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President's Radio Address THE PRESIDENT: Good morning. Americans from all walks of life are continuing to feel the effects of the financial crisis. In recent weeks, concerns about the availability of credit, the safety of financial assets, and the volatility of the stock market have made many families understandably anxious about their economic future. The Federal government has taken bold action to stabilize our economy. Earlier this month, my Administration worked with Congress to pass bipartisan legislation that is providing funds to help banks rebuild capital and resume lending. The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation has temporarily guaranteed most new debt issued by insured banks, which will make it easier for these banks to borrow needed money. And the Federal Reserve is launching a new program to provide support for commercial paper -- a key source of short-term financing for America's businesses and financial institutions. These steps are beginning to show results, but it will take time for their full impact to be felt. In coordination with the ed States, many other nations have taken similar steps to address turbulence in their domestic markets. This crisis is global in reach -- and addressing it will require further international cooperation. So this week, I consulted with leaders from throughout the world and announced that I would convene an international summit in Washington on November the 15th. This summit will be the first in a series of meetings aimed at addressing this crisis. The summit will bring together leaders of the G20 nations -- countries that represent both the developed and the developing world. And the summit will also include the heads of the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank, and the Financial Stability Forum, as well as the Secretary General of the ed Nations. During this summit, we will discuss the causes of the problems in our financial systems, review the progress being made to address the current crisis, and begin developing principles of reform for regulatory bodies and institutions related to our financial sectors. While the specific solutions pursued by every country may not be the same, agreeing on a common set of principles will be an essential step towards preventing similar crises in the future. As we focus on responses to our short-term challenges, our nations must also recommit to the fundamentals of long-term economic growth -- free markets, free enterprise, and free trade. Open market policies have lifted standards of living and helped millions of people around the world escape the grip of poverty. These policies have shown themselves time and time again to be the surest path to creating jobs, increasing commerce, and fostering progress. And this moment of global economic uncertainty would be precisely the wrong time to reject such proven methods for creating prosperity and hope. Despite the ups and downs that our markets have experienced in recent months, the American people have reason for optimism in our Nation's economic future. Throughout our history, we have seen that when Americans are given the freedom to apply their talents and imagination, prosperity and success follow closely behind. For over two centuries, that principle has allowed our economy to overcome every obstacle it has faced. And we can all be confident that it will do so again. Thank you for listening. 200810/54027。

The President Announces a Forum on Jobs and Economic GrowthAs the President was preparing to leave for his trip to Asia this morning, he took a moment to discuss the economy, which will of course have a central role in his discussions with leaders throughout the trip. He made clear that while we have come back from the brink of what many predicted would be a depression, he will not be satisfied until robust job growth returns. Towards that end, he announced that in December he will bring minds and stakeholders together for an intensive jobs forum:mp4视频下载THE PRESIDENT: Good morning, everybody. Before departing for Asia this morning, I’d like to make a brief statement about the economy.Over the past 10 months, we’ve taken a number of bold steps to break the back of this recession. We’ve worked to stabilize the financial system, revive lending to small businesses and families, and prevent responsible homeowners from losing their homes. And through the Recovery Act, we’ve cut taxes for middle class families, extended and increased unemployment insurance, and created and saved more than a million jobs.As a result, the economy is now growing again for the first time in more than a year -- and faster than at any time in the past two years. But even though we’ve slowed the loss of jobs -- and today’s report on the continued decline in unemployment claims is a hopeful sign -- the economic growth that we’ve seen has not yet led to the job growth that we desperately need. As I’ve said from the start of this crisis, hiring often takes time to catch up to economic growth. And given the magnitude of the economic turmoil that we’ve experienced, employers are reluctant to hire.Small businesses and large firms are demanding more of their employees, their increasing their hours, and adding temporary workers -- but these companies have not yet been willing to take the steps necessary to hire again. Meanwhile, millions of Americans -- our friends, our neighbors, our family members -- are desperately searching for jobs. This is one of the great challenges that remains in our economy -- a challenge that my administration is absolutely determined to meet.We all know that there are limits to what government can and should do, even during such difficult times. But we have an obligation to consider every additional, responsible step that we can [take] to encourage and accelerate job creation in this country. And that’s why, in December, we’ll be holding a forum at the White House on jobs and economic growth. We’ll gather CEOs and small business owners, economists and financial experts, as well as representatives from labor unions and nonprofit groups, to talk about how we can work together to create jobs and get this economy moving again.It's important that we don't make any ill-considered decisions -- even with the best intentions -- particularly at a time when our resources are so limited. But it's just as important that we are open to any demonstrably good idea to supplement the steps we’ve aly taken to put America back to work. That’s what this forum is about.In the coming days, I’ll also be meeting with leaders abroad to discuss a strategy for growth that is both balanced and broadly shared. It's a strategy in which Asian and Pacific markets are open to our exports -- and one in which prosperity around the world is no longer as dependent on American consumption and borrowing, but rather more on American innovation and products.It's through these steps with our partners, in addition to the work we're doing here at home, that we will not only revive our economy in the short term, but rebuild it stronger in the long term. That's been the focus of our efforts these past 10 months -- it will continue to be our focus in the months ahead.Thanks very much, everybody.END 9:46 A.M. EST11/89207。

President Bush Attends Monticello's 46th Annual Independence Day Celebration and Naturalization Ceremony THE PRESIDENT: Thank you, and happy Fourth of July. (Applause.) I am thrilled to be here at Monticello. I've never been here before. (Audience disturbance.)To my fellow citizens to be, we believe in free speech in the ed States of America. (Applause.)And this is a fitting place to celebrate our nation's independence. Thomas Jefferson once said he'd rather celebrate the Fourth of July than his own birthday. For me, it's pretty simple -- the Fourth of July weekend is my birthday weekend. (Applause.) For some of you, today will be your first Fourth of July as American citizens. A few moments, you will take part in the 46th annual Monticello Independence Day Celebration and Naturalization Ceremony. When you raise your hands and take the oath, you will complete an incredible journey. That journey has taken you from many different countries; it's now made you one people. From this day forward, the history of the ed States will be part of your heritage. The Fourth of July will be part of your Independence Day. And I will be honored to call you a fellow American. (Applause.)I appreciate Alice Handy, the Chairman of the Thomas Jefferson Foundation; and Dan Jordan, President of the Thomas Jefferson Foundation. I'm honored that the Governor of the great Commonwealth of Virginia would join us, and Anne Horton [sic.] (Audience interruption.) Appreciate you being here.Lieutenant Governor Bill Bolling, the Lieutenant Governor of the state of Virginia -- (audience interruption.) Attorney General Bob McDonnell of the state of Virginia is with us. And all local officials. I appreciate Jim Jones of the U.S. District Court, and other distinguished jurists who are with us today. Thank you for coming. (Audience interruption continues.)Seems like I brought a lot of -- (Audience interruption continues.) Most of all, I'm glad you're here. And we welcome you and your families, and we're honored to be celebrating with you this joyous occasion. (Applause.)You know, long before anyone had ever heard of Crawford, Texas, Charlottesville, Virginia was the home to the first Western White House. The majesty of this home is a monument to the genius of Thomas Jefferson. Every hundreds of years -- every year, thousands of visitors come here. And I think today it's fitting to thank the men and women of the Thomas Jefferson Foundation for preserving this historic treasure. (Applause.)You just can't help but marvel at Thomas Jefferson's many accomplishments. As a scholar, few were better . He was known to have five books at a time on a revolving book stand. Later in life he founded a public university that has become one of the nation's finest -- the University of Virginia. (Applause.)As a statesman, Thomas Jefferson held all three top posts in the executive branch. He served as the first Secretary of State, the second Vice President, and the third President. Not bad for a man who hated public speaking. (Laughter.) It seems Jefferson got away with only delivering two public speeches during his presidency. I'm sure a lot of Americans wish that were the case today. (Laughter.) In a life full of accomplishments, Thomas Jefferson was especially proud of the Declaration of Independence. Looking back 232 years later, it's easy to forget how revolutionary Jefferson's draft was. (Audience interruption.)At the time, some dismissed it as empty rhetoric. They believed the British Empire would crush the 13 colonies in the field of battle. And they believed a nation dedicated to liberty could never survive the world ruled by kings. (Audience interruption continues.)Today we know history had other plans. After many years of war, the ed States won its independence. The principles that Thomas Jefferson enshrined in the Declaration became the guiding principles of the new nation. And at every generation, Americans have rededicated themselves to the belief that all men are created equal, with the God-given right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. (Applause.) Thomas Jefferson understood that these rights do not belong to Americans alone. They belong to all mankind. And he looked to the day when all people could secure them. On the 50th anniversary of America's independence, Thomas Jefferson passed away. But before leaving this world, he explained that the principles of the Declaration of Independence were universal. In one of the final letters of his life, he wrote, "May it be to the world, what I believe it will be -- to some parts sooner, to others later, but finally to all -- the Signal of arousing men to burst the chains, and to assume the blessings and security of self-government."We honor Jefferson's legacy by aiding the rise of liberty in lands that do not know the blessings of freedom. And on this Fourth of July, we pay tribute to the brave men and women who wear the uniform of the ed States of America. (Applause.)We also honor Jefferson's legacy by welcoming newcomers to our land. And that is what we're here to celebrate today. (Audience interruption.)Throughout our history, the words of the Declaration have inspired immigrants from around the world to set sail to our shores. (Interruption continues.) These immigrants have helped transform 13 small colonies into a great and growing nation of more than 300 [sic] people. They've made America a melting pot of cultures from all across the world. They've made diversity one of the great strengths of our democracy. And all of us here today are here to honor and pay tribute to that great notion of America. (Applause.) Those of you taking the oath of citizenship at this ceremony hail from 30 different nations. You represent many different ethnicities and races and religions. But you all have one thing in common -- and that is a shared love of freedom. This love of liberty is what binds our nation together, and this is the love that makes us all Americans.One man with special appreciation for liberty is Mya Soe from Burma. As a member of the Shan ethnic group, Mya faced discrimination and oppression at the hands of Burma's military junta. When he tried to reach local villagers -- when he tried to teach local villagers how to and write the Shan language, the regime interrogated him and harassed him. In 2000, he left a life of fear for a life of freedom. He now works as a painter in the Charlottesville community. Today we welcome this brave immigrant as a citizen-to-be of the ed States of America. (Applause.)I'm sure there are other stories like Mya's among you. But we must remember that the desire for freedom burns inside every man and woman and child. More than two centuries ago, this desire of freedom was -- had inspired the subjects of a mighty empire to declare themselves free and independent citizens of a new nation. Today that same desire for freedom has inspired 72 immigrants from around the world to become citizens of the greatest nation on Earth -- the ed States of America. (Applause.)I congratulate you. I welcome you. I wish you all a happy Fourth of July. Thanks for inviting me. May God bless you, and may God continue to bless the ed States of America. (Applause.)200807/43555。

Mr. Chairman, Mr. Vice President, Mr. Chief Justice, Mr. Speaker, members of my family and friends, my countrymen, and the friends of my country,主席先生,副总统先生,首席大法官先生,众议院议长先生,我的亲友们,同胞们及我们国家的朋友们:wherever they may be, we meet again, as upon a like moment four years ago, and again you have witnessed my solemn oath of service to you.尽管大家分散在各地,但我们又重新相聚,正如四年前的此刻一样,你们再次亲眼目睹我庄严宣誓为你们诸位务。I, too, am a witness, today testifying in your name to the principles and purposes to which we, as a people, are pledged.今天,我也是一个见人,对于我们作为一个民族而保奉行的原则和目标,我以你们的名义来作。Before all else, we seek, upon our common labor as a nation, the blessings of Almighty God.首先,我们寻求全能的上帝保佑我们作为一个国家所做的共同努力。And the hopes in our hearts fashion the deepest prayers of our whole people.我们心中的希望造就了全体人民最深切的祝福。May we pursue the right—without self-righteousness.但愿我们追求正义而不自命公正。May we know unity—without conformity.但愿我们懂得在求同存异的基础上保持团结。May we grow in strength—without pride in self.但愿我们的力量不断壮大而杜绝骄傲自满。May we, in our dealings with all peoples of the earth, ever speak truth and serve justice.但愿我们与世界各国人民交往时永远讲真话和奉守公道。And so shall America—in the sight of all men of good will prove true to the honorable purposes这样,美国将在一切怀有善良愿望的人们面前明,它对各项光荣的目标是忠诚不渝的。that bind and rule us as a people in all this time of trial through which we pass.在我们所经历的充满考验的整个时代里,我们作为一个民族受到这些目标的制约和配。We live in a land of plenty, but rarely has this earth known such peril as today.我们生活在一个富饶的国度,但是整个世界却面临从未有过的危机。In our nation work and wealth abound.在我们的国家里,人民各安其业,财富十分丰裕。Our population grows. Commerce crowds our rivers and rails, our skies, harbors, and highways.我国的人口不断增加。我们的河流、港口、铁路和公路舟车云集,天空飞机穿梭,商业一派兴旺繁盛。Our soil is fertile, our agriculture productive. The air rings with the song of our industry我国土地肥沃,农业出产丰富。rolling mills and blast furnaces, dynamos, dams, and assembly lines the chorus of America the bountiful.天空里回荡着工业奏出的乐章,这是一曲由轧钢机、冶炼炉、发 电机、大水坝和装配线所奏出的富足美国的大合唱。This is our home—yet this is not the whole of our world.这就是我们的国家。但这并不是我们世界的全部景象。For our world is where our full destiny lies—with men, of all people, and all nations, who are or would be free.因为我们的世界包括我们的全部命运所涉及的每一角落,已获自由和即将获得自由的国家和人民都在其中。And for them—and so for us—this is no time of ease or of rest.对他们说来,现在并不是悠闲自在和高枕无忧的时候。In too much of the earth there is want, discord, danger.对我们来说亦复如此。在这个地球的许多地方,还存在着贫困、纷争和危险。New forces and new nations stir and strive across the earth, with power to bring, by their fate, great good or great evil to the free worlds future.新的势力和新兴的国家在全球各地纷纷奋起抗争,对自由世界的未来来说,他们的力量注定不是带来巨大的裨 益,就是造成巨大的灾难。02/433476。

盖茨清华演讲《未来之路:在中国共同创新》 美国经典英文演讲100篇总统演讲布莱尔首相演讲美国总统布什演讲快报200810/52051。

总统演讲:Gordon Brown accepts the Labour Leader nomination如视频未出现,请稍候,因为FLASH播放器正在加载中。。200801/24335。

My fellow citizens: the four years which have elapsed since last I stood in this place have been crowded with counsel and action of the most vital interest and consequence.同胞们:自从上次我站在这里发表演说到今天,已有四年时光悄然流逝,在这四年当中,我们提出了许多计划,采取了许多行动,桩桩件件都涉及至关重要的利益,而且产生了深远的影响,Perhaps no equal period in our history has been so fruitful of important reforms in our economic and industrial life这期间我们在经济和工业生活领域实行许多重要的改革,取得了累累硕果;or so full of significant changes in the spirit and purpose of our political action.而且我们的政治活动在精神和目标方面也发生了意义深远的变化,这或许是我国历史上任何时期都难以比拟的。We have sought very thoughtfully to set our house in order, correct the grosser errors and abuses of our industrial life,我们经过非常周密的考虑,力求整伤我们的各项事务,纠正我国工业生活中许多十分严重的错误和弊端,liberate and quicken the processes of our national genius and energy, and lift our politics to a broader view of the peoples essential interests.进一步解放和激发了全国人民的才智与活力,更加开阔我们的政治视野,使之更广泛地反映人民的根本利益。It is a record of singular variety and singular distinction.这是一份举世无双、卓尔不群的记录。But I shall not attempt to review it. It speaks for itself and will be of increasing influence as the years go by.但我并不打算对它进行回顾。因为它是不言自明的,而且其影响也会随岁月的流逝而不断增强。This is not the time for retrospect. It is time rather to speak our thoughts and purposes concerning the present and the immediate future.现在不是回顾过去的时候。现在所要做的毋宁是谈谈我们有关当前和不远的将来的一些想法和打算。Although we have centered counsel and action with such unusual concentration and success upon the great problems of domestic legislation四年前,我们曾提出许多国内立法的重大问题,to which we addressed ourselves four years ago, other matters have more and more forced themselves upon our attention这期间我们一直致力于就这些问题制订方案,采取行动,并且取得了非凡的胜利,但是,其他一些事情也日益引起我们的关注,matters lying outside our own life as a nation and over which we had no control, but which, despite our wish to keep free of them,这些事情处于我们本国生活之外,我们也无法加以控制,然而,尽管我们不愿与此有什么瓜葛,have drawn us more and more irresistibly into their own current and influence.但我们却愈益受到牵连,被难以抗拒地卷入这些事情的漩涡,因此而受到很大的影响。It has been impossible to avoid them. They have affected the life of the whole world.我们一直无法摆脱这些问题。它们已经影响到整个世界的生活。They have shaken men everywhere with a passion and an apprehension they never knew before.它们在世界各地的人民中间引起强烈震撼,人们情绪动荡,惊恐不安,这乃是前所未见的现象。It has been hard to preserve calm counsel while the thought of our own people swayed this way and that under their influence.我国人民的思想受到它们的影响而摇摆不定,此时已很难保持头脑冷静。We are a composite and cosmopolitan people. We are of the blood of all the nations that are at war.我国人民来自世界各地,成份复杂,所有参战国家的血统都存在于我们当中。The currents of our thoughts as well as the currents of our trade run quick at all seasons back and forth between us and them.我们与他们之间不仅在贸易上,而且在思想方面一年四季都有着迅速的往来和交流。The war inevitably set its mark from the first alike upon our minds, our industries, our commerce, our politics and our social action.因此,战争从一开始就不可避免地在我们的心灵上,在我们工业、商业、政治及社会活动各个领域,都打上了印记。To be indifferent to it, or independent of it, was out of the question.对此不论是漠然置之,还是超然物外,都是完全不可能的。And yet all the while we have been conscious that we were not part of it.尽管如此,我们却始终意识到我们并非参战国。In that consciousness, despite many divisions, we have drawn closer together.由于保持这种意识,我们虽然存在种种分歧,但仍然更为紧密地走到了一起。We have been deeply wronged upon the seas, but we have not wished to wrong or injure in return;我们在海上受到了十分粗暴无礼的对待,但我们却一直不愿以虐待或伤害的方式进行还击。have retained throughout the consciousness of standing in some sort apart, intent upon an interest that transcended the immediate issues of the war itself.我们自始至终都保持着清醒的头脑,做到置身局外,密切关注一种超乎与战争本身直接相关的各种问题之上的利益。As some of the injuries done us have become intolerable we have still been clear即便在对我们的某些伤害已变得难以容忍的时候,我们仍然十分清楚地认识到,that we wished nothing for ourselves that we were not y to demand for all mankind我们既然尚未准备为全人类争取公平交往、fair dealing, justice, the freedom to live and to be at ease against organized wrong.正义、生存自由以及不受有组织的邪恶的侵扰,我们自己也就无复他求。02/445031。