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Weekly Address: Good News from the Auto IndustryAs the auto industry and financial markets begin to stabilize, the President says the government’s emergency interventions are now winding down. He pledges that real reform, particularly on Wall Street, must now begin.Download Video: mp4 (172MB) | mp3 (6MB) 201004/102278Lyndon Baines JohnsonOn Vietnam and Not Seeking Reelection delivered 31 March 1968[AUTHENTICITY CERTIFIED: Text version below transcribed directly from audio.]Good evening, my fellow Americans:Tonight I want to speak to you of peace in Vietnam and Southeast Asia. No other question so preoccupies our people. No other dream so absorbs the 250 million human beings who live in that part of the world. No other goal motivates American policy in Southeast Asia.For years, representatives of our Governments and others have traveled the world seeking to find a basis for peace talks. Since last September they have carried the offer that I made public at San Antonio. And that offer was this:That the ed States would stop its bombardment of North Vietnam when that would lead promptly to productive discussions -- and that we would assume that North Vietnam would not take military advantage of our restraint.Hanoi denounced this offer, both privately and publicly. Even while the search for peace was going on, North Vietnam rushed their preparations for a savage assault on the people, the government, and the allies of South Vietnam. Their attack -- during the Tet holidays -- failed to achieve its principal objectives. It did not collapse the elected Government of South Vietnam or shatter its army -- as the Communists had hoped. It did not produce a "general uprising" among the people of the cities, as they had predicted. The Communists were unable to maintain control of any of the more than 30 cities that they attacked. And they took very heavy casualties. But they did compel the South Vietnamese and their allies to move certain forces from the countryside into the cities. They caused widesp disruption and suffering. Their attacks, and the battles that followed, made refugees of half a million human beings.The Communists may renew their attack any day. They are, it appears, trying to make 1968 the year of decision in South Vietnam -- the year that brings, if not final victory or defeat, at least a turning point in the struggle.This much is clear: If they do mount another round of heavy attacks, they will not succeed in destroying the fighting power of South Vietnam and its allies. But tragically, this is also clear: Many men -- on both sides of the struggle -- will be lost. A nation that has aly suffered 20 years of warfare will suffer once again. Armies on both sides will take new casualties. And the war will go on. There is no need for this to be so. There is no need to delay the talks that could bring an end to this long and this bloody war.Tonight, I renew the offer I made last August: to stop the bombardment of North Vietnam. We ask that talks begin promptly, that they be serious talks on the substance of peace. We assume that during those talks Hanoi will not take advantage of our restraint. We are prepared to move immediately toward peace through negotiations. So tonight, in the hope that this action will lead to early talks, I am taking the first step to de-escalate the conflict. We are reducing -- substantially reducing -- the present level of hostilities, and we are doing so unilaterally and at once.Tonight, I have ordered our aircraft and our naval vessels to make no attacks on North Vietnam, except in the area north of the demilitarized zone where the continuing enemy buildup directly threatens allied forward positions and where the movements of their troops and supplies are clearly related to that threat. The area in which we are stopping our attacks includes almost 90 percent of North Vietnam's population, and most of its territory. Thus, there will be no attacks around the principal populated areas, or in the food-producing areas of North Vietnam.Even this very limited bombing of the North could come to an early end -- if our restraint is matched by restraint in Hanoi. But I cannot in good conscience stop all bombing so long as to do so would immediately and directly endanger the lives of our men and our allies. Whether a complete bombing halt becomes possible in the future will be determined by events. Our purpose in this action is to bring about a reduction in the level of violence that now exists. It is to save the lives of brave men --and to save the lives of innocent women and children. It is to permit the contending forces to move closer to a political settlement. And tonight I call upon the ed Kingdom and I call upon the Soviet Union -- as co-chairmen of the Geneva conferences, and as permanent members of the ed Nations Security Council -- to do all they can to move from the unilateral act of de-escalation that I have just announced toward genuine peace in Southeast Asia.Now, as in the past, the ed States is y to send its representatives to any forum, at any time, to discuss the means of bringing this ugly war to an end. I am designating one of our most distinguished Americans, Ambassador Averell Harriman, as my personal representative for such talks. In addition, I have asked Ambassador Llewellyn Thompson, who returned from Moscow for consultation, to be available to join Ambassador Harriman at Geneva or any other suitable place -- just as soon as Hanoi agrees to a conference.I call upon President Ho Chi Minh to respond positively, and favorably, to this new step toward peace. But if peace does not come now through negotiations, it will come when Hanoi understands that our common resolve is unshakable, and our common strength is invincible.Tonight, we and the other allied nations are contributing 600,000 fighting men to assist 700,000 South Vietnamese troops in defending their little country. Our presence there has always rested on this basic belief: The main burden of preserving their freedom must be carried out by them -- by the South Vietnamese themselves.We and our allies can only help to provide a shield behind which the people of South Vietnam can survive and can grow and develop. On their efforts -- on their determinations and resourcefulness --the outcome will ultimately depend. That small, beleaguered nation has suffered terrible punishment for more than 20 years. I pay tribute once again tonight to the great courage and the endurance of its people. South Vietnam supports armed forces tonight of almost 700,000 men, and I call your attention to the fact that that is the equivalent of more than 10 million in our own population. Its people maintain their firm determination to be free of domination by the North.There has been substantial progress, I think, in building a durable government during these last three years. The South Vietnam of 1965 could not have survived the enemy's Tet offensive of 1968. The elected government of South Vietnam survived that attack -- and is rapidly repairing the devastation that it wrought. The South Vietnamese know that further efforts are going to be required to expand their own armed forces; to move back into the countryside as quickly as possible; to increase their taxes; to select the very best men that they have for civil and military responsibilities; to achieve a new unity within their constitutional government, and to include in the national effort all those groups who wish to preserve South Vietnam's control over its own destiny. Last week President Thieu ordered the mobilization of 135,000 additional South Vietnamese. He plans to reach as soon as possible a total military strength of more than 800,000 men. To achieve this, the Government of South Vietnam started the drafting of 19-year-olds on March 1st. On May 1st, the Government will begin the drafting of 18-year-olds. Last month, 10,000 men volunteered for military service. That was two and a half times the number of volunteers during the same month last year. Since the middle of January, more than 48,000 South Vietnamese have joined the armed forces, and nearly half of them volunteered to do so.All men in the South Vietnamese armed forces have had their tours of duty extended for the duration of the war, and reserves are now being called up for immediate active duty. President Thieu told his people last week, and I e:"We must make greater efforts, we must accept more sacrifices, because as I have said many times, this is our country. The existence of our nation is at stake, and this is mainly a Vietnamese responsibility."He warned his people that a major national effort is required to root out corruption and incompetence at all levels of government. We applaud this evidence of determination on the part of South Vietnam. Our first priority will be to support their effort. We shall accelerate the re-equipment of South Vietnam's armed forces in order to meet the enemy's increased firepower. And this will enable them progressively to undertake a larger share of combat operations against the Communist invaders.On many occasions I have told the American people that we would send to Vietnam those forces that are required to accomplish our mission there. So with that as our guide we have previously authorized a force level of approximately 525,000. Some weeks ago to help meet the enemy's new offensive we sent to Vietnam about 11,000 additional Marine and airborne troops. They were deployed by air in 48 hours on an emergency basis. But the artillery and the tank and the aircraft and medical and other units that were needed to work with and support these infantry troops in combat could not then accompany them by air on that short notice.In order that these forces may reach maximum combat effectiveness, the Joint Chiefs of Staff have recommended to me that we should prepare to send during the next five months the support troops totaling approximately 13,500 men. A portion of these men will be made available from our active forces. The balance will come from reserve component units, which will be called up for service.The actions that we have taken since the beginning of the year to re-equip the South Vietnamese forces; to meet our responsibilities in Korea, as well as our responsibilities in Vietnam; to meet price increases and the cost of activating and deploying these reserve forces; to replace helicopters and provide the other military supplies we need, all of these actions are going to require additional expenditures. The tentative estimate of those additional expenditures is 2 1/2 billion dollars in this fiscal year and 2 billion, 600 million in the next fiscal year. These projected increases in expenditures for our national security will bring into sharper focus the nation's need for immediate action, action to protect the prosperity of the American people and to protect the strength and the stability of our American dollar.On many occasions I have pointed out that without a tax bill or decreased expenditures, next year's deficit would again be around billion. I have emphasized the need to set strict priorities in our spending. I have stressed that failure to act -- and to act promptly and decisively -- would raise very strong doubts throughout the world about America's willingness to keep its financial house in order.Yet Congress has not acted. And tonight we face the sharpest financial threat in the postwar era -- a threat to the dollar's role as the keystone of international trade and finance in the world.Last week, at the monetary conference in Stockholm, the major industrial countries decided to take a big step toward creating a new international monetary asset that will strengthen the international monetary system. And I'm very proud of the very able work done by Secretary Fowler and Chairman Martin of the Federal Reserve Board. But to make this system work, the ed States just must bring its balance of payments to -- or very close to -- equilibrium. We must have a responsible fiscal policy in this country. The passage of a tax bill now, together with expenditure control that the Congress may desire and dictate, is absolutely necessary to protect this nation’s security, and to continue our prosperity, and to meet the needs of our people.200806/41544201109/154298Hello Everybody.大家好!For the past couple months, Ive been working with people in both parties—with the help of business leaders and ordinary Americans—to come together around a plan to grow the economy and shrink our deficits.在过去的两个月里,在商界领袖们与美国民众的帮助下,我与两党合作,在经济增长与削减赤字方面达成了一致的议案。Its a balanced plan—one that would protect the middle class, cut spending in a responsible way, and ask the wealthiest Americans to pay a little more.这是一项平衡的方案—既能以负责任的方式保护中产阶级减少出,又能要求最富有的美国人们稍微多付出一点。And Ill keep working with anybody whos serious about getting a comprehensive plan like this done—because its the right thing to do for our economic growth.而我也将继续与任何希望认真解决问题拿出类似这样可行方案的人合作,只有这样的方案才对我们的经济增长有利。But were now at the point where, in just a couple days, the law says that every Americans tax rates are going up.但我们现在所剩时日无多,再过几天,法律就要规定每个人的税率都将上涨。Every Americans paycheck will get a lot smaller.每个美国人的钱包都会变得更小。And that would be the wrong thing to do for our economy.而这对我们的经济有害而无益。It would hurt middle-class families, and it would hurt the businesses that depend on your spending.这会伤害到中产家庭,伤害依赖他们消费的商业企业。And Congress can prevent it from happening, if they act now.如果国会反应及时,还可以阻止这一切的发生。Leaders in Congress are working on a way to prevent this tax hike on the middle class, and I believe we may be able to reach an agreement that can pass both houses in time.国会的领导者们正在致力于阻止税收上涨冲击中产阶级家庭,我坚信我们应该能及时达成一项方案并获得参众两院的通过。But if an agreement isnt reached in time, then Ill urge the Senate to hold an up-or-down vote on a basic package that protects the middle class from an income tax hike, extends vital unemployment insurance for Americans looking for a job, and lays the groundwork for future progress on more economic growth and deficit reduction.但是如果未能按时达成,我将敦促参议院就一系列包括保护中产阶级免受增税冲击、帮助依然在寻找工作的人延长基础失业保险、为未来经济增长和赤字削减奠定基础等方面在内的基础措施进行直接投票。I believe such a proposal could pass both houses with bipartisan majorities—as long as these leaders allow it to come to a vote.只要领导层允许这一方案进入投票表决,我相信这样的方案应该能获得两院多数人的持。If they still want to vote no, and let this tax hike hit the middle class, thats their prerogative—but they should let everyone vote.如果他们依然否决这一方案并让中产阶级的税负上涨,这也是他们的权力,但他们至少应该让所有人投票后才能决定。Thats the way this is supposed to work.这也是应该采取的方式。We just cant afford a politically self-inflicted wound to our economy.我们不能承受因为政治自身造成的问题伤害我们的经济。The economy is growing, but keeping it that way means that the folks you sent to Washington have to do their jobs.经济在增长,但要保持这种势头就需要那些你们派去华盛顿的官员们尽到自己应尽的职责。The housing market is healing, but that could stall if folks are seeing smaller paychecks.房地产市场也正在回暖,但如果人们的收入减少这种势头也可能会受阻。The unemployment rate is the lowest its been since 2008, but aly, families and businesses are starting to hold back because of the dysfunction they see in Washington.失业率也降低到自2008年以来的最低点,但现在由于华盛顿的机能障碍导致大多家庭和企业开始紧缩出。You meet your deadlines and your responsibilities every day.你们每天按时履行义务,尽职尽责。The folks you sent here to serve should do the same.你们选举出来的那些为国家务的官员们也应如此。We cannot let Washington politics get in the way of Americas progress.我们不会让华盛顿的政治问题阻碍美国的前进。Weve got to do what it takes to protect the middle class, grow this economy, and move our country forward.我们必须保护中产阶级、促进经济增长并推动国家发展。Thanks, everybody.谢谢大家。 201301/218989

[Nextpage视频演讲]The President urges Congress to pass legislation that will help remove obstacles to small business after meeting with small business owners at the Tastee Sub Shop in Edison, NJ. July 28, 2010.Download mp4 (233MB) | mp3 (8MB) [Nextpage文本]THE PRESIDENT: Well, I just had a terrific meeting with these small business owners here at Tastee Sub Shop. And I want to thank Dave and Carl for hosting us here today. And I highly recommend everybody buy a sandwich while you’re here, although as I said before, I can’t eat a 12-inch these days, now that I’m 49 -- well, I will be in a week.We talked about some of the difficulties that people have had making payroll and turning a profit during this recession. And we talked about what we can do to make it easier for small businesses to grow. All of these folks here know why that’s important. Small businesses create two out of every three jobs in this country. So our recovery depends on them. And if we want to keep America moving forward, we need to keep investing in our small businesses. This is, by the way, more than -- is more important than just our economy. It’s also about who we are as a people. Because America has always been a place where if you’ve had a good idea and you’re willing to really work hard for it, you can see it through and you can succeed. That’s what gives the worker the courage to leave her job to become her own boss. It’s what propels people to risk their savings on an idea that they believe might just change the world. I was hearing from Tom here about how he was having trouble finding work 30, 40 years ago, and decided that he would take over a business that only had two employees. And now he’s an employer for a whole bunch of folks and he’s going to be passing on his business to his family. And that’s the American story.This town, Edison, is named after somebody who was not only one of history’s greatest inventors but also a pretty savvy small business owner. And the small business people who are here with me today exemplify that same entrepreneurial spirit. And all of these companies have seen their share of challenges. All of these small business owners have had to improvise and adapt over the years, especially in tough times, and that includes over the last couple years.So Tom and Catherine Horsburgh were telling me that they got through the downturn. In order to do so, they had to market their products to types of businesses that they hadn’t sold to before. Brian Bovio’s company had to let some people go when the recession hit. But in the two years since, he’s transformed his business, and now he’s making people’s homes more energy efficient to save money on their utility bills -- and he’s been able to start hiring again. He is very interested in making sure that the HOMESTAR proposal that we’ve put into Congress actually passes, because not only will that help to expand his business but it’s also going to help Americans save energy not only in this part of the country but all across the country.Now, all of this hasn’t been easy. The recession has meant that folks are spending less. It means that small businesses have had a tougher time getting credit and getting loans. And that’s why when I took office, we put in place an economic plan specifically to help small businesses. And we were guided by a simple idea: Government can’t guarantee success, but it can knock down barriers that keep entrepreneurs from opening or expanding. For example, the lack of affordable credit -- that’s something the government can do something about. Government can’t replace the millions of jobs that we lost in the recession, but it can create the conditions for small businesses to hire more people through steps like tax breaks. That’s why we’ve cut taxes for America’s small businesses eight times. Eight times have we cut taxes for small businesses all across the country. Because of a bill I signed into law a few months ago, businesses are now eligible for tax cuts when they hire unemployed workers -- something that could benefit every business represented behind me. Companies are also able to write off more of their investments in new equipment, which Tom and Catherine have taken advantage of. As part of the health reform package, 4 million small business owners recently received a postcard in their mailbox telling them that this year they could be eligible for a health care tax credit that’s worth perhaps tens of thousands of dollars. And I was just talking to Dave, who does the right thing by his employees and is providing health insurance -- they actually are not paying a significant share for that health insurance. Dave and Carl are doing the right thing by those workers. He’s now going to be eligible to potentially get up to 35 percent tax relief on those -- premium that he’s paying, and that could make, obviously, an enormous difference in terms of his bottom line and may mean that he can hire some additional workers.Our economic plan has also supported nearly 70,000 new loans to small businesses. One of these loans made it possible for Tom and Catherine to purchase new equipment. We’ve waived fees on new SBA loans to save folks money on payments. And that reduced Theo’s costs when he opened his new restaurant. His family had a business, a family restaurant. He opened his own and it saved him more than ,000 in waived fees -- money that’s now gone into that new restaurant and its 60 new employees. So all told, these and other steps are making a difference. But when you listen to the struggles that small business owners are still facing, it’s clear that we need to do more. And that’s why I’m urging the Senate to approve a jobs bill that will do two big things for small businesses: cut taxes and make more loans available. That’s what Dave and Carl and Theo and Brian and Tom and Catherine tell me they can use. And that’s what I’ve heard from small businesses all across America. If this bill becomes law, small businesses and start-ups will see the positive benefits right away. It eliminates capital gains taxes for key investments in small firms. It will increase the deductions that small businesses can take for new equipment and other expenses. I know Tom and Catherine are looking at expanding to a larger facility; this could help them do that.This bill will also make more credit available. Everywhere I go, I hear from small business owners who simply cannot get the credit they need to hire and expand. And we’ve been hearing from smaller community banks that they want to lend to these folks but need more capital to do it. So the initiatives in this bill will help them meet those challenges. And it will increase -- allow them to increase loan sizes, and make sure that we continue to waive fees for SBA loans that have helped a number of the people standing behind me.Now, let me just make one last point. I know it’s no secret that we’ve confronted a lot of partisan politics over the past year and a half. We’ve seen a fair amount of obstruction that’s had more to do with gaining political advantage than helping the country. But surely, Democrats and Republicans ought to be able to agree on this bill. When I had a conversation with Mitch McConnell and John Boehner yesterday, I told them that the provisions of this bill are things that the Republican Party has said it’s supported for years: helping small businesses, cutting taxes, making credit available. This is as American as apple pie. Small businesses are the backbone of our economy. They are central to our identity as a nation. They are going to lead this recovery. The folks standing beside me are going to lead this recovery.So as I said yesterday in a meeting with congressional leaders at the White House, I expect us to get this done before they go on vacation, for the folks standing behind me and for small businesses and their employees all across the country.All right? Thank you very much, everybody. Thank you, guys. END 2:50 P.M. EDT[Nextpage相关报道] 【相关中文报道】美国总统奥巴马(Barack Obama)周三在新泽西州一家三明治店敦促美国国会(Congress)批准向小企业提供财政刺激措施的法案,并表示,他预计该法案将在8月中旬前获得通过。  奥巴马在新泽西州爱迪生的Tastee Sub Shop发表简短讲话时表示,必须维持对小企业的投资;在美国,如果你拥有理想,你就能够成功。  奥巴马在新泽西州表达了其政府对美国小企业的持,他经常将小企业称为美国经济的柱。  奥巴马称,他对国会议员表示,过去共和党曾对向小企业提供财政刺激措施表示持。他敦促议员们再次持该法案,他预计该法案将在下周末国会休假前获得批准。 (本段文字来源:华尔街日报中文网)201007/110201

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