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2美国总统周末电台演讲:华盛顿白宫奥巴马每周电台演讲 美国总统周末电台演讲:
WASHINGTON— In this week’s address, President Obama called on the American people to come together in the spirit of service and remembrance as we approach the tenth anniversary of the September 11th attacks. All Americans can pay tribute to those who lost their lives during 9/11 by visiting Serve.Gov to find ways to help within their own communities. Through even the smallest of actions, we can reclaim the sense of unity that followed the attacks, and demonstrate that our sense of common purpose is just as strong today as it was ten years ago. as one nation. Americans can once again come together to mark this solemn anniversary with service, and move towards a bright future

Prepared Remarks of President Barack Obama Weekly Address Saturday, August 27, 2011

In just two weeks, we’ll come together, as a nation, to mark the 10th anniversary of the September 11th attacks. loved them. We’ll remember the innocent lives we lost. We’ll stand with the families who We’ll honor the heroic first responders who rushed to the scene and saved so many.

And we’ll pay tribute to our troops and military families, and all those who have served over the past ten years, to keep us safe and strong. We’ll also recall how the worst terrorist attack in American history brought out the best in the American people. country to lend a hand. How Americans lined up to give blood. How volunteers drove across the How communities, faith groups How schoolchildren donated their savings.

and businesses collected food and clothing. We were united, and the outpouring of generosity and compassion reminded us that in times of challenge, we Americans move forward together, as one people. This September 11th, Michelle and I will join the commemorations at Ground Zero, in Shanksville, and at the Pentagon. and Remembrance. But even if you can’t be in New York, Pennsylvania or Virginia, every Once again, 9/11 will be a National Day of Service American can be part of this anniversary.

And in the days and weeks ahead, folks across the country—in all 50 states—will

come together, in their communities and neighborhoods, to honor the victims of 9/11 and to reaffirm the strength of our nation with acts of service and charity.

In Minneapolis, volunteers will help restore a community center.

In Winston-Salem, North In Tallahassee,

Carolina, they’ll hammer shingles and lay floors to give families a new home. In Orange County, California, they’ll renovate homes for our veterans. and I look forward to joining a local service project as well. There are so many ways to get involved, and every American can do something. the opportunities where you live, just go online and visit Serve.gov. spirit of unity that followed 9/11.

Florida, they’ll assemble care packages for our troops overseas and their families here at home. And once again, Michelle To learn more about

Even the smallest act of

service, the simplest act of kindness, is a way to honor those we lost; a way to reclaim that On this 10th anniversary, we still face great challenges as a nation. We’re emerging from the worst economic crisis in our lifetimes. We’re taking the fight to al Qaeda, ending the war in Iraq and starting to bring our troops home from Afghanistan. foundation of our national strength here at home. None of this will be easy. And it can’t be the work of government alone. mark this solemn anniversary, let’s summon that spirit once more. virtue—not just on one day, but every day. As we saw after 9/11, So as we the strength of America has always been the character and compassion of our people. And we’re working to rebuild the

And let’s show that the sense

of common purpose that we need in America doesn’t have to be a fleeting moment; it can be a lasting

3美国总统周末电台演讲:华盛顿白宫奥巴马每周电台演讲 美国总统周末电台演讲:
WASHINGTON— In this week’s address, President Obama spoke to the American people from the Corner Country Farm in Alpha, Illinois on the need to create jobs and strengthen the economy. President Obama reminded the American people that we still have the best workers, entrepreneurs, and students in the world, and called on both parties to come together and act on a series of steps we can take right away to get our nation back to work.

Prepared Remarks of President Barack Obama Weekly Address Saturday, August 20, 2011 Hello from the Country Corner Farm in Alpha, Illinois! For the past few days, I’ve been traveling to small towns and farm towns here in the heartland of this country. I sat down with small business owners in Gutenberg, Iowa; and ranchers and farmers in Peosta. I had lunch with veterans in Cannon Falls, Minnesota; and talked to plant workers at a seed distributor in Atkinson, Illinois. And to the girls volleyball team at Maquoketa High School, let me just say one thing: Go Cardinals. Now, I’m out here for one reason: I think Washington, DC can learn something from the folks in Atkinson and Peosta and Cannon Falls. I think our country would be a whole lot better off if our

elected leaders showed the same kind of discipline and integrity and responsibility that most Americans demonstrate in their lives every single day. Because, the fact is, we’re going through a tough time right now. We’re coming through a terrible recession; a lot of folks are still looking for work. A lot of people are getting by with smaller paychecks or less money in the cash register. So we need folks in Washington – the people whose job it is to deal with the country’s problems, the people who you elected to serve – we need them to put aside their differences to get things done. There are things we can do right now that will mean more customers for businesses and more jobs across the country. We can cut payroll taxes again, so families have an extra $1,000 to spend. We can pass a road construction bill so construction crews – now sitting idle – can head back to the worksite, rebuilding roads, bridges, and airports. We’ve got brave, skilled Americans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan. Let’s connect them with businesses that could use their skills. And let’s pass trade deals to level the playing field for our businesses. We have Americans driving Hyundais and Kias. Well, I want to see folks in Korea driving Fords, Chevys and Chryslers. I want more products sold around the globe stamped with three words: Made in America. These are commonsense ideas – ideas that have been supported by both Democrats and Republicans. The only thing holding them back is politics. The only thing preventing us from passing these bills is the refusal by some in Congress to put country ahead of party. That’s the problem we have right now. That’s what’s holding this country back. That’s what we have to change. Because, for all the knocks we’ve taken, despite all the challenges we face, this is still the greatest country on earth. We still have the best workers and farmers, entrepreneurs and businesses, students and scientists. And you can see that here in Alpha. You can see it along the country roads that connect these small towns and farmlands. These past few days, I’ve been seeing little kids with American flags and grandparents in lawn chairs. I’ve shaken hands with folks outside machine shops and churches, corner stores and farms. It reminds me why I got into public service in the first place. Getting out of Washington and spending time with the people of this country – seeing how hard you’re working, how creative you are, how resourceful you are, how determined you are – that only makes me more determined to serve you as best I can as President. And it only makes me more confident in our future. That’s why it’s so important that folks in Washington put country before party. That’s why it’s so important that our elected leaders get past their differences to help grow the economy and put this nation back to work. Because here in Alpha it couldn’t be more clear: if we can come together, there’s no stopping the United States of America. There’s no doubt that our future is bright. Thanks, and have a great weekend.

4美国总统周末电台演讲:华盛顿白宫奥巴马每周电台演讲 美国总统周末电台演讲:
WASHINGTON-In this week’s address, President Obama told the American people that although It is time for Congress to act on the

the United States leads the world in new ideas, innovative businesses and creative entrepreneurs, too many Americans are still struggling to get by. President’s proposals, including extending the payroll tax cut, cutting red tape, and getting our construction workers back to work, so that we can get our economy on firmer ground and ensure

that anyone who wants a job can find one.

President Obama believes the American people deserve

more than political brinksmanship, and urges anyone who is frustrated by the gridlock in Washington to let their elected officials know that it is time to put aside partisanship and act in the best interests of the country.

Remarks Prepared Remarks of President Barack Obama Weekly Address Saturday, August 13, 2011

On Thursday, I visited a new, high-tech factory in Michigan where workers are helping America lead the way in a growing clean energy industry. They were proud of their work, and they should be. They’re not just showing us a path out of the worst recession in generations – they’re proving that this is still a country where we make things; where new ideas take root and grow; where the best universities, most creative entrepreneurs, and most dynamic businesses in the world call home. They’re proving that even in difficult times, there’s not a country on Earth that wouldn’t trade places with us. That doesn’t mean we don’t face some very tough economic challenges. Many Americans are hurting badly right now. Many have been unemployed for too long. Putting these men and women back to work, and growing wages for everyone, has got to be our top priority. But lately, the response from Washington has been partisanship and gridlock that’s only undermined public confidence and hindered our efforts to grow the economy. So while there’s nothing wrong with our country, there is something wrong with our politics, and that’s what we’ve got to fix. neighbors back to work. The payroll tax cut that put $1,000 back in the average family’s pocket this year? Let’s extend it. Construction workers who’ve been jobless since the housing boom went bust? back to work rebuilding America. goods around the world. Let’s put them Let’s cut red tape in the patent process so entrepreneurs can Because we know there are things Congress can do, right now, to get more money back in your pockets, get this economy growing faster, and get our friends and

get good ideas to market more quickly. Let’s finish trade deals so we can sell more American-made Let’s connect the hundreds of thousands of brave Americans coming home from Iraq and Afghanistan to businesses that need their incredible skills and talents. These are all things we can do right now. So let’s do them. And over the coming weeks, I’ll put forward more proposals to help our businesses hire and create jobs, and won’t stop until

every American who wants a job can find one. But we can no longer let partisan brinksmanship get in our way – the idea that making it through the next election is more important than making things right. That’s what’s holding us back – the fact that some in Congress would rather see their opponents lose than see America win. So you’ve got a right to be frustrated. I am. Because you deserve better. And I don’t think it’s too much for you to expect that the people you send to this town start delivering. Members of Congress are at home in their districts right now. And if you agree with me – whether you’re a Democrat or a Republican or not much of a fan of either – let them know. If you’ve had it with gridlock, and you want them to pass stalled bills that will help our economy right now – let them know. If you refuse to settle for a politics where scoring points is more important than solving problems; if you believe it’s time to put country before party and the interests of our children before our own – let them know. And maybe they’ll get back to Washington ready to compromise, ready to create jobs, ready to get our fiscal house in order – ready to do what you sent them to do. Yes, we’ve still got a long way to go to get to where we need to be. We didn’t get into this mess overnight, and it’s going to take time to get out of it. That’s a hard truth – but it’s no excuse for inaction. After all, America voted for divided government, not dysfunctional And when we come together and find common ground, there’s And government, and we’ve got work to do.

no stopping this country. There’s no stopping our people. There’s no holding us back. there is every reason to believe we’ll get through this storm to a brighter day. Thanks for listening, and have a great weekend.

Elderly Drivers Cause More Deadly Crashes than Teens 老年司机比年轻司机更易引发车祸
The very old may not be Public Enemy Number 1, but they are killing people as never before. 老年人可能不是美国的公众头号敌人,但是他们跟以前不同,正在“谋杀”广大的民众. People on America’s streets and highways. According to a Carnegie Mellon University study, the fatality rate for drivers 85 and over is four times higher than it is for teenagers, who are usually pegged as our most reckless drivers.

jason edward scott bain, Flickr Creative Commons

Two examples: an 86-year-old man who drove his automobile into a crowded farmers’ market in California, killing 10 people. And in one recent year in Florida - the U.S. state with the largest per capita elderly population - drivers over 80 plowed into a Chinese restaurant, post office and state official’s office. In every case, the elderly driver told police that he or she confused the gas and brake pedals. All of these drivers had passed written and visual tests. None fell asleep at the wheel, had been drinking, or was taking strong medications.

George Weller drove the car that crashed into a farmers’ market crowd, killing 10. Because of his age, a judge sentenced him to five years’ probation, not jail time.

Millions of older drivers have never had so much as a speeding ticket in decades of driving. Many self-regulate themselves by driving less often and avoiding frightening high-speed highways. But they can still be a menace on neighborhood streets. Few elderly drivers willingly hand over their keys. Their car is their ultimate, treasured symbol of independence and freedom.

They - and the organizations that represent them - insist that the test for one’s fitness to drive should be the ability to perform, period, not chronological age.

Art Linkletter, the longtime host of children’s television programs, shown here at age 92, campaigned vigorously for stiffer regulation of elderly drivers. But current research suggests that it is complex processing skills, not actual sight or hearing difficulties, that are the root cause of dangerous driving. So some doctors and insurance groups are recommending that seniors take mandatory refresher courses in driving and tests for mental dexterity. Drawing a clock face with the hands in a certain position, for example. The goal, they say, is not to take drivers off the road and give them one more reason to be depressed about getting old. Rather, it’s to keep them driving, but safely.

Unemployment Rises in Spain 西班牙失业率上升
The number claiming unemployment benefits in Spain went up by more than 50,000 last month. 截至上月,西班牙国内申请失业救济金的人数上升至五万名以上. Spain's Labor Ministry says the hike is typical of the month of August but, nonetheless, discouraging. Javier Diaz-Gimenez is a professor of economics at the IESE Business School in Madrid, "Spain has the largest unemployment rate in the euro area and one of the largest unemployment rates in the world. In fact, our employment rate currently is about twice the euro area average and about three times the unemployment rate in Germany." Spain's unemployment rate is more than 20 percent. For those under the age of 25, it is more than 45 percent.

But economic growth does not appear to be on the horizon. Spain, like a number of European nations, is struggling with a major public deficit. Greece, Portugal and Ireland have already had to borrow money from their euro neighbors in order to avoid defaulting on their debts. It has not yet come to that in Spain, and its lawmakers want to keep it that way.

A man offers his queue ticket as people wait in line to enter a government job center in Marbella, Spain, September 2, 2011. On Friday, the lower house of parliament approved an amendment to the constitution that will force the government to keep its deficit low in the future. The legislation is now set to go to parliament's upper house. The controversial move is aimed at calming investor fears over Spain's public finances. Diaz-Gimenez says controlling sovereign debt means hikes in taxes and cuts in public spending, policies that do little to stimulate economic growth. "Policymakers in Spain face this hard choice between growth and budget stability, and they are choosing budget stability because it is the lesser of the two evils". Governments across Europe and beyond are facing a similar conundrum. In Italy, economic experts from around the world gathered for the annual Ambrosetti Economy Forum on Friday. Worries about recession and slow growth opened the talks, with New York University economist Nouriel Roubini warning of a "significant probability" of a double-dip recession. Speaking from the conference, Harvard University Economics Professor Martin Feldstein says the outlook in the United States and across much of Europe is grim, not lest the Spain. "The numbers that we've seen recently for the U.S. on manufacturing, on construction, on consumers' sentiment tell me that the odds have gotten much greater, that the U.S. is going to continue to decline, and that we are going to be in a formal recession before the end of the year. In Europe, again I don't think you can talk about a single outlook for Europe. Germany is strong, Greece is in terrible shape, Spain has 20-plus percent unemployment. So some of the countries are already in economic downturn here in Europe." The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics said Friday that nonfarm payroll employment was unchanged in August, keeping the unemployment rate at 9.1 percent. 14 million Americans are out of work.

Tropical Storm Lee to Soak US Gulf Coast 热带风暴“ 热带风暴“李”将袭墨西哥湾
With Tropical Storm Lee bearing down on the U.S. Gulf Coast, authorities are taking action. 随着热带风暴“李”的步步逼近美国墨西哥湾,有关当局正在采取行动. Oil and gas producers shut down platforms and evacuated workers from the Gulf, and the governors of Mississippi and Louisiana declared states of emergency. 海湾周边的石油和天然气生产平台进行紧急关闭,同时对工人进行疏散.与此同时,密西西比州及路易斯安 那州州长宣布两地进入紧急状态.

Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal warned of the potential for flooding. "This is going to be a slow moving storm. There's going to be a lot of rain, and that water is going to accumulate. And I think the biggest concern is that you're going to have an accumulation of water because that water is going to pile up, it's going to come so quickly and for such a long time it's not going to be able to drain". One of the areas at risk is the Louisiana city of New Orleans. The city is more than two meters below sea level and shaped like a bowl, making it prone to flooding.

Heavy rain clouds from approaching Tropical Storm Lee form over the skyline of New Orleans and the Crescent City Connection bridges at dusk, September 2, 2011. In 2005, New Orleans suffered devastating damage from Hurricane Katrina, and Mayor Mitch Landrieu is urging residents to be ready for Lee. "We are all prepared and should prepare for localised flooding and we've taken all necessary precautions to do that, and we're encouraging citizens in New Orleans to make their preparations. Again, you know, prepare for the worst and hope for the best". National Hurricane Center spokesman Dennis Feltgen says rain is the biggest worry for the city. "The good news for the New Orleans area and all along the southern Louisiana coastline is that we do not expect hurricane force winds such as we saw six years ago with Katrina. However, we do have a concern with the heavy rainfall, so their drainage systems and sewer systems and everything have a lot of water to handle, I know the emergency managers have their hands full watching that". And even though Lee's winds will not reach hurricane strength, Feltgen says they could still pose a risk. "Tropical storm conditions, tropical storm force winds are going to be impacting all of the warning area today, and on top of that, a few tornadoes are possible from southern Louisiana all the way to the far western panhandle of Florida as the storm drifts its way along the coastline". Lee is the 12th named storm of the Atlantic hurricane season. It is hitting the United States just a week after deadly Hurricane Irene ravaged the nation's east coast. Forecasters are also monitoring Hurricane Katia, which regained hurricane status in the Atlantic on Friday, but is not currently a threat to any land area. Experts predicted an active hurricane season this year, and Feltgen says conditions are right on target.

Hurricane Irene Slams US 飓风“艾琳” 飓风“艾琳”肆虐美国

飓风"艾琳"已于8月27日上午在美国东部的北卡罗莱纳州登陆,于美国人而言,这场飓风之灾无疑是在美国 正处债务危机之际雪上加霜.28日降为热带风暴移出美国之际,官方统计显示这场罕见袭击美东内陆地区的 飓风至少造成18人死亡,其中包括两名11岁与15岁的未成年人. 截至华盛顿时间28日下午5时,计有弗吉尼亚、纽约、新泽西、马里兰、北卡罗来纳、宾夕法尼亚、佛罗里 达及康涅狄格8州传出人员死亡消息,总人数为18人. Violent winds, intense rains, massive power outages - telltale signs that Hurricane Irene has hit the United States. The powerful storm barreled ashore Saturday in the eastern state of North Carolina, flooding streets and toppling trees. American Red Cross spokesperson Kate Meier is there, and told VOA that even away from the coast, conditions are worrying. "When I was driving to the shelter, a tree branch hit the windshield of my car, which was terrifying. Fortunately everything was okay, and that's what we're seeing here is some downed branches, but hopefully not a lot of damage in this immediate area. But knowing that I'm 150 miles [241 kilometers] inland and that it's that much worse on the coast is pretty frightening." Along with organizations like the Red Cross, federal, state and local authorities have mobilized resources to confront the storm, which is on track to move up the U.S. East Coast. Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano says officials anticipate heavy rain, flooding and significant power outages throughout the region. There was also a threat of tornadoes. "Irene remains a large and dangerous storm. People need to take it seriously. People need to be prepared." Top emergency coordinators in Washington also got a visit Saturday from President Barack Obama. "This is still obviously going to be a touch-and-go situation for a lot of communities."

Wreckage lies on the ground after several mobile homes were damaged by powerful winds as Hurricane Irene hit the North Carolina coast in New Bern, North Carolina, August 27 Already there have been large-scale evacuations and thousands of flight cancellations. In New York City, the entire public transit system, including subway trains and buses, shut down Saturday for the first time ever. The storm is expected to reach the city and its surrounding areas on Sunday. Red Cross spokesman Steve Bayer is on New York's Long Island, where he said the organization is prepared with shelters that can care for thousands of people. "We have registered nurses, and in some cases, even doctors. And we have a lot of mental health professionals that come to us, volunteer their time to work in our shelters, because it is a pretty heavy load for people who have left their house. They don't know where their animals are." The Red Cross says its response to Irene could be one of the largest it has undertaken in recent memory. The organization is responding in more than a dozen states, and said it could take weeks, even months, to be able to fully address the disaster. National Hurricane Center forecaster Todd Kimberlain said the problem with Irene is its path. "It's dangerous in the sense that this part of the country is not used to receiving many hurricane strikes. In fact, New England has not received a hurricane strike in 20 years. [In] the mid-Atlantic states, the last hurricane was Isabel in 2003, so this is a significant weather system for this part of the country." Kimberlain says Irene is not the strongest hurricane, and nowhere close to 2005's devastating Hurricane Katrina, but he says it is still capable of causing damage

美国总统周末电台演讲: 美国总统周末电台演讲:华盛顿白宫奥巴马每周电台演讲

WASHINGTON— In this week’s address, President Obama marked the tenth anniversary of the September 11th attacks and paid tribute to the first responders, those serving our nation in the military, and those who lost their lives on that tragic day. In the difficult decade since 9/11, our nation has stayed strong in the face of threat, and we have strengthened our homeland security, enhanced our partnerships, and put al Qaeda on the path to defeat. As we look to the future, we will continue to prove that the terrorists who attacked us are no match for the courage, resilience, and endurance of the American people.

Prepared Remarks of President Barack Obama Weekly Address Saturday, September 10 , 2011

This weekend, we’re coming together, as one nation, to mark the 10th anniversary of the September 11th attacks. We’re remembering the lives we lost—nearly 3,000 innocent men, women and children. We’re reaffirming our commitment to always keep faith with their families. We’re honoring the heroism of first responders who risked their lives—and gave their lives—to save others. And we’re giving thanks to all who serve on our behalf, especially our troops and military families—our extraordinary 9/11 Generation. At the same time, even as we reflect on a difficult decade, we must look forward, to the future we will build together. That includes staying strong and confident in the face of any threat. And thanks to the tireless efforts of our military personnel and our intelligence, law enforcement and homeland security professionals—there should be no doubt. al Qaeda is on the path to defeat. We’ve taken the fight to al Qaeda like never before. Over the past two and a half years, more senior al Qaeda leaders have been eliminated than at any time since 9/11. And thanks to the remarkable courage and precision of our forces, we finally delivered justice to Osama bin Laden. We’ve strengthened the partnerships and tools we need to prevail in this war against al Qaeda—working closer with allies and partners; reforming intelligence to better detect and disrupt plots; investing in our Special Forces so terrorists have no safe haven. We’re constantly working to improve the security of our homeland as well—at our airports, ports and borders; enhancing aviation security and screening; increasing support for our first responders; and working closer than ever with states, cities and communities. A decade after 9/11, it’s clear for all the world to see—the terrorists who attacked us that September morning are no match for the character of our people, the resilience of our nation, Today, America is stronger and

or the endurance of our values. They wanted to terrorize us, but, as Americans, we refuse to live in fear. this weekend, we remain vigilant. Yes we face a determined foe, and make no mistake—they will keep trying to hit us again. But as we are showing again We’re doing everything in our power to protect our people. And no matter what comes our way, as a resilient nation, we will carry on. They wanted to draw us in to endless wars, sapping our strength and confidence as a nation. But even as we put relentless pressure on al Qaeda, we’re ending the war in Iraq and beginning to bring our troops home from Afghanistan. building here at home. They wanted to deprive us of the unity that defines us as a people. values, freedoms and diversity that make us unique among nations. And they wanted to undermine our place in the world. But a decade later, we’ve shown that America doesn’t hunker down and hide behind walls of mistrust. We’ve forged new partnerships with And across nations around the world to meet the global challenges that no nation can face alone. to those that want to build, not destroy. Ten years ago, ordinary Americans showed us the true meaning of courage when they rushed up those stairwells, into those flames, into that cockpit. In the decade since, a new generation has stepped forward to serve and keep us safe. In their memory, in their name, we will never waver. We will protect the country we love and pass it safer, stronger and more prosperous to the next generation. But we will not succumb to division or suspicion. We are Americans, and we are stronger and safer when we stay true to the Because after a hard decade of war, it is time for nation

the Middle East and North Africa a new generation of citizens is showing that the future belongs


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