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Or that we stopped to ask if a sick child had gotten better, and stayed a moment there to trade a word of friendship?或者是我们自己停下来自问一声:当一个生病的孩子已经好转,我们会稍停片刻同他友好地交谈几句吗?No President, no government, can teach us to remember what is best in what we are.任何总统、任何政府都不能教导我们应记住什么东西对我们是最好的。But if the man you have chosen to lead this government can help make a difference;但是,你们推选出来领导这个政府的人,如果能够发挥一定的作用,if he can celebrate the quieter, deeper successes that are made not of gold and silk, but of better hearts and finer souls; if he can do these things, then he must.如果他会赞美那些不是由金银而是由更美好的心灵构成的平静而深刻的成功,如果他能做到这些事情,那他就应当去做。America is never wholly herself unless she is engaged in high moral principle.美国若不奉行崇高的道德准则,就永远无法实现自身的完善。We as a people have such a purpose today.今天,我们作为一个民族,就具有这样一个目标。It is to make kinder the face of the Nation and gentler the face of the world. My friends, we have work to do.这个目标旨在使我们国家的面貌变得更加仁厚善良, 使这个世界的面貌变得更加温文尔雅。我的朋友们,我们有许多事情要做。There are the homeless, lost and roaming. There are the children who have nothing, no love, no normalcy.有些人无家可归,已经迷失方向,正在四处徘徊。有些孩子失去了一切,既没有亲人之爱,也无法享有正常的生活。There are those who cannot free themselves of enslavement to whatever addiction—drugs, welfare, the demoralization that rules the slums.有些人则无法摆脱各种个人癖好的奴役,他们沉溺于吸毒、依赖救济为生,或沾染上各种肆虐于贫民窟的堕落习气。There is crime to be conquered, the rough crime of the streets.有不少犯罪行为有待于制压,譬如那些大街上的粗暴罪行。There are young women to be helped who are about to become mothers of children they cant care for and might not love.还有一些年轻的妇女需要帮助,她们就要做母亲了,但对自己将要出生的孩子不是无法照顾,就是可能不会加以爱护。They need our care, our guidance, and our education, though we bless them for choosing life.他们需要我们去关心,去引导,去进行教育,尽管我们衷心祝福他们选择合适的生活。The old solution, the old way, was to think that public money alone could end these problems.过去的解决办法和过去的途径,是片面相信政府的公共开即可消除这些问题。But we have learned that is not so. And in any case, our funds are low. We have a deficit to bring down.但我们已经了解到,情况并非如此。而且不论怎样说,我们的资金总是有限的。我们还要削减赤字。We have more will than wallet; but will is what we need.我们的愿望总是超过我们钱袋的付能力,而愿望又正是我们所需要的东西。We will make the hard choices, looking at what we have and perhaps allocating it differently, making our decisions based on honest need and prudent safety.我们要做出艰难的决择,对我们拥有的东西细加盘算,或许还要进行重新配置, 使我们的决策立足于真正的需要和审慎的安全之上。And then we will do the wisest thing of all: We will turn to the only resource we have that in times of need always grows the goodness and the courage of the American people.于是我们要做一件最为明智的事情,那就是求助于美国人民的善良品质和无畏勇气,这乃是我们所拥有的、在需要之时能够不断增长的唯一资源。I am speaking of a new engagement in the lives of others, a new activism, hands on and involved, that gets the job done.我现在倡导重新关心他人的生活,倡导一种新的积极行动精神,大家动手,全力 投入,以期大功告成。03/438055邛崃市打掉孩子多少钱President Bush Delivers Commencement Address at ed States Air Force Academy   THE PRESIDENT: Thank you. Mr. Secretary, thank you for the kind introduction. General Moseley, General Regni; Mr. Congressman, thank you. Academy staff and faculty, distinguished guests, and proud family members. I am so pleased to stand before the future leaders of the ed States Air Force.   I have something I'd like to say to the Cadet Wing: Class of 2008! (Applause.) Yes, that's good. I was a little worried you we're going to yell: "Give him the Bird!" (Laughter.)   You're the 50th graduating class in the history of the Air Force Academy. Each of you has worked hard to reach this moment. You survived "Beast," "Terazzo Sailing" -- (applause) -- "fatty bags" at Mitch's. (Laughter.) You earned your "prop and wings" at Pinnacle -- (applause) -- and today you will receive your degree and commission as Air Force officers. Your teachers are proud of you, your parents are proud of you -- and so is your Commander-in-Chief. Job well done. (Applause.)   The Superintendent informs me that some of you are still on restriction. (Laughter.) It might be because you were caught running from the "Lightning Van." (Laughter.) Or it might be because of Jimmy Chad's apple. (Laughter and applause.) Whatever the reason you got your Form-10, help has arrived. In keeping with longstanding tradition, I hereby absolve all cadets who are on restriction for minor conduct offenses. (Applause.) As for your grades, well, some things are even beyond the powers of the President. (Laughter.)   In becoming officers of the ed States Air Force, you have chosen a vocation that is both hazardous and rewarding. As a former F-102 pilot, I know the exhilaration of flight. As the son of an aviator who was shot down in combat, I know its perils. Whether you serve in the skies above or on the ground below, each of you has stepped forward to defend your country. You've chosen to face danger in foreign lands so your fellow citizens do not have to face danger in our own land. And I want to thank you for making this courageous choice. And all of America is grateful to the Class of 2008. (Applause.) (%bk%)  When you put on your Second Lieutenant bars in a few moments, you will become part of a great history -- a history that is still only beginning to unfold. By any standard, air power is still a relatively new phenomena. Men have been fighting on land and at sea for thousands of years -- yet there are still Americans among us who were born before man ever flew. In the lifetime of one generation, our nation has seen aviation progress from that first tentative liftoff at Kitty Hawk to an age of supersonic flight and space exploration.   And as flight has progressed it changed the face of war. In the 20th century, air power helped make possible freedom's victory in great ideological struggles with fascism and communism. In those struggles, our nation faced evil men with territorial ambitions and totalitarian aims, who murdered the innocent to achieve their political objectives. Through a combination of military strength and national resolve, and faith in the power of freedom, we defeated these adversaries -- and secured the peace for millions across the world.   And now, in the 21st century, our nation is once again contending with an ideology that seeks to sow anger and hatred and despair -- the ideology of Islamic extremism. In today's struggle, we are once again facing evil men who despise freedom, and despise America, and aim to subject millions to their violent rule. And once again, our nation is called to defeat these adversaries -- and secure the peace for millions across the world. And once again, our enemies will be no match for the men and women of the ed States Air Force. (Applause.)   You know, what's remarkable about this class is that each of you knows the stakes in the war on terror. You applied to this Academy after seeing the attacks of September the 11th, 2001. You came to this Academy knowing that the responsibility of our military is to protect the American people. And you now leave this Academy to take your place in this great struggle. Today, I've come to talk to you about the battle you're about to join, the lessons we can learn from the conflicts of the past, and what they can teach us about the challenges we face in the war on terror that will dominate your military careers. (%bk%)  The first lesson is this: In both the 20th century and today, defeating hateful ideologies requires all elements of national power, including the use of military power. The military power that you will wield in your military careers is much more precise and effective than in past generations. When the ed States entered World War II, the age of long-range bombing was just beginning. There were no computer guidance, no GPS targeting, or laser-guided munitions. The allied bombing raids against Germany and Japan resulted in horrific civilian casualties and widesp destruction. It took nearly four years before the regimes in Berlin and Tokyo finally capitulated -- with difficult battles from the deserts of North Africa to the forests of France, to the islands of the Pacific.   Today, revolutionary advances in technology are transforming warfare. During Operation Iraqi Freedom, for example, we employed military capabilities so precise that coalition air crews could take out a tank hiding under a bridge without damaging the bridge. With this military technology, we can now target a regime without targeting an entire nation. We've removed two cruel regimes in weeks instead of years. In Afghanistan, coalition forces and their Afghan allies drove the Taliban from power in less than two months. In Iraq, with the help of the ed States Air Force, our troops raced across 350 miles of enemy territory to liberate Baghdad in less than one month -- one of the fastest armored advances in military history.   These facts create both opportunities and challenges. One opportunity is that, if we have to fight our enemies, we can now do so with greater precision and greater humanity. In the age of advanced weapons, we can better strike -- we can better target strikes against regimes and individual terrorists. Sadly, there will be civilian casualties in war. But with these advances, we can work toward this noble goal: defeating the enemies of freedom while sparing the lives of many more innocent people -- which creates another opportunity, and that is, by making war more precise, we can make war less likely.   For hostile dictators, it is a powerful deterrent to know that America is willing and able to target their regimes directly. When rulers know we can strike their regime while sparing their populations, they realize they cannot hide behind the innocent -- and that means they are less likely to start conflicts in the first place.(%bk%)   Our unmatched military power also creates challenges. Because no adversary can confront and defeat our military directly, the enemies of the 21st century will increasingly turn to the use of asymmetric warfare. We've seen this in Afghanistan and Iraq. In those countries, our adversaries did not lay down their arms after the regime had been removed. Instead, they blended into the civilian population and -- with the help of stateless terrorist networks -- continued the fight through suicide bombings and attacks on innocent people. In the 21st century, this nation must be prepared to fight this new kind of warfare.   To meet this new challenge, we need to continue to develop technologies that put unprecedented speed and precision and power in your hands. And that's what we're doing. Since 2002, the number of unmanned aerial vehicles in our arsenal has increased nearly 40-fold to more than 5,000 -- and we're increasing them even more. We've transformed the Special Operations Command and more than doubled its budget. We're improving our intelligence and surveillance and reconnaissance capabilities. We're transforming our ground forces for the wars of the 21st century -- making them faster and more agile and more lethal.   And you'll see the impact of these changes in your own Air Force careers. Instead of serving at 10,000 feet, some of you will serve on the ground as battlefield airmen -- deploying behind enemy lines and using laser technology to fix targets for aviators circling above. Instead of sitting in jet fighter cockpits, some of you will sit before computer consoles at bases here in the ed States, where you'll guide Predator UAVs half a world away and use them to strike terrorist hideouts. These and other changes will increase your ability to prevail in asymmetric warfare. They will make you more effective in the defense of freedom. (%bk%)  Another challenge of asymmetric warfare is that it requires patience. Our new enemies know they can't defeat us militarily. So their strategy is to cause us to lose our nerve and retreat before the job is done. They take advantage of the information age and the 24-hour news cycles, creating images of chaos and suffering for the cameras, in the hope that these images will horrify the American people and undermine resolve and morale here at home. This means that to win the first war of the 21st century, we need to prevail not just in the battle of arms, but also in the battle of wills. And we need to recognize that the only way America can lose the war on terror is if we defeat ourselves. (Applause.)   The second lesson is this: In both the 20th century and today, defeating hateful ideologies requires using our national resources to strengthen free institutions in countries that are fighting extremists. We must help these nations govern their territorial -- territory effectively so they can deny safe haven to our common enemies. And in Afghanistan and Iraq, where we removed regimes that threatened our people, we have a special obligation to help these nations build free and just societies that are strong partners in the fight against these extremists and terrorists.   We've assumed this obligation before. After World War II, we helped Germany and Japan build free societies and strong economies. These efforts took time and patience, and as a result, Germany and Japan grew in freedom and prosperity. Germany and Japan, once mortal enemies, are now allies of the ed States. And people across the world have reaped the benefits from that alliance. Today, we must do the same in Afghanistan and Iraq. By helping these young democracies grow in freedom and prosperity, we'll lay the foundation of peace for generations to come. 200806/41821成都做看不孕不育要多少钱Most of the Work Takes Place Before a Hurricane HitsREMARKS BY THE PRESIDENTAFTER MEETING AT FEMAON HURRICANE PREPAREDNESSFEMA HeadquartersWashington, D.C.3:17 P.M. EDTTHE PRESIDENT: Well, for all of you who just joined us, I've just received a briefing here at FEMA at the National Response Coordination Center for our preparations for this year's hurricane season, which begins on Monday. And I want to thank Secretary Napolitano, as well as John Brennan, my Homeland Security Advisor. And we've welcomed Craig Fugate, who has hit the ground running and is aly doing an outstanding job not just leading this briefing but leading this excellent agency.And I want to thank all the people here at FEMA who do such an excellent job for their diligence and their commitment for this task.We are all here together because we are determined to be as prepared as possible when the next catastrophic hurricane hits the ed States. And we want to make sure that cities and our people remain resilient enough to weather any storm.Our top priority is ensuring the public safety. That means appropriate sheltering in place, or, if necessary, getting as many people as possible out of harm’s way prior to landfall. But most of the work, as you would hear from these individual agencies, most of the work takes place before a hurricane hits. True preparedness means having federal and state and local governments all coordinating effectively, and as you just heard, one of the most important things we can do is make sure the families have prepared appropriately.We just saw some statistics coming out of Florida indicating that a huge percentage of people in hurricane areas simply don't make plans. They don't have a plan, they don't have a set of contingencies that will allow them to respond in an effective way. Those people who have the capacity to plan, they will thereby relieve some of the resources that the government has to provide and we can stay focused on those folks who are most vulnerable and have the most difficulty dealing with a storm.So I hope that message of personal responsibility sinks in. And, Craig, is there a Web site that we want to provide that would help people formulate a plan right now?ADMINISTRATOR FUGATE: Yes, sir, it's real simple -- y.gov.THE PRESIDENT: Ready.gov.ADMINISTRATOR FUGATE: It will help you get y for your disaster threats.THE PRESIDENT: Okay. That's the reason that all the representatives here met and have been meeting over the last several months, is because they want to be y. And states are going to have the primary responsibility in preparing for and responding to disasters -- but they're going to have the full resources of the federal government backing them up.And the last point I guess I would like to make is that when you go on y.gov, you'll see that -- I think the public will see that a lot of these plans are not complicated. They're pretty simple. It's a matter of having a basic emergency supply kit with items such as water, some non-perishable food, an all-weather radio, a flashlight, a first aid kit; making an emergency family plan; staying informed of developments in your area; and learning about your community’s emergency plans.So I have no greater responsibility than the safety of the American people. I want to thank all of the people here today who, in their various roles, do such a terrific job even in non-emergency situations, helping to keep the American people safe. But as we enter into hurricane season, I hope that everybody who's watching is going to be paying attention and take seriously their responsibilities as citizens so that the entire country is y.Thank you very much, everybody.END 3:22 P.M. EDT06/72328Negligence of its regulations, inattention to its recommendations, if not disobedience to its authority, not only in individuals but in States,对法规的忽视,对其可取之处的无睹,即使尊重其权威,但对个人及各州,soon appeared with their melancholy consequences universal languor, jealousies and rivalries of States, decline of navigation and commerce, discouragement of necessary manufactures,也必须带来令人沮丧的后果,各州的意志消沉,妒嫉和反叛,航海与商业的衰落,universal fall in the value of lands and their produce, contempt of public and private faith, loss of consideration and credit with foreign nations,必需品的减少,对外信誉与重要性的丧失,and at length in discontents, animosities, combinations, partial conventions, and insurrection, threatening some great national calamity.最终在不满,怨恨,偏见及反叛中,给国家带来巨大的灾难,In this dangerous crisis the people of America were not abandoned by their usual good sense, presence of mind, resolution, or integrity.在这场严重的危机中,美国人民继续保持着它的善意、镇定、刚毅和韧性,Measures were pursued to concert a plan to form a more perfect union, establish justice, insure domestic tranquillity,他们寻求制定计划以及形成一个更加和谐的联邦,建立司法体系,保国内和平,provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of liberty.维护商业,促进普遍的福利,保障自由,The public disquisitions, discussions, and deliberations issued in the present happy Constitution of Government.公开的论辩,讨论在当前良好的宪政之下得以发行。Returning to the bosom of my country after a painful separation from it for ten years.在外艰辛漂泊十年之后,重新回到祖国的怀抱,即I had the honor to be elected to a station under the new order of things, and I have repeatedly laid myself under the most serious obligations to support the Constitution.当选为总统,我始终认为维护宪法是最神圣的义务,The operation of it has equaled the most sanguine expectations of its friends, and from an habitual attention to it, satisfaction in its administration,它的实施是拥宪派最大的期盼,在对它的持续关注中,满意于它的实施,and delight in its effects upon the peace, order, prosperity, and happiness of the nation I have acquired an habitual attachment to it and veneration for it.欣慰于它对和平、秩序、繁荣,及国家幸福的影响,我也已满怀喜爱之意,崇敬之情。What other form of government, indeed, can so well deserve our esteem and love?确实,还有什么其他形式的政体,值得我们如此尊敬和热爱呢?There may be little solidity in an ancient idea that congregations of men into cities and nations are the most pleasing objects in the sight of superior intelligences,古代有一种很不严密的观念认为,人类聚集而形成城市和国家,是最令具有卓越见识的人感到愉悦的目标。but this is very certain, that to a benevolent human mind there can be no spectacle presented by any nation more pleasing, more noble, majestic, or august,但无可置疑的是,在善良的人们看来,任何国家所显示的情景,than an assembly like that which has so often been seen in this and the other Chamber of Congress, of a Government in which the Executive authority,都不比这里和另一议院所经常见到的集会更令人喜悦,更高尚庄严,或者说更令人敬畏,as well as that of all the branches of the Legislature, are exercised by citizens selected at regular periods by their neighbors to make and execute laws for the general good.政府的行政权和国会各个机构的立法权,是由同胞们定期选出的公民来行使的,其目的是为公众利益而制定和执行法律。Can anything essential, anything more than mere ornament and decoration, be added to this by robes and diamonds?难道官袍和钻石能为此增添实质性的东西吗?难道它们不就是一些装饰品吗?Can authority be more amiable and respectable when it descends from accidents or institutions established in remote antiquity than when it springs fresh from the hearts and judgments of an honest and enlightened people?难道因运而生或通过远古制度而继承的权力,会比诚实而卓识的人民按自己的意愿和判断而产生的权力更可亲可敬吗?For it is the people only that are represented.因为这样的政府唯一代表的是人民。It is their power and majesty that is reflected, and only for their good, in every legitimate government, under whatever form it may appear.它的各个各法机构,无论表现为何种形式,反映的都是人民的权利和尊严,并且只为人民谋利益。The existence of such a government as ours for any length of time is a full proof of a general dissemination of knowledge and virtue 7 throughout the whole body of the people.像我们这样的政府,不论其将存在多久,都是对知识和美德在全人类传播的充分明。And what object or consideration more pleasing than this can be presented to the human mind?难道还有比这更令人喜悦的目标或构想能奉献给人类观念吗?If national pride is ever justifiable or excusable it is when it springs, not from power or riches, grandeur or glory, but from conviction of national innocence, information, and benevolence.如果说民族自豪感历来无可非议和情有可原,那么,这种自豪感必定不是来自权势和财富,不是来自豪华和荣耀,而是来自坚信民族的纯真、见识和仁爱。01/86500龙泉驿区妇幼保健院月经不调

华西不孕成都不孕医院排名President Bush Visits Bucharest, Romania, Discusses NATO THE PRESIDENT: Thank you all. Thank you, and good morning. I appreciate former Presidents Iliescu and Constantinescu for joining us today. I want to thank the President of Latvia and Mrs. Zatlere for joining us. Secretary Rice, ambassadors, members of the ed States Congress, the President of the National Bank of Savings, members of the German Marshall Fund and the Atlantic Council, distinguished guests, ladies and gentlemen -- Bun. Ziua Laura and I are pleased to be back in Bucharest. The last time we were here, we stood with the people of this city in Revolution Square for a rally celebrating Romania's invitation to join NATO. Tens of thousands came out in the rain to rejoice in this achievement, and revel in the promise that, henceforth, no one would ever take Romania's freedom away. It was a moment I'll never forget. President Iliescu introduced me in the midst of the drizzling rain. And then the clouds parted, and a rainbow appeared in the sky -- heralding a new day for this nation, and the Atlantic Alliance she was about to join. Since then, Romania has made strong contributions to the Alliance. Romanian soldiers have brought courage to NATO's missions. Romanian leaders have brought moral clarity to NATO's deliberations. And today, the Romanian people have brought their famous hospitality to this NATO summit. Laura and I are thrilled to join you for this historic occasion. And the American people are honored to call Romania a friend, an ally, and a partner in the cause of peace.   This is my final NATO summit. The coming days will be a time for hard work, as allies make important decisions regarding the expansion, and the missions, and the capabilities of NATO. The coming days will also be a time of reflection -- a chance to look back on how far we have come in the past seven years and what this tells us about the challenges ahead.   In June 2001, I came to Europe and spoke to students and faculty at Warsaw University. I reaffirmed America's commitment to a united Europe, bound to the ed States by ties of history and trade and friendship. I said that Europe must overturn the bitter legacy of Yalta, and remove the false boundaries that had divided the continent for too long. I declared that "all of Europe's new democracies, from the Baltic to the Black Sea, should have the same chance for security and freedom -- and the same chance to join the institutions of Europe."   I spoke those words on the soil of a nation on the Baltic. Today, a nation on the Black Sea is where I have come to say those words have been fulfilled. The NATO Alliance that meets here this week now stretches from the shores of Klaipeda to the beaches of Neptun. And here in Bucharest, we will extend the circle of freedom even further, by expanding the NATO Alliance to include new members from the Balkans.   A decade -- the Balkans was a region wracked by war and fanaticism and ethnic cleansing. Today, it is a region growing in liberty and tolerance and peace. These changes are the result of determined actions by NATO, and the courageous choices by new Balkan leaders who have worked to overcome the violence and divisions of the past. In recognition of their progress, tomorrow NATO will make an historic decision on the admission of three Balkan nations: Croatia, Albania, and Macedonia. The ed States strongly supports inviting these nations to join NATO. These countries have walked the difficult path of reform and built thriving free societies. They are y to contribute to NATO -- and their citizens deserve the security that NATO brings.   As we welcome new NATO allies, we also affirm that the door to NATO membership remains open to other nations that seek it -- in the Balkans and beyond. So at this summit, we will also decide whether to accept the requests of two other Balkan nations, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Montenegro, to begin an Intensified Dialogue with NATO. It's a major step on the road to NATO membership, and it is a step that America fully supports for these two nations. And at our summit tomorrow, we'll also make clear that the door to closer cooperation with NATO is open to Serbia, as well.   This week, our Alliance must also decide how to respond to the requests by Georgia and Ukraine to participate in NATO's Membership Action Plan. These two nations inspired the world with their Rose and Orange Revolutions -- and now they're working to consolidate their democratic gains and cement their independence. Welcoming them into the MATO [sic] -- into the Membership Action Plan would send a signal to their citizens that if they continue on the path to democracy and reform they will be welcomed into the institutions of Europe. It would send a signal throughout the region that these two nations are, and will remain, sovereign and independent states.   Here in Bucharest, we must make clear that NATO welcomes the aspirations of Georgia and Ukraine for their membership in NATO and offers them a clear path forward to meet that goal. So my country's position is clear: NATO should welcome Georgia and Ukraine into the Membership Action Plan. And NATO membership must remain open to all of Europe's democracies that seek it, and are y to share in the responsibilities of NATO membership.   The most important responsibility of NATO is the collective security of our citizens. On my 2001 visit to Warsaw, I said that the ed States and Europe "share more than an Alliance -- we share a civilization." Less than three months later, that shared civilization came under a monstrous attack. Even now, with the distance of time, it's still difficult to fathom the enormity of what happened on September the 11th, 2001. Thousands of men and women woke up that morning, had breakfast with their families, and left for work -- never to return home. Tens of thousands more -- including citizens of many NATO nations -- still mourn the loss of moms and dads, husbands and wives, brothers and sisters, friends and loved ones, who were taken from them in a horrific moment of violence and death.   NATO nations recognize that the attacks were part of a broader ideological struggle. The terrorists who struck America that day murder the innocent in pursuit of a violent political vision. They despise the principles of decency and humanity that are the very foundation of our Alliance. They want to impose their brutal rule on millions across the world. They attack our countries and target our people because we stand for freedom -- and because we hold the power to stop them from achieving their murderous ambitions.   NATO nations recognized that this unprecedented attack required unprecedented action. For the first time in the history of the Alliance, Article Five of the NATO Treaty was invoked. NATO aircraft were soon flying over the ed States to provide early warning in case of a follow-on attack. Many NATO nations -- including the ed Kingdom and France, Canada, Denmark, Germany, Norway, the Netherlands, Italy, and Turkey -- deployed forces to fight the terrorists in Afghanistan and to drive the Taliban from power.   Since then, NATO's role in Afghanistan has expanded significantly. In 2003, NATO took over the International Security Assistance Force. And over time, this NATO mission has grown from a small force operating only in Kabul to a force of 47,000 that is now leading operations across all of Afghanistan. Afghanistan is the most daring and ambition [sic] mission in the history of NATO. An Alliance that never fired a shot in the Cold War is now leading the fight on a key battleground of the first war in the 21st century. In Afghanistan, forces from NATO and many partner nations are bringing honor to their uniforms and pride to their countries.   As NATO forces fight the terrorists in Afghanistan they're helping Afghans take increasing responsibility for their own security. With NATO's help, the ranks of trained Afghan soldiers have grown from 33,000 last year to 55,000 today -- and these brave Afghan forces are leading many important combat operations. Thanks to their courage, and the skill of NATO personnel, a nation that was once a safe haven for al Qaeda is now a democracy where boys and girls are going to school, new roads and hospitals are being built, and people are looking to the future with new hope.   Afghanistan still faces many difficult challenges. The enemy has been driven from its strongholds, and no longer controls a single Afghan city. But as this enemy has been defeated on the battlefield, they have turned increasingly to terrorist tactics such as suicide attacks and roadside bombs. And if we were to let up the pressure, the extremists would re-establish safe havens across the country, and use them to terrorize the people of Afghanistan and threaten our own. And that is why we'll stay on the offense, and that is why we'll keep the pressures on these radicals and extremists, and that is why we'll succeed.   Terrorists used safe havens in Afghanistan to launch the 9/11 attacks. Since 9/11, al Qaeda terrorists around the world have succeeded in launching devastating attacks on allied cities such as Madrid and London and Istanbul. They planned more attacks on targets in Europe that never came to pass because of the vigilance of intelligence and law enforcement personnel from many of our nations. For example, in 2006 we stopped an al Qaeda plot to blow up passenger jets departing Europe for the ed States. Earlier this year, Turkish authorities broke up an al Qaeda cell that was plotting a series of terrorist attacks in Turkey. This enemy remains dangerous. And that's why our Alliance is so important to protecting innocent people. 200806/41352绵阳市治女性不孕的医院那好成都细菌性阴道炎怎么治

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