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Our Government must at the same time be both competent and compassionate.我们的政府必须同时兼备能力和同情心这两种东西。We have aly found a high degree of personal liberty, and we are now struggling to enhance equality of opportunity.我们已经实现了高度的个人自由,目前我们正在奋力促进机会均等。Our commitment to human rights must be absolute, our laws fair, our natural beauty preserved;我们对人权的崇奉决无任何条件可言,我们的法律必须绝对公允,我们的自然美景必须加以保护;the powerful must not persecute the weak, and human dignity must be enhanced.强者决不可以欺凌弱者;人的尊严必须提高。We have learned that ;more; is not necessarily ;better,; that even our great Nation has its recognized limits,我们已经懂得,“更多”未必就“更好”。即使我们这样的大国也有其显而易见的局限,and that we can neither answer all questions nor solve all problems.我们既无法回答所有问题,也不可能解决所有问题。We cannot afford to do everything, nor can we afford to lack boldness as we meet the future.我们没有能力包揽一切,但面对未来我们却不能缺乏勇气。So, together, in a spirit of individual sacrifice for the common good, we must simply do our best.所以,我们应当齐心协力,本着为了共同利益而作出个人牺牲的精神,义无反顾地全力以赴。Our Nation can be strong abroad only if it is strong at home.我们的国家只有首先自强才能在国外显示强大。And we know that the best way to enhance freedom in other lands is to demonstrate here that our democratic system is worthy of emulation.我们知道,在别国推进自由的最好方式,莫过于在本国明我们的民主制度确实值得效法。To be true to ourselves, we must be true to others.我们若要忠诚于自己,就必须以诚待人。We will not behave in foreign places so as to violate our rules and standards here at home, for we know that the trust which our Nation earns is essential to our strength.我们在国外各地的行为,决不会违犯我们在国内奉行的规范与准则,因为我们懂得,我国赢得的这种信任,对加强我国的力量乃是不可或缺的。The world itself is now dominated by a new spirit.当前,世界本身也受到一种新精神的驱动。Peoples more numerous and more politically aware are craving and now demanding their place in the sun数量益增、日趋公开觉醒的人民,现在正渴望和要求在阳光下挣得一席之地,not just for the benefit of their own physical condition, but for basic human rights.他们所要求的并非仅只是改善自己的物质条件,而是基本的人权。The passion for freedom is on the rise.争取自由的热情正在高涨。Tapping this new spirit, there can be no nobler nor more ambitious task for America to undertake on this day of a new beginning than to help shape a just and peaceful world that is truly humane.美国既要提倡这种新的精神,那么在这个新开端的日子里所要担负的最为高尚和最为雄心勃勃的任务,就莫过于帮助建立一个公正、和平、真正符合人道的世界。03/437821[Nextpage视频演讲]President Obama urges the Senate to stand up for ordinary Americans and pass the DISCLOSE Act, a bipartisan bill passed by the House of Representatives which will require corporate political advertisers to reveal who’s funding their activities.Download mp4 (53MB) | mp3 (5MB) [Nextpage文本]THE PRESIDENT: Good afternoon, everybody. Tomorrow there’s going to be a very important vote in the Senate about how much influence special interests should have over our democracy. Because of the Supreme Court’s decision earlier this year in the Citizens ed case, big corporations –- even foreign-controlled ones –- are now allowed to spend unlimited amounts of money on American elections. They can buy millions of dollars worth of TV ads –- and worst of all, they don’t even have to reveal who’s actually paying for the ads. Instead, a group can hide behind a name like “Citizens for a Better Future,” even if a more accurate name would be “Companies for Weaker Oversight.” These shadow groups are aly forming and building war chests of tens of millions of dollars to influence the fall elections. Now, imagine the power this will give special interests over politicians. Corporate lobbyists will be able to tell members of Congress if they don’t vote the right way, they will face an onslaught of negative ads in their next campaign. And all too often, no one will actually know who’s really behind those ads. So the House has aly passed a bipartisan bill that would change all this before the next election. The DISCLOSE Act would simply require corporate political advertisers to reveal who’s funding their activities. So when special interests take to the airwaves, whoever is running and funding the ad would have to appear in the advertisement and claim responsibility for it -– like a company’s CEO or the organization’s biggest contributor. And foreign-controlled corporations and entities would be restricted from spending money to influence American elections -- just as they were in the past.Now, you’d think that making these reforms would be a matter of common sense, particularly since they primarily involve just making sure that folks who are financing these ads are disclosed so that the American people can make up their own minds. Nobody is saying you can’t run the ads -- just make sure that people know who in fact is behind financing these ads. And you’d think that reducing corporate and even foreign influence over our elections would not be a partisan issue. But of course, this is Washington in 2010. And the Republican leadership in the Senate is once again using every tactic and every maneuver they can to prevent the DISCLOSE Act from even coming up for an up or down vote. Just like they did with unemployment insurance for Americans who’d lost their jobs in this recession. Just like they’re doing by blocking tax credits and lending assistance for small business owners. On issue after issue, we are trying to move America forward, and they keep on trying to take us back. At a time of such challenge for America, we can’t afford these political games. Millions of Americans are struggling to get by, and their voices shouldn’t be drowned out by millions of dollars in secret, special interest advertising. The American people’s voices should be heard. A vote to oppose these reforms is nothing less than a vote to allow corporate and special interest takeovers of our elections. It is damaging to our democracy. It is precisely what led a Republican President named Theodore Roosevelt to tackle this issue a century ago. Back then, President Roosevelt warned of the dangers of limitless corporate spending in our political system. He actually called it “one of the principal sources of corruption in our political affairs.” And he proposed strict limits on corporate influence in elections not because he was opposed to them expressing their views in the halls of democracy, but he didn’t want everybody else being drowned out. He said, “Every special interest is entitled to justice, but no one is entitled” -- “not one is entitled to a vote in Congress, or a voice on the bench, or to representation in any public office,” because he understood those weren’t individual voters -- these are amalgams of special interests. They have the right to hire their lobbyists. They have the right to put forward their view. They even have the right to advertise. But the least we should be able to do is know who they are.So on Tuesday we face the sort of challenge that Teddy Roosevelt talked about over a century ago. We’ve got a similar opportunity to prevent special interests from gaining even more clout in Washington. This should not be a Democratic issue or a Republican issue. This is an issue that goes to whether or not we’re going to have a government that works for ordinary Americans; a government of, by and for the people.That’s why these reforms are so important, and that’s why I urge the Senate to pass the DISCLOSE Act.Thank you.END2:55 P.M. EDT[Nextpage相关报道] 【相关中文报道】美国总统奥巴马表示,他希望有一个获得两党持的金融改革法案,但不会接受为特殊利益集团留下漏洞。  奥巴马指出,任何反对改革的人将令纳税人陷入圈套。这番目前为止措辞最为严厉的言论针对的是最近数日有共和党人加大力度试图削弱金融改革法案的条款。  奥巴马重申,金融业改革法案必须包括对衍生品、交易量巨大的金融工具加以强有力的监管,它们造成了经济危机,并成为如何监管华尔街的争论焦点。  奥巴马是在会晤经济复苏顾问委员(Economic Recovery Advisory Board)的委员时作出上述表示的。在会上奥巴马还将谈及创造就业及其未来5年出口翻番的提案。该委员会的委员包括白宫经济顾问、学者以及具有影响力的商业人士,例如通用电气(General Electric)首席执行官伊梅尔特(Jeff Immelt)。 (本段文字来源:互联网)201007/109912

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Three weeks ago President Obama traveled to Memphis, Tennessee to deliver the commencement address to the graduating class of Booker T. Washington High School, the winner of this year’s Race to the Top Commencement Challenge. Booker T. Washington High School beat out over 400 high schools from across the country with their efforts to prepare students for college and career and help meet the President’s goal of having the highest proportion of college graduates in the world by 2020. In a new television special premiering this week, viewers will have the chance to follow the experiences of students at Booker T. Washington High School, as they win this year’s competition and the opportunity to host President Obama as their commencement speaker. The Race to the Top Commencement Challenge Special, produced by Viacom and the Get Schooled Foundation in partnership with the White House, will air on Viacom’s cable networks over the next week. Get a sneak peak in an interview later today on BET’s 106 amp; Park with Christopher Dean and Cassandra Henderson, the two seniors profiled in the special. mp4 (30MB) | mp3 (3MB) 201106/140011

President Bush Meets with First Vice President of the Government of National y of the Republic of Sudan and President of the Government of Southern Sudan Salva Kiir MayarditPRESIDENT BUSH: I'm proud to be meeting again with the Vice President of Sudan. He's a friend of mine. He is a strong leader who's dealing with a very difficult situation. We talked about two important subjects. One is the North-South agreement. It's a vital agreement, and it's going to be very important for the ed States to pay attention to the implementation of this agreement. And the Vice President brought me up to date on what has been accomplished and what still remains to be accomplished. And I thank you for, one, your clear briefing, but also your leadership on this important issue. And then the Vice President and I discussed Darfur. And he has taken the lead in helping the rebels come together so that there would be a more unified voice in negotiating a -- hopefully negotiating a peace with the Bashir government. I informed the Vice President that I have provided a waiver to the State Department so they can begin to move 240 containers' worth of heavy equipment into Darfur, and that the Defense Department will be flying Rwanda equipment into Darfur to help facilitate the peacekeeping missions there. So I want to thank you very much for coming back. It's good to be with you. He asked me whether or not I was going to still care about Sudan -- after all, the North-South agreement was negotiated under my watch -- and my answer is, absolutely, Mr. Vice President. Finally, I've been -- Secretary Rice was just here, and prior to the Vice President's arrival we did talk about Gaza. I've been closely monitoring the situation in Gaza. I understand Israel's desire to protect itself, and that the situation now taking place in Gaza was caused by Hamas. Instead of caring about the people of Gaza, Hamas decided to use Gaza to launch rockets to kill innocent Israelis. And Israel has obviously decided to protect herself and her people. The ed States is concerned about the humanitarian crisis. We care about the people of Gaza, and, therefore, have provided millions of dollars of fresh aid to the ed Nations to help. And finally, all of us, of course, would like to see violence stopped -- but not at the expense of an agreement that does not prevent the crisis from happening again. I know people are saying let's have that cease-fire, and those are noble ambitions. But any cease-fire must have the conditions in it so that Hamas does not use Gaza as a place from which to launch rockets. There are many hopeful signs in the Middle East. Democracy is taking hold in parts of the world in the Middle East. But the Hamas reminds us that there are people who are willing to kill innocent people to stop the advance of free societies. And the challenge for those of us who long for peace, Mr. Vice President, is to recognize the realities of the world, recognize we're in the midst of an ideological conflict, and work with the agents of peace. I am still hopeful that some day there will be a Palestinian state living side by side with Israel in peace. I believe the Palestinian Authority under President Abbas has got the capacity and the foresight and the vision necessary to see that become a reality. In the meantime, all of us are going to have to deal with Hamas -- those who threaten peace, those who want to deny the existence of a peaceful Palestinian state. And so I welcome you, Mr. Vice President. Thank you for coming. I told the Vice President his hat made me feel very much at home. (Laughter.) VICE PRESIDENT KIIR: Your Excellency, thank you very, very much again and we are happy to be in the White House today. And I discussed with His Excellency the President the issues that he has raised, but mostly we came here to thank him and his administration for the commitment they have shown to the people of Sudan to bring peace and continue to monitor that peace which ended the 21-year war. And that peace will remain in his record, that he was the only one who was able to continue monitoring the peace, negotiating it, until it was signed. This peace is now in existence. And we came to thank him and the whole administration, and wish him the best of his life in his private mission that he's now going to take up after the assignment in the White House. We have also told His Excellency the President that the people of Southern Sudan, the people of the marginalization in the whole Sudan, will never forget him for all that he has done for them. And the people in Darfur, in particular, will still be looking forward to seeing to it that peace is brought to Darfur. It is a joint mission that we have taken upon ourselves together with them that we have to bring peace to Darfur, the way we have brought peace to Southern Sudan. We also talked of the issue of the LRA -- that is the Lord's Resistance Army in Northern Uganda, which has now shifted to Congo and Southern Sudan -- and how to handle this. This is the terrorist of the -- (inaudible) -- that does not have any respect of human rights. And we'll have to deal with it so that they have to accept the regional changes that are happening and to be brought to end of conflict. So this is in brief that I came to the White House, to pass to His Excellency the President of the ed States of America, and to keep Sudan very close to his heart, even if he becomes a private citizen in this country, because he has a role to play. And we came to pass him also our Christmas and New Year's greeting, to see if you have enjoyed your Christmas. Thank you very much. PRESIDENT BUSH: Thank you, Mr. Vice President. Thank you. 01/60555

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