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JT+nIi|BkBDBl9%S%XT)tWWEu*Now its argued that this power presents no danger in the hands of those who have used it responsibly. But as to whether or not the networks have abused the power they enjoy, let us call as our first witness, former Vice President Humphrey and the city of Chicago. According to Theodore White, televisions intercutting of the film from the streets of Chicago with the ;current proceedings on the floor of the convention created the most striking and false political picture of 1968 -- the nomination of a man for the American Presidency by the brutalityand violence of merciless police.;If we are to believe a recent report of the House of Representative Commerce Committee, then televisions presentation of the violence in the streets worked an injustice on thereputation of the Chicago police. According to the committee findings, one network inparticular presented, and I e, ;a one-sided picture which in large measure exonerates the demonstrators and protestors.; Film of provocations of police that was available never saw the light of day, while the film of a police response which the protestors provoked was shown to millions.Greshams Law seems to be operating in the network news. Bad news drives out good news. The irrational is more controversial than the rational. Concurrence can no longer competewith dissent.sB~*sZ2I7!BFA-BO0(KNIyP2X#5l!c8Cv|NmWQT201202/171827重庆星辰美容医院收费高吗President Bush Discusses North Korea THE PRESIDENT: Good morning. The policy of the ed States is a Korean Peninsula free of all nuclear weapons. This morning, we moved a step closer to that goal, when North Korean officials submitted a declaration of their nuclear programs to the Chinese government as part of the six-party talks.The ed States has no illusions about the regime in Pyongyang. We remain deeply concerned about North Koreas human rights abuses, uranium enrichment activities, nuclear testing and proliferation, ballistic missile programs, and the threat it continues to pose to South Korea and its neighbors. Yet we welcome todays development as one step in the multi-step process laid out by the six-party talks between North Korea, China, Japan, Russia, South Korea, and the ed States.Last year, North Korea pledged to disable its nuclear facilities. North Korea has begun disabling its Yongbyon nuclear facility -- which was being used to produce plutonium for nuclear weapons. This work is being overseen by officials from the ed States and the IAEA. And to demonstrate its commitment, North Korea has said it will destroy the cooling tower of the Yongbyon reactor in front of international television cameras tomorrow.Last year, North Korea also pledged to declare its nuclear activity. With todays declaration, North Korea has begun describing its plutonium-related activities. Its also provided other documents related to its nuclear programs going back to 1986. It has promised access to the reactor core and waste facilities at Yongbyon, as well as personnel related to its nuclear program. All this information will be essential to verifying that North Korea is ending its nuclear programs and activities.The six-party talks are based on a principle of "action for action." So in keeping with the existing six-party agreements, the ed States is responding to North Koreas actions with two actions of our own:First, Im issuing a proclamation that lifts the provisions of the Trading with the Enemy Act with respect to North Korea.And secondly, I am notifying Congress of my intent to rescind North Koreas designation as a state sponsor of terror in 45 days. The next 45 days will be an important period for North Korea to show its seriousness of its cooperation. We will work through the six-party talks to develop a comprehensive and rigorous verification protocol. And during this period, the ed States will carefully observe North Koreas actions -- and act accordingly.The two actions America is taking will have little impact on North Koreas financial and diplomatic isolation. North Korea will remain one of the most heavily sanctioned nations in the world. The sanctions that North Korea faces for its human rights violations, its nuclear test in 2006, and its weapons proliferation will all stay in effect. And all ed Nations Security Council sanctions will stay in effect as well.The six-party process has shed light on a number of issues of serious concern to the ed States and the international community. To end its isolation, North Korea must address these concerns. It must dismantle all of its nuclear facilities, give up its separated plutonium, resolve outstanding questions on its highly enriched uranium and proliferation activities, and end these activities in a way that we can fully verify.North Korea must also meet other obligations it has undertaken in the six-party talks. The ed States will never forget the abduction of Japanese citizens by the North Koreans. We will continue to closely cooperate and coordinate with Japan and press North Korea to swiftly resolve the abduction issue.This can be a moment of opportunity for North Korea. If North Korea continues to make the right choices, it can repair its relationship with the international community -- much as Libya has done over the past few years. If North Korea makes the wrong choices, the ed States and our partners in the six-party talks will respond accordingly. If they do not fully disclose and end their plutonium, their enrichment, and their proliferation efforts and activities, there will be further consequences.Multilateral diplomacy is the best way to peacefully solve the nuclear issue with North Korea. Todays developments show that tough multilateral diplomacy can yield promising results. Yet the diplomatic process is not an end in itself. Our ultimate goal remains clear: a stable and peaceful Korean Peninsula, where people are free from oppression, free from hunger and disease, and free from nuclear weapons. The journey toward that goal remains long, but today we have taken an important step in the right direction.Ill take a couple of questions.Mike.Q Mr. President, thank you very much. After declaring them a member of the "axis of evil," and then after that underground nuclear tests that North Korea conducted in 2006, Im wondering if you ever doubted getting to this stage. And also, Im wondering if you have a message for the North Korean people.THE PRESIDENT: I knew that the ed States could not solve, or begin to solve, this issue without partners at the table. In order for diplomacy to be effective, there has to be leverage. You have to have a -- there has to be consequential diplomacy.And so I worked hard to get the Chinese and the South Koreans and the Japanese and the Russians to join with us in sending a concerted message to the North Koreans, and that is, that if you promise and then fulfill your promises to dismantle your nuclear programs, theres a better way forward for you and the people. In other words, as I said in the statement, its action for action.It took a while for the North Koreans to take the six-party talks seriously, and it also took there to be concerted messages from people other than the ed States saying that if you choose not to respond positively there will be consequences.And so Im -- its been a -- multilateral diplomacy is difficult at times. Its hard to get people heading in the same direction, and yet we were able to do so along -- our partners helped a lot, dont get me wrong.The message to the North Korean people is, is that we dont want you to be hungry; we want you to have a better life; that our concerns are for you, not against you; and that we have given your leadership a way forward to have better relations with the international community. This is a society that is regularly going through famines. When I campaigned for President, I said we will never use food as a diplomatic weapon. In North Korea, we have been concerned that food shipments sometimes dont make it to the people themselves -- in other words, the regime takes the food for their own use.So my message to the people is, is that well continue to care for you and worry about you, and at the same time, pursue a Korean Peninsula thats nuclear weapons free. And today we have taken a step, and its a very positive step, but theres more steps to be done.Deb.Q Mr. President, what do you say to critics who claim that youve accepted a watered-down declaration just to get something done before you leave office? I mean, you said that it doesnt address the uranium enrichment issue, and, of course, it doesnt address what North Korea might have done to help Syria build its reactor.THE PRESIDENT: Well, first, let me review where we have been. In the past, we would provide benefits to the North Koreans in the hope that they would fulfill a vague promise. In other words, thats the way it was before I came into office.Everybody was concerned about North Korea possessing a nuclear weapon; everybody was concerned about the proliferation activities. And yet the policy in the past was, here are some benefits for you, and we hope that you respond. And, of course, we found they werent responding. And so our policy has changed, that says, in return for positive action, in return for verifiable steps, we will reduce penalties. And there are plenty of restrictions still on North Korea.And so my point is this, is that -- well see. They said theyre going to destroy parts of their plant in Yongbyon. Thats a very positive step -- after all, its the plant that made plutonium. They have said in their declarations, if you their declarations of September last year, they have said specifically what they will do. And our policy, and the statement today, makes it clear we will hold them to account for their promises. And when they fulfill their promises, more restrictions will be eased. If they dont fulfill their promises, more restrictions will be placed on them. This is action for action. This is we will trust you only to the extent that you fulfill your promises.So Im pleased with the progress. Im under no illusions that this is the first step; this isnt the end of the process, this is the beginning of the process of action for action. And the point I want to make to our fellow citizens is that we have worked hard to put multilateral diplomacy in place, because the ed States sitting down with Kim Jong-il didnt work in the past. Sitting alone at the table just didnt work.Now, as I mentioned in my statement, theres a lot more verification that needs to be done. I mentioned our concerns about enrichment. We expect the North Korean regime to be forthcoming about their programs. We talked about proliferation. We expect them to be forthcoming about their proliferation activities and cease such activities. I mentioned the fact that were beginning to take inventory, because of our access to the Yongbyon plant, about what they have produced, and we expect them to be forthcoming with what they have produced and the material itself.So today Im just talking about the first step of a multi-step process. And I want to thank our partners at the six-party talks. Its been incredibly helpful to achieve -- the beginnings of achieving a vision of a nuclear-free Korean Peninsula to have the Chinese to be as robustly involved as they are. You notice that the North Koreans passed on their documents to the Chinese; after all, were all partners in the six-party talks.The other thing I want to assure our friends in Japan is that this process will not leave behind -- leave them behind on the abduction issue. The ed States takes the abduction issue very seriously. We expect the North Koreans to solve this issue in a positive way for the Japanese. Theres a lot of folks in Japan that are deeply concerned about what took place. I remember meeting a mother of a child who was abducted by the North Koreans right here in the Oval Office. It was a heart-wrenching moment to listen to the mother talk about what it was like to lose her daughter. And it is important for the Japanese people to know that the ed States will not abandon our strong ally and friend when it comes to helping resolve that issue.Today is a positive day; its a positive step forward. Theres more work to be done, and weve got the process in place to get it done in a verifiable way.Thank you.200806/43053大足区曼托丰胸的价格视频mp4下载 REMARKS BY THE PRESIDENT ON THE AMERICAN AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRYGrand Foyer11:07 A.M. EDTTHE PRESIDENT: Good morning, everybody.One of the challenges we've confronted from the beginning of this administration is what to do with the state of the struggling auto industry. In recent months, my Auto Task Force has been reviewing requests by General Motors and Chrysler for additional government assistance, as well as plans developed by each of these companies to restructure, to modernize, and to make themselves more competitive. Our evaluation is now complete. But before I lay out what needs to be done going forward, I want to say a few words about where we are and what led us to this point.It will come as no surprise that some Americans who have suffered most during this recession have been those in the auto industry and those working for companies that support it. Over the past year, our auto industry has shed over 400,000 jobs, not only at plants that produce cars, but at the businesses that produce the parts that go into them and the dealers that sell and repair them. More than one in 10 Michigan residents is out of work -- the most of any state. And towns and cities across the great Midwest have watched unemployment climb higher than it’s been in decades.The pain being felt in places that rely on our auto industry is not the fault of our workers; they labor tirelessly and desperately want to see their companies succeed. It's not the fault of all the families and communities that supported manufacturing plants throughout the generations. Rather, it's a failure of leadership -- from Washington to Detroit -- that led our auto companies to this point.Year after year, decade after decade, we've seen problems papered over and tough choices kicked down the road, even as foreign competitors outpaced us. Well, we've reached the end of that road. And we, as a nation, cannot afford to shirk responsibility any longer. Now is the time to confront our problems head-on and do what’s necessary to solve them.We cannot, and must not, and we will not let our auto industry simply vanish. This industry is like no other -- it's an emblem of the American spirit; a once and future symbol of America’s success. It's what helped build the middle class and sustained it throughout the 20th century. It's a source of deep pride for the generations of American workers whose hard work and imagination led to some of the finest cars the world has ever known. It's a pillar of our economy that has held up the dreams of millions of our people. And we cannot continue to excuse poor decisions. We cannot make the survival of our auto industry dependent on an unending flow of taxpayer dollars. These companies -- and this industry -- must ultimately stand on their own, not as wards of the state.And that's why the federal government provided General Motors and Chrysler with emergency loans to prevent their sudden collapse at the end of last year -- only on the condition that they would develop plans to restructure. In keeping with that agreement, each company has submitted a plan to restructure. But after careful analysis, we've determined that neither goes far enough to warrant the substantial new investments that these companies are requesting.And so today I'm announcing that my administration will offer GM and Chrysler a limited additional period of time to work with creditors, unions, and other stakeholders to fundamentally restructure in a way that would justify an investment of additional taxpayer dollars. During this period they must produce plans that would give the American people confidence in their long-term prospects for success.Now, what we're asking for is difficult. It will require hard choices by companies. It will require unions and workers who have aly made extraordinarily painful concessions to do more. It'll require creditors to recognize that they can't hold out for the prospect of endless government bailouts. It'll have to -- it will require efforts from a whole host of other stakeholders, including dealers and suppliers. Only then can we ask American taxpayers who have aly put up so much of their hard-earned money to once more invest in a revitalized auto industry.But I'm confident that if each are willing to do their part, if all of us are doing our part, then this restructuring, as painful as it will be in the short term, will mark not an end, but a new beginning for a great American industry -- an auto industry that is once more out-competing the world; a 21st century auto industry that is creating new jobs, unleashing new prosperity, and manufacturing the fuel-efficient cars and trucks that will carry us towards an energy-independent future. I am absolutely committed to working with Congress and the auto companies to meet one goal: The ed States of America will lead the world in building the next generation of clean cars.And no one can deny that our auto industry has made meaningful progress in recent years -- and this doesn't get talked about often enough. Some of the cars made by American workers right now are outperforming the best cars made abroad. In 2008, the North American Car of the Year was a GM. This year, Buick tied for first place as the most reliable car in the world. Our companies are investing in breakthrough technologies that hold the promise of new vehicles that will help America end its addiction to foreign oil.But our auto industry is not moving in the right direction fast enough to succeed in a very tough environment. So let me discuss what measures need to be taken by each of the auto companies requesting taxpayer assistance, and I'll start with General Motors.GM has made a good faith effort to restructure over the past several months -- but the plan that they've put forward is, in its current form, not strong enough. However, after broad consultation with a range of industry experts and financial advisors, I'm absolutely confident that GM can rise again, providing that it undergoes a fundamental restructuring. As an initial step, GM is announcing today that Rick Wagoner is stepping aside as Chairman and CEO. This is not meant as a condemnation of Mr. Wagoner, who's devoted his life to this company and has had a distinguished career; rather, it's a recognition that will take new vision and new direction to create the GM of the future.In this context, my administration will offer General Motors adequate working capital over the next 60 days. And during this time, my team will be working closely with GM to produce a better business plan. They must ask themselves: Have they consolidated enough unprofitable brands? Have they cleaned up their balance sheets, or are they still saddled with so much debt that they can’t make future investments? Above all, have they created a credible model for how not only to survive, but to succeed in this competitive global market?Let me be clear: The ed States government has no interest in running GM. We have no intention of running GM. What we are interested in is giving GM an opportunity to finally make those much-needed changes that will let them emerge from this crisis a stronger and more competitive company.The situation at Chrysler is more challenging. It's with deep reluctance but also a clear-eyed recognition of the facts that we've determined, after careful review, that Chrysler needs a partner to remain viable. Recently, Chrysler reached out and found what could be a potential partner -- the international car company Fiat, where the current management team has executed an impressive turnaround. Fiat is prepared to transfer its cutting-edge technology to Chrysler and, after working closely with my team, has committed to build -- building new fuel-efficient cars and engines right here in the ed States. We've also secured an agreement that will ensure that Chrysler repays taxpayers for any new investments that are made before Fiat is allowed to take a majority ownership stake in Chrysler.03/65865This morning the President made it official: things are going to change quite a bit between Americans and their health insurance companies. The President signed health reform into law, with a package of fixes not far behind, and in the process created a future for the country in which Americans and small businesses are in control of their own health care, not the insurance industry.Download Video: mp4 (544MB) | mp3 (25MB)201003/99612重庆第十二人民医院切眼袋手术多少钱

重庆中医院治疗腋臭多少钱南充隆胸医院哪个好Good morning ,honorable judges ,ladies and gentlemen .One hot summer afternoon many years ago,早上好,尊敬的评委,女士们,先生们。许多年前的一个炎热的夏天下午,I saw my parents sitting before a small black and white TV set , fixing their eyes on a proceeding volleyball match .我看见父母坐在一部小黑白电视机前,目不转睛地看着一场正在进行的排球比赛。They looked attentive ,nervous and excited .Sometimes they shouted enthusiastically ,他们看得那样专注,紧张和兴奋,他们有时激动地大喊,and sometimes sighted disappointedly .What was going on?有时失望地叹息。怎么回事?Never has I seen my parents reacted so excitedly in any cases before.It mustve been something very special.以前我从没有见过父母为任何事情如此兴奋过,一定有什么特别的事情。It was the Olympics Games, my parents told me .But how can a single sprots meeting be so charming and attractive?我父母告诉我,那是奥运会,但是一个运动会怎么会如此有魅力和吸引人?Is it simply the huge scene of so many athletes meeting and competing together ?那只是许多运动员汇聚一起竞赛的巨大场面而已。I was too young to understand .我太小而无法理解。Years later it was my turn to sit before the TV,watching each game with devoted enthusiasm,多年以后,轮到我坐在电视机前,全神贯注地观看每一场比赛,especially with Chinas teams participation .I came to realize why my parents had been so much stirred up .特别是有中国队参加的比赛。我终于明白我的父母为什么如此兴奋了。With thousands of sports players,regardless of their races and nationalities ,gathering together .随着成千上万的运动员,不管他们的种族和国籍,相聚一起,running ,jumping ,dashing ,the Olympics exhibits fully its spirit :swifter ,higher ,and stronger .长跑,跳高跳远,短跑,充分体现了奥运精神,更快,更高和更强。However ,I felt it was not simply the athletic competition ,the emotional excitement,the spectacular enjoyment ,但是,我觉得那不单是运动员的竞技,情绪和兴奋,视觉的享受,but there must be something more ,something deeper ,behind it and beyond it .而是在它的后面和上面蕴含更多,更深。Picture in your mind:the American jazz music in LosAngles ,Alirang in Seoul ,bullfighting in Barcelona,Aborigines dance in Sydney ,你的脑海中有如此图象:洛杉矶的美国爵士,汉城的发歌《阿里郎》,巴赛罗那的斗牛,悉尼的土著舞,all these reflected the amazing attraction of the nations culture .The running cities of the Olympics are fortunate,所有这些都反映了一个国家文化的惊人的吸引力。奥运会的主办城市是幸运的,for the Games besttowned on them pride and offered them golden opportunities to show the world themselves and their splendid culture .奥运会授予他们荣誉,为他们提供展现自我和他们的辉煌文化的黄金机会。As the Olympics travels aroung the world from one city to another city ,from one culture to another culture ,随着奥运会从一个城市转到另一个城市,从一个文化到另外一种文化,it absorbs diversities of each separate civilization and makes itself more completed every four years.它吸收了各种各样不同的文明。每隔四年就使自己更加完美。To me,that is the most important meaning of the Olympics and Beijings bid for the 2008 Olympic Games.对我来说,这就是奥运会和北京申办二零零八年奥运会的最重要的意义。Beijing is not simply bidding for a sports meeting ,but also bidding for a chance to display herself and her cultural essence to the whole worl北京不仅仅是申办一个运动会,申奥是向世界展示自己文化精髓的时机Giving Beijing her chance the 2008 Olympics Games will be a grand occasion for the perfect combination of the Olympic spirit and Chinese culture .给予北京一个机会,二零零八年奥运会盛会将是奥运会精神和中国文化的完美结合。For centuries ,this grand culture has remaind a mystery to people from the other continents of the world.几个世纪以来,这个辉煌的文化对于其他洲的人是一个谜。Even at the present era ,means to understand it for may only include some Chinese -made movies ,即使在现代,大多数人认识中国都是通过中国电影,or visits to China towns in the cities where they live.The chinese culture is just like a vast treasure island waiting to be tapped by most of the worlds population .和他们住的唐人街。中国文化就像一个蕴含宝藏的岛屿,等待世界大部分人来开发,The Olympics is just the gateway to that island. I always imagine ,in the antique city of Beijing ,alongside with the Forbidden City ,而奥运会只是进入宝岛的大门。我总在想象,在北京这个古城里,和紫禁城,the Great wall and the Summer Palace ,stands a beautiful ,Chinese-style Olympic city in which all those things about serial bells,长城和颐和园一起形成了一个有中国特色的奥运城,里面蕴藏着古钟楼,京剧院,about dragon dance, about the spacious courtyards, all the stories and tales about spacious courtyards ,echo around.舞龙,还有关于大四合院的所有故事和传说,In the year of 2008 ,it will be the time for China to unveil the mystery of its splendid and superb ancient civilization ;二零零八年是中国揭开笼罩着它的辉煌璀璨的古代文明的神秘面纱,it will be the time for China to demonstrate to the world the demeanor of its dramatic and dynamic new image.是中国展示它引人注目的和生机勃勃的新形象的时候。In the year of 2008,if fortune comes to Beijing ,it will be the place where sports and culture join ,二零零八年,如果好运降临在北京上,那是体育与文化相结合,where history and fashion meet,where the east and the west shake hands under the five rings of the Olympics.历史与潮流相结合,东西方在奥运会的五环下握手的地方。To bid for the 2008 Olympic Games,Beijing is waiting for such a chance to contribute her part to the Olympic culture as a whole.申办二零零八年奥运会,是北京等着为奥林匹克文化贡献一分力量的机会。Without Chinas participation ,without a civilization that was cultivated by one fifth of the worlds population ,没有中国的参与,没有世界五分之一人口创造的文明,the Olympic culture ,as a gloal one ,will never be completed.On that unforgettable night in Montreal in 1993,奥林匹克文化作为一个全球文化是不完整的。在一九九三年蒙特利尔的那个难忘的夜晚,When Beijing lost her bid for the 2000 Olympic Game,it was not only a pity for Olympics ,当北京失去了二零零零年奥运会的主办权,那不仅是奥运会的遗憾,but also a pity for the whole world,because they had lost an earlier chance to access a great culture through this grand event.也是全世界的遗憾,因为他们失去了通过一次盛会更早地认识如此辉煌的文化的机会。This time I dont think they shall miss it ,for Beijing is y ,这一次我想他们不会错过它,因为北京在准备,China is y ,the whole world is y ,to see the sacred Olympic flame burning on this sacred land.Thank you.中国在准备,世界在准备观看奥运圣炎在这块社圣的土地上点燃。谢谢。Judge :Candiadate number five ,thank you for uh, both your,both your speeches.评委:五号选手,谢谢你的两个演讲。And you have made us feel the excitement of watching the Olympics and indeed other sports on televison .你让我们真的感到从电视观看奥运会和其他体育运动时的兴奋,And this is an excitement that is shared by millions all over the world .这也是全世界许许多多人民共享的兴奋。Why do you think watching sports or the Olympics is so exciting ?Why ?Why is it so exciting ?为什么你观看体育运动或奥运会时感到如此兴奋?为什么?为什么如此兴奋?Guo Wen:I can still remember the site that in the 2000 Olympic games in Sydney,the North Korean and Sourth Korean athletes were standing side by side ,郭雯:我仍然记得二零零零年悉尼奥运会的一幕,南北朝鲜的运动员肩并肩,hand in hand.And do you still remember the conflicts in the bond of their countries?手牵手的在站在一起。你是否还记得他们国家的南北方之间的矛盾冲突?They re fighting .They re in the war.But only in the Olympic games,they can be standing there hand in hand.他们在争斗,他们在战争。但是只有在奥运会上,他们才能手牵手站在一起。World pople are seeing these in the TV .They are not really excited by such a scene that they are chasing for the higher goals.全世界人民通过电视看到了这些,他们不仅仅因为追求更高的目标而兴奋。Theyre running .Theyre dashing.Theyre jumping .But they stand for peace.他们在长跑,他们在短跑,他们在跳高跳远。但他们捍卫和平,They stand for the good prospect of people which is shared by milliions.On the other side,他们体现了无数人民共同的展望,别外,beside peace, it always stands for the highest position that human beings stand .除了和平,它代表人类最崇高的位置。People are always chasing for the higher goals.And when people see this ,they will not only think of volleyball,人们总在追求更高的目标,当人们看到这种场景,他们不仅仅看到排球赛,of running , they will think every respect in their won life.They can chase for higher goals standing for the ,whole human being .田径赛,他们想到了生活中的每一方面。他们在追求代表整个人类的更高的目标。Why cannot I?What is the next goal set by me ?They are excited and the excitement will be brought to every aspect of the society .为什么我不能?我的下一个目标是什么?他们是兴奋的,这种兴奋将带到社会的每一个方面。That is why we are promoting the Olympics.And that is why we will bring the Olympic spirit to China ,to Beijing ,because its so ,because its so precious ,so valuable and so excited .Thank you .那就是为什么我们宣扬奥运,为什么我们要把奥运精神带给中国,带给北京,因为它是如此珍贵,如此有价值,如此令人兴奋。谢谢。Judge:Thank you .评委:谢谢。10/86385Recognizing What Historically Black Colleges and Universities Mean to AmericaAs I stood watching the Virginia State University drum-line perform in the White House this week (likely the first time an HU drum-line has ever performed at the White House), I was reminded of how far we have come as a nation and hopeful about where we are heading. The nation’s Historically Black Colleges and Universities have served our nation since 1837. They educated freed slaves, giving them the priceless gift of a mind filled with world’s possibilities. Today, this noble goal of our HUs continues as they unveil for their students the world of possibilities for themselves, their communities and our nation. Guests attending this White House event left with a glow not unlike that of January 20, , but they also left with a resolve to do the work that will be necessary to ensure all students have access to a high quality education and armed with the tools they need to reach for the American Dream.201003/97492铜梁区妇女儿童医院电话号码I see a ed States which can demonstrate that, under democratic methods of government,我看到一个合众国,它能够作出示范,即采用民主管理的方法,national wealth can be translated into a sping volume of human comforts hitherto unknown,可以把国家财富转变成日益广泛的、闻所未闻的人类生活情趣,and the lowest standard of living can be raised far above the level of mere subsistence.可以把最低生活标准提高到远远超过仅仅糊口的水平。But here is the challenge to our democracy: In this nation I see tens of millions of its citizens但是,我们的民主正面临种种挑战:在这个国家,我看到几千万公民a substantial part of its whole population占人口总数相当大一部分who at this very moment are denied the greater part of what the very lowest standards of today call the necessities of life.此时此刻得不到按目前最低标准所规定的大部分生活必需品。I see millions of families trying to live on incomes so meager that the pall of family disaster hangs over them day by day.我看到几百万个家庭以微薄收入勉强度日,日复一日处于家庭灾难的威胁之下。I see millions whose daily lives in city and on farm continue under conditions labeled indecent by a so-called polite society half a century ago.我看到几百万城乡居民,他们的日常生活仍处于半个世纪以前被所谓上流社会称作的不体面状况。I see millions denied education, recreation, and the opportunity to better their lot and the lot of their children.我看到几百万人得不到教育和,得不到改善自己及其子女命运的机会。I see millions lacking the means to buy the products of farm and factory and by their poverty denying work and productiveness to many other millions.我看到几百万人无力购买工农业产品,而他们的贫困又使其他成千上万人无法投人工作和生产。I see one-third of a nation ill-housed, ill-clad, ill-nourished.我看到全国三分之一的人住不好,穿不好,吃不好。But Its not in despair that I paint that picture for you.我不是怀着失望向你们描绘这幅图景的。I paint it for you in hope—because the Nation, seeing and understanding the injustice in it, proposes to paint it out.我是怀着希望来描绘的——因为,当全国都看到并认识到这是不公正现象,就会建议把它消除掉。We are determined to make every American citizen the subject of his countrys interest and concern;我们决心使每个美国公民都成为国家注意和关心的对象;and we will never regard any faithful law-abiding group within our borders as superfluous.我们决下会把境内任何忠诚守法的群体看作是多余的。The test of our progress is not whether we add more to the abundance of those who have much;检验我们进步的标准,不是看我们是否为富裕者锦上添花,it is whether we provide enough for those who have too little.而是看我们是否使贫困者丰衣足食。If I know aught of the spirit and purpose of our Nation, we will not listen to Comfort, Opportunism, and Timidity. We will carry on.如果我对我国的精神和目标有所了解,那么,我们一定不会去理睬贪图安逸者、机会主义者和胆小怕事者,我们一定会继续前进。02/439192北碚区去咖啡斑多少钱

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