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Bush: Stimulus Plan Will Help US Economy布什:刺激经济计划将有助于经济  President Bush says he is confident tax incentives and tax rebates will make the U.S. economy "stronger than ever before." President and Congress agreed on a temporary stimulus plan last month after rising energy prices and falling property values slowed economic growth. 布什总统说,他相信,税收激励措施和退税将使美国经济比以往任何时候都更加强劲。在不断上涨的能源价格以及继续下跌的房产价值拖累了经济增长之后,布什总统和国会上个月就一个临时性的经济刺激计划达成了协议。President Bush says the government has taken decisive action to ease the pains of a slowing economy by agreeing to tax incentives for businesses and tax rebates for more than 130 million households. 布什总统说,政府通过同意给美国企业提供税收激励以及给1亿3千万家庭提供退税而采取了果断行动来缓解经济减缓所带来的痛苦。"I fully recognize that people are concerned about our economy, but they must understand that this package has yet to fully kick in yet," he said. "We have taken action, but it is going to take awhile for the economy to feel the effects of this good law that I have signed." 他说:“我充分意识到大家对我们的经济感到关注,但是他们必须理解,这个一揽子经济刺激方案还没有开始充分发挥作用。我们已经采取了行动,但是还需要一段时间才能使经济感受到我签署的这个好法案的效果。”Mr. Bush spoke to reporters at a printing plant in the state of Virginia. The visit was meant to highlight tax incentives for businesses to invest in new equipment this year. 布什总统是在维吉尼亚州一个印刷厂对记者做出上述表示的。他来这个印刷厂参观是为了突出显示鼓励企业今年对新的设备进行投资的税收激励措施。"Small business owners are dreamers and doers," he added. "And we want to watch them and help them expand, because as they expand, more and more people find work. We are in a rough patch right now in our economy, but I am confident that in the long term we will come out stronger than ever before." 他说:“小企业主既是梦想家,也是实干家。我们要关注它们,而且要帮助它们发展壮大,因为随著它们的壮大,更多的人会找到工作。我们的经济现在处于一个比较艰难的处境,但是我有信心,从长远来看,我们会比以往任何时候都要更加强劲。”Two government reports show further evidence of a slowing economy. The Commerce Department said sales of newly built homes last month fell to the lowest level in 13 years. The median price of homes sold was down nearly three percent from a year earlier. 美国联邦政府星期三公布的两个报告显示了经济正在减缓的进一步据。商务部说,上个月新建房屋的销售下降到13年来的最低水平,售出房屋的中间价格几乎比一年前下跌了3%。The number of unsold homes on the market held steady from January, creating the biggest inventory of residential property in more than 26 years. That is partly the result of banks trying to resell homes they have foreclosed on because owners could not make higher payments on adjustable-rate mortgages. 从1月以来,市场上没有售出的房屋数量没有什么变化,从而使民宅的库存量达到26年多来的最高水平。因为房主在房贷利率调整后不能付更高的贷款而收回这些房子后试图重新出售这些房子也是造成这种现象的部分原因。A separate government report showed a second straight month of declining U.S. manufacturing activity as orders for items intended to last more than three years dropped 1.7 percent. Demand for manufacturing equipment fell more than 13 percent, the largest drop on record. 另外一份政府报告显示,美国的制造业活动连续第二月出现下降,对那些可以使用3年以上产品的订单下跌了1.7%,对制造设备的需求下跌了13%以上,是有记录以来的最大跌幅。Consumer confidence is also down. A regular survey of 5,000 American households found consumer confidence in the economy at a five-year low. Expectations for future business conditions, jobs and income are at a 35-year low. 消费者信心也处于低迷状态。对5千个美国家庭定期进行的调查发现,消费者对经济的信心处于5年来的低水平,对今后的商业条件、就业和收入的预期则处于35年来的新低。A public-opinion poll this month by N News and the Wall Street Journal found that two-thirds of Americans disapprove of the president's handling of the economy. The economy has now replaced the war in Iraq as the number-one issue for voters before the November presidential election.全国广播公司和华尔街日报这个月进行的一项民意调查发现,三分之二的美国人不满意布什总统对经济的处理。经济问题已经取代伊拉克战争成为11月总统大选之前选民最关心的问题。 200803/32439Obama Advisor Provides Details on Vice Presidential Selection奥巴马顾问谈其选拜登为副手原因   A senior advisor to presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama says the party's ticket has been strengthened by the selection of Senator Joe Biden for vice president. Obama named Biden as his running mate two days before the start of the Democratic National Convention in Denver, Colorado. 美国民主党总统候选人奥巴马的一位高级顾问说,奥巴马选择拜登为自己的竞选副手,民主党人的竞选组合因此得到了加强。奥巴马是在民主党在科罗拉多丹佛市召开全国大会的两天前提名拜登为自己的竞选搭档的。The choice of running mate is, arguably, the most important decision a presidential candidate must make before the election, one that provides hints as to how the potential commander-in-chief would make decisions and ultimately govern the nation, if elected. 选择竞选夥伴可以说是一个总统候选人在大选前必须作出的最重要的决定。这个决定对选举获胜后,这位未来的统帅将如何决策,乃至最终如何管理这个国家提供了种种暗示。Barack Obama has tapped Delaware Senator Joe Biden, who has served for six consecutive terms and is chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. 奥巴马选择了德拉瓦州参议员拜登。 拜登连续六届担任联邦参议员,目前是国会参议院外交关系委员会主席。A senior Obama advisor, Robert Gibbs, says Biden fulfills the most important duty of a vice president: the ability to serve as president should the need arise. 奥巴马的高级顾问罗伯特.吉布斯说,拜登能履行副总统人选的最重要职责,那就是,在必要时有能力承担起总统的责任。"Senator Biden has unparalleled foreign policy experience. We [the Obama campaign] hired him for his judgment to lead this country, if something happens to Barack Obama, and the judgment and the advice that he will give to the next president of the ed States. And, we think we have a fabulous pick. We have got someone who has not forgotten where they are from, and someone who can help rebuild this country," said Gibbs, who was speaking on the Fox News Sunday television program. 吉布斯说:“拜登参议员拥有无与伦比的外交政策经验。我们选择他就是因为如果奥巴马发生了什么事,他拥有领导国家的决断力,以及他能给美国下一任总统提供建议和判断。我认为,我们的选择非常棒。我们得到了一个没有忘记他从何处来,一个可以帮助重建这个国家的人。”吉布斯是在“福克斯星期天新闻”节目中发表上述讲话的。Polls show Americans generally view Obama as the candidate who most represents change and a break from the status quo. But polls also show a majority of Americans view his Republican rival, John McCain, as more experienced and better equipped to serve as commander-in-chief. 民意测验显示,美国人普遍认为奥巴马是最能代表变革和打破现状的候选人。但是,民调同时显示,大部分美国人认为,他的共和党对手约翰.麦凯恩更有经验,更具备统帅全国的能力。Since Saturday, numerous political analysts have commented that Biden helps counteract Obama's perceived weakness on governance, but that, as someone who has served in Congress for more than three decades, Biden also blunts Obama's overriding message of bringing change to Washington. 星期六以来,为数不少的政治分析人士,拜登将有助于平衡奥巴马一直以来被认为在管理国家方面的弱点,但是,作为一个在国会务了30多年的人,拜登同时也削弱了奥巴马竞选中最突出的主题,那就是为华盛顿带来变革的信息。Aly, the McCain campaign has released advertisements pointing out instances during the primary season in which Biden, suggested Obama lacked the experience needed to be president. Biden was competing with Obama and others for the Democratic nomination at the time, but dropped out of the race early on. McCain ads have also attacked Obama for passing over his fiercest primary rival, New York Senator Hillary Clinton, for the vice presidential slot. 麦凯恩竞选团队播放的广告已经指出,在民主党初选季节,拜登曾暗示奥巴马缺乏当总统所需要的经验。当时,拜登和其他候选人与奥巴马一起角逐民主党总统候选人提名,但是他后来早早退出了竞选。麦凯恩的广告还攻击奥巴马不考虑他在初选中的最强硬的对手、纽约州参议员希拉里.克林顿为副总统人选。Former New York Mayor Rudi Giuliani, who competed against John McCain in the Republican primaries, echoed that message on A's This Week program. 前纽约市长朱利安尼在共和党总统提名争夺战中是麦凯恩的对手。他在美国广播公司的“本周”节目中也表达了类似的观点。"Senator Obama has made a choice more out of weakness than strength. It is quite clear [that] the strong choice would have been Hillary Clinton. The obvious choice would have been Hillary Clinton. She had 50 percent of the Democratic vote [in the primaries]; Obama had 50 percent of the Democratic vote," said Giuliani. 朱利安尼说:“奥巴马参议员的选择更多地是考虑(人选的)劣势,而不是优势。很明显,更强的选择应该是希拉里.克林顿。显而易见他应该选择希拉里.克林顿。她在初选中赢得了民主党50%的选票。奥巴马也赢得了50%。”Recent polls show roughly one-in-five who voted for Clinton in the primaries favor McCain over Obama, despite repeated Clinton statements urging her supporters to rally behind the presumptive Democratic nominee. 最近的民调显示,尽管克林顿一再发表声明鼓励自己的持者持民主党总统候选人,但是,在初选中选择克林顿的人当中有大约五分之一更倾向于麦凯恩,而不是奥巴马。Whether the Democrats can unite as a party during this week's national convention after a bruising primary season remains to be seen. Obama's chief strategist, David Axelrod, gave a preview of the core message that will be heard at the convention, beginning with Obama's personal story. 民主党在经历了伤痕累累的初选季节后,能否在这个星期举行的全国大会上全党团结一致,还有待观察。奥巴马的首席战略顾问戴维.阿克塞尔罗德披露了民主党全国大会的核心信息。他首先谈到奥巴马的个人经历。"The son of a single mother, working his way up, and then going back to work in communities that were felled by steel plant closings, we are going to tell that story. But we are also going to tell the story about what has happened to the country under the policies we have seen under the broken politics of Washington. We are not going to shy away from making a contrast," said Axelrod. 他说:“单亲妈妈养大的孩子,脚踏实地努力工作,然后来到因钢铁工业倒闭而满目萧条的社区工作--我们会告诉民众这个故事 。我们同时也会告诉民众我们看到的华盛顿离破碎的政治所导致的政策给我们国家带来的一切。我们将对此进行对照。”The Republican National Convention begins next week. The McCain campaign has hinted that the Arizona Senator could name his running mate as early as this Friday, the day after the close of the Democratic National Convention. 共和党全国大会下星期召开。麦凯恩竞选团队已经暗示,这位来自亚利桑那州的参议员将最早在星期五宣布自己的竞选夥伴。民主党全国大会也在同一天结束。200808/46657

Tom Brokaw: I know that I speak for both of us when I say how deeply touched we are by that reception and it makes all the more poingant, the absence for our colleague Peter Jennings. We have hoped that he would be here so that we could have a reunion tonight, a celebration, because, the three of us really thought that to have been a reporter at large in a world of such profound change in the last quarter of the century was reward enough. So this recognition is a true dividend tonight, and for that we're deeply grateful.Dan Rather: But to the millions of people who invited us into their living rooms every evening over the years, it's important for us to say-- 'coz we feel it so deeply--how much we appreciate that and that we never took that invitation lightly, nor the responsibilities. It still comes as something of a shock to say that word WE in the absence brought by Peter's passing. He left us far too soon and with everyone thought so much good work's still ahead of him.Tom Brokaw: You know, despite the occasional differences that the three of us may have had, Dan, Peter and I had a common commitment to the importance of serious journalism because that's what the American people expected. No less than that. We also talked about the unique brotherhood that we shared that developed over the years. And we were competitive on a day- to- day basis around the world, but we are always bound together by a shared devotion to being reporters first whether we are on the anchor chair or on the road. And as for our personal relationship, Peter probably summed it up the best one, he said "yes, we are friends." then he added laughingly, "because we don't see each other very much." Our friend, our true friend, Peter's gone, but tonight Cathy, Christopher and Elizabeth, Dan and I want you to know that Peter will have a place in this brotherhood forever. Dan Rather: And finally, finally we want to thank the Academy most of all for a gesture that I hope reaffirmed the need for strong, relevant, quality television journalism. Using this medium for good journalism comes with undeniable challenges but there are times--as we've been most recently reminded with Hurricane Katrina--when the immediacy and images that television provides--not only the best way to convey a breaking news story, but also an essential part of the story itself. Tom Brokaw: I know that if Peter were here tonight, he'd join us and saluting our colleagues, the next great generation of broadcast journalists for their tireless and courageous work in covering the tragedy of Katrina so brilliantly for the last three weeks .Dan Rather: Television has been called a medium of the tremendous potential powers and we continue to believe in the potential of those powers to do good. Thank you! Good night! Godspeed.200807/44412

BILL O'REILLY, FOX NEWS HOST: How do you assess President Bush's falling poll numbers? He's at the lowest level of his presidency now. Why do you think that's happening?CONDOLEEZZA RICE, SECRETARY OF STATE: Well, Bill, I'm not one who can assess poll numbers in American politics. I know that this is a president who has had to do a lot of very difficult things. He's had to deal with the largest terrorist attack on American soil, now the largest natural disaster in the ed States. And he's had to make some very difficult decisions. I do know that he is not someone who s the polls. And he will tell you that he's going to do what he thinks is right. But I'm really not competent to ...O'REILLY: Are you guys worry about it? Because you're a close adviser in addition to being secretary of State. And you see poll numbers fall that quickly, is it a concern?RICE: I think what will be a concern is where is this administration viewed in a few years in terms of what it's achieved.O'REILLY: All right. So you're going to tough it out and hope that history proves you correct.RICE: I think that's all an American president can do, because the American president can't the daily poll numbers. The American president can't the daily headlines when he's in the midst of historic changing events.O'REILLY: It's going to be fascinating to see how history unfolds on this. Now, 60 percent of black Americans, according to a new poll out today, say that race had something to do with the rescue effort in New Orleans, all right? Now you don't believe that...RICE: No, I don't believe that.O'REILLY: Right, obviously you don't. And I don't believe that either. But you know who Damon Wayans is?RICE: I do.O'REILLY: A very popular black actor and comedian. Comes out and blasts Bush. Kills him. All right. About Iraq and about a whole bunch of other things. I think that influences popular opinion in the African-American community against the president. Am I wrong?RICE: Well, I do think that there is a lot being said out there that is being said without people questioning the assumptions. I think there is a lot being said out there that is just patently not true, particularly if you know this president. But it's also an emotional time and people say all kinds of things.I happen to know this president. And I know how much he cares about equality in America. I know how much he cares that minority kids get a fair shake in the educational system. Many years ago I heard him say that he was concerned about the soft bigotry of low expectations and that he was going to do something about the fact that minority kids were in third grade not yet even ing at a third grade level. That's what he cares about. Because the president knows that we have had a history in which race has been sometimes a barrier to opportunity.O'REILLY: But he doesn't directly address remarks to the African- American community. For example, last night on "Talking Points Memo" here on this program, I laid out on the screen how much more the Bush administration has spent on poverty entitlements, which directly influence poor African- Americans, than the Clinton administration. We had it on the screen. And it's indisputable.But you don't hear Mr. Bush go out into Harlem or South Central and say here's what we're doing for you. Why don't we hear that?RICE: This is a president who is going to do what he thinks is right.O'REILLY: But why don't we hear that?RICE: Well, he does talk about the need for minority home ownership. He has put enormous amounts of money into community colleges and historically black colleges.I would hope, Bill, that people who report on issues would...O'REILLY: You know they're going to hose you.RICE: I would hope so.O'REILLY: You know this is the most anti — the press is the most anti Bush press I've ever seen in any administration, perhaps with the exception of Nixon.RICE: Well let me have my hopes that people are going to report this fairly. But let me just say right here that this is a president who has not only cared about minority empowerment, not only cared about equal opportunity for minorities, but he's done more than any president I can think of in recent years.O'REILLY: He's certainly spent more money. I don't know if it's done...RICE: For instance, standards for — so that school children are actually ing at the grade levels they're supposed to be at.O'REILLY: No Child Left Behind.RICE: No Child Left Behind. And I was asked a couple days ago, "Well, what do you say to foreigners who say, well, you have a race problem?" And I say, "Well, yes, indeed. We have long had a race problem. Everybody knows that."But you can not lecture about race when you look at the ed States. It has the most diverse cabinet in the world, the most diverse foreign service in the world, the most diverse business community in the world, the most diverse journalistic community in the world. This country has made enormous strides in race relations, and we've done it the right way.O'REILLY: One more question on this. Does it hurt your feelings that most black Americans don't like the president?RICE: No.O'REILLY: Do you take it personally?RICE: I don't take anything personally, no. No. But I do like to have an opportunity to talk to people about what this president has meant for the empowerment of black Americans.O'REILLY: Does it hurt your feelings when some anti-Bush people say that you're a shill for him and sold out your race?RICE: Oh, come on. Why would I worry about something like that? Bill, the fact of the matter is, I've been black all my life. Nobody needs to help me how to be black.O'REILLY: A bit later on, we'll talk with Secretary RICE about Iraq and Iran. And we hope you stick around for that. Coming next, 34 elderly people killed by Katrina flood waters while the owners of the nursing home left them, split leaving them to die. Follow up report after these messages.O'REILLY: In part two of our conversation with Secretary of State Condoleezza RICE, we zero in on Iraq and Iran.O'REILLY: Our military analysts, I think, are the best in the business here at FOX. And they think that this is now Vietnam in the sense that it's a war of attrition. That the al Qaida and the Sunni fanatics have said, "We're going to wear the ed States of American down, OK. We're going to bomb them down." Just like Ho Chi Minh did in Vietnam. And sooner or later, probably sooner, the American public's going to turn on the action and demand they pull out.The American public is now against the war, according to the polls. Is the war of attrition being won by the terrorists and the Sunnis?200807/44319

Welcome back. It was a futuristic vision of efficiency or in our value in nightmare depending on your point of view. The government had been planning two huge computer databases, one to store all of our personal identity information, / the other our health records. Well, yesterday a bank diagnostic compulsory inclusion in the medical records computer, and today we learn the ID card system is not quite going to be as it was first in physics. Let's keep being reports.It may look like just a photo opportunity for journalists, but this was the home office far in what it called the starting gun for the national identity scheme. But as the noise of that dies down, you notice there is a U-turn, too. The governments decided not to go ahead with one central database for the ID card scheme, the so-called clean system as it promised all along. Instead the information will be stored on 3 existing computer systems to save money. The home office will store your biometric data: fingerprints, iris scans and facial recognition information. The Department for work and pensions will store your biographic footprints, the basic facts about you: name, address and date of birth. And the identity and passport service will store details of card used the issue and use of the ID card itself.What the government is proposing is something far less secure, and actually very hard to see how they are going to manage or control. Then the clean, new database, the National Identity Register that they have been promising to Parliament from the very beginnings of introducing, are the identity card’s bill. What they are proposing is essentially to just designate pieces of data that are held in existing government databases that are mixed in with other bits of government data and saying: that's the register.The home secretary wasn't giving interviews today, but did issue a statement: doing something sensible is not necessarily a U-turn. We have decided it is lower risk, more efficient and faster to take the infrastructure that aly exists, although the data will be drawn from other sources.Conservatives have said the move shows costs are out of control, and criticized the home secretary for they say: sneaking out the news in a written statement.Well, I am joined now by Dr. Adycal Whilly from the London School of Economics. He has a precise project into the ID card scheme. So explain to me first what difference does it actually make to you or me, whether or not the government uses a whole new computer database for this built on top for the existing one?I think one of the most important differences is that the original plans for the brand-new database was going to have the security built-in from the very beginning because having all of your personal details, your biometric, etc, are very important thing that needs to be kept secure. The current plans seem/ to involve using existing database which is a little cheaper to do, but there is no guarantee that the security will be built-in from the very beginning and adding on security to an existing database is often a recipe for more problems that they tried, then they would actually solve.But even if you built that completely from scratch, is there really any such a thing as a safe and secure database?No, and that's one of the problems with the whole bases of the design that the government has in, whether it has 3 databases or one database, still putting all of the data in, in one particular location. It was interesting with the proposals for the children's database that the details of the prime minister's children, celebrity's children would not be stored there because, well, there might be a security risk. And yet all of our data is intended to be put onto these now, 3 databases are other than one database.The other thing that people get concerned about is whether or not the information is going to be held by them is incorrect, because we know there are mistakes aly existed in government records. Does do whether proposing today means it's more likely that the mistakes should be transferred into our ID cards?Well, that's the big, that's really not clear. They talk about using existing government databases, for example, from the Department of Work and Pensions, but Department of Work and Pensions, for example, has more national insurance numbers than there are people in the country, so using existing data was not necessarily a great way forward because the data is not clean, there're, errors was not put in as carefully, and that was why the previous plan said it will build it from scratch with a completely clean database.When do you think any of us might actually have an ID card, not wallet?Well, politically at least 2 people will have a card by , cause they talk about cards and . Beyond that, slowly possibly from 2010 if everything goes well, but once again the government is rushing for political timetables rather than thinking through what really needs to be done to build efficient identity measurement for the country.Ok, really thanks.200805/39571

South Korea's newly appointed foreign minister is warning talks aimed at ending North Korea's nuclear weapons capabilities could stall over unresolved issues related to the North's promised declaration. However, officials in Seoul are optimistic a one-on-one meeting this week between North Korean and American negotiators may produce progress.  韩国新任外交与通商部长官警告说,去除北韩核武器功能的会谈可能会因为北韩申报的有关问题没有解决而停滞。不过,韩国政府官员对北韩与美国谈判人员本星期单独会晤可能取代进展感到乐观。In his first media briefing since taking office, South Korean Foreign Minister Yu Myung-hwan expressed concern about the future of the North Korea nuclear talks.  韩国外交与通商部长官柳明桓在就职后举行的首次记者会上对北韩核谈判的前景表示担忧。He says he is concerned the six-nation talks may lose "momentum." 他说,他担心六方会谈可能会失去前进势头。For five years, South Korea has worked with the ed States, Japan, China and Russia to persuade North Korea to give up its nuclear programs, in exchange for financial and energy aid along with diplomatic incentives. 韩国5年来与美国、日本、中国与俄罗斯合作,试图说北韩放弃核计划。The six-nation diplomacy has produced progress in shutting down the North's main plutonium-producing facilities. However, Pyongyang has failed to produce a complete declaration of its nuclear activities and stockpiles it promised to submit by the end of 2007. 然而平壤方面没有兑现承诺,在2007年底前彻底申报核活动与核库存。Yu said Wednesday the delay is because of two basic obstacles.  柳明桓星期三说,拖延是因为两个基本障碍。He says there are roadblocks over accusations North Korea maintained a uranium enrichment program and engaged in nuclear cooperation with Syria. 包括在北韩被控拥有浓缩铀计划以及与叙利亚进行核合作的问题上还存在障碍。North Korea has never publicly admitted having a uranium enrichment program, but the ed States says it has abundant evidence such a program exists. Washington also suspects North Korea may have lent assistance to a possible nuclear facility in Syria which Israeli warplanes bombed in September. 北韩从未公开承认拥有浓缩铀计划,但是美国说,有充分的据显示北韩有浓缩铀计划。美国还怀疑北韩可能向叙利亚一个可能的核设施提供了援助,以色列军用飞机去年9月轰炸了这个设施。Negotiators in the six-nation process are now pinning their hopes on a meeting scheduled Thursday in Geneva between U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Christopher Hill and senior North Korean envoy Kim Kye Kwan. The diplomats are their respective countries' chief delegates to the multinational nuclear talks. 六方会谈的谈判人员现在都将希望寄托于美国助理国务卿希尔和北韩谈判代表金桂冠计划星期四在日内瓦进行的会谈。两人是六方会谈各自国家的主要代表。A similar one-on-one meeting last year in Berlin helped the two countries resolve a financial dispute that was paralyzing the diplomatic process. It is unclear what specific proposals the two envoys will discuss. However, experts and some U.S. officials have suggested North Korea may seek to address Washington's concerns on the most sensitive issues in a document, separate from the formal nuclear declaration. 去年在柏林举行的一次类似的单独会谈帮助美国与北韩解决了一个让外交进程陷入瘫痪的金融争议。目前还不清楚希尔和金桂冠会讨论什么具体建议。然而,专家和美国一些官员都认为,北韩可能会寻求解决美国对一份文件中最敏感议题的担心,这份文件不同于正式的核申报。200803/30329

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