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"股神"大佬:巴菲特。巴菲特是有史以来最伟大的投资家,他依靠股票、外汇市场的投资,成为世界上数一数二的富翁。201007/108972。

My 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。

Our journey is not complete until we find a better way to welcome the striving,在我们找到一个更好的方式来欢迎那些仍然可以把美国看作一个充满机遇的土地,乐于奋斗,hopeful immigrants who still see America as a land of opportunity until bright young students and engineers are enlisted in our workforce rather than expelled from our country.充满希望的移民之前,在那些聪明的年轻学生和工程师被纳入到我们的劳动大军之中而不是被驱逐出境之前,Our journey is not complete until all our children,我们的使命还没有完成,from the streets of Detroit to the hills of Appalachia, to the quiet lanes of Newtown,在从底特律的街头到阿巴拉契亚山间到纽顿安静的小巷中,know that they are cared for and cherished and always safe from harm. 我们所有的孩子们都知道他们在被关心和爱护,安全有保障之前,我们的使命还没有完成。That is our generation’s task to make these words, these rights,这是我们这一代人的使命 - 让生命、自由、追求幸福这些字眼、这些权利、these values of life and liberty and the pursuit of happiness real for every American. 这些价值,真正成为每一个美国人的现实。Being true to our founding documents does not require us to agree on every contour of life.忠实我们国家的创始文件,并不需要我们生活的每一个范畴都看法一致。It does not mean we all define liberty in exactly the same way or follow the same precise path to happiness. 也并不意味着我们以完全相同的方式定义自由,或者遵循同样的路径追求幸福。Progress does not compel us to settle centuries-long debates about the role of government for all time, but it does require us to act in our time.进步并不强迫我们放弃几个世纪以来关于所有政府作用的辩论,但需要我们在我们的时代采取行动。For now decisions are upon us and we cannot afford delay. 我们现在就要做出抉择,我们不能承受拖延的后果。We cannot mistake absolutism for principle, or substitute spectacle for politics, or treat name-calling as reasoned debate.我们不能误以为毫无妥协余地是在坚持原则,或者以做秀取代政治,或者以相互指责取代理性的辩论。We must act, knowing that our work will be imperfect. 我们必须行动,尽管知道我们的工作不会十全十美。We must act, knowing that today’s victories will be only partial and that it will be up to those who stand here in four years我们必须行动,尽管知道今天的胜利只是部分的成功,and 40 years and 400 years hence to advance the timeless spirit once conferred to us in a spare Philadelphia hall.它将更多地取决于今后四年、四十年乃至四百年后站在这里的人们,继续发扬从费城独立厅传到我们手中的超越时代的精神。My fellow Americans, the oath I have sworn before you today,我的美国同胞们,我今天在你们面前宣誓,like the one recited by others who serve in this Capitol, was an oath to God and country, not party or faction. 就和过去在这座国会山上宣誓过的人一样,是对上帝和国家而不是对一个政党或者派别的誓词。04/438658。

9Q].lA_lC|@5YEufzqSqU7r;ua)JAnd, my friends even more important than winning the election is governing the nation. That is the test of a political party, the acid, final test. When the tumult and the shouting die, when the bands are gone and the lights are dimmed, there is the stark reality of responsibility in an hour of history haunted with those gaunt, grim specters of strife, dissension,and materialism at home and ruthless, inscrutable, and hostile power abroad.The ordeal of the twentieth century, the bloodiest, most turbulent era of the whole Christian age, is far from over. Sacrifice, patience, understanding, and implacable purpose may be our lot for years to come. Lets face it. Lets talk sense to the American people. Lets tell them the truth, that there are no gains without pains, that there -- that we are now on the eve of great decisions, not easy decisions, like resistance when youre attacked, but a long, patient, costlystruggle which alone can assure triumph over the great enemies of man -- war, poverty, andtyranny -- and the assaults upon human dignity which are the most grievous consequences of each.)MfcRpc~n)CUcrYiX_hF063j5MS)i30HvJA-YYFDqcdQ201202/170083。

THE PRESIDENT: Good morning. This week, Congress began to debate its annual spending bills. The American people expect us to spend their tax dollars wisely, or not at all, and to pursue pro-growth economic policies that will allow us to reduce the deficit while keeping our economy strong. Since my Administration's tax relief was implemented four years ago, our economy has added more than eight million new jobs, and we've experienced 45 months of uninterrupted job growth. With more Americans working and more businesses thriving, our economy has produced record tax revenues. The Treasury Department recently reported that this year's Federal revenues are up eight percent over last year. As a result, our Nation's budget deficit is about one-third lower than it was at this time last year. In addition to pursuing pro-growth tax relief, my Administration is working to reduce the Federal deficit through strict fiscal discipline. Over the past three years, we have met the urgent needs of our Nation while holding the growth of annual domestic spending close to one percent -- well below the rate of inflation. I've also proposed policies that would slow the unsustainable growth of our most serious long-term fiscal challenge: entitlement spending. By keeping taxes low and restraining Federal spending, we can meet my plan to have a balanced budget by 2012. The Democrats in Congress are trying to take us in a different direction. They've passed a budget that would mean higher taxes for American families and job creators, ignore the need for entitlement reform, and pile on hundreds of billions of dollars in new government spending over the next five years. This tax-and-spend approach puts our economic growth and deficit reduction at risk. For months, I've warned the Democrats in Congress that I will not accept an irresponsible tax-and-spend budget. I put Democratic leaders on notice that I will veto bills with excessive levels of spending. And I am not alone in my opposition. In the House, 147 Republicans have pledged to support fiscal discipline by opposing excessive spending. These 147 members are more than one-third needed to sustain my veto of any bills that spend too much. Another key area of difference between my Administration and the Democratic leadership in Congress is my support for meaningful earmark reform. Earmarks are spending provisions that are slipped into bills by individual members of Congress, often at the last hour and without discussion or debate. It's not surprising that this leads to unnecessary Federal spending. And the problem is growing. Over the last decade, the number of earmarks has more than tripled. In January, I proposed reforms that would make the earmark process more transparent, end the practice of concealing earmarks in so-called report language that is never included in legislation, and cut the number and cost of earmarks by at least half. My Administration has also developed the government's first public database of earmarks, and we've posted them on a website: earmarks.omb.gov. On this website, we will also be releasing information on new earmarks, because this Administration wants you to see where your tax dollars are being spent. After I announced my earmark reforms in January, the House passed a rule that called for full disclosure of earmarks. But in the past few weeks, Democratic House leaders announced that they were abandoning this commitment. Instead of full disclosure, they decided they would not make public any earmarks until after Members had aly voted on the spending bills. This change would have allowed a small group of lawmakers and their unelected staff to meet behind closed doors to decide how and where to spend your tax dollars. I'm pleased to report that earlier this week a group of House Republicans stopped this plan and extracted a commitment from House Democrats to list all earmarks in advance and give lawmakers a chance to strike them. The American people need to hold House Democrats accountable for keeping that commitment. In the weeks ahead, my Administration will continue pushing for earmark reform and holding the line on Federal spending. The American people do not want to return to the days of tax and spend policies. They expect accountability and fiscal discipline in Washington, D.C. And I will use my veto to stop tax increases and runaway spending that threaten the strength of our economy and the prosperity of our people. Thank you for listening200801/23796。

Good morning. This week, I held important meetings at the White House about the situation in Iraq.On Monday, I met in the Oval Office with one of Iraq's most influential Shia leaders, His Eminence Abdul Aziz al Hakim. We discussed the desire of the Iraqi people to see their unity government succeed, and how the ed States can help them achieve that goal.On Thursday, I had breakfast with Prime Minister Tony Blair of Britain. We discussed the sectarian violence in Iraq and the need to confront extremists inside Iraq and throughout the region. The Prime Minister explains it this way: "The violence is not ... an accident or a result of faulty planning. It is a deliberate strategy. It is the direct result of outside extremists teaming up with internal extremists -- al Qaeda with [the] Sunni insurgents, [and Iran with] Shia militia -- to foment hatred and thus throttle at birth the possibility of non-sectarian democracy."The Prime Minister and I also discussed the report I received this week from the Iraq Study Group, chaired by former Secretary of State James Baker and former Congressman Lee Hamilton. Their report provides a straightforward picture of the grave situation we face in Iraq. The Iraq Study Group's report also explicitly endorses the strategic goal we've set in Iraq: an Iraq that can "govern itself, sustain itself, and defend itself."The report went on to say, "In our view, this definition entails an Iraq with a broadly representative government that maintains its territorial integrity, is at peace with its neighbors, denies terrorism a sanctuary, and doesn't brutalize its own people. Given the current situation in Iraq, achieving this goal will require much time and will depend primarily on the actions of the Iraqi people."I agree with this assessment. I was also encouraged that the Iraq Study Group was clear about the consequences of a precipitous withdrawal from Iraq. The group declared that such a withdrawal would "almost certainly produce greater sectarian violence" and lead to "a significant power vacuum, greater human suffering, regional destabilization, and a threat to the global economy." The report went on to say, "If we leave and Iraq descends into chaos, the long-range consequences could eventually require the ed States to return."The Iraq Study Group understands the urgency of getting it right in Iraq. The group also understands that while the work ahead will not be easy, success in Iraq is important, and success in Iraq is possible. The group proposed a number of thoughtful recommendations on a way forward for our country in Iraq. My administration is reviewing the report, and we will seriously consider every recommendation. At the same time, the Pentagon, the State Department, and the National Security Council are finishing work on their own reviews of our strategy in Iraq. I look forward to receiving their recommendations. I want to hear all advice as I make the decisions to chart a new course in Iraq.I thank the members of the Iraq Study Group for their hard work and for the example of bipartisanship that they have set. The group showed that Americans of different political parties can agree on a common goal in Iraq and come together on ways to achieve it. Now it is the responsibility of all of us in Washington -- Republicans and Democrats alike -- to come together and find greater consensus on the best way forward.As part of this effort, I met this week with House and Senate leaders from both parties, as well as senior members of the Armed Services, Foreign Relations, and Intelligence Committees. We had productive discussions about our shared duty to forge a bipartisan approach to succeed in Iraq. The future of a vital region of the world and the security of the American people depend on victory in Iraq. I'm confident that we can move beyond our political differences and come together to achieve that victory. I will do my part.Thank you for listening.throttle at birth : 扼杀在摇篮里200703/11248。

暂无音频REMARKS BY THE PRESIDENT AT SIGNING OF CHILDREN'S HEALTH INSURANCE PROGRAM LEGISLATIONEast Room, The White HouseFebruary 4, THE PRESIDENT: All right. Please, everybody have a seat. This is good. This is good. (Laughter and applause.) Today, with one of the first bills that I sign -- reauthorizing the Children's Health Insurance Program -- we fulfill one of the highest responsibilities that we have: to ensure the health and well-being of our nation's children.It's a responsibility that's only grown more urgent as our economic crisis deepens, as health care costs have exploded and millions of working families are unable to afford health insurance. Today in America, 8 million children are still uninsured -- more than 45 million Americans altogether. And it's hard to overstate the toll this takes on families: the sleepless nights worrying about somebody getting hurt, or praying that a sick child gets better on her own; the decisions that no parent should ever have to make -- how long to put off that doctor's appointment, whether to fill that prescription, whether to let a child play outside, knowing that all it takes is one accident, one injury, to send your family into financial ruin.The families joining us today know these realities firsthand. When Gregory Secrest, from Martinsville, Virginia, lost his job back in August, his kids lost their health care. When he broke the news to his family, his nine-year-old son -- where are you? -- that's you, I thought so -- (laughter) -- handed over his piggy bank with in it, and told his father, "Daddy, if you need it, you take it."Now, this is not who we are. We're not a nation that leaves struggling families to fend for themselves, especially when they've done everything right. No child in America should be receiving his or her primary care in the emergency room in the middle of the night. No child should be falling behind at school because he can't hear the teacher or see the blackboard. I refuse to accept that millions of our children fail to reach their full potential because we fail to meet their basic needs. In a decent society, there are certain obligations that are not subject to tradeoffs or negotiations, and health care for our children is one of those obligations. (Applause.) That is why we have passed this legislation. These legislators have passed this legislation on a bipartisan basis to continue coverage for 7 million children, cover an additional 4 million children in need, and finally lift the ban on states providing insurance to legal immigrant children if they choose to do so. (Applause.) Since it was created more than 10 years ago, the Children's Health Insurance Program has been a lifeline for millions of children whose parents work full time and don't qualify for Medicaid, but through no fault of their own don't have -- and can't afford -- private insurance. For millions of children who fall into that gap, CHIP has provided care when they're sick and preventive services to help them stay well. This legislation will allow us to continue and build on these successes.But, as I think everybody here will agree, this is only the first step. The way I see it, providing coverage to 11 million children through CHIP is a down payment on my commitment to cover every single American. (Applause.) And it is just one component of a much broader effort to finally bring our health care system into the 21st century. And that's why the Economic Recovery and Reinvestment Plan that's now before Congress is so important.Now, think about this -- if Congress passes this recovery plan, in just one month, we will have done more to modernize our health care system than we've done in the past decade.We'll be on our way to computerizing all of America's medical records, which won't just -- (applause) -- it won't -- won't just eliminate inefficiencies, won't just save billions of dollars and create tens of thousands of jobs -- but it will save lives by reducing deadly medical errors. We'll have made the single largest investment in prevention and wellness in history -- tacking problems like smoking and obesity, and helping people live longer, healthier lives. And we'll have extended health insurance for the unemployed, so that workers who lose their jobs don't lose their health care, too. (Applause.) Now let me say this. In the past few days I've heard criticisms of this plan that frankly echo the very same failed theories that helped lead us into this crisis in the first place -- the notion that tax cuts alone will solve all our problems; that we can address this enormous crisis with half-steps and piecemeal measures and tinkering around the edges; that we can ignore fundamental challenges like the high cost of health care and still expect our economy and our country to thrive.I reject these theories, and, by the way, so did the American people when they went to the polls in November and voted resoundingly for change. (Applause.) So I urge members of Congress to act without delay. No plan is perfect, and all of us together, Democrats and Republicans, should work to make it stronger. But let's not make the perfect the enemy of the essential. Let's show people all over our country who are looking for leadership, who are desperate for leadership right now, that in difficult times we're equal to the task. Let's give America's families the support they need to weather this crisis.In the end, that's really all that people like the Secrests are looking for -- the chance to work hard, and to have that hard work translate into a good life for their children. I'm pleased to report that the Secrest story had a happy ending -- it turned out that Gregory's two sons were eligible for SCHIP, and they are now fully covered, much to his relief and his wife's relief. I think Gregory put it best when he said: "Kids look at us and think that we will take of them." That's -- every parent here has the experience. You look at your children and you know that they're looking back at you and they're saying, "You're going to take care of me, aren't you?" That's our job, to keep them health -- healthy and to keep them safe, and to let them dream as big as their dreams will take them.That's what I think about when I tuck my own girls into bed each night. And that's what I want for every child, every family in this nation. That's why it's so important that Congress passes our recovery plan so we can get to work rebuilding America's health care system.It won't be easy; it won't happen all at once. But this bill that I'm about to sign, that wasn't easy, either. (Laughter.) It didn't happen all at once, either. And yet, here it is, waiting for me to sign. The bill I sign today is a critical first step. So I want to thank all of the state and local officials, all the advocates and ordinary Americans across this great country who fought so hard to get it passed. I want to personally thank every single member of Congress who is here -- a bipartisan group who worked tirelessly -- (applause) -- worked tirelessly for so long that we could see this day. And I want you all to know that I am confident that if we work together, if we come together, we can finally achieve what generations of Americans have fought for and fulfill the promise of health care in our time.So thank you very much, everybody. Thank you. (Applause.) (The bill is signed.) (Applause.)02/61861。

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Earlier today, President Obama discussed the 2011 budget, reflecting on the challenges for the country and the steps the administration is taking to meet them. While acknowledging that the inherited .3 trillion deficit from the previous administration can’t be brought down overnight, he relayed his continuing efforts to rein in spending and "lay a new foundation for lasting growth."The President mentioned essential investments in areas of clean energy and scientific research included in the budget to foster jobs of the future. He proposed a 6 percent increase in funding for the Education Department to revitalize community colleges and make colleges more affordable. "In the 21st century there is no better anti-poverty program than a world-class education."201002/96118。

There has been a change of government.政府发生了变化。It began two years ago, when the House of Representatives became Democratic by a decisive majority.这种变化开始于两年前民主党在众议院取得决定性多数席位的时候,It has now been completed. The Senate about to assemble will also be Democratic.现在已告完成。即将组成的参议院也将由民主党占据多数席位。The offices of President and Vice-President have been put into the hands of Democrats.总统和副总统的职务都已交与民主党人执掌。What does the change mean? That is the question that is uppermost in our minds to-day.这种变化意味着什么呢?这是如今盘旋于我们脑海中的最主要的问题。That is the question I am going to try to answer, in order, if I may, to interpret the occasion.这也是今天我要试图回答的问题,如果可以的话,我要阐明其中的缘由。It means much more than the mere success of a party.这种变化何止意味着一个政党的胜利。The success of a party means little except when the Nation is using that party for a large and definite purpose.一个政党的胜利是不足称道的,除非国家要利用这个政党达到一个重大而明确的目标,No one can mistake the purpose for which the Nation now seeks to use the Democratic Party.谁都不会误解国家现在想利用民主党所要达到的目的。It seeks to use it to interpret a change in its own plans and point of view.它要利用民主党来阐明国家的规划和立场中的某种变化。Some old things with which we had grown familiar, and which had begun to creep into the very habit of our thought and of our lives,某些陈旧的事物虽已为我们所熟悉,并已开始不知不觉地进入我们的思想习惯和生活习惯,have altered their aspect as we have latterly looked critically upon them, with fresh, awakened eyes;但是,当我们后来以新的、觉醒的眼光批判地看待这些事物时,它们却面目全非,have dropped their disguises and shown themselves alien and sinister.卸下了伪装,显得陌生而又邪恶。Some new things, as we look frankly upon them, willing to comprehend their real character,而某些新生事物,当我们实事求是地看待并愿意了解它们的实质时,have come to assume the aspect of things long believed in and familiar, stuff of our own convictions.便开始呈现出我们久已相信和熟悉的事物特征,即我们自己坚信不移的那些东西。We have been refreshed by a new insight into our own life.我们以一种新的眼光来洞察自己的生活,从而我们的精神也为之一振。We see that in many things that life is very great.从许多方面来看,生活是非常伟大的。It is incomparably great in its material aspects, in its body of wealth, in the diversity and sweep of its energy,它在物质方面,在财富数量方面,在能量的多样性和威力方面,in the industries which have been conceived and built up by the genius of individual men and the limitless enterprise of groups of men.在以个人天赋和群体的无限创造力所构想、建立起来的工业方面,都是无比伟大的,It is great, also, very great, in its moral force.它在道德力量方面是伟大的,而且同样是极其伟大的。Nowhere else in the world have noble men and women exhibited in more striking forms the beauty and the energy of sympathy世界上再没有什么地方有这样高尚的男女能如此出色地表现出同情、and helpfulness and counsel in their efforts to rectify wrong, alleviate suffering, and set the weak in the way of strength and hope.互助、协商的美妙境界和巨大能量。他们努力补偏救弊、弥患纾难,扶助弱者以增加力量和希望。We have built up, moreover, a great system of government, which has stood through a long age as in many respects a model for those不仅如此,我们还建立起了一个伟大的政治体制,这个政治体制在很长一段时期中经受了考验,who seek to set liberty upon foundations that will endure against fortuitous change, against storm and accident.在很多方面成为那些试图把自由建立在经得起偶然变故、狂风暴雨和意外事件的基础上的人们的楷模。Our life contains every great thing, and contains it in rich abundance.我们的生活拥有一切伟大事物,丰富而充足。But the evil has come with the good, and much fine gold has been corroded. With riches has come inexcusable waste.但是,罪恶与善良俱来,纯金常被腐蚀。不可原谅的浪费与富足并至。We have squandered a great part of what we might have used, and have not stopped to conserve the exceeding bounty of nature,我们浪费了一大部分本来可资利用的东西,我们至今还没有停止挥霍浪费,来保存大自然的慷慨恩赐。without which our genius for enterprise would have been worthless and impotent, scorning to be careful, shamefully prodigal as well as admirably efficient.如果没有这些恩赐,我们的创业天赋很可能变得毫无价值和无所作为,我们鄙视谨慎行事,我们的生产效率固然值得赞美,我们的浪费却十分可耻。02/444783。