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呼和浩特去太田痣医院哪家好呼和浩特京美整形医院疤痕多少钱REMARKS BY THE PRESIDENT AND THE VICE PRESIDENTBEFORE MEETING WITH CABINET TO DISCUSS ROADMAP TO RECOVERYState Dining Room12:04 P.M. EDTTHE VICE PRESIDENT: Mr. President, it seems strange to thank you for joining us in your house, but thank you for joining us. In a little more than a hundred days, I think your Cabinet has done a pretty good job, Mr. President, on the Recovery Act. I think we've put in place -- or they've put in place a pretty strong platform upon which we can begin to build this new economy.And so far, Mr. President, you've provided immediate relief for instability through Make Work Pay tax credit -- 95 percent of the families in America are now receiving a tax break, and they're seeing it in their paycheck every month. We've increased food assistance to people in need, and the people hurt worst by this recession. We've kept thousands of people on the Medicaid rolls, and we've added a thousand more. And we also have expanded unemployment insurance and increased it.You've implemented a tax credit program, Mr. President, and other incentives that's driving new consumer spending and is creating new products. And there is -- for example, there's a transformer factory in Missouri some of us visited that's making transformers now, paying people a good, decent wage, because of the tax credits for a company in Missouri that's building a hundred new windmills. This is happening all over.We went to your hometown, Mr. President -- Chicago. There's an outfit called Serious Windows -- came in and bought Republic Windows; it had gone out of business -- not only bought their factory there, but several others around the country, hiring laid off workers because of the increased demand for energy-efficient windows.You've provided aid to state governments, which has been of real consequence to them, protecting critical safety net programs and saving thousands of teaching jobs and thousands of law enforcement jobs. Mr. President, the Department of Transportation has provided more than 4,000 -- 4,000 infrastructure improvement projects they've authorized: highways, airports, mass transit system -- many of which have aly begun construction in the last hundred days and even more which are going to come online, putting people to work at decent wages in the next hundred days.You've made record investments in new technologies, new energy technologies -- wind and solar and biomass -- that are going to build a platform upon which this whole new energy economy is going to be built. And, Mr. President, in the process of doing this, you've aly saved or created more than 150,000 jobs.And, Mr. President, a couple of weeks ago -- and you've authorized me, and I thank the Cabinet for doing this, to call a Cabinet meeting once a week. A couple weeks ago, I asked the Cabinet members to give me a list of new projects that they were absolutely certain of they could get up and running in the second hundred days that would build momentum and accelerate the job growth in the next hundred daysAnd they each came back with new projects. The 10 most significant of those projects, Mr. President, we've put in this book that we're going to give you -- it's called "Roadmap to Recovery" -- here. And as we release that today, this document explains our ambitious plans for the next hundred days throughout the summer, lays out in graphs, which you'll see, Mr. President, exactly where these jobs are geographically; how they're distributed in each of the projects we're talking about.And so, Mr. President, I think nothing we've begun in the first hundred days is going to come to an end. Everything from unemployment insurance is going to continue to spend out; the tax cuts; weatherization of tens of thousands of homes; development of a nationwide smart grid -- none of it will stop. But what we're talking about here is putting some pace on the ball here, Mr. President. And we wanted to emphasize the 10 new major initiatives that are going to kick in, in this next hundred days.And the truth is, Mr. President, that recovery isn't meant to be neatly divided into 100 days here; it's about the cumulative impact of what the Congress passed and what you asked for. And, as I said, if I can -- if you don't mind my using a sports metaphor again -- it's about pace on the ball. Every hundred days, if we're doing this right, Mr. President, should produce more than the last hundred days.And so in the next hundred days, Mr. President, we think we're going to grow the jobs by another 600,000. And this summer I think we're going to achieve a number of things.I want to quickly go through the 10 major initiatives we're going to talk about. The Justice Department -- you're going to hear from each of the Cabinet members -- they believe they're going to be able to put 5,500 law enforcement officers on the street during this summer.Health and Human Services: They're going to enable us, the states, to create and build on 1,129 health care centers in eight states and eight territories, providing service to approximately 300,000 additional people.Interior: 107 new park projects that are underway that are going to make a real difference. A lot them have to do with energy savings, Mr. President, using high-tech energy standards.Veterans: 90 veterans’ medical centers across the country are going to see improvements in their facility. Access and caring for veterans is better and is going to begin this summer.We're going to start, in the Department of Agriculture, 200 new waste water and waste (inaudible) projects in rural America. As you know, Mr. President, representing Illinois, in the southern part of the state, these are big-ticket items. Most of these little towns can't afford this. But it impacts on -- it impacts on their quality of life.Transportation: We're going to begin work and rehabilitation on 80 -- 98 airports, 1,500 highway locations throughout the country. That means we've authorized the money, Mr. President, but now the contracts are let, shovels are going to be in the ground, people out there in hard hats are going to be working, making a decent wage.And at EPA, Mr. President, we're going to accelerate the clean-up on 21 super-fund sites that exist on the national priority list.Education: 135,000 education-related jobs, including teachers, principals, administrators and staff support, which Arne will talk about in a minute.We're going to create, at Labor, 125,000 summer jobs, and the idea of these summer jobs is it's not make-work jobs, Mr. President. We're putting these kids in a position they're going to learn a skill that hopefully they'll be able to turn around.And lastly, Mr. President, the Defense Department, they're going to initiate 2,300 construction and rehabilitation projects on 359 military facilities across the country.So, Mr. President, whether it's more energy-efficient facilities in our park system or more teachers or more cops on the street, construction cranes and hard hats are going to be seen a lot more this summer than they have in the past. We're accelerating our efforts, Mr. President, across the federal government. And as I said, at the end of this hundred days we feel confident we're going to be able to demonstrate to you we have created or saved another 600,000 jobs.Fairly ambitious, Mr. President, but I asked the Cabinet, give me what they think is realistic, what's within their wheelhouse, what they can get done. And as a consequence of all this, Mr. President, we're also starting up a new Web site today; it's www.whitehouse.gov/recovery -- as well as the individual agency Web sites, as well our as our overall Web site.And this is going to have a little bit of an interactive aspect to it, Mr. President, because what we want to do is we want average Americans as they're watching this happen this summer, as they're watching it happen in their neighborhoods, the parks they're visiting, whatever, we want them knowing that what we're doing is fully transparent, we're fully accountable, and we want them to watch us closely, and we want their input. We want them to tell us whether they think it's working or not working and how it's affecting them.So Mr. President, by the fall I think we're going to be much further down the road to recovery. And I can say in conclusion, Mr. President, we've made a lot of trips around the country and I understand we got a lot of major, major things you're dealing with here in Washington and we're all dealing with, and it's a worldwide consequence.But I'm telling you, when we go out -- and almost every Cabinet member has been with me at least once -- when we go out, the feeling of optimism, the feeling of something getting done is palpable. People are coming up to us at these meetings and saying, I'm now working now; my brother-in-law has got a job; look at what (inaudible)doing down the street here; this school is open. And the coverage in the communities we go into -- big cities like St. Louis; small, little towns in eastern part of North Carolina -- it's uniform. They get it, it's starting to work, Mr. President, and hopefully we're going to be able to sit with you in the beginning of the fall and say, "Boss, another 600,000 jobs and we're on our way to that 3.5 million."06/73508呼和浩特新城区激光祛痘多少钱 The President calls out Republicans for blocking campaign finance reforms that would address last year’s Supreme Court decision opening the floodgates of corporate money into elections.Download mp4 (106MB) | mp3 (3MB) 201008/111901呼和浩特祛斑费用

呼和浩特市京美整形医院减肥瘦身多少钱Among men of good will, science and democracy together offer an ever-richer life and ever-larger satisfaction to the individual.在有善良愿望的人之间,科学加之民主,为个人提供了日益丰富的生活和日益增大的满足。With this change in our moral climate and our rediscovered ability to improve our economic order,随着道德风尚的这种变化,随着我们重新发现了改进经济秩序的能力,we have set our feet upon the road of enduring progress.我们已经踏上了持久的进步之路。Shall we pause now and turn our back upon the road that lies ahead?我们现在就停下来,从前进的道路上向后转吗?Shall we call this the promised land? Or, shall we continue on our way?我们要把现在的美国称为希望之乡吗?或者,我们要继续走自己的路吗?For ;each age is a dream that is dying, or one that is coming to birth.;因为侍云:“每一个时代都是一场梦,不是在消逝,就是在诞生。”Many voices are heard as we face a great decision.我们在面临重大抉择时听到了许多声音。Comfort says, ;Tarry a while.; Opportunism says, ;This is a good spot.; Timidity asks, ;How difficult is the road ahead?;贪图安逸者说:“歇一会吧。”机会主义者说:“这是个好地方。”胆小怕事者问:“前面的路有多难走?”True, we have come far from the days of stagnation and despair.不错,我们已经把萧条和沮丧的日子远远甩到了后面。Vitality has been preserved. Courage and confidence have been restored. Mental and moral horizons have been extended.我们维持了活力。我们恢复了勇气和信心。我们扩大了思想和道德领域的疆界。But our present gains were won under the pressure of more than ordinary circumstances.但是,我们目前的成绩是在超常形势的压力下取得的。Advance became imperative under the goad of fear and suffering. The times were on the side of progress.在恐惧和痛苦的刺激下,前进是迫不得已的。当时的形势是有利于进步的。To hold to progress today, however, is more difficult.然而,今天要坚持进步就比较困难了,Dulled conscience, irresponsibility, and ruthless self-interest aly reappear.麻木不仁、不负责任、冷酷无情的自私自利已经重新抬头。Such symptoms of prosperity may become portents of disaster!这类繁荣的症状可能成为灾难的征兆!Prosperity aly tests the persistence of our progressive purpose.繁荣已经在考验我们进步的决心能否持久。Let us ask again: Have we reached the goal of our vision of that fourth day of March 1933? Have we found our happy valley?让我们再问一问:我们已经达到1933年3月4日那天幢憬的目标了吗?我们已经找到快乐之谷了吗?I see a great nation, upon a great continent, blessed with a great wealth of natural resources.我看到一个伟大的国家,地处辽阔的大陆,天赐富饶的自然资源。Its hundred and thirty million people are at peace among themselves;它的一亿三千万人民和睦相处;they are making their country a good neighbor among the nations.他们正在使自己的国家威为各国的好邻居,02/439187呼和浩特京美整形美容医院隆鼻多少钱 Plenty is at our doorstep, but a generous use of it languishes in the very sight of the supply.富足的憎景近在咫尺,但就在我们见到这种情景的时候,宽裕的生活却悄然离去。Primarily this is because the rulers of the exchange of mankinds goods have failed, through their own stubbornness and their own incompetence,这主要是因为主宰人类物资交换的统治者们失败了,他们固执己见而又无能为力,have admitted their failure, and abdicated.因而已经认定失败,并撒手不管了,Practices of the unscrupulous money changers stand indicted in the court of public opinion, rejected by the hearts and minds of men.贪得无厌的货币兑换商的种种行径,将受到舆论法庭的起诉,将受到人类心灵和理智的唾弃。True they have tried, but their efforts have been cast in the pattern of an outworn tradition.是的,他们是努力过,然而他们用的是一种完全过时的方法.Faced by failure of credit they have proposed only the lending of more money.面对信贷的失败,他们只是提议借出更多的钱.Stripped of the lure of profit by which to induce our people to follow their false leadership, they have resorted to exhortations,没有了当诱饵引诱 人民追随他们的错误领导的金钱,他们只得求助于讲道,pleading tearfully for restored confidence.含泪祈求人民重新给予他们信心.They know only the rules of a generation of self-seekers. They have no vision, and when there is no vision the people perish.他们只知自我追求者们的处世规则.他们没有眼光,而没有眼光的人是要灭亡的.The money changers have fled from their high seats in the temple of our civilization.如今,货币兑换商已从我们文明庙宇的高处落荒而逃.We may now restore that temple to the ancient truths.我们要以千古不变的真理来重建这座庙宇.The measure of the restoration lies in the extent to which we apply social values more noble than mere monetary profit.衡量这重建的尺度是我们体现比金钱利益更高尚的社会价值的程度.Happiness lies not in the mere possession of money; it lies in the joy of achievement, in the thrill of creative effort.幸福并不在于单纯地占有金钱;幸福还在于取得成就后的喜悦,在于创造努力时的.The joy and moral stimulation of work no longer must be forgotten in the mad chase of evanescent profits.务必不能再忘记劳动带来的喜悦和激励,而去疯狂地追逐那转瞬即逝的利润.These dark days will be worth all they cost us if they teach us that our true destiny is not to be ministered unto but to minister to ourselves and to our fellow men.如果这些暗淡的时日能使我们认识到,我们真正的天命不是要别人侍奉,而是为自己和同胞们务,那么,我们付出的代价就完全是值得的.Recognition of the falsity of material wealth as the standard of success goes hand in hand with the abandonment of the false belief that public office认识到把物质财富当作成功的标准是错误的,and high political position are to be valued only by the standards of pride of place and personal profit;我们就会抛弃以地位尊严和个人收益为唯一标准,and there must be an end to a conduct in banking and in business which too often has given to a sacred trust the likeness of callous and selfish wrongdoing.来衡量公职和高级政治地位的错误信念;我们必须制止界和企业界的一种行为,它常常使神圣的委托混同于无情和自私的不正当行为.02/437186呼和浩特京美做双眼皮开眼角多少钱

内蒙古自治区第二附属医院丰胸多少钱Labor Day,Reform,and the Fight for What’s Right In his remarks he acknowledged one of the more upbeat traditions of Labor Day – "you're enjoying some good music, some good food, some famous Cincinnati chili" – before noting the more serious tradition being observed:THE PRESIDENT: Hello, Cincinnati! (Applause.) Thank you. Thank you, Ohio! (Applause.) Thank you. Thank you, labor! (Applause.) All-righty. It is good to be back in Cincinnati. (Applause.) It's good to be back in Ohio. (Applause.) It's good to be back among great friends, great leaders. And I want everybody to give a big round of applause to Charlie Dilbert for that great introduction. (Applause.) And I want to thank Kathy Mattea and the band for the entertainment. Give Kathy a big round of applause. (Applause.)How you all feeling today? (Applause.) Are you fired up? (Applause.) Are you y to go? (Applause.) I can't think of a better place to be on Labor Day than at America's biggest Labor Day picnic, and with the workers and families of the Cincinnati AFL-CIO. (Applause.)I'm so proud to be on the stage with Charlie, because Charlie reminds us that in these tough times, America's working men and women are y to roll up their sleeves and get back to work. (Applause.)I want to salute your local AFL-CIO local leaders: Executive Secretary-Treasurer Doug Sizemore -- (applause) -- President Joe Zimmer -- (applause) -- State President Joe Rugola. And your outstanding national leaders: a man who we thank for devoting his life to working Americans -- President John Sweeney. (Applause.) He's right there. And the man who will pick up the mantle, who will take the baton of leadership, who we need to succeed because a strong labor movement is part of a strong economy -- is part of a strong economy -- Secretary-Treasurer Rich Trumka. (Applause.)Although Ohio's wonderful governor and great friend of mine Ted Strickland couldn't be here, we've got Lieutenant Governor Lee Fisher in the house -- (applause) -- Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner -- (applause) -- Attorney General Richard Cordray -- (applause) -- Cincinnati Mayor Mark Mallory -- (applause) -- Hamilton County Commissioner -- Commission President David Pepper. (Applause.)We're joined by members of Ohio's outstanding congressional delegation: Congressman Steve Driehaus -- (applause) -- and a great friend who is at the forefront of every fight for Ohio's working men and women, including the battle for health insurance reform, Senator Sherrod Brown. (Applause.)I'm also proud to be here with a leader who is reenergizing the Department of Labor, who realizes that it's not the Department of Management, it's the Department of Labor -- (applause) -- a daughter of union members, a daughter of a Teamster -- Secretary Hilda Solis. (Applause.) My director of recovery for auto communities and workers, Ed Montgomery, is in the house, and he's doing outstanding work. (Applause.) Now, Cincinnati, like a lot of Americans, you're having some fun today. Taking the day off. Spending time with the kids. Some of you may be proud of your grilling skills. (Laughter.) Every man thinks he can grill -- (laughter) -- whether he can or not. That's what Michelle says. (Laughter.) Michelle says she's a better griller than me. (Applause.) I don't know. We'll have to have a grill-off someday. But you're enjoying some good music, some good food, some famous Cincinnati chili. (Applause.) But today we also pause. We pause to remember and to reflect and to reaffirm. We remember that the rights and benefits we enjoy today weren't simply handed to America's working men and women. They had to be won. They had to be fought for, by men and women of courage and conviction, from the factory floors of the Industrial Revolution to the shopping aisles of today's superstores. They stood up and they spoke out to demand a fair shake and an honest day's pay for an honest day's work. (Applause.) Many risked their lives. Some gave their lives. Some made it a cause of their lives -- like Senator Ted Kennedy, who we remember today. (Applause.)So let us never forget: much of what we take for granted -- the 40-hour work week, the minimum wage, health insurance, paid leave, pensions, Social Security, Medicare -- they all bear the union label. (Applause.) It was the American worker -- men and women just like you -- who returned from World War II to make our economy the envy of the world. It was labor that helped build the largest middle class in history. Even if you're not a union member, every American owes something to America's labor movement. (Applause.)So as we remember this history, let's reflect on its meaning in our own time. Like so many Americans, you work hard. You meet your responsibilities. You play by the rules. You pay your bills. But in recent years, the American Dream seems like it's been slipping away, because from Washington to Wall Street, too often a different attitude prevailed. Wealth was valued over work, selfishness over sacrifice, greed over responsibility. The right to organize was undermined rather than strengthened. (Applause.)That's what we saw. And it may have worked out well for those folks at the top, but it didn't work out for you and it didn't work out well for our country. That culture -- that culture and the policies that flowed from it -- undermined the middle class and helped create the greatest economic crisis of our time.So today, on this Labor Day, we reaffirm our commitment. To rebuild. To live up to the legacy of those who came before us. To combine the enduring values that have served us so well for so long -- hard work and responsibility -- with new ideas for a new century. To ensure that our great middle class remains the backbone of our economy -- not just a vanishing ideal we celebrate at picnics once a year as summer turns to fall. We want it a reality for the families of Ohio and the families of America. (Applause.)That's what we've been working to do ever since I took office. Now, I notice some people have aly forgotten how bad it was just seven months ago. You notice that? They've got sort of selective amnesia. (Laughter.) So let's just remind them for a second. (Applause.) A financial system on the verge of collapse; about 700,000 workers losing their jobs each month; the worst recession of our lifetimes threatening to become another Great Depression. 09/83686 2003年CCTV杯全国英语演讲大赛(9) 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 200809/48921呼和浩特托克托县治疗痤疮多少钱呼市京美整形美容医院治疗痘痘多少钱

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