我们在我们的时代采取行动。For now decisions are upon us and we cannot afford delay. 我们现在就要做出抉择,我们不能承受拖延的后果。We cannot mistake absolutism for principle, or substitute spectacle for politics, or treat name-calling as reasoned debate.我们不能误以为毫无妥协余地是在坚持原则,或者以做秀取代政治,或者以相互指责取代理性的辩论。We must act, knowing that our work will be imperfect. 我们必须行动,尽管知道我们的工作不会十全十美。We must act, knowing that today’s victories will be only partial and that it will be up to those who stand here in four years我们必须行动,尽管知道今天的胜利只是部分的成功,and 40 years and 400 years hence to advance the timeless spirit once conferred to us in a spare Philadelphia hall.它将更多地取决于今后四年、四十年乃至四百年后站在这里的人们,继续发扬从费城独立厅传到我们手中的超越时代的精神。My fellow Americans, the oath I have sworn before you today,我的美国同胞们,我今天在你们面前宣誓,like the one recited by others who serve in this Capitol, was an oath to God and country, not party or faction. 就和过去在这座国会山上宣誓过的人一样,是对上帝和国家而不是对一个政党或者派别的誓词。04/438658【演讲文稿】Recently, there have been signs that the economy is picking up steam. Last month, we saw the strongest job growth in five years, and have added more than three-quarters of a million private sector jobs in just three months. But there are still too many Americans who are either looking for work, or struggling to pay the bills and make the mortgage. Paychecks aren’t getting any bigger, but the cost of everything from groceries to college tuition keeps on rising. Without a doubt, one of the biggest burdens over the last few months has been the price of gasoline. In many places, gas is now more than a gallon, meaning that you could be paying more than to fill up your tank.These spikes in gas prices are often temporary, and while there are no quick fixes to the problem, there are a few steps we should take that make good sense.First, we should make sure that no one is taking advantage of consumers at the pump. That’s why we’ve launched a task force led by the Attorney General that has one job: rooting out cases of fraud or manipulation in the markets that might affect gas prices, including any illegal activity by traders and speculators. Second, we should increase safe and responsible oil production here at home. Last year, America’s oil production reached its highest level since 2003. But I believe that we should expand oil production in America – even as we increase safety and environmental standards. To do this, I am directing the Department of Interior to conduct annual lease sales in Alaska’s National Petroleum Reserve, while respecting sensitive areas, and to speed up the evaluation of oil and gas resources in the mid and south Atlantic. We plan to lease new areas in the Gulf of Mexico as well, and work to create new incentives for industry to develop their unused leases both on and offshore.We’re also taking steps to give companies time to meet higher safety standards when it comes to exploration and drilling. That’s why my Administration is extending drilling leases in areas of the Gulf that were impacted by the temporary moratorium, as well as certain areas off the coast of Alaska. And to streamline that permitting process, I am establishing a new team to coordinate work on Alaska drilling permits.Finally, the third step we should take is to eliminate the taxpayer subsidies we give to oil and gas companies. In the last few months, the biggest oil companies made about billion in profits each week. And yet, they get billion in taxpayer subsidies each year. Four billion dollars at a time when Americans can barely fill up their tanks. Four billion dollars at a time when we’re trying to reduce our deficit. This isn’t fair, it makes no sense. Before I was President, the CEOs of these companies even admitted that the tax subsidies made no sense. Well, next week, there is a vote in Congress to end these oil company giveaways once and for all. And I hope Democrats and Republicans come together and get this done. The American people shouldn’t be subsidizing oil companies at a time when they’re making near-record profits. As a nation, we should be investing in the clean, renewable sources of energy that are the ultimate solution to high-gas prices. That’s why we’re investing in clean energy technology, helping businesses that manufacture solar panels and wind turbines, and making sure that our cars and trucks can go further on a tank of gas – a step that could save families as much as ,000 at the pump.These are investments worth making – investments that will save us money, reduce our dependence on foreign oil, and protect the health and safety of our planet. That’s an energy policy for the future, and it’s what I’ll be fighting for in the weeks and months to come.Thanks.201105/136908[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

THE PRESIDENT: Good morning. In a time of war, America's top priority should be to ensure that our troops on the front lines get the funding they need. So beginning in February, I submitted detailed funding requests to Congress to fund operations in the war on terror. Congress has had months to pass this funding. Unfortunately, with just days to go before members leave for their Christmas vacation, they still have not come through with these funds. This week Congress considered a defense authorization bill. An authorization bill is a pledge to spend money. Under such a bill, Congress will make a promise to fund our troops in combat. But a congressional promise -- even if enacted -- does not pay the bills. It is time for Congress to provide our troops with actual funding. The stakes are high for our men and women on the front lines. Our troops are striking blows against the terrorists and extremists in Iraq and Afghanistan -- and these funds are critical to their continued success. The funds I have requested include money to carry out combat operations against the enemy. They include money to train the Iraqi and Afghan security forces to take on more responsibility for the defense of their countries. They include money for civilian agencies deployed in the field with our military to help build local governments and create jobs. And they include money for intelligence operations to protect our troops on the battlefield. Congress has had plenty of time to consider the emergency funds our troops need. Time is running out. And Pentagon officials say that continued delay in funding our troops will soon begin to have a damaging impact on the operations of our military. Congress' responsibility is clear: They must deliver vital funds for our troops -- and they must do it before they leave for Christmas. Our men and women on the front lines will be spending this holiday season far from their families and loved ones. And this Christmas, they deserve more than words from Congress. They deserve action. Thank you for listening. 200801/23823

REMARKS BY THE PRESIDENTAND THE VICE PRESIDENTON THE AMERICAN RECOVERY AND REINVESTMENT ACTU.S. Department of TransportationWashington, D.C.11:52 A.M. EDTTHE VICE PRESIDENT: Thank you, Mr. Secretary. Mr. President. (Applause.) I think the Secretary perfectly summed up at his confirmation hearing what we're doing here, and I want to e him. He said, "The most compelling reason for infrastructure investment is that economic" -- excuse me -- "it is the listing of not only economic, but social benefits that get brought as a consequence of decades" -- "for decades and for generations."The bottom line is what we're doing here is not just for today, it's going to last well beyond this time; and that's exactly why we're here. The Recovery Act is being implemented with speed, transparency, and accountability. And don't take my word for it, just look at what's happening here today. We're creating -- not only creating new jobs, we're saving jobs that were about to be put on hold; we're making it easy for folks to get to work, those who have a job; and we're improving the nation's infrastructure, all at the same time.Just eight weeks into this, and we're aly seeing -- beginning to see exactly how the Recovery Act and the Department of Transportation are building the economy of the future and making life better for communities everywhere, not just in Maryland or Virginia -- which we're going to talk about here. In Virginia, the Department of Transportation is aly bidding 6 million for paving bridge and -- road and bridge projects funded by the Recovery Act, with another million of highway jobs expected later this week.In Missouri, by late March .5 million in Recovery Act funds had aly been awarded to Missouri construction companies to provide gravel to the Forest Service roads damaged by extreme weather over the past few years.I see stories like this everywhere I go, and Ray and I have been going around the country pointing this out. Around this country we're making deep investments in our infrastructure, making sure it's sound, secure, and able to handle the full-speed-ahead progress that this economy has underway now. We're stimulating billions of dollars in economic activity; we're creating millions of new jobs, and breaking ground on a brighter economic future.Folks, the road to recovery must, quite literally, be repaved. And with the leadership of Secretary LaHood and President Barack Obama, we're doing just that. Each and every day we're making that road a little bit smoother and much easier to travel.And ladies and gentlemen, it's now my pleasure to introduce the President of the ed States, Barack Obama. (Applause.)04/66977

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TRANSCRIPT OF THE PRIME MINISTER'S BROADCAST ON ECONOMIC POLICY FRIDAY 30 JUNE 2000 In a few week's time, Gordon Brown will announce to Parliament and the country the Government's spending plans for the next three years. I can't, of course, reveal the details here. But I can say that this Comprehensive Spending Review, as it's known, will deliver sustained extra investment to continue modernising and improving our key public services - that is hospitals, schools, transport links and the police. But we can only promise this extra investment - and be confident we can deliver it over the next three years - because of the strong state of the economy and the strength of the public finances. But the fact that we are repaying billions of pounds of our national debt now, that inflation is low, on target - the lowest at the present time in the whole of Europe - and that nearly a million more people are in work than when we came into Government. None of this has happened by chance. It's a result - at least in part - of the difficult decisions, sometimes tough decisions, we took in the early years of this Government. It's the reward in other words for the economy being run competently and for the good of all the country. When this Government came into office, we inherited an economy where annual borrowing was running at pound;28 billion a year, the national debt had doubled, we were paying out more just in interest payments on that debt than we spent on the whole of the UK school system. One in five families had no bwinner and inflation was creeping back into the system. We had to act and we did act to put things right. We gave the Bank of England independence in monetary policy to help in the fight against inflation and to keep interest rates under control. We kept, as we promised, to tough spending limits for our first two years. That included keeping the last Government's fuel escalator which I know has pushed up petrol duty automatically above inflation each year. We also tackled the waste of unemployment - and particularly the scandal of long term youth unemployment - through the New Deal. We brought in the minimum wage, we brought in the new Working Families Tax Credit, the enhanced Family Credit, to help make work pay and tackle waste and fraud in the welfare system. And we've also targeted tax cuts to benefit the many and to help again ensure that those in work were rewarded with the basic rate income tax cut and the 10p starting rate of tax. The result is inflation is low and on target, interest rates round about half the level they reached under the last Government. And the public finances are back in good shape. And because of course we're reducing the national debt, then we can save on those interest payments. The New Deal has helped reduce unemployment, youth unemployment by over 60% and weve extended it to the long-term unemployed and lone parents who want help back into work. Round about 250,000 jobs or more have been created in this way. Living standards are rising, more people are in work and paying tax than ever before. In short, there is a new stability in our economy which is enabling business to plan with confidence for the future. It's has also enabled us to scrap, in the last Budget, that automatic above-inflation rise in petrol duty. I know petrol has gone up and it's a good deal more expensive that it was. And I know the difficulties that causes for people in rural areas and people who have to use their cars a lot of the time. It is important, however, to point out two things. First, that most of the recent rise has been because of an increase in crude oil prices the world over. The price of oil has risen from round about 18 dollars a barrel sold a short time ago to around 30 dollars a barrel now. And secondly, while people say it now costs pound;50 to fill up the average car with petrol in Britain, they don't point out that it also costs over pound;40 now in Germany and in France where of course there are motorway tolls and much higher income tax. But yes, it is the case that the price of petrol also went up because of the action in those early years when we had to cut Government borrowing. Because if we didn't, then we were never going to get the public finances under control. The point that I'm making is this. All these things fit together. It's only because of the hard choices, the choices to give the Bank of England independence in monetary policy, to cut the deficit to put the public finances in order, to solve the problems of long term unemployment so that we get welfare bills down and have more money to spend on the things we want. It's only because of those hard choices that we now can sit down with ease to plan ahead to invest more over the next few years to improve schools, hospitals, crime, transport, the key public services. It couldn't be done without those tough decisions - not on the basis that we're planning to do it which is sustainable increases, year after year after year. The first responsibility of any Government is to run the economy competently. It is the first responsibility because it's the foundation on which everything else is built. And I promise it's a responsibility this Government will carry out. And we'll carry it out because otherwise the good things we want to spend money on, the public services we need, the facilities and help that people want, simply can't be provided. There is a new economic policy in this country today. It's a foundation of economic stability and sound public finance, and built on that are strong public services. We intend and will do both. 200705/13283

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