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This week, I spent some time talking with college students about how we can make higher education more affordable. 本周,我花了一些时间和大学生谈论如何才能使高等教育更能负担得起。And one of the things I told them was how proud I was that they were making that investment in themselves – because in today’s economy, the best predictor of success is a good education.我告诉他们其中之一的一件事是我自己感到非常自豪的是他们可以对自己投资——因为在如今的经济形势下,对于成功最好的预测是良好的教育。That’s not just true for our individual success; it’s also true for America’s success. 这不仅仅适用于我们的个人的成功,它也同样适用于美国的成功。New jobs and new businesses will take root wherever they can find the most highly-educated, highly-skilled workers. 新的工作和新的企业要扎根,无论他们在哪里能够发现的大多数受过良好教育的高技能的工人。And I want those workers to be American workers. 而我想要这些工人成为美国工人。I want those good-paying, middle-class jobs to take root right here.我想要那些高收入,中产阶级的工作岗位在这里生根发芽。So it should concern everyone that right now–all across America–tens of thousands of teachers are getting laid off. 所以,现在应该关注每个人——在美国各地,成千上万的教师都在被裁员。In Pennsylvania alone, there are 9,000 fewer educators in our schools today than just a year ago. 单在宾夕法尼亚州, 在我们学校就有9000名现今比一年前要少的教育工作者。In Ohio, the number is close to 7,000. 在俄亥俄州,这个数字已经接近7000。And nationwide, over the past three years, school districts have lost over 250,000 educators. 在全国,在过去的3年中,学区已经减掉了250000名教育工作者。Think about what that means for our country. 想想那对我们的国家意味着什么。When there are fewer teachers in our schools, class sizes start climbing up. 当在我们学校老师越来越少,而班级规模开始逐渐爬升。Our students start falling behind. 我们的学生开始落后。And our economy takes a hit.我们的经济将遭受重创。The point is: teachers matter. 关键是:教师资源。One study found that a good teacher can increase the lifetime income of a classroom by over 0,000. 一项研究发现,一位好老师能增加课堂的终生收入超过250000美元。A great teacher can change the course of a child’s life. 一位伟大的老师可以改变一个孩子生命。So the last thing our country needs is to have fewer teachers in our schools. 所以我们的国家最后需要的一件是我们在学校的老师再少一些。Now, I know states are still going through some tough times. 现在,我知道各州仍将经历一段艰难时期。I realize that every Governor is dealing with limited resources and many face stark choices when it comes to their budgets.我意识到, 当谈及预算时,每位州长都要面临有限的资源和许多残酷的选择。But that doesn’t mean we should just stand by and do nothing. 但这并不意味着我们应该袖手旁观,什么都不做。When states struggle, it’s up to Congress to step in and help out. 当各种处境艰难,国会就要介入并提供帮助。In and in 2010, we provided aid to states to help keep hundreds of thousands of teachers in the classroom. 在年和2010年,我们对各州提供援助来帮助保持在教室里的数十万名教师。But we need to do more. 但我们需要做更多的事情。That’s why a critical part of the jobs bill that I sent to Congress back in September was to help states prevent even more layoffs and rehire even more teachers who had lost their jobs.这就是我在九月份提交给国会就业法案一个至关重要的部分,其目的是帮助州政府防止更多的裁员和雇佣更多失去了工作的教师们。But months later, we’re still waiting on Congress to act.但几个月后,我们仍然在等待国会采取行动。When it comes to this recovery, we can’t fully control everything that happens in other parts of the world. 当谈到这次复苏的时候,我们不能完全控制发生在世界的其他地方的所有事物。But there are plenty of things we can control. 但有很多事情是我们可以控制的。There are plenty of steps we can take, right now, to strengthen our economy. 现在有许多我们可以采取的步骤来加强我们的经济。Putting teachers back in our kids’ classrooms is one of those steps. 让教师回到我们孩子的教室就是其中的一个步骤。And there’s no excuse for inaction. 没有无所作为的借口。You work hard. Your leaders should, too. 你努力工作。你的领导人也应该如此。Especially at this make-or-break moment for the middle class.尤其是为中产阶级这个生死存亡的时刻。I know this is an election year. 我知道今年是选举年。But some things are bigger than an election. 但有些事情比大选更重要。Some things are bigger than politics. 有些事情比政治更重要。So I hope you’ll join me in telling Congress to do the right thing; to get to work and to help get our teachers back in the classroom. 所以我希望你能和我一起告诉国会做正确的事,去工作,为了帮助教师们重返教室。We can’t afford to wait any longer.我们不能再等了。Thanks and have a great weekend.谢谢,周末愉快。201206/186517

REMARKS BY THE PRESIDENTON HEALTH CAREAND THE SENATE VOTE ON F-22 FUNDINGTHE PRESIDENT: Good afternoon, everybody. Before I talk about the progress we’re making on health insurance reform, I want to say a few words about a very important vote that just took place in Congress. Long before I took this office, I argued that meeting our greatest challenges would require not only changing policies in Washington, but changing the way we do business in Washington. I also promised that part of that change would be eliminating waste and inefficiency in our defense projects -- reform that will better protect our nation, better protect our troops, and save taxpayers tens of billions of dollars.As Commander-in-Chief, I will do whatever it takes to defend the American people, which is why we’ve increased our funding for our military, and why we will always give our men and women in uniform the equipment and support that they need to get the job done.But I reject the notion that we have to waste billions of taxpayer dollars on outdated and unnecessary defense projects to keep this nation secure. That's why I’ve taken steps to greatly reduce no-bid defense contracts. That's why I've signed overwhelmingly bipartisan legislation to limit cost overruns on weapons systems before they spiral out of control. And that's why I'm grateful that the Senate just voted against an additional .75 billion to buy F-22 fighter jets that military experts and members of both parties say we do not need.At a time when we’re fighting two wars and facing a serious deficit, this would have been an inexcusable waste of money. Every dollar of waste in our defense budget is a dollar we can’t spend to support our troops, or prepare for future threats, or protect the American people. Our budget is a zero-sum game, and if more money goes to F-22s, it is our troops and citizens who lose. So I want to thank Secretary Gates for his outspoken leadership on this issue. I want to thank every member of Congress who put politics aside to do what’s right for the American military and the American taxpayers. And I particularly want to thank Senators Levin and McCain for helping to make this happen.Now, I’ve also said that health care costs are the biggest drivers of our deficit. Nobody disputes that. So I’m looking forward to meeting with several members of Congress who are working to pass health insurance reform that will bring down long-term costs, expand coverage, and provide more choice.I know that there are those in this town who openly declare their intention to block reform. It's a familiar Washington script that we've seen many times before. These opponents of reform would rather score political points than offer relief to Americans who've seen premiums double and costs grow three times faster than wages. They would maintain a system that works for the insurance and the drug companies, while becoming increasingly unaffordable for families and for businesses.But there are many others who are working hard to address this growing crisis. I know that there is a tendency in Washington to accentuate the differences instead of underscoring common ground. But make no mistake: We are closer than ever before to the reform that the American people need, and we're going to get the job done. I have urged Congress to act, and the health care reform bills making their way through the respective committees in the House and the Senate reflect a hard-earned consensus about how to move forward. So let me just lay out the substantial common ground in the current bills. We've agreed that our health reform bill will extend coverage and include unprecedented insurance protections for the American people. Under each of these bills, you won't be denied coverage if you've got a preexisting medical condition. You won't lose your health care if you change jobs, if you lose your job, or if you start a business. And you won't lose your insurance if you get sick.We've agreed that our health reform bill will promote choice. America -- Americans will be able to compare the price and quality of different plans, and pick the plan that they want. If you like your current plan, you will be able to keep it. Let me repeat that: If you like your plan, you'll be able to keep it. And each bill provides for a public option that will keep insurance companies honest, ensuring the competition necessary to make coverage affordable.We've agreed that our health reform bill will emphasize prevention and wellness. By investing in programs that help Americans live healthier lives, we will save money, prevent illness, and increase the competitiveness of our country. We've agreed that our health reform bill will protect American families from financial catastrophe if they get sick. That's why each of these bills has out-of-pocket limits that will help ensure that families don't go bankrupt because of illness. And we have agreed that our health reform bill will include dramatic measures to cut costs while improving quality. 07/78610

This week, I spent some time talking with college students about how we can make higher education more affordable. 本周,我花了一些时间和大学生谈论如何才能使高等教育更能负担得起。And one of the things I told them was how proud I was that they were making that investment in themselves – because in today’s economy, the best predictor of success is a good education.我告诉他们其中之一的一件事是我自己感到非常自豪的是他们可以对自己投资——因为在如今的经济形势下,对于成功最好的预测是良好的教育。That’s not just true for our individual success; it’s also true for America’s success. 这不仅仅适用于我们的个人的成功,它也同样适用于美国的成功。New jobs and new businesses will take root wherever they can find the most highly-educated, highly-skilled workers. 新的工作和新的企业要扎根,无论他们在哪里能够发现的大多数受过良好教育的高技能的工人。And I want those workers to be American workers. 而我想要这些工人成为美国工人。I want those good-paying, middle-class jobs to take root right here.我想要那些高收入,中产阶级的工作岗位在这里生根发芽。So it should concern everyone that right now–all across America–tens of thousands of teachers are getting laid off. 所以,现在应该关注每个人——在美国各地,成千上万的教师都在被裁员。In Pennsylvania alone, there are 9,000 fewer educators in our schools today than just a year ago. 单在宾夕法尼亚州, 在我们学校就有9000名现今比一年前要少的教育工作者。In Ohio, the number is close to 7,000. 在俄亥俄州,这个数字已经接近7000。And nationwide, over the past three years, school districts have lost over 250,000 educators. 在全国,在过去的3年中,学区已经减掉了250000名教育工作者。Think about what that means for our country. 想想那对我们的国家意味着什么。When there are fewer teachers in our schools, class sizes start climbing up. 当在我们学校老师越来越少,而班级规模开始逐渐爬升。Our students start falling behind. 我们的学生开始落后。And our economy takes a hit.我们的经济将遭受重创。The point is: teachers matter. 关键是:教师资源。One study found that a good teacher can increase the lifetime income of a classroom by over 0,000. 一项研究发现,一位好老师能增加课堂的终生收入超过250000美元。A great teacher can change the course of a child’s life. 一位伟大的老师可以改变一个孩子生命。So the last thing our country needs is to have fewer teachers in our schools. 所以我们的国家最后需要的一件是我们在学校的老师再少一些。Now, I know states are still going through some tough times. 现在,我知道各州仍将经历一段艰难时期。I realize that every Governor is dealing with limited resources and many face stark choices when it comes to their budgets.我意识到, 当谈及预算时,每位州长都要面临有限的资源和许多残酷的选择。But that doesn’t mean we should just stand by and do nothing. 但这并不意味着我们应该袖手旁观,什么都不做。When states struggle, it’s up to Congress to step in and help out. 当各种处境艰难,国会就要介入并提供帮助。In and in 2010, we provided aid to states to help keep hundreds of thousands of teachers in the classroom. 在年和2010年,我们对各州提供援助来帮助保持在教室里的数十万名教师。But we need to do more. 但我们需要做更多的事情。That’s why a critical part of the jobs bill that I sent to Congress back in September was to help states prevent even more layoffs and rehire even more teachers who had lost their jobs.这就是我在九月份提交给国会就业法案一个至关重要的部分,其目的是帮助州政府防止更多的裁员和雇佣更多失去了工作的教师们。But months later, we’re still waiting on Congress to act.但几个月后,我们仍然在等待国会采取行动。When it comes to this recovery, we can’t fully control everything that happens in other parts of the world. 当谈到这次复苏的时候,我们不能完全控制发生在世界的其他地方的所有事物。But there are plenty of things we can control. 但有很多事情是我们可以控制的。There are plenty of steps we can take, right now, to strengthen our economy. 现在有许多我们可以采取的步骤来加强我们的经济。Putting teachers back in our kids’ classrooms is one of those steps. 让教师回到我们孩子的教室就是其中的一个步骤。And there’s no excuse for inaction. 没有无所作为的借口。You work hard. Your leaders should, too. 你努力工作。你的领导人也应该如此。Especially at this make-or-break moment for the middle class.尤其是为中产阶级这个生死存亡的时刻。I know this is an election year. 我知道今年是选举年。But some things are bigger than an election. 但有些事情比大选更重要。Some things are bigger than politics. 有些事情比政治更重要。So I hope you’ll join me in telling Congress to do the right thing; to get to work and to help get our teachers back in the classroom. 所以我希望你能和我一起告诉国会做正确的事,去工作,为了帮助教师们重返教室。We can’t afford to wait any longer.我们不能再等了。Thanks and have a great weekend.谢谢,周末愉快。201206/186517

  REMARKS BY THE PRESIDENTEULOGY FOR SENATOR EDWARD M. KENNEDY Our Lady of Perpetual Help BasilicaRoxbury, Massachusetts12:35 P.M. EDT本视频转自vimeo.comTHE PRESIDENT: Your Eminence, Vicki, Kara, Edward, Patrick, Curran, Caroline, members of the Kennedy family, distinguished guests, and fellow citizens: Today we say goodbye to the youngest child of Rose and Joseph Kennedy. The world will long remember their son Edward as the heir to a weighty legacy; a champion for those who had none; the soul of the Democratic Party; and the lion of the ed States Senate -- a man who graces nearly 1,000 laws, and who penned more than 300 laws himself. But those of us who loved him, and ache with his passing, know Ted Kennedy by the other titles he held: Father. Brother. Husband. Grandfather. Uncle Teddy, or as he was often known to his younger nieces and nephews, "The Grand Fromage," or "The Big Cheese." I, like so many others in the city where he worked for nearly half a century, knew him as a colleague, a mentor, and above all, as a friend. Ted Kennedy was the baby of the family who became its patriarch; the restless dreamer who became its rock. He was the sunny, joyful child who bore the brunt of his brothers' teasing, but learned quickly how to brush it off. When they tossed him off a boat because he didn't know what a jib was, six-year-old Teddy got back in and learned to sail. When a photographer asked the newly elected Bobby to step back at a press conference because he was casting a shadow on his younger brother, Teddy quipped, "It'll be the same in Washington." That spirit of resilience and good humor would see Teddy through more pain and tragedy than most of us will ever know. He lost two siblings by the age of 16. He saw two more taken violently from a country that loved them. He said goodbye to his beloved sister, Eunice, in the final days of his life. He narrowly survived a plane crash, watched two children struggle with cancer, buried three nephews, and experienced personal failings and setbacks in the most public way possible. It's a string of events that would have broken a lesser man. And it would have been easy for Ted to let himself become bitter and hardened; to surrender to self-pity and regret; to retreat from public life and live out his years in peaceful quiet. No one would have blamed him for that. But that was not Ted Kennedy. As he told us, "…[I]ndividual faults and frailties are no excuse to give in -- and no exemption from the common obligation to give of ourselves." Indeed, Ted was the "Happy Warrior" that the poet Wordsworth spoke of when he wrote: As tempted more; more able to endure, As more exposed to suffering and distress; Thence, also, more alive to tenderness. Through his own suffering, Ted Kennedy became more alive to the plight and the suffering of others -- the sick child who could not see a doctor; the young soldier denied her rights because of what she looks like or who she loves or where she comes from. The landmark laws that he championed -- the Civil Rights Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, immigration reform, children's health insurance, the Family and Medical Leave Act -- all have a running th. Ted Kennedy's life work was not to champion the causes of those with wealth or power or special connections. It was to give a voice to those who were not heard; to add a rung to the ladder of opportunity; to make real the dream of our founding. He was given the gift of time that his brothers were not, and he used that gift to touch as many lives and right as many wrongs as the years would allow.08/82942

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  Ronald Reagan: The Space Shuttle "Challenger" Tragedy Address"We'll continue our quest in space. There will be more shuttle flights...more volunteers, more civilians, more teachers in space."[AUTHENTICITY CERTIFIED: Text version below transcribed directly from audio.]Ladies and Gentlemen, I'd planned to speak to you tonight to report on the state of the Union, but the events of earlier today have led me to change those plans. Today is a day for mourning and remembering. Nancy and I are pained to the core by the tragedy of the shuttle Challenger. We know we share this pain with all of the people of our country. This is truly a national loss.Nineteen years ago, almost to the day, we lost three astronauts in a terrible accident on the ground. But we've never lost an astronaut in flight. We've never had a tragedy like this. And perhaps we've forgotten the courage it took for the crew of the shuttle. But they, the Challenger Seven, were aware of the dangers, but overcame them and did their jobs brilliantly. We mourn seven heroes: Michael Smith, Dick Scobee, Judith Resnik, Ronald McNair, Ellison Onizuka, Gregory Jarvis, and Christa McAuliffe. We mourn their loss as a nation together. For the families of the seven, we cannot bear, as you do, the full impact of this tragedy. But we feel the loss, and we're thinking about you so very much. Your loved ones were daring and brave, and they had that special grace, that special spirit that says, "Give me a challenge, and I'll meet it with joy." They had a hunger to explore the universe and discover its truths. They wished to serve, and they did. They served all of us.We've grown used to wonders in this century. It's hard to dazzle us. But for twenty-five years the ed States space program has been doing just that. We've grown used to the idea of space, and, perhaps we forget that we've only just begun. We're still pioneers. They, the members of the Challenger crew, were pioneers.And I want to say something to the schoolchildren of America who were watching the live coverage of the shuttle's take-off. I know it's hard to understand, but sometimes painful things like this happen. It's all part of the process of exploration and discovery. It's all part of taking a chance and expanding man's horizons. The future doesn't belong to the fainthearted; it belongs to the brave. The Challenger crew was pulling us into the future, and we'll continue to follow them.I've always had great faith in and respect for our space program. And what happened today does nothing to diminish it. We don't hide our space program. We don't keep secrets and cover things up. We do it all up front and in public. That's the way freedom is, and we wouldn't change it for a minute. We'll continue our quest in space. There will be more shuttle flights and more shuttle crews and, yes, more volunteers, more civilians, more teachers in space. Nothing ends here; our hopes and our journeys continue.I want to add that I wish I could talk to every man and woman who works for NASA, or who worked on this mission and tell them: "Your dedication and professionalism have moved and impressed us for decades. And we know of your anguish. We share it."There's a coincidence today. On this day three hundred and ninety years ago, the great explorer Sir Francis Drake died aboard ship off the coast of Panama. In his lifetime the great frontiers were the oceans, and a historian later said, "He lived by the sea, died on it, and was buried in it." Well, today, we can say of the Challenger crew: Their dedication was, like Drake's, complete.The crew of the space shuttle Challenger honored us by the manner in which they lived their lives. We will never forget them, nor the last time we saw them, this morning, as they prepared for their journey and waved goodbye and "slipped the surly bonds of earth" to "touch the face of God."Thank you.George W. Bush: "Columbia" Disaster Address200606/7524There has been a change of government.政府发生了变化。It began two years ago, when the House of Representatives became Democratic by a decisive majority.这种变化开始于两年前民主党在众议院取得决定性多数席位的时候,It has now been completed. The Senate about to assemble will also be Democratic.现在已告完成。即将组成的参议院也将由民主党占据多数席位。The offices of President and Vice-President have been put into the hands of Democrats.总统和副总统的职务都已交与民主党人执掌。What does the change mean? That is the question that is uppermost in our minds to-day.这种变化意味着什么呢?这是如今盘旋于我们脑海中的最主要的问题。That is the question I am going to try to answer, in order, if I may, to interpret the occasion.这也是今天我要试图回答的问题,如果可以的话,我要阐明其中的缘由。It means much more than the mere success of a party.这种变化何止意味着一个政党的胜利。The success of a party means little except when the Nation is using that party for a large and definite purpose.一个政党的胜利是不足称道的,除非国家要利用这个政党达到一个重大而明确的目标,No one can mistake the purpose for which the Nation now seeks to use the Democratic Party.谁都不会误解国家现在想利用民主党所要达到的目的。It seeks to use it to interpret a change in its own plans and point of view.它要利用民主党来阐明国家的规划和立场中的某种变化。Some old things with which we had grown familiar, and which had begun to creep into the very habit of our thought and of our lives,某些陈旧的事物虽已为我们所熟悉,并已开始不知不觉地进入我们的思想习惯和生活习惯,have altered their aspect as we have latterly looked critically upon them, with fresh, awakened eyes;但是,当我们后来以新的、觉醒的眼光批判地看待这些事物时,它们却面目全非,have dropped their disguises and shown themselves alien and sinister.卸下了伪装,显得陌生而又邪恶。Some new things, as we look frankly upon them, willing to comprehend their real character,而某些新生事物,当我们实事求是地看待并愿意了解它们的实质时,have come to assume the aspect of things long believed in and familiar, stuff of our own convictions.便开始呈现出我们久已相信和熟悉的事物特征,即我们自己坚信不移的那些东西。We have been refreshed by a new insight into our own life.我们以一种新的眼光来洞察自己的生活,从而我们的精神也为之一振。We see that in many things that life is very great.从许多方面来看,生活是非常伟大的。It is incomparably great in its material aspects, in its body of wealth, in the diversity and sweep of its energy,它在物质方面,在财富数量方面,在能量的多样性和威力方面,in the industries which have been conceived and built up by the genius of individual men and the limitless enterprise of groups of men.在以个人天赋和群体的无限创造力所构想、建立起来的工业方面,都是无比伟大的,It is great, also, very great, in its moral force.它在道德力量方面是伟大的,而且同样是极其伟大的。Nowhere else in the world have noble men and women exhibited in more striking forms the beauty and the energy of sympathy世界上再没有什么地方有这样高尚的男女能如此出色地表现出同情、and helpfulness and counsel in their efforts to rectify wrong, alleviate suffering, and set the weak in the way of strength and hope.互助、协商的美妙境界和巨大能量。他们努力补偏救弊、弥患纾难,扶助弱者以增加力量和希望。We have built up, moreover, a great system of government, which has stood through a long age as in many respects a model for those不仅如此,我们还建立起了一个伟大的政治体制,这个政治体制在很长一段时期中经受了考验,who seek to set liberty upon foundations that will endure against fortuitous change, against storm and accident.在很多方面成为那些试图把自由建立在经得起偶然变故、狂风暴雨和意外事件的基础上的人们的楷模。Our life contains every great thing, and contains it in rich abundance.我们的生活拥有一切伟大事物,丰富而充足。But the evil has come with the good, and much fine gold has been corroded. With riches has come inexcusable waste.但是,罪恶与善良俱来,纯金常被腐蚀。不可原谅的浪费与富足并至。We have squandered a great part of what we might have used, and have not stopped to conserve the exceeding bounty of nature,我们浪费了一大部分本来可资利用的东西,我们至今还没有停止挥霍浪费,来保存大自然的慷慨恩赐。without which our genius for enterprise would have been worthless and impotent, scorning to be careful, shamefully prodigal as well as admirably efficient.如果没有这些恩赐,我们的创业天赋很可能变得毫无价值和无所作为,我们鄙视谨慎行事,我们的生产效率固然值得赞美,我们的浪费却十分可耻。02/444783

  President Obama discusses the steps he is taking to make America competitive in the short and long terms, and why he chose GE CEO Jeff Immelt to head up the new Council on Jobs and Competitiveness.Download mp4 (125MB) | mp3 (3MB) 201101/124376

  

  [Nextpage视频演讲]The President speaks about the ongoing efforts to address the BP Oil Spill from New Orleans, LA on June 4, 2010.Download Video: mp4 (134MB) | mp3 (13MB) [Nextpage演讲文本1]【PART 1】 Well, I want to thank everybody who participated in this meeting. Most of the folks here were in the meeting that we had last week. One of the encouraging signs is that, at least with respect to Louisiana, it seems that we made some progress. The most obvious area of progress was, coming out of the meeting last week, trying to bridge what seemed to be differences with respect to the berm, the barrier islands that Governor Jindal had proposed, and we now have that authority and dredging is beginning. And now we want to make sure that BP is paying up, but it seems like we're making progress on that front.I know that a lot of the press may be curious about what’s happening in terms of the attempts to cap the well. I don't want to go into the technical details here. I'd prefer Thad to give an update when he has had a chance to talk directly with command and control about what’s happening there. But it does appear that the cap, at least for now, is holding; that some hydrocarbons are being sent up to the surface; and that they are still ratcheting up the amount of oil and gas that's being extracted -- they’re doing it carefully so that they don't dislodge or disrupt the cap in some fashion.We will know more over the next 24 to 48 hours. And it is way too early to be optimistic. But we're just going to keep on monitoring it, and Thad will give you a more thorough briefing when he knows more.We spent a lot of time here just talking about the logistics of the response on the shore as oil begins to come in. And everybody here has particular concerns because we've got limited resources. We're trying to get more boom, for example, into the places that are needed. We deployed initially a lot of boom here in Louisiana. That meant that some in Alabama wasn’t where it was supposed to be. Governor Riley has been appropriately concerned -- that's a mild way of putting it -- about what’s being done with respect to Alabama plans. And what I told him was, is that Thad Allen will be meeting with him individually with respect to the Alabama plan and if he’s not satisfied with the answers that are given over the course of this weekend, then he’s going to call me and we're going to meet and sort this out.Here in Louisiana, where the oil has hit most rapidly, there are still areas where, for example, the mayor, here, was talking to fishermen; they want to try to build up some barriers to estuaries and areas that are particularly vulnerable. Thad Allen is going to be following up with each of the parish presidents in terms of figuring out what’s going on.One of the things that we've done to make sure that organizationally things are working the way they should is we now have a Coast Guard official who is stationed with each parish president and we actually have a BP representative who is stationed with each parish president, so that they have direct access to making sure that any information, any problems that they’ve got, are immediately being shot up to Thad and he can respond quickly. And we want to set that up not just in Louisiana, but in Alabama as well as in Florida -- we want county equivalents to have that same kind of representation and rapid response.We also talked about claims. And this is an area where I think everybody has a lot of concern. My understanding is, is that BP has contracted for million worth of TV advertising to manage their image during the course of this disaster. In addition, there are reports that BP will be paying .5 billion -- that's billion with a B -- in dividend payments this quarter.Now, I don't have a problem with BP fulfilling its legal obligations. But I want BP to be very clear, they’ve got moral and legal obligations here in the Gulf for the damage that has been done. And what I don't want to hear is, when they’re spending that kind of money on their shareholders and spending that kind of money on TV advertising, that they’re nickel-and-diming fishermen or small businesses here in the Gulf who are having a hard time. We’ve assigned federal folks to look over BP’s shoulder and to work with state and local officials to make sure that claims are being processed quickly, fairly, and that BP is not lawyering up, essentially, when it comes to these claims. They say they want to make it right. That’s part of their advertising campaign. Well, we want them to make it right. And what that means is that if a fisherman got a ,000 check, and the next time he goes in, because it’s a new month, suddenly BP is saying, well, we need some documentation and this may take six months to process, or 60 days to process -- or 30 days to process, for that matter -- that fisherman, with all his money tied up in that boat, just may not be able to hang on for another 30 days. He may lose his boat and his livelihood.We heard from one of the parish presidents about a shrimp processing plant. They’ve got a bunch of shrimp on ice, so they’re selling inventory, but they’re not bringing any new product in. And BP says to them, well, you know what, your sales don't seem to have declined. And they try to explain, yes, but we’ve had to lay off all our workers because we’re not bringing any new shrimp in and our cupboards are going to be bare in the next several weeks -- BP has got to be able to anticipate that.So the key point I’m making here is, this has been a disaster for this region and people are understandably frightened and concerned about what the next few months and the new few years may hold. I am absolutely confident about the resilience of this area long term, but if we can make sure that BP is doing the right thing on the front end, it’s going to make it an awful lot easier for us to fully recover on the back end. And by the way, it may end up being cheaper for BP. And so Thad, who’s interacting with BP on a regular basis, I think is emphasizing this. My administration is emphasizing it. I want them to hear directly from me and I want the public to hear from me -- they need to make sure that they are following through on these claims in a expeditious, fair way. And if they’re not, then we are going to stay on them about it. We’ve aly submitted one bill and they haven’t said that they’re not paying it, so I don’t want to anticipate problems. But we are aly starting to see at the local level folks experiencing problems. And we don’t want those problems to build up -- we want to nip that at the bud right now. And the fact that BP can pay a .5 billion dividend payment is indicative of how much money these folks have been making. And given the fact that they didn’t fully account for the risks, I don’t want somebody else bearing the costs of those risks that they took. I want to make sure that they’re paying for it.All right. The last point I wanted to make is we did talk about what the environmental quality is down here right now. Lisa Jackson has been down here all week and she went all across the country -- or all across the state of Louisiana. She’s going to be monitoring what’s going on in Alabama and Florida as well. So far, the air quality, water quality, is continually being tested and doesn’t seem to be much elevated above normal levels. But I want to emphasize something that she just told us, and that is people who are onsite involved in cleanup, they have to be mindful of the fact that we’re dealing with toxins here. This could be -- this could make people very sick if they’re not careful. They’ve got to get the appropriate training. They need the appropriate equipment. If they get sick, we now have health centers that are stationed at each of these points. [Nextpage演讲文本2]【PART 2】Lisa, do you want to talk about that briefly?ADMINISTRATOR JACKSON: Yes, sir. We have health and safety officers and stations at each muster point. So if someone does come back in and feels in any way that they’ve been exposed, or even if they just don’t feel well, the first thing to do is to report it so that we have a record of it, we can track it down, and we can ensure that they’re not in any way penalized for reporting and making sure that they put their health and the health of their family first.THE PRESIDENT: Again, I want to just emphasize, everybody down here -- every local official, every state official -- is working as hard as they can. Our federal teams are working as hard as they can. There are still going to be glitches in the response. There are still going to be arguments and disagreements between local and state, state and federal, between everybody and BP, between states and states, in terms of how we’re allocating some of these resources. But I think that Thad Allen has committed to me and the people of the Gulf that we’re going to cut through any bureaucratic red tape, any problems that we’ve got, and we will fix problems that have been identified.And that was the commitment I made last week. Some of the problems have been fixed; some new ones have resurfaced. We’ll fix those, too. And we’ll keep on coming back until we have dealt with an unprecedented crisis. But I’m very thankful to everybody for the constructive meeting and the constructive approach that I think everybody is taking in terms of solving this problem. All right. Thank you, everybody.Q Mr. President, what did you say to the parish presidents about the difficulty -- the economic difficulties from the drilling moratorium?THE PRESIDENT: We had a conversation about that, as well, and what I told them is very simple. When I made the decision to issue the moratorium, we knew that that would have an economic impact. But what I also knew is that there was no way that we can go about business as usual when we discovered that companies like BP, who had provided assurances that they had fail-safe backup, redundant systems, in fact, not only didn't have fail-safe systems, but had no idea what to do when those fail-safe systems broke down.Now, I announced this week that Bob Graham and Bill Reilly, two respected individuals who have experience both on the environmental side as well as in the energy sector, are going to be examining over the next six months what went wrong, but more important -- forward looking, how do we, in fact, increase domestic oil production without seeing the kinds of disasters that we are all witnessing on television day in, day out.I think Governor Jindal, I know other parish presidents, expressed concern about the immediate economic impact. And what I said to them is the same thing I said to Graham and Reilly, which is, if they can front-load some of the analysis of what went wrong and how you would solve what has happened and what can happen, and you can do that more quickly than six months, then let me know. Don't hold the results of your review for six months, and then tell me. Tell me when you find out.But what I told the folks in this room was I’m not going to cut corners on it, and I’m not going to press them to move faster than it would take to do an accurate, independent job based on sound science, because I do not want to see this thing repeated again. And the American people don't, and I promise you the people of the Gulf don't want to see it either.And as difficult as it may be, it’s important for us to do this right, because if we don't do it right, then what you could end up seeing is an even worse impact on the oil industry down here, which is so important to so many jobs. And I think everybody here emphasized -- and I want to be clear -- I didn't hear anybody here say that they want unsafe operations on these rigs and they certainly don't want to see a repeat of this disaster. They did ask, can we do it faster. And what I said to them was the same thing that I said to Graham and Reilly, which is, you do it as fast as it takes to do it right.All right? Thank you, everybody.Q Do you want BP to pay that dividend? Are you calling on them not to?THE PRESIDENT: Thank you, guys. I want to make sure that they are paying the folks in Louisiana for the havoc that they wreaked, and the folks in Alabama and the folks in Florida. I don't want them nickel-and- diming people down here. I want them to abide by their obligations to their shareholders; I want them to abide by the obligations to people down here, as well. All right. Thank you, folks.END201006/105563。

  Good morning. In times of war, Congress has no greater obligation than funding our war fighters. And next week, the House will begin debate on an emergency war spending bill.The purpose of this legislation should be to give our troops on the front lines the resources, funds, and equipment they need to fight our enemies. Unfortunately, some in Congress are using this bill as an opportunity to micromanage our military commanders, force a precipitous withdrawal from Iraq, and spend billions on domestic projects that have nothing to do with the war on terror. Our troops urgently need Congress to approve emergency war funds. Over the past several weeks, our Nation has begun pursuing a new strategy in Iraq. Under the leadership of General David Petraeus, our troops have launched a difficult and dangerous mission to help Iraqis secure their capital. This plan is still in its early stages, yet we're aly seeing signs of progress. Iraqi and American troops have rounded up more than 700 people affiliated with Shia extremists. They've also launched aggressive operations against Sunni extremists. And they've uncovered large caches of weapons that could have been used to kill our troops. These are hopeful signs. As these operations unfold, they will help the Iraqi government stabilize the country, rebuild the economy, and advance the work of political reconciliation. Yet the bill Congress is considering would undermine General Petraeus and the troops under his command just as these critical security operations are getting under way.First, the bill would impose arbitrary and restrictive conditions on the use of war funds and require the withdrawal of forces by the end of this year if these conditions are not met. These restrictions would handcuff our generals in the field by denying them the flexibility they need to adjust their operations to the changing situation on the ground. And these restrictions would substitute the mandates of Congress for the considered judgment of our military commanders.Even if every condition required by this bill was met, all American forces -- except for very limited purposes -- would still be required to withdraw next year, regardless of the situation in Iraq. The consequences of imposing such an artificial timetable would be disastrous.Here is what Secretary of Defense Robert Gates recently told Congress: Setting a fixed date to withdraw would "essentially tell [the enemy] how long they would have to wait until we're gone." If American forces were to step back from Baghdad before it is more secure, the scale and scope of attacks would increase and intensify. A contagion of violence could spill out across the entire country, and in time, this violence would engulf the region. The enemy would emerge from the chaos emboldened with new safe havens, new recruits, new resources, and an even greater determination to harm America. Such an outcome would be a nightmare for our country.Second, the bill would cut funding for the Iraqi security forces if Iraqi leaders did not meet rigid conditions set by Congress. This makes no sense. Members of Congress have often said that the Iraqis must step forward and take more responsibility for their own security -- and I agree. Yet Members of Congress can't have it both ways: They can't say that the Iraqis must do more and then take away the funds that will help them do so. Iraq is a young democracy that is fighting for its survival in a region that is vital to American security. To cut off support for their security forces at this critical moment would put our own security at risk.Third, the bill would add billions of dollars in domestic spending that is completely unrelated to the war. For example, the House bill would provide million for peanut storage, million for the Farm Service Agency, and million for NASA. These programs do not belong in an emergency war spending bill. Congress must not allow debate on domestic spending to delay funds for our troops on the front lines. And Members should not use funding our troops as leverage to pass special interest spending for their districts.We are a Nation at war, and the heaviest responsibilities fall to our troops in the field. Yet we in Washington have responsibilities, as well. General Petraeus was confirmed by the Senate without a single vote in opposition, and he and his troops need these resources to succeed in their mission. Many in Congress say they support the troops, and I believe them. Now they have a chance to show that support in deed, as well as in word. Congress needs to approve emergency funding for our troops, without strings and without delay. If they send me a bill that does otherwise, I will veto it.Thank you for listening. 200705/13229

  THE PRESIDENT: It is my honor to welcome the U.S.-Brazil CEO Forum here to Washington. First of all, I want to thank my friend, President Lula, for encouraging this forum to go forward. It's an indication of the importance that we both place on our bilateral relations. Brazil is a very powerful, very important country in our neighborhood, and it's really important for this administration and future administrations to work closely with the Brazilian government, like it is important for our respective business communities to work closely together.   I do want to thank you all very much for putting forward a list of recommendations. I'm looking forward to our discussion. As I understand, the list of recommendations includes a successful Doha Round, as well as a bilateral tax treaty and a bilateral investment treaty. One of the things I will share with the Brazilian CEOs is that I strongly support a successful Doha Round, and our government will work closely with Brazil to get that done. And secondly, in terms of our bilateral policy, I also strongly, as does my administration, support a bilateral tax treaty and a bilateral investment treaty.   Relations between our two countries are very positive and they're very important. And so, thank you all for coming. Please give my best regards to President Lula. Thank you for being here. 200806/41455

  unK5*wosCtiO,c[iaKHe@8+d4U%1jfBL.CwIt is a great pleasure to be here today. This university has been coeducational since 1870, but I do not believe it was on the basis of your accomplishments that a Detroit high school girl said (and I e), ;In choosing a college, you first have to decide whether you want a coeducational school or an educational school.; Well, we can find both here at Michigan, although perhaps at different hours. I came out here today very anxious to meet the Michigan student whose father told a friend of mine that his sons education had been a real value. It stopped his mother from bragging about him.0LG,y_Y)AJ5@tvI have come today from the turmoil of your capital to the tranquility of your campus to speak about the future of your country. The purpose of protecting the life of our Nation and preserving the liberty of our citizens is to pursue the happiness of our people. Our success in that pursuit is the test of our success as a Nation.NE%J);-U^P[Lb;Pgw(vtNpA9CSojpoUdkHrV3,cSpxQ487C164158

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