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南昌会昌县石城县上犹县兴国县崇义县打美白针一针多少钱江西省鼻部修复多少钱抚州临川区南城县黎川县手臂激光脱毛多少钱 [Nextpage视频演讲]President Obama calls on Congress to take an up-or-down vote on extending unemployment benefits and to stop political maneuvering that Americans in need of assistance in limbo.Download mp4 (63MB) | mp3 (6MB) [Nextpage演讲文本]THE PRESIDENT: Good morning, everybody. Right now, across this country, many Americans are sitting at the kitchen table, they’re scanning the classifieds, they’re updating their resumes or sending out another job application, hoping that this time they’ll hear back from a potential employer. And they’re filled with a sense of uncertainty about where their next paycheck will come from. And I know the only thing that will entirely free them of those worries –- the only thing that will fully lift that sense of uncertainty –- is the security of a new job.To that end, we all have to continue our efforts to do everything in our power to spur growth and hiring. And I hope the Senate acts this week on a package of tax cuts and expanded lending for small businesses, where most of America’s jobs are created.So we've got a lot of work to do to make sure that we are digging ourselves out of this tough economic hole that we've been in. But even as we work to jumpstart job growth in the private sector, even as we work to get businesses hiring again, we also have another responsibility: to offer emergency assistance to people who desperately need it -- to Americans who’ve been laid off in this recession. We've got a responsibility to help them make ends meet and support their families even as they’re looking for another job.That’s why it’s so essential to pass the unemployment insurance extension that comes up for a vote tomorrow. We need to pass it for men like Jim Chukalas, who’s with me here today. Jim worked as a parts manager at a Honda dealership until about two years ago. He’s posted resumes everywhere. He’s gone door-to-door looking for jobs. But he hasn’t gotten a single interview. He’s trying to be strong for his two young kids, but now that he’s exhausted his unemployment benefits, that’s getting harder to do.We need to pass it for women like Leslie Macko, who lost her job at a fitness center last year and has been looking for work ever since. Because she’s eligible for only a few more weeks of unemployment, she’s doing what she never thought she’d have to do -- not at this point, anyway. She’s turning to her father for financial support.And we need to pass it for Americans like Denise Gibson, who was laid off from a real estate agency earlier this year. Denise has been interviewing for jobs -– but so far nothing has turned up. Meanwhile, she’s fallen further and further behind on her rent. And with her unemployment benefits set to expire, she’s worried about what the future holds.We need to pass it for all the Americans who haven’t been able to find work in an economy where there are five applicants for every opening; who need emergency relief to help them pay the rent and cover their utilities and put food on the table while they’re looking for another job. And for a long time, there’s been a tradition –- under both Democratic and Republican Presidents –- to offer relief to the unemployed. That was certainly the case under my predecessor, when Republican senators voted several times to extend emergency unemployment benefits. But right now, these benefits –- benefits that are often the person’s sole source of income while they’re looking for work -– are in jeopardy. And I have to say, after years of championing policies that turned a record surplus into a massive deficit, the same people who didn’t have any problem spending hundreds of billions of dollars on tax breaks for the wealthiest Americans are now saying we shouldn’t offer relief to middle-class Americans like Jim or Leslie or Denise, who really need help.Over the past few weeks, a majority of senators have tried -– not once, not twice, but three times –- to extend emergency relief on a temporary basis. Each time, a partisan minority in the Senate has used parliamentary maneuvers to block a vote, denying millions of people who are out of work much-needed relief. These leaders in the Senate who are advancing a misguided notion that emergency relief somehow discourages people from looking for a job should talk to these folks.That attitude I think reflects a lack of faith in the American people, because the Americans I hear from in letters and meet in town hall meetings –- Americans like Leslie and Jim and Denise -- they’re not looking for a handout. They desperately want to work. Just right now they can’t find a job. These are honest, decent, hardworking folks who’ve fallen on hard times through no fault of their own, and who have nowhere else to turn except unemployment benefits and who need emergency relief to help them weather this economic storm.Now, tomorrow we will have another chance to offer them that relief, to do right by not just Jim and Leslie and Denise, but all the Americans who need a helping hand right now -- and I hope we seize it. It’s time to stop holding workers laid off in this recession hostage to Washington politics. It’s time to do what’s right -- not for the next election but for the middle class. We’ve got to stop blocking emergency relief for Americans who are out of work. We’ve got to extend unemployment insurance. We need to pass those tax cuts for small businesses and the lending for small businesses. Times are hard right now. We are moving in the right direction. I know it’s getting close to an election, but there are times where you put elections aside. This is one of those times. And that’s what I hope members of Congress on both sides of the aisle will do tomorrow. Thanks very much. END11:00 A.M. EDT[Nextpage相关报道] 【相关中文报道】美国东部时间7月19日(北京时间7月20日)消息,今天美国总统奥巴马在白宫玫瑰园发表讲话,力推国会通过一项340亿美元的失业救助法案,以此延长对美国失业人员的救助。  据美国劳工部统计,在6月份失业金期满之后,有超过250万美国人失去了生活的来源。美国今年上半年平均失业率为9.7%,一些经济学家甚至预计到2011年失业率还将继续升高。在此之前国会否决了这项提案,理由是这项法案需要出的340亿美元将加大美国赤字开。  奥巴马总统在发言中严厉地抨击了持反对意见的共和党,他认为法案之所以未被通过是因为国会中的共和党人坚持错误的看法,即领取失业救济金的人就会放弃寻找工作。而共和党人在美国经济最困难的时候,不愿意向那些失去生活来源的家庭提供帮助。他说:“现在是时候停止拿经济衰退中失业的美国人作为政治的筹码。”奥巴马希望通过此项法案,可以将失业救济金的有效期延长到11月底。  奥巴马总统的说法立即受到共和党人的反驳,共和党人表示愿意继续为失业者提供救助金,但建议使用政府刺激基金来付这项费用,以免再次提高美国巨额赤字。众议院共和党领袖约翰-纳(John Boehner)在一份声明中回应:我们愿意以负责任的财政管理方式继续提供失业救助,华盛顿民主党恣意的庞大开销已经使美国债务和赤字更为恶化,我们在以正确的方式做正确的事。”  在成功推动国会相继通过金融改革法案和医保改革之后,美国就业问题是奥巴马政府最为关注的头等大事。尽管美国政府一直试图以刺激政策拉动美国经济的增长和增加就业机会,但迄今收效甚微。为此,上周奥巴马特意会晤股神巴菲特和多位商界领袖,讨论与私人机构合作创造就业职位。其后还向前总统克林顿讨教,希望借其任职期间的成功经济政策,振兴当前美国经济。 (本段文字来源:和讯财经网)201007/109388My fellow citizens, no people on earth have more cause to be thankful than ours, and this is said reverently,同胞们,荣耀属于那些真正身处人生竞技场上人!世界上没有哪一个民族比我们更有理由感到欣慰了,这样说是谦恭的,in no spirit of boastfulness in our own strength,绝无夸耀我们的力量之意,but with gratitude to the Giver of Good who has blessed us with the conditions which have enabled us to achieve so large a measure of well-being and of happiness.而是怀着对赐福于我们、使我们能够有条件获得如此巨大的幸福康乐的上帝的感激之情,To us as a people it has been granted to lay the foundations of our national life in a new continent.作为一个民族,我们获得上帝的许可,在新大陆上奠下国民生活的基础。We are the heirs of the ages, and yet we have had to pay few of the penalties which in old countries are exacted by the dead hand of a bygone civilization.我们是时代的继承者,然而我们无需像在古老的国家里那样,承受以往文明的遗留影响所强加的惩罚。We have not been obliged to fight for our existence against any alien race;我们不必为了自己的生存而去同任何异族抗衡;and yet our life has called for the vigor and effort without which the manlier and hardier virtues wither away.然而,我们的生活要求活力和勤奋,没有这些,雄健刚毅的美德就会消失殆尽。Under such conditions it would be our own fault if we failed; and the success which we have had in the past,在这种条件下,倘若我们失败了,那便是我们自己的过错;the success which we confidently believe the future will bring, should cause in us no feeling of vainglory,我们在过去获得的成功,我们深信未来将带给我们的成功,不应使我们目空一切,but rather a deep and abiding realization of all which life has offered us; a full acknowledgment of the responsibility which is ours;而是要深刻地长久地认识到生活为我们提供的一切,充分认识我们肩负的责任,and a fixed determination to show that under a free government a mighty people can thrive best,并矢志表明;在自由政府的领导下,一个强大的民族能够繁荣昌盛,alike as regards the things of the body and the things of the soul.物质生活如此,精神生活必也如此。Much has been given us, and much will rightfully be expected from us.我们被赋予的很多,期望于我们的自然也很多。We have duties to others and duties to ourselves; and we can shirk neither.我们对他人负有义务,对自己也负有义务;两者都不能逃避。We have become a great nation, forced by the fact of its greatness into relations with the other nations of the earth,我们已成为一个伟大的国家,这一事实迫使我们在同世界上其他国家交往时,and we must behave as beseems a people with such responsibilities.行为举止必须与负有这种责任的民族相称。Toward all other nations, large and small, our attitude must be one of cordial and sincere friendship.对于其他一切国家,无论大国还是小国,我们的态度都必须热诚真挚友好。We must show not only in our words, but in our deeds,我们必须不仅用语言,而且以行动表明,that we are earnestly desirous of securing their good will by acting toward them in a spirit of just and generous recognition of all their rights.我们公正、宽宏地承认他们的一切权利,用这种精神对待他们,我们热切希望能从而获得他们的善意。But justice and generosity in a nation, as in an individual, count most when shown not by the weak but by the strong.但是,一个国象的公正与宽宏,如同一个人的公正与宽宏一样,不是由弱者而是由强者表现出来时,才为人推崇。While ever careful to refrain from wrongdoing others, we must be no less insistent that we are not wronged ourselves.在我们极其审慎地避免损害别人时,我们必须同样地坚持自己不受伤害。We wish peace, but we wish the peace of justice, the peace of righteousness.我们希望和平,但是我们希望的是公正的和平,正义的和平。We wish it because we think it is right and not because we are afraid.我们这样希望是因为我们认为这是正确的,而不是因为我们怯懦胆小。No weak nation that acts manfully and justly should ever have cause to fear us,行事果敢正义的弱国决无理由畏惧我们,and no strong power should ever be able to single us out as a subject for insolent aggression.强国则永远不能挑选我们作为蛮横入侵的对象。Our relations with the other powers of the world are important; but still more important are our relations among ourselves.我们同世界上其他强国的关系是重要的,但更为重要的是我们内部之间的关系。Such growth in wealth, in population, and in power as this nation has seen during the century and a quarter of its national life is inevitably accompanied随着国家在过去125年中所经历的财富、人口和实力的增长,就像每一个逐步壮大起来的国家by a like growth in the problems which are ever before every nation that rises to greatness.所遇到的情况一样,02/434547南昌/激光冰点脱毛特价

南昌同济整形做红色胎记手术多少钱President Bush Attends Graduation Ceremony for Federal Bureau of Investigation Special AgentsTHE PRESIDENT: Thank you. Mr. Director, thank you for your kind introduction and thank you for your leadership. Proud that you invited your wife, Ann, here to be with us. I thank the Attorney General for joining us today. Members of the FBI Academy staff, distinguished guests, family and friends, and most importantly, members of the graduating class: Thanks for having me.I am so pleased to be back to the FBI Academy, and to share with you this special day. When you walk across the stage, you will receive your badge and your credentials. You'll become special agents of the FBI. You will take your place on the front lines on the war on terror. I thank you for stepping forward to serve your country during this important time. And on behalf of all Americans, I congratulate the Class of 08-14. (Applause.)This academy has prepared you for the privileges and responsibilities of carrying the badge. Over the past 20 weeks, you have passed rigorous academic and physical requirements. You have spent hours practicing your aim on the firing range, combing the streets of Hogan's Alley, and navigating the Academy's "gerbil tubes." (Laughter.) As part of your training, you were all forced to endure the sting of pepper spray -- which you learned wasn't half as bad as the cafeteria food. (Laughter.)To reach this day of accomplishment, you have all depended on the wisdom and advice of your instructors. They took a diverse group that includes combat veterans, police officers, firefighters, lawyers, language experts, and computer specialists. And they turned you into an impressive class of FBI special agents. Your instructors are proud of your accomplishments -- and I know you are grateful for their leadership.To reach this day of accomplishment, you depended on the support of your loved ones. While you were away training for this academy, some of them were really sweating out the training for you. (Laughter.) And Rick mentioned a lot of you were packing bags. I'm thankful you didn't mention Crawford, Texas. (Laughter.) And so are you. (Laughter.)But the point is, America owes your families a great debt. And we thank you for standing by your side -- thank them for standing by your side during this moment of training and the service you'll be rendering to our country. We welcome the families here today. (Applause.)Members of this class join the FBI during a momentous time in our nation's history. Earlier this summer the FBI celebrated its 100th anniversary. Unfortunately I wasn't able to attend the official ceremony. So I asked the Attorney General to speak in my place. To be honest, I was somewhat concerned that he might not live up to my high standards of oratory. (Laughter.) He told me I had nothing to worry about. (Laughter.)The Bureau has come a long way since its founding. Over the past century, the FBI has grown from a small team of 34 investigators to a powerful force of more than 30,000 agents and analysts and support professionals serving around the world. The FBI has pushed the boundaries of forensic science -- from mastering the art of fingerprints to pioneering the use of DNA evidence. The FBI has inspired generations of children to dream of joining the force. (Laughter.) Sounds like I inspired one or two myself. (Laughter and applause.)In every era, the FBI has risen to meet new challenges. When mobsters brought crime and chaos to America's cities during the 1920s and '30s, the G-Men of the FBI brought them to justice. When America entered the Second World War, the FBI stopped Axis agents from carrying out attacks on our homeland. During the Cold War, the FBI worked long hours to protect America from Soviet spies. In all this work, the FBI has gained an incredible record of achievement and has earned the admiration of the entire world. America honors all the fine men and women who have served in the ranks before you.As you go forth from this Academy, you're going to write a new chapter in the FBI's storied history. In the years ahead, your assignments will be as diverse as the FBI's mission -- from dismantling organized criminal networks, to pulling the plug on online predators, to making white-collar criminals pay for defrauding hardworking Americans. And just as your predecessors adapted to meet the challenges of the past century, there's no doubt in my mind you'll respond with courage to confront the emerging dangers of this new century.Those dangers became clear on September the 11th, 2001. On that day, 19 terrorists brought death and destruction to our shores. We became a nation at war against violent extremists. And we must not rest until that war is won. (Applause.)More than seven years have passed without another attack on our soil. And this is not an accident. Since 9/11, we have gone on the offense against the terrorists abroad -- so we do not have to face them here at home. (Applause.) We stand with young democracies in Afghanistan and Iraq and beyond as they seek to replace the hateful ideology of the extremists with a hopeful alternative of liberty.Here at home, we've transformed our national security institutions and have given our intelligence and law enforcement professionals the tools and the resources they need to do their job, and that is to protect the American people. We formed a new Department of Homeland Security. We created a new Director for National Intelligence. We established a program at the Central Intelligence Agency to interrogate key terrorist leaders captured in the war on terror. We worked with Congress to pass legislation that allows our intelligence professionals to quickly and effectively monitor terrorist communications while protecting the civil liberties of our citizens. If al Qaeda is making a phone call into the ed States, we need to know why and to whom they're calling in order to protect the American citizens. (Applause.)The FBI has played a vital role in doing the most important job that government has, and that is to secure the American people from harm. Since 9/11, the Bureau has worked with our partners around the world to disrupt planned terrorist attacks. Most Americans will never know the full stories of how these attacks were stopped and how many lives were saved. But we know this: The men and women of the FBI are working tirelessly to keep our nation safe -- and they have the thanks of the American people.The FBI's leadership in the war on terror has required a dramatic change of mission. Before 9/11, terrorism was viewed primarily as a criminal matter. The FBI focused more on indicting terrorists after an attack than on stopping the attack in the first place. For example, after the terrorists targeted the World Trade Center in 1993, FBI agents succeeded in tracking down several of the killers. They obtained indictments against them and they put them behind bars. And that was good work. But eight years later al Qaeda returned to finish the job.Immediately after 9/11, the FBI made preventing terrorism its top priority. The FBI you join today is focused on collecting and analyzing intelligence -- so we can figure out what the terrorists are planning before it is too late. Over the past seven years, we have more than doubled the number of intelligence analysts and translators on the force. We've enacted the Patriot Act to ensure FBI analysts and investigators have the information they need to protect our nation. We created the FBI's new National Security Branch -- bringing together divisions responsible for counterterrorism and intelligence and counterespionage.The FBI you join today is working more closely with partners at all levels of government. At the local level, we've increased the number of FBI Joint Terrorism Task Forces from 35 to more than 100. These task forces bring together federal and local law enforcement agents. They have helped break up terror cells in places like Portland, Oregon; Buffalo, New York; and northern Virginia.At the national level, we created the National Counterterrorism Center, where the FBI is working side by side with the CIA, the Homeland Security Department, and other federal agencies to track terrorist threats and prevent new attacks. We created the Terrorism Screening Center to consolidate watch lists from different agencies into one master list.At the international level, we've deployed the FBI to foreign countries to help track down the terrorists. Since September the 11th, the FBI has opened 16 new offices overseas. Two of them are in Kabul and Baghdad -- where hundreds of FBI agents are serving alongside our brave men and women in uniform.The FBI can be proud of all these accomplishments. These changes were difficult, and they were necessary. We've transformed an agency founded a century ago to meet the challenges of the 21st century. And thanks to the vision and determination of the FBI, America is safer today than we were on September the 11th, 2001. (Applause.)In the midst of this rapid change, we can be confident that one thing will never change -- and that is the character and courage of those who carry the badge. We see this character and courage in the story of an agent named Leonard Hatton. A bomb specialist for the FBI, Lenny had investigated terrorist attacks around the world. So when he saw smoke rising from the World Trade Center on September the 11th, 2001, he immediately understood the danger. With complete disregard for his own life, he ran to the scene to help others escape. And when the towers came crashing down, Lenny died beneath them. Earlier that same morning, Lenny had told his wife, "Just another regular day at work." Well, for a man like Lenny Hatton -- who always put others before himself -- it was another day at work. We must always honor the memory of this good and faithful servant -- and we vow that those who have given their lives in the war on terror shall never have died in vain. (Applause.)As new special agents, your charge to keep is to carry out this mission. I ask you to defend the values of fidelity, bravery, and integrity that you have learned here at this Academy. I ask you to carry out your duty to protect the lives and liberties of the American people. If you follow these principles, your careers will take you far, this agency will uphold its solemn responsibility, and America's security will be in good hands.I want to thank you for sharing your graduation with me. I'm inspired by your examples of service. I wish you all the best in the future. May God bless you. (Applause.)200811/54684南昌/眼部整形价格 南昌/同济整形美容医院纹眉毛多少钱

抚州吸脂多少钱The President pays a visit to the National Counterterrorism Center in DC, meeting with leadership before giving a simple but profound "thank you" to the staff. October 6, . (Public Domain) 10/86037 Yet, with all this scope of precedent, I now enter upon the same task for the brief constitutional term of four years under great and peculiar difficulty.然而,尽管有这么多可供参考的先例,我现在将在宪法所规定的短短四年任期中来担任这同一任务,却面临着巨大的非同一般的困难。A disruption of the Federal Union, heretofore only menaced, is now formidably attempted.在此以前,分裂联邦只是受到了威胁,而现在却是已出现力图分裂它的可怕行动了。I hold that in contemplation of universal law and of the Constitution the Union of these States is perpetual.从一般法律和我们的宪法来仔细考虑,我坚信,我们各州组成的联邦是永久性的。Perpetuity is implied, if not expressed, in the fundamental law of all national governments.在一切国民政府的根本大法中永久性这一点,虽不一定写明,却是不言而喻的。It is safe to assert that no government proper ever had a provision in its organic law for its own termination.我们完全可以肯定说,没有一个名副其实的政府会在自己的根本法中定出一条,规定自己完结的期限。Continue to execute all the express provisions of our National Constitution, and the Union will endure forever,继续执行我国宪法所明文规定的各项条文,联邦便将永远存在下去it being impossible to destroy it except by some action not provided for in the instrument itself.除了采取并未见之于宪法的行动,谁也不可能毁灭掉联邦。Again: If the ed States be not a government proper, but an association of States in the nature of contract merely, can it, as a contract,还有,就算合众国并不是个名副其实的政府,而只是依靠契约成立的一个各州的联合体,那既有契约的约束,be peaceably unmade by less than all the parties who made it?若非参加这一契约的各方一致同意,我们能说取消就把它取消吗?One party to a contract may violate it—break it, so to speak—but does it not require all to lawfully rescind it?参加订立契约的一方可以违约,或者说毁约;但如果合法地取消这一契约,岂能不需要大家一致同意吗?Descending from these general principles, we find the proposition that in legal contemplation the Union is perpetual confirmed by the history of the Union itself.从这些总原则出发,我们发现,从法学观点来看,联邦具有永久性质的提法,是为联邦自身的历史所实的。The Union is much older than the Constitution.联邦本身比宪法更为早得多。It was formed, in fact, by the Articles of Association in 1774.事实上,它是由1774年,签订的《联合条款》建立的。It was matured and continued by the Declaration of Independence in 1776.到1776年的《独立宣言》才使它进一步成熟和延续下来。It was further matured, and the faith of all the then thirteen States expressly plighted and engaged that it should be perpetual,by the Articles of Confederation in 1778.然后,通过1778年的“邦联条款”使它更臻成熟,当时参加的十三个州便已明确保要使邦联永久存在下去。And finally, in 1787, one of the declared objects for ordaining and establishing the Constitution was ;to form a more perfect Union.;最后,到1787年制订的宪法公开宣布的目的之一,便是“组建一个更为完美的联邦”。But if destruction of the Union by one or by a part only of the States be lawfully possible,但是,如果任何一个州,或几个州也可以合法地把联邦给取消掉,the Union is less perfect than before the Constitution, having lost the vital element of perpetuity.加这个联邦可是比它在宪法制订以前还更不完美了,因为它已失去了它的一个至关重要因素——永久性。It follows from these views that no State upon its own mere motion can lawfully get out of the Union;从这些观点我们可以认定,任何一个州,都不可能仅凭自己动议,便能合法地退出联邦02/436508宜春市樟树市奉新县万载县上高县opt嫩肤多少钱南昌同济整形祛眼袋手术多少钱



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