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President Bush Signs H.R. 6304, FISA Amendments Act of 2008THE PRESIDENT: Thank you. Welcome to the Rose Garden. Today Im pleased to sign landmark legislation that is vital to the security of our people. The bill will allow our intelligence professionals to quickly and effectively monitor the communications of terrorists abroad while respecting the liberties of Americans here at home. The bill I sign today will help us meet our most solemn responsibility: to stop new attacks and to protect our people. Members of my administration have made a vigorous case for this important law. I want to thank them and I also want to thanks the members of the House and the Senate whove worked incredibly hard to get this legislation done. Mr. Vice President, welcome.Respect the members of the Senate and the House whove joined us -- Senate Republican Whip Jon Kyl; John Boehner, House Republican Leader; Roy Blunt, House Republican Whip. I do want to pay special tribute to Congressman Steny Hoyer, House Majority Leader, for his hard work on this bill. I thank so very much Senator Jay Rockefeller, Chairman of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, and Senator Kit Bond, Vice Chairman, for joining us. I appreciate the hard work of Congressman Silvestre Reyes, Chairman of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, and Congressman Pete Hoekstra, Ranking Member. I also welcome Congressman Lamar Smith, Ranking Member of the House Judiciary. I thank all the other members of the House and Senate who have joined us. I appreciate your very good work.I welcome Attorney General Michael Mukasey, as well as Admiral Mike McConnell, Director of National Intelligence. I appreciate other members of the administration who have joined us. I want to thank the congressional staff who are here, and all the supporters of this piece of legislation.Almost seven years have passed since that September morning when nearly 3,000 men, women and children were murdered in our midst. The attack changed our country forever. We realized America was a nation at war against a ruthless and persistent enemy. We realized that these violent extremists would spare no effort to kill again. And in the aftermath of 9/11, few would have imagined that we would be standing here seven years later without another attack on American soil. The fact that the terrorists have failed to strike our shores again does not mean that our enemies have given up. To the contrary, since 9/11 theyve plotted a number of attacks on our homeland. I can remember standing up here -- I receive briefings on the very real and very dangerous threats that America continues to face.One of the important lessons learned after 9/11 was that Americas intelligence professionals lacked some of the tools they needed to monitor the communications of terrorists abroad. It is essential that our intelligence community know who our enemies are talking to, what theyre saying, and what theyre planning. Last year Congress passed temporary legislation that helped our intelligence community monitor these communications.The legislation I am signing today will ensure that our intelligence community professionals have the tools they need to protect our country in the years to come. The DNI and the Attorney General both report that, once enacted, this law will provide vital assistance to our intelligence officials in their work to thwart terrorist plots. This law will ensure that those companies whose assistance is necessary to protect the country will themselves be protected from lawsuits from past or future cooperation with the government. This law will protect the liberties of our citizens while maintaining the vital flow of intelligence. This law will play a critical role in helping to prevent another attack on our soil.Protecting America from another attack is the most important responsibility of the federal government -- the most solemn obligation that a President undertakes. When I first addressed the Congress after 9/11, I carried a badge by the mother of a police officer who died in the World Trade Center. I pledged to her, to the families of the victims, and to the American people that I would never forget the wound that was inflicted on our country. I vowed to do everything in my power to prevent another attack on our nation. I believe this legislation is going to help keep that promise. And I thank the members who have joined us. And now its my honor to sign the bill.(The bill is signed.) (Applause.)200807/43854。

I am certain that my fellow Americans expect that on my induction into the Presidency I will address them with a candor and a decision我肯定,同胞们都期待我在就任总统时,会像我国目前形势所要求的那样,which the present situation of our Nation impels.坦率而果断地向他们讲话。This is preeminently the time to speak the truth, the whole truth, frankly and boldly.现在正是但白、勇敢地说出实话,说出全部实话的最好时刻,Nor need we shrink from honestly facing conditions in our country today.我们不必畏首畏尾,不着老实实面对我国今天的情况,This great Nation will endure as it has endured, will revive and will prosper.这个伟大的国家会一如既住地坚持下去,它会复兴和繁荣起来。So, first of all, let me assert my firm belief that the only thing we have to fear is fear itself因此,让我首先表明我的坚定信念:我们唯一下得不害怕的就是害怕本身nameless, unreasoning, unjustified terror which paralyzes needed efforts to convert retreat into advance.一种莫明其妙的、丧失理智的、毫无根据的恐惧,它会把转退为进所需的种种努力化为泡影。In every dark hour of our national life a leadership of frankness and vigor has met with that understanding and support of the people themselves which is essential to victory.凡在我国生活阴云密布的时刻,坦率而有活力的领导都得到过人民的理解和持,从而为胜利准备了必不可少的条件。I am convinced that you will again give that support to leadership in these critical days.我相信,在目前危急时刻,大家会再次给予同样的持。In such a spirit on my part and on yours we face our common difficulties.我和你们都要以这种槽神,来面对我们共同的困难。They concern, thank God, only material things.感谢上帝,这些困难只是物质方面的。Values have shrunken to fantastic levels; taxes have risen; our ability to pay has fallen;价值难以想象地贬缩了;课税增加了,我们的付能力下降了;government of all kinds is faced by serious curtailment of income;各级政府面临着严重的收入短缺;the means of exchange are frozen in the currents of trade; the withered leaves of industrial enterprise lie on every side;交换手段在贸易过程中遭到了冻结;工业企业枯萎的落叶到处可见;farmers find no markets for their produce; the savings of many years in thousands of families are gone.农场主的产品找不到销路;千家万户多年的积蓄付之东流。More important, a host of unemployed citizens face the grim problem of existence, and an equally great number toil with little return.更重要的是,大批失业公民正面临严峻的生育问题,还有大批公民正以艰辛的劳动换取微薄的报酬。Only a foolish optimist can deny the dark realities of the moment.只有愚蠢的乐天派会否认当前这些阴暗的现实。Yet our distress comes from no failure of substance. We are stricken by no plague of locusts.但是,我们的苦恼决不是因为缺乏物资。我们没有遭到什么蝗虫灾害。Compared with the perils which our forefathers conquered because they believed and were not afraid, we have still much to be thankful for.我们的先辈曾以信念和无畏一次次转危为安,比起他们经历过的险阻,我们仍大可感到欣慰。Nature still offers her bounty and human efforts have multiplied it.大自然仍在给予我们恩惠,人类的努力已使之倍增。02/63263。

听力文本President Bush's radio address on December 20 THE PRESIDENT: Good morning. Every year during the holidays, families across America gather to celebrate our blessings -- and we unite to share those blessings with others. Particularly in this time of giving, our thoughts turn to fellow citizens who face hardship, or illness, or loneliness. Their burden often seems even greater at Christmastime, yet the hope of this season was meant for them, as well. The American people see these needs -- and they are responding, as always, with great generosity. Just this week, a government report found that more than 63 million Americans volunteered over the past year -- about 4 million more than in the year before. On average, volunteers gave 52 hours -- more than a full week of work -- of their year in service to others. This increase in volunteering is evidence of the new culture of service we are building in America, especially among young people. Nearly two years ago, I created the USA Freedom Corps to continue the momentum generated by the countless acts of kindness we saw after the attacks of September the 11th, 2001. I asked every person in America to commit 4,000 hours over a lifetime -- or about 100 hours a year -- to serving neighbors in need. The response was immediate and enthusiastic, and has remained strong. Over 75,000 service organizations now work with USA Freedom Corps, and a growing percentage of Americans have answered the call to service. Americans are volunteering in every region of the country, and in nearly every part of the world. Many communities have formed Citizens Corps Councils to train neighborhoods in emergency response. About 50,000 people are enrolled in AmeriCorps, which carries out vital work in education, the environment, and homeland security. And the Peace Corps expanded to over 75,000 volunteers in 2003 -- the highest level of participation in almost three decades. Every time I travel in America, I have the honor to meet some of our country's most dedicated volunteers. They include people like Phuong Nguyen, a high school student in Denver who gives hours of her free time to lead service projects for the American Red Cross; and Ana Cooper of Miami, who helps senior citizens with daily needs like grocery shopping; and Bill Sellers, an 83 year old man from Houston who has dedicated almost half his life to feeding the hungry. Some of the men and women I have met are members of the armed forces, who volunteer time in their communities on top of their service to the nation. And next week, I look forward to helping a generous group from Virginia distribute Angel Tree gifts to children whose parents are in prison. America's 63 million volunteers are setting a fine example for our nation. They are meeting essential needs in their communities -- and they know the fulfillment that only comes from serving a cause greater than self. And many volunteers got started in the same way: because someone asked them. This holiday season, I ask every American to look for a challenge in your own community, and step forward to lend a hand. You can learn about thousands of service opportunities by visiting the USA Freedom Corps website, usafreedomcorps.gov. Many Americans volunteer with their families, allowing them to spend time together while improving the lives of others. And if you find a need that no one else is meeting, you might want to start a group of your own. The high level of volunteerism in our country is encouraging -- though not surprising. America is a compassionate and generous land. With their good works, volunteers are living out the spirit of this season. And year round they are showing the heart and soul of our people -- which is the greatest strength of our nation. Thank you for listening. 200603/5010。

In this week’s address, President Obama laid out a policy agenda that would strengthen our economy and create jobs right here in America by offering tax incentives to businesses that hire new employees, making the research and experimentation tax credit permanent and providing a tax cut for clean energy manufacturing. The President also wants to close tax loopholes worth billions of dollars that encourage companies to invest in overseas, while Republicans in the House have voted 11 times in just the last four years to keep those loopholes open. Download mp4 (102MB) | mp3 (3MB)201010/115918。

THE PRESIDENT: Good morning. On Tuesday, the Senate Judiciary Committee is expected to vote on Judge Michael Mukasey's nomination to be our next Attorney General. I thank the committee for scheduling this vote. I urge them to approve this fine man's nomination, and send it to the full Senate as quickly as possible. In a time of war, it is vital for the President to have a full national security team in place -- and the Attorney General is a key member of that team. The Attorney General is America's top law enforcement officer, with critical responsibilities for preventing terrorist attacks and protecting our Nation. Judge Mukasey is uniquely qualified to fill this vital role. He served nearly two decades on the Federal bench, and some of his most important legal experience is in the area of national security. He presided over the trial of the terrorist known as "the Blind Sheikh" and his co-defendants in the conspiracy to destroy prominent New York City landmarks, including the 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center. And when the World Trade Center was attacked again on September the 11th, 2001, Judge Mukasey quickly reopened his court, even though it was just blocks from Ground Zero. He and other judges in his district worked day and night to ensure that applications for warrants were processed, investigations could proceed, and the rule of law was upheld. This is the kind of leader America needs to head the Department of Justice at this important moment in our history. Judge Mukasey is a man of achievement. He is a man of character. And he has been praised by Republicans and Democrats alike for his honesty, intellect, fairness, and independence. Since I sent his nomination to the Senate, Judge Mukasey has provided nearly six hours of testimony. He patiently answered more than 200 questions during his hearings, and he responded promptly to nearly 500 written questions. Yet some senators are working against his nomination because they want him to take a position on the legality of specific techniques allegedly used to question captured terrorists. As Judge Mukasey explained in a letter to Judiciary Committee members, he cannot give such a legal opinion for several reasons. First, he does not know whether certain methods of questioning are in fact used, because the program is classified, he's not been given access to that information, and therefore he is in no position to provide an informed opinion. Second, he does not want our professional interrogators in the field to take an uninformed opinion he has given in the course of a confirmation hearing as meaning that any conduct of theirs has put them in legal jeopardy. Finally, he does not want an uninformed legal opinion to give terrorists a window into which techniques we may use, and which we may not. That could help them train their operatives to resist questioning, and withhold vital information we need to stop attacks and save lives. Congressional leaders should not make Judge Mukasey's confirmation dependent on his willingness to make a public judgment about a classified program he has not been briefed on. If the Senate Judiciary Committee were to block Judge Mukasey on these grounds, it would set a new standard for confirmation that could not be met by any responsible nominee for Attorney General. And that would guarantee that America would have no confirmed Attorney General during this time of war. Senate leaders should move Judge Mukasey's nomination out of Committee and bring it to the Senate floor for an up or down vote. In this time of war, America needs the best people leading our efforts to protect the American people. With Judge Mukasey serving as Attorney General, our national security team will be stronger -- and the Senate should confirm this good man as quickly as possible. Thank you for listening. 200801/23817。

REMARKS BY THE PRESIDENTAT GRADUATION OF COLUMBUS POLICE DIVISION'S 114TH CLASSAladdin Shrine CenterColumbus, Ohio10:53 A.M. ESTTHE PRESIDENT: Thank you very much. Please, everybody have a seat. Thank you so much.Well, what a wonderful reception. Thank you very much. I want to begin by thanking Mayor Coleman, Director Brown, and the entire Columbus police force for inviting me to be a part of this ceremony. It is a great honor and a privilege to stand with the men and women of this police academy's 114th graduating class. (Applause.) You have studied hard, you have trained tirelessly, and there is no longer any doubt that you will be employed as officers of the law when you leave here today. (Applause.)I also want to just very quickly acknowledge one of the finest governors in the country, who's been just dealing with all kinds of stuff and doing it with grace and aplomb and never breaks a sweat, but is working hard on behalf of his constituency -- Ted Strickland. (Applause.) The Attorney General of the ed States, Eric Holder. (Applause.)I came out here with a number of members of the Ohio congressional delegation, but I want to make a special note of my former colleague when I was in the Senate who is just as passionate about working people as anybody in the country, Sherrod Brown. Give Sherrod a big round of applause. (Applause.)This city of Columbus needs the courage and the commitment of this graduating class to keep it safe, to make sure that people have the protection that they need. This economy needs your employment to keep it running. Just this morning we learned that we lost another 651,000 jobs throughout the country in the month of February alone, which brings the total number of jobs lost in this recession to an astounding 4.4 million.Four point four million jobs. I don't need to tell the people of this state what statistics like this mean, because so many of you have been watching jobs disappear long before this recession hit. And I don't need to tell this graduating class what it's like to know that your job might be next, because up until a few weeks ago, that is precisely the future that this class faced -– a future that millions of Americans still face right now.Well, that is not a future I accept for the ed States of America. (Applause.) That is why I signed the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act into law. (Applause.)Now there were those -- there were those who argued that our recovery plan was unwise and unnecessary. They opposed the very notion that government has a role in ending the cycle of job loss at the heart of this recession. There are those who believe that all we can do is repeat the very same policies that led us here in the first place.But I also know that this country has never responded to a crisis by sitting on the sidelines and hoping for the best. I know that throughout our history, we have met every great challenge with bold action and big ideas. That's what's fueled a shared and lasting prosperity. And I know that at this defining moment for America we have a responsibility to ourselves and to our children to do it once again. We have a responsibility to act, and that's what I intend to do as President of the ed States of America. (Applause.)So for those who still doubt the wisdom of our recovery plan, I ask them to talk to the teachers who are still able to teach our children because we passed this plan. I ask them to talk to the nurses who are still able to care for our sick, and the firefighters and first responders who will still be able to keep our communities safe. I ask them to come to Ohio and meet the 25 men and women who will soon be protecting the streets of Columbus because we passed this plan. (Applause.) I look at these young men and women, I look into their eyes and I see their badges today and I know we did the right thing.These jobs and the jobs of so many other police officers and teachers and firefighters all across Ohio will now be saved because of this recovery plan -– a plan that will also create jobs in every corner of this state. Last week, we announced that Ohio would receive 8 million that will put people to work renovating and rebuilding affordable housing. (Applause.) On Tuesday -- on Tuesday I announced that we'd be sending another 5 million to Ohio that will create jobs rebuilding our roads, our bridges, and our highways. (Applause.) And yesterday, Vice President Biden announced 0 million for this state that will go towards expanding mass transit and buying fuel-efficient buses -– money that will be putting people to work, getting people to work. (Applause.)03/63948。

Thank you. Thank you so much. 谢谢你们。非常感谢你们。Thank you, Chuck, for that very kind introduction. 谢谢你,查克,谢谢你非常热情的介绍。Chuck is a proud police officer, he’s the proud parent of a police officer, and he has dedicated his life to law enforcement and their families.查克是一位令人骄傲的警官,他的父母因他是一位警官而感到骄傲,他把毕生精力都献给了执法和他们的家庭。So I want to thank him for his extraordinary service.所以我要感谢他的特殊贡献。I want to recognize the entire Fraternal Order of Police and its leadership, including Jim Pasco, for all your work on behalf of those who wear the badge. 我想要认识整个警察兄弟会和其领导,包括吉姆?帕斯科,你们所有的工作代表着佩戴徽章的人们。I’d like to recognize FOP Auxiliary President Linda Hennie, all the members of the FOP Auxiliary, members of Congress including Speaker Boehner, Congressman Hoyer, and Senator Leahy, as well as members of my administration.我想认识警察兄弟会主席辅助琳达?海宁,全体警察兄弟会的辅助,国会成员,包括发言人纳,众议员豪尔,参议员莱希以及我政府的成员们。And most of all, I want to acknowledge and thank the families of those who have fallen. 而且最重要的是,我要感谢,感谢那些已经逝去警官们的家庭。As Scripture tells us, “Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called sons of God.” 正如圣经告诉我们的那样,“和平的使者会受到祝福,因为他们将被称为上帝之子。”Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called sons of God. 和平的使者会受到祝福,因为他们将被称为上帝之子。Our country’s law enforcement officers use force when they have to. 我们国家的执法人员当不得不使用的时候才会使用武力。They are well armed and they are well trained. 他们装备精良而且训练有素。But they never forget that theirs is a mission of peace. 但是他们永远不会忘记自己的和平使命。Their job is to keep the peace, to allow all of us to enjoy peace in our neighborhoods and for our families.他们的工作是保卫和平,让我们在我们社区和使我们的家人都享受和平。And today, with heavy hearts, we honor those who gave their lives in the service of that mission. 今天,怀着沉重的心情,我们纪念那些在这些任务中献出了自己生命的人们。Their families are in our thoughts and prayers, as we remember the quiet courage of the men and women we have lost.我们思念并为他们的家人们祈祷,因为我们记得已经失去的男性和女性们那份平静的勇气。These are officers like Detective John Falcone, of Poughkeepsie, New York.警官们中有些人像纽约波基普西的侦探约翰?法尔科恩。In February, Detective Falcone responded to a shot fired call on Main Street. 在2月,法尔科恩侦探接到一起主要街道上的击事件。And when he arrived on the scene, he saw a man holding a gun with one hand, and a small child with the other.当他赶到事故现场时,他看见一个人用一手拿,一手挟持着一位小孩。In a situation like that, every instinct pushes us towards self-preservation. 在那样的情境下,每一种本都会推动我们进行自我保护。But when the suspect fled, still holding the child, Detective Falcone didn’t think twice. 而当嫌疑犯逃离时仍然挟持着孩子,侦探法尔科恩没有过多考虑。He took off in pursuit, and tragically, in the struggle that followed, he was shot and killed.他立即开始追踪,不幸的是,在随后的战斗中,他被开射杀致死。He is survived by his parents.他的父母白发人送黑发人。But there’s another survivor as well: A three-year old child who might not be alive today had it not been for the sacrifice of a hero who gave his life for another.但还有另一位幸存者:一个三岁的孩子,如果不是英雄牺牲生命,将自己的生命奉献给他,这个孩子可能不会活到今天。This willingness to risk everything for a complete stranger is extraordinary. 这种敢于为一个完全陌生人冒险的意志是非凡的。And yet, among our nation’s law enforcement officers, it is also commonplace. 然而,在我们国家的执法人员中,这已经司空见惯。Last summer, the North Platte River was running high near Douglas, Wyoming. 去年夏天,北普拉特河在怀俄明州道格拉斯附近水势湍急。When a teenage girl got caught in the current, Deputy Bryan Gross, of the Converse County Sheriff’s Office,jumped in after her.当一位十几岁的女孩被水流困住,康维斯县警长办公室的副警长布莱恩?格罗斯随即纵身跃入水中救人。The girl was eventually pulled from the water, but Deputy Gross was swept away. 这个女孩最终被从水中救起,但是格罗斯副警长被大水冲走。And he is survived by his wife, Amy. 他留下了妻子,艾米。Today, we remember a man who swore to protect his neighbors, and who kept that promise no matter what the cost. 今天,我们铭记一位发誓要保护他邻居的男人,他履行了自己的承诺,无论付出何种代价。I suspect that at that moment, Deputy Gross wasn’t trying to be a hero; he was just doing his job. 我怀疑在那一刻,格罗斯副警长并非想成为一名英雄,他只是在做他的工作。You can find that bravery, the courage to do your duty, day in and day out, in so many officers across our country.你可以从中发现勇气,去履行你职责的勇气,日复一日,我们整个国家有如此多的这样的警官们。201205/184603。