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福州治精索静脉曲张哪个医院好福州市做人工授精哪里最好mp4 视频下载 REMARKS BY THE PRESIDENT IN AN ONLINE TOWN HALL ON HEALTH CARENorthern Virginia Community CollegeAnnandale, VirginiaTHE PRESIDENT: Good to see you guys. Thank you, everybody. Thank you. (Applause.) Thank you, Northern Virginia. Thank you very much. What a wonderful welcome. And I'm so grateful to all of you for taking the time to be here. A couple of quick acknowledgments. First of all, I want to thank President Templin and Chancellor DuBois for their wonderful hospitality. We are grateful to both of them. We've got some extraordinary elected officials -- a few that I want to mention. First of all, you've got one of the finest governors in the country, who also is doing a great job as DNC chair. Please give Tim Kaine a big round of applause. (Applause.) Part of the reason Tim is such a good governor is because he took notes while being lieutenant governor to the former governor and now senator for the state of Virginia, an outstanding public servant, Mark Warner. (Applause.) And three outstanding members of Congress: Bobby Scott, Jim Moran, and Gerry Connolly -- thank you so much, guys, for the great job you do every day. (Applause.)So I know there's all kinds of stuff Valerie was explaining. Don't worry, she's in charge, so she'll organize us. I just want to give a few remarks at the outset, and then we'll save most of the time for questions.First of all, it's wonderful to be here in Annandale, and I'm looking forward to answering questions about what is obviously one of the most important issues facing American families, American businesses, and the American government. But before I begin, I just want to say a few words about where we are as a nation and where we need to go.We're living through extraordinary times -- I don't need to tell you. This generation of Americans -- our generation -- has been called to confront challenges of a magnitude that we have not seen in decades, perhaps unlike anything we've seen in recent history -- challenges that few generations of Americans are asked to face. In addition to the immediate threats that we face -- we've got two wars going on and a very deep recession -- our economy has also been weakened by problems that have plagued us for decades: the crushing cost of health care, the state of our schools, our continuing dependence on foreign oil. Now, I know there are some who say we can't tackle all of these problems; it's too much; Congress can't handle it; the President is juggling too many things; my administration is taking on too much too soon; we're moving too fast.What I say is that America has waited long enough for action on these issues. It's not too soon to fix our schools when we know that if our children are not prepared they are not going to compete in the 21st century. It's not too soon to wean ourselves off of dirty sources of energy so that we can grab hold of a clean energy future. We've been talking about clean energy since Richard Nixon. And it's time for us to act. And I congratulate, by the way, the House of Representatives for beginning action this past week on a historic clean energy bill. It's also not too soon to reform our health care system, which we've been talking about since Teddy Roosevelt was President.We are at a defining moment for this nation. If we act now, then we can rebuild our economy in a way that makes it strong, competitive, sustainable and prosperous once more. We can lead this century the same way that we led the last century. But if we don't act, if we let this moment pass, we could see this economy just sputter along for decades -- a slow, steady decline in which the chances for our children and our grandchildren are fewer than the opportunities that were given to us. And that's contrary to the history of America. One of our core ideas has always been that we leave the next generation better off than us. And that's why we have to act right now. I know that people say the costs of fixing our problems are great -- and in some cases, they are. The costs of inaction, of not doing anything, are even greater. They're unacceptable. And that's why this town hall and this debate that we're having around health care is so important. Let me just give a few statistics. Many of you aly know these. In the last nine years, premiums have risen three times faster than wages for the average family. I don't need to tell you this because you've seen it in your own lives. Even if you've got health insurance -- and 46 million people don't -- if you've got health insurance, you have seen your costs double. They've gone up three times faster than wages. If we do nothing, then those costs are just going to keep on going higher and higher. In recent years, over one-third of small businesses have reduced benefits and many have dropped coverage altogether since the early '90s -- not because small business owners don't want to provide benefits to their workers, but they just simply can't afford it; they don't have the money. If we don't act, that means that more people are going to lose coverage and more people are going to lose their jobs because those businesses are not going to be competitive. Unless we act, within a decade, one out of every we earn will be spent on health care. And for those who rightly worry about deficits, the amount our government spends on Medicare and Medicaid will eventually grow larger than what our government spends today on everything else combined -- everything else combined. The Congressional Budget Office just did a study that showed that when you look at the rising costs of entitlement, 90 percent of it is Medicare and Medicaid -- it's not Social Security -- 90 percent of it comes from the federal share of health care costs. So if we want to control our deficits, the only way for us to do it is to control health care costs. Now, those are all abstractions, those are numbers. But many of you know that this translates into pain and heartache in a very personal way for families all across America. I know because during the two years that I campaigned for President every town hall meeting I had, people would raise horrible stories about their experiences in the medical system. And now that I'm President, I'm hearing those same stories. I get 10 letters a day -- out of the 40,000 or so that the White House receives, my staff selects 10 for me to every single day. And at least half of them relate to a story about somebody who has been denied coverage because of a preexisting condition, or somebody who finds out that what they thought was going to be a 0 bill ends up being a ,000 bill.I was at a town hall meeting in Green Bay, Wisconsin, met a young woman, 36 years old, has breast cancer that's metastasized. She's got two small children. Her and her husband are both employed, both have health insurance, and yet she still has ,000 worth of debt. And all she's thinking about right now is, instead of thinking about how to get well, she's thinking, if I don't survive this, my main legacy to my children may be another ,000 worth of debt.Everybody here knows stories like that. Some of you have experienced them personally. So this is a problem that we can't wait to fix. It's not something that we're going to keep on putting off indefinitely. This is about who we are as a country. And that's why we are going to pass health care reform -- not 10 years from now, not five years from now; we are going to pass it this year. (Applause.) That is my commitment. We're going to get it done. (Applause.)Now, we've aly started to see some progress in Washington. Those who said we couldn't do it, they're aly being surprised, because as a consequence of us pushing, suddenly the drug companies and the insurance companies and the hospitals, all of them are starting to realize this train is leaving the station, we better get on board. So just a few weeks ago, the pharmaceutical industry agreed to billion in spending reductions that we can use to close the so-called "doughnut hole." Some of you know what the "doughnut hole" is, right, where senior citizens who are on the prescription drug plan under Medicaid, they get their drugs reimbursed up to a certain point, and then suddenly there's a gap until it reaches thousands of dollars in out-of-pocket costs.And so we've struck a deal with the drug companies; they're willing to cut those costs for seniors in half. Aly we're seeing that when we put pressure to reform the system, then these industries are going to have to respond. Last month, doctors and hospitals, labor and business, insurers and drug companies all came together and agreed to decrease the annual rate of health care growth by 1.5 percent -- that would translate into trillion or more of savings over the next decade. And that would mean lower costs for everybody, for ordinary families. In the past two weeks, the committee in the Senate, led by Senator Kennedy and Senator Dodd, have made tremendous progress on a plan to hold down costs, improve patient care, and ensure that you won't lose your coverage even if you lose your job, or if you change your job, or you've got a preexisting medical condition. But now we need to finish the job. There's no doubt that we have to preserve what's best in the health care system, and that means allowing Americans who like their doctor and their health care plan to keep their plan. And that's going to be a priority for us. (Applause.) But we also have to fix what's broken about the system, and that means permanently bringing down costs and giving more choice for everyone. And to do this, we've got to do a couple of things. We have to build on the investments that we've made in electronic medical records. We aly made those investments in the Recovery Act -- because when everything is digitalized, all your records -- your privacy is protected, but all your records on a digital form -- that reduces medical errors. It means that nurses don't have to the scrawl of doctors when they are trying to figure out what treatments to apply. That saves lives; that saves money; and it will still ensure privacy. We need to invest in prevention and wellness that help Americans live longer, healthier lives. We know this saves money. If we can help somebody control obesity, they are less likely to get diabetes. And if they are less likely to get diabetes that means that we are going to be saving a whole lot of money in hospital costs.07/76384福州输卵管疏通多少钱 亲,你们想拥有一口流利的英语口语吗?你们想像世界名人一样拥有敏锐的智慧、滔滔不绝的口才吗?在这里,大家不但可以聆听抑扬顿挫的英文,而且还可以学习到名人的过人之处,相信会受益匪浅的!听,他们来了......201201/169248Download Video: mp4 (633MB) | mp3 (61MB) 201107/143660晋安区检查精液大约多少钱

三明市做造影到哪家医院[Nextpage视频演讲]President Obama urges the Senate to stand up for ordinary Americans and pass the DISCLOSE Act, a bipartisan bill passed by the House of Representatives which will require corporate political advertisers to reveal who’s funding their activities.Download mp4 (53MB) | mp3 (5MB) [Nextpage文本]THE PRESIDENT: Good afternoon, everybody. Tomorrow there’s going to be a very important vote in the Senate about how much influence special interests should have over our democracy. Because of the Supreme Court’s decision earlier this year in the Citizens ed case, big corporations –- even foreign-controlled ones –- are now allowed to spend unlimited amounts of money on American elections. They can buy millions of dollars worth of TV ads –- and worst of all, they don’t even have to reveal who’s actually paying for the ads. Instead, a group can hide behind a name like “Citizens for a Better Future,” even if a more accurate name would be “Companies for Weaker Oversight.” These shadow groups are aly forming and building war chests of tens of millions of dollars to influence the fall elections. Now, imagine the power this will give special interests over politicians. Corporate lobbyists will be able to tell members of Congress if they don’t vote the right way, they will face an onslaught of negative ads in their next campaign. And all too often, no one will actually know who’s really behind those ads. So the House has aly passed a bipartisan bill that would change all this before the next election. The DISCLOSE Act would simply require corporate political advertisers to reveal who’s funding their activities. So when special interests take to the airwaves, whoever is running and funding the ad would have to appear in the advertisement and claim responsibility for it -– like a company’s CEO or the organization’s biggest contributor. And foreign-controlled corporations and entities would be restricted from spending money to influence American elections -- just as they were in the past.Now, you’d think that making these reforms would be a matter of common sense, particularly since they primarily involve just making sure that folks who are financing these ads are disclosed so that the American people can make up their own minds. Nobody is saying you can’t run the ads -- just make sure that people know who in fact is behind financing these ads. And you’d think that reducing corporate and even foreign influence over our elections would not be a partisan issue. But of course, this is Washington in 2010. And the Republican leadership in the Senate is once again using every tactic and every maneuver they can to prevent the DISCLOSE Act from even coming up for an up or down vote. Just like they did with unemployment insurance for Americans who’d lost their jobs in this recession. Just like they’re doing by blocking tax credits and lending assistance for small business owners. On issue after issue, we are trying to move America forward, and they keep on trying to take us back. At a time of such challenge for America, we can’t afford these political games. Millions of Americans are struggling to get by, and their voices shouldn’t be drowned out by millions of dollars in secret, special interest advertising. The American people’s voices should be heard. A vote to oppose these reforms is nothing less than a vote to allow corporate and special interest takeovers of our elections. It is damaging to our democracy. It is precisely what led a Republican President named Theodore Roosevelt to tackle this issue a century ago. Back then, President Roosevelt warned of the dangers of limitless corporate spending in our political system. He actually called it “one of the principal sources of corruption in our political affairs.” And he proposed strict limits on corporate influence in elections not because he was opposed to them expressing their views in the halls of democracy, but he didn’t want everybody else being drowned out. He said, “Every special interest is entitled to justice, but no one is entitled” -- “not one is entitled to a vote in Congress, or a voice on the bench, or to representation in any public office,” because he understood those weren’t individual voters -- these are amalgams of special interests. They have the right to hire their lobbyists. They have the right to put forward their view. They even have the right to advertise. But the least we should be able to do is know who they are.So on Tuesday we face the sort of challenge that Teddy Roosevelt talked about over a century ago. We’ve got a similar opportunity to prevent special interests from gaining even more clout in Washington. This should not be a Democratic issue or a Republican issue. This is an issue that goes to whether or not we’re going to have a government that works for ordinary Americans; a government of, by and for the people.That’s why these reforms are so important, and that’s why I urge the Senate to pass the DISCLOSE Act.Thank you.END2:55 P.M. EDT[Nextpage相关报道] 【相关中文报道】美国总统奥巴马表示,他希望有一个获得两党持的金融改革法案,但不会接受为特殊利益集团留下漏洞。  奥巴马指出,任何反对改革的人将令纳税人陷入圈套。这番目前为止措辞最为严厉的言论针对的是最近数日有共和党人加大力度试图削弱金融改革法案的条款。  奥巴马重申,金融业改革法案必须包括对衍生品、交易量巨大的金融工具加以强有力的监管,它们造成了经济危机,并成为如何监管华尔街的争论焦点。  奥巴马是在会晤经济复苏顾问委员(Economic Recovery Advisory Board)的委员时作出上述表示的。在会上奥巴马还将谈及创造就业及其未来5年出口翻番的提案。该委员会的委员包括白宫经济顾问、学者以及具有影响力的商业人士,例如通用电气(General Electric)首席执行官伊梅尔特(Jeff Immelt)。 (本段文字来源:互联网)201007/109912宁德检查精子活性什么医院好 This week, I spent some time talking with college students about how we can make higher education more affordable. 本周,我花了一些时间和大学生谈论如何才能使高等教育更能负担得起。And one of the things I told them was how proud I was that they were making that investment in themselves – because in today’s economy, the best predictor of success is a good education.我告诉他们其中之一的一件事是我自己感到非常自豪的是他们可以对自己投资——因为在如今的经济形势下,对于成功最好的预测是良好的教育。That’s not just true for our individual success; it’s also true for America’s success. 这不仅仅适用于我们的个人的成功,它也同样适用于美国的成功。New jobs and new businesses will take root wherever they can find the most highly-educated, highly-skilled workers. 新的工作和新的企业要扎根,无论他们在哪里能够发现的大多数受过良好教育的高技能的工人。And I want those workers to be American workers. 而我想要这些工人成为美国工人。I want those good-paying, middle-class jobs to take root right here.我想要那些高收入,中产阶级的工作岗位在这里生根发芽。So it should concern everyone that right now–all across America–tens of thousands of teachers are getting laid off. 所以,现在应该关注每个人——在美国各地,成千上万的教师都在被裁员。In Pennsylvania alone, there are 9,000 fewer educators in our schools today than just a year ago. 单在宾夕法尼亚州, 在我们学校就有9000名现今比一年前要少的教育工作者。In Ohio, the number is close to 7,000. 在俄亥俄州,这个数字已经接近7000。And nationwide, over the past three years, school districts have lost over 250,000 educators. 在全国,在过去的3年中,学区已经减掉了250000名教育工作者。Think about what that means for our country. 想想那对我们的国家意味着什么。When there are fewer teachers in our schools, class sizes start climbing up. 当在我们学校老师越来越少,而班级规模开始逐渐爬升。Our students start falling behind. 我们的学生开始落后。And our economy takes a hit.我们的经济将遭受重创。The point is: teachers matter. 关键是:教师资源。One study found that a good teacher can increase the lifetime income of a classroom by over 0,000. 一项研究发现,一位好老师能增加课堂的终生收入超过250000美元。A great teacher can change the course of a child’s life. 一位伟大的老师可以改变一个孩子生命。So the last thing our country needs is to have fewer teachers in our schools. 所以我们的国家最后需要的一件是我们在学校的老师再少一些。Now, I know states are still going through some tough times. 现在,我知道各州仍将经历一段艰难时期。I realize that every Governor is dealing with limited resources and many face stark choices when it comes to their budgets.我意识到, 当谈及预算时,每位州长都要面临有限的资源和许多残酷的选择。But that doesn’t mean we should just stand by and do nothing. 但这并不意味着我们应该袖手旁观,什么都不做。When states struggle, it’s up to Congress to step in and help out. 当各种处境艰难,国会就要介入并提供帮助。In and in 2010, we provided aid to states to help keep hundreds of thousands of teachers in the classroom. 在年和2010年,我们对各州提供援助来帮助保持在教室里的数十万名教师。But we need to do more. 但我们需要做更多的事情。That’s why a critical part of the jobs bill that I sent to Congress back in September was to help states prevent even more layoffs and rehire even more teachers who had lost their jobs.这就是我在九月份提交给国会就业法案一个至关重要的部分,其目的是帮助州政府防止更多的裁员和雇佣更多失去了工作的教师们。But months later, we’re still waiting on Congress to act.但几个月后,我们仍然在等待国会采取行动。When it comes to this recovery, we can’t fully control everything that happens in other parts of the world. 当谈到这次复苏的时候,我们不能完全控制发生在世界的其他地方的所有事物。But there are plenty of things we can control. 但有很多事情是我们可以控制的。There are plenty of steps we can take, right now, to strengthen our economy. 现在有许多我们可以采取的步骤来加强我们的经济。Putting teachers back in our kids’ classrooms is one of those steps. 让教师回到我们孩子的教室就是其中的一个步骤。And there’s no excuse for inaction. 没有无所作为的借口。You work hard. Your leaders should, too. 你努力工作。你的领导人也应该如此。Especially at this make-or-break moment for the middle class.尤其是为中产阶级这个生死存亡的时刻。I know this is an election year. 我知道今年是选举年。But some things are bigger than an election. 但有些事情比大选更重要。Some things are bigger than politics. 有些事情比政治更重要。So I hope you’ll join me in telling Congress to do the right thing; to get to work and to help get our teachers back in the classroom. 所以我希望你能和我一起告诉国会做正确的事,去工作,为了帮助教师们重返教室。We can’t afford to wait any longer.我们不能再等了。Thanks and have a great weekend.谢谢,周末愉快。201206/186517南平去那间医院做复通术

龙岩去哪家医院输卵管疏通Hello Everybody.大家好!For the past couple months, Ive been working with people in both parties—with the help of business leaders and ordinary Americans—to come together around a plan to grow the economy and shrink our deficits.在过去的两个月里,在商界领袖们与美国民众的帮助下,我与两党合作,在经济增长与削减赤字方面达成了一致的议案。Its a balanced plan—one that would protect the middle class, cut spending in a responsible way, and ask the wealthiest Americans to pay a little more.这是一项平衡的方案—既能以负责任的方式保护中产阶级减少出,又能要求最富有的美国人们稍微多付出一点。And Ill keep working with anybody whos serious about getting a comprehensive plan like this done—because its the right thing to do for our economic growth.而我也将继续与任何希望认真解决问题拿出类似这样可行方案的人合作,只有这样的方案才对我们的经济增长有利。But were now at the point where, in just a couple days, the law says that every Americans tax rates are going up.但我们现在所剩时日无多,再过几天,法律就要规定每个人的税率都将上涨。Every Americans paycheck will get a lot smaller.每个美国人的钱包都会变得更小。And that would be the wrong thing to do for our economy.而这对我们的经济有害而无益。It would hurt middle-class families, and it would hurt the businesses that depend on your spending.这会伤害到中产家庭,伤害依赖他们消费的商业企业。And Congress can prevent it from happening, if they act now.如果国会反应及时,还可以阻止这一切的发生。Leaders in Congress are working on a way to prevent this tax hike on the middle class, and I believe we may be able to reach an agreement that can pass both houses in time.国会的领导者们正在致力于阻止税收上涨冲击中产阶级家庭,我坚信我们应该能及时达成一项方案并获得参众两院的通过。But if an agreement isnt reached in time, then Ill urge the Senate to hold an up-or-down vote on a basic package that protects the middle class from an income tax hike, extends vital unemployment insurance for Americans looking for a job, and lays the groundwork for future progress on more economic growth and deficit reduction.但是如果未能按时达成,我将敦促参议院就一系列包括保护中产阶级免受增税冲击、帮助依然在寻找工作的人延长基础失业保险、为未来经济增长和赤字削减奠定基础等方面在内的基础措施进行直接投票。I believe such a proposal could pass both houses with bipartisan majorities—as long as these leaders allow it to come to a vote.只要领导层允许这一方案进入投票表决,我相信这样的方案应该能获得两院多数人的持。If they still want to vote no, and let this tax hike hit the middle class, thats their prerogative—but they should let everyone vote.如果他们依然否决这一方案并让中产阶级的税负上涨,这也是他们的权力,但他们至少应该让所有人投票后才能决定。Thats the way this is supposed to work.这也是应该采取的方式。We just cant afford a politically self-inflicted wound to our economy.我们不能承受因为政治自身造成的问题伤害我们的经济。The economy is growing, but keeping it that way means that the folks you sent to Washington have to do their jobs.经济在增长,但要保持这种势头就需要那些你们派去华盛顿的官员们尽到自己应尽的职责。The housing market is healing, but that could stall if folks are seeing smaller paychecks.房地产市场也正在回暖,但如果人们的收入减少这种势头也可能会受阻。The unemployment rate is the lowest its been since 2008, but aly, families and businesses are starting to hold back because of the dysfunction they see in Washington.失业率也降低到自2008年以来的最低点,但现在由于华盛顿的机能障碍导致大多家庭和企业开始紧缩出。You meet your deadlines and your responsibilities every day.你们每天按时履行义务,尽职尽责。The folks you sent here to serve should do the same.你们选举出来的那些为国家务的官员们也应如此。We cannot let Washington politics get in the way of Americas progress.我们不会让华盛顿的政治问题阻碍美国的前进。Weve got to do what it takes to protect the middle class, grow this economy, and move our country forward.我们必须保护中产阶级、促进经济增长并推动国家发展。Thanks, everybody.谢谢大家。 201301/218989 Franklin Delano Roosevelt:The Four FreedomsDelivered6 January,1941AUTHENTICITY CERTIFIED:Textversion belowtranscribeddirectlyfromaudioMr. President, Mr. Speaker, members of the 77 th Congress:I address you, the members of this new Congress, at a momentunprecedented in the historyof the union. I use the word ;unprecedented; because at no previous time has Americansecurity been as seriously threatened from without as itis today.Since the permanent formation of our government under the Constitutionin 1789, most of theperiods of crisis in our history have related to our domestic affairs. And, fortunately, only oneof these thefouryearwar between the States everthreatened our nationalunity.Today, thank God, 130,000,000Americans in 48 States have forgotten points of the compassin our national unity.Itis true that prior to 1914 the ed States oftenhas been disturbed by events in othercontinents. We have even engaged in two warswithEuropeannations and in a number ofundeclared wars inthe WestIndies, inthe Mediterranean and inthe Pacific, for themaintenance of American rights and for the principles of peacefulcommerce. But in no casehad a serious threat been raised against our national safety or our continued independence.WhatI seek to convey is the historic truththat the ed States as a nationhas at all timesmaintained opposition clear,definite opposition toany attemptto lock us in behind anancient Chinese wall while the procession of civilization went past. Today, thinking of ourchildren and of their children, we oppose enforced isolation for ourselves or for any other partof the Americas.Transcription byMichaelE. Eidenmuller. Propertyof AmericanRhetoric.com. . Copyright 2006. All rights reserved.Page1AmericanRhetoric.comThat determination of ours, extending over allthese years, was proved,for example, in theearly days during the quarter century of wars following the French Revolution. While theNapoleonic struggles did threateninterests of the ed States because of the Frenchfoothold in the WestIndies and in Louisiana, and while we engaged in theWar of 1812 tovindicate our right to peacefultrade,it is nevertheless clear thatneither France nor GreatBritainnor any other nation was aiming at domination of the whole world.And in like fashion, from 1815 to 1914 ninetynineyears nosingle war in Europe or inAsia constituted a real threat against our futureor against the future of any other Americannation.Except inthe Maximilian interlude in Mexico, noforeign power sought toestablish itself in thishemisphere. And the strength of the Britishfleet in the Atlantic has been a friendly strength. itis still a friendly strength.Even when the World War broke out in 1914, it seemed tocontain only smallthreat of dangerto our ownAmericanfuture. But as time went on, as we remember, the American peoplebegan to visualize whatthe downfall of democratic nations mightmean to our owndemocracy.We need not overemphasize imperfections in the peace of Versailles. We need not harp onfailure of the democracies to deal withproblems of world reconstruction. We should rememberthatthe peace of 1919 was far less unjust thanthe kind of pacification whichbegan evenbefore Munich, and whichis being carried onunder the new order of tyranny that seeks tosp over every continent today. The American people have unalterably settheir facesagainstthat tyranny.I suppose that every realist knows thatthe democratic way of life is atthis moment beingdirectly assailed in every part of the world assailedeither by arms or by secret sping ofpoisonous propaganda by those who seek to destroy unity and promote discordin nations thatare still at peace. During 16 long months this assault has blotted outthe whole pattern ofdemocratic life in an appalling number of independentnations, great and small. And theassailants are still on the march, threatening other nations, great and small.Therefore, as your President, performing my constitutional duty to;give tothe Congressinformation of the state of the union,;Ifind it unhappily necessary to reportthatthe futureand the safety of our country and of our democracy are overwhelmingly involved in events farbeyond our borders.Armed defense of democratic existence is now being gallantly waged infour continents. Ifthat defense fails, all the population and all theresources of Europe and Asia, and Africa andAustralAsiawill be dominated by conquerors. And let us remember that the total of thosepopulations in those four continents, the total of those populations and their resources greatlyexceed the sum total of the population and the resources of the whole of the WesternHemisphere yes,many times over.Transcription byMichaelE. Eidenmuller. Propertyof AmericanRhetoric.com. . Copyright 2006. All rights reserved.Page2AmericanRhetoric.comIntimes like these it is immature and,incidentally, untrue foranybody to brag that anunprepared America, singlehandedand with one hand tied behind its back, canhold off thewhole world.No realistic American can expect from a dictatorrsquo;s peace international generosity, or return oftrue independence, or world disarmament, or freedom of expression, or freedom of religion oreven good business. Such a peace would bring no security for us or for our neighbors.Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety deserveneither liberty nor safety.As a nation we may take pride inthe factthat we are softhearted.but we cannot afford to besoftheaded.We must always be wary of those who with sounding brass and a tinklingcymbal preach the ;ism; of appeasement. We mustespecially beware of that small group ofselfishmen who would clip the wings of the American eagle in order tofeather their ownnests.I have recently pointed outhow quickly the tempo of modern warfare could bring into ourverymidst the physical attack which we must eventually expectif the dictator nations win thiswar.There is much loose talk of our immunity from immediate and directinvasionfrom across theseas.Obviously, as long as the British Navy retains its power, no such danger exists. Evenifthere were no British Navy, it is not probable that any enemy would be stupid enoughtoattack us by landing troops inthe ed Statesfrom across thousands of miles of ocean, untilit had acquired strategic bases from which to operate.But we learnmuch from the lessons of the pastyears inEurope particularlythe lesson ofNorway, whose essential seaports were captured by treachery and surprise built up over aseries of years. The first phase of the invasion of this hemisphere would not be the landing ofregular troops.The necessary strategic points would be occupied by secret agents and bytheir dupes andgreatnumbers of them are aly here and in LatinAmerica. As long asthe aggressor nations maintain the offensive they, not we, will choose the time and the placeand the method of their attack.And that is why the future of all the American Republics is today in serious danger.That iswhy this annual messagetothe Congress is unique in our history. That is why every memberof the executive branch of the government andevery member of the Congress face greatresponsibility, great accountability. The need ofthe momentis that our actions and our policyshould be devoted primarily almostexclusively tomeeting this foreign peril. For all ourdomestic problems are now a part of the great emergency.Just as our national policy ininternal affairs has been based upon a decentrespectfor therights and the dignity of all our fellowmen within our gates, so our national policy in foreignaffairs has been based on a decent respectfor the rights and the dignity of all nations, largeand small. And the justice of morality must and will win in the end.Transcription byMichaelE. Eidenmuller. Propertyof AmericanRhetoric.com. . Copyright 2006. All rights reserved.Page3AmericanRhetoric.comOur national policy is this:First, by an impressive expression of the publicwill and without regard to partisanship, we arecommitted to allinclusivenational defense.Secondly, by animpressive expression of the public will and without regard topartisanship,we are committed to full support of allthose resolute people everywhere who are resistingaggression and are thereby keeping war away from our hemisphere. Bythis support weexpress our determination that the democratic cause shall prevail, and we strengthen thedefense and the security of our ownnation.Third, by an impressive expression of the publicwill and without regard to partisanship, weare committed to the proposition that principlesof morality and considerations for our ownsecurity willnever permit us to acquiesce in a peace dictated by aggressors and sponsored byappeasers. We know that enduring peace cannot be bought atthe cost of other peoplesfreedom.Inthe recent national election there was no substantial difference betweenthe two greatparties in respectto that national policy. Noissue was fought out on this line before theAmerican electorate.And today itis abundantly evidentthatAmerican citizens everywhereare demanding and supporting speedy and complete actionin recognition of obvious danger.Therefore, the immediate need is a swift and driving increase in our armament production.Leaders of industry and labor have respondedto our summons. Goals of speed have beenset. In some cases these goals are being reached ahead of time. Insome cases we are onschedule. inother cases there are slight butnot serious delays. And in some cases and,Iam sorry to say,very important cases weare all concerned by the slowness of theaccomplishment of our plans.The Army and Navy, however, have made substantial progress during the past year.Actualexperience is improving and speeding up our methods of production with every passingday. And todays best is not good enoughfor tomorrow.I am not satisfied withthe progress thus far made. The men in charge of the programrepresent the bestin training,in ability, and in patriotism. They are not satisfied withtheprogress thus far made.None of us will be satisfied until the job is done.No matter whether the original goal was settoo high or too low, our objective is quicker andbetter results.To give youtwo illustrations:We are behind schedule in turning outfinished airplanes.We are working day and nighttosolve the innumerable problems and tocatchup.Transcription byMichaelE. Eidenmuller. Propertyof AmericanRhetoric.com. . Copyright 2006. All rights reserved.Page4AmericanRhetoric.comWe are ahead of schedule in building warships,but we are working to geteven further aheadof that schedule.To change a whole nation from a basis of peacetime production of implements of peace to abasis of wartime production of implements of war is nosmall task. And the greatest difficultycomes atthe beginning of the program, when new tools, new plant facilities, new assemblylines, new shipways mustfirst be constructed before the actual material begins to flowsteadily and speedily from them.The Congress of course, mustrightly keep itselfinformed at alltimes of the progress of theprogram. However, there is certain information, as the Congress itself will ily recognize,which, in the interests of our ownsecurity and those of the nations that we are supporting,must of needs be kept in confidence.New circumstances are constantly begetting new needs for our safety. Ishall ask thisCongress for greatly increased new appropriations and authorizations to carry on what wehave begun.I also ask this Congress for authority and for funds sufficient tomanufacture additionalmunitions and war supplies of many kinds,to be turned over tothose nations which are nowin actual war with aggressor nations. Our mostuseful and immediate role is to act as anarsenalfor them as well as for ourselves. They do notneed manpower, but they doneedbillions of dollarsrsquo; worth of the weapons of defense.The time is near whenthey willnot be able to pay for them allin y cash. We cannot, andwe willnot, tell them thatthey mustsurrendermerely because of presentinability to pay forthe weapons which we know they musthave.I donot recommend that we make them a loanof dollars with which to pay for these weaponsaloanto be repaid in dollars. I recommend that we make it possible for those nations tocontinue to obtain war materials in the ed States, fitting their orders into our ownprogram. And nearly all of their material would,if the time ever came, be usefulin our owndefense.Taking counsel of expertmilitary and naval authorities, considering whatis best for our ownsecurity, we are free todecide how much should be kept here and how much should be sentabroad to our friends who, by their determinedand heroic resistance, are giving us time inwhichtomake y our own defense.For what we send abroad we shall be repaid, repaid within a reasonable time following theclose of hostilities, repaid in similar materials, or at our option in other goods of many kindswhichthey can produce and which we need.Transcription byMichaelE. Eidenmuller. Propertyof AmericanRhetoric.com. . Copyright 2006. All rights reserved.Page5AmericanRhetoric.comLetus say to the democracies: ;We Americans are vitally concerned in your defense offreedom. We are putting forth our energies, our resources, and our organizing powers to giveyouthe strengthto regain and maintain a free world. We shallsend youin everincreasingnumbers, ships, planes, tanks, guns. Thatis our purpose and our pledge.;Infulfillment of this purpose we willnot be intimidated by the threats of dictators thattheywill regard as a breach of internationallaw or as an act of war our aid tothe democracieswhich dare to resisttheir aggression. Such aid Suchaid is not an act of war, evenif adictator should unilaterally proclaim it so to be.And whenthe dictators ifthe dictators arey to make war uponus, they willnot waitfor an act of war on our part.They did not wait for Norway or Belgium or the Netherlands to commit an act of war. Theironly interestis in a new onewayinternational law, whichlacks mutuality in its observanceand therefore becomes aninstrument of oppression. The happiness of future generations ofAmericans may well depend on how effective and howimmediate we canmake our aidfelt. No one cantellthe exact character of the emergency situations that we may be calledupontomeet. The nations hands mustnot be tied whenthe nations life is in danger.Yes, and we must prepare, all of us prepare, tomake the sacrifices that the emergency almostas serious as war itself demands.Whatever stands in the way of speed andefficiency in defense, in defense preparations ofanykind,mustgive way tothe nationalneed.A free nation has the rightto expect full cooperation from all groups.A free nationhas therighttolook tothe leaders of business, of labor, and of agriculture to take the leadinstimulating effort, not among other groups butwithintheir own group.The best way of dealing withthe few slackers or troublemakersin our midstis, first, toshame them by patriotic example, and if thatfails, to use the sovereignty of governmenttosave government.Asmen donotlive by b alone,they donot fight by armaments alone.Those who man ourdefenses and those behind them who build ourdefenses musthave the stamina and thecourage which come from unshakable belief inthe manner of life which they aredefending. The mighty action that we are calling for cannot be based on a disregard of all thethings worth fighting for.The nationtakes great satisfaction and much strengthfrom the things which have been doneto make its people conscious of their individual stake inthe preservation of democratic life inAmerica.Those things have toughened the fiber of our people, have renewed their faith andstrengthened their devotiontothe institutions we make y to protect.Transcription byMichaelE. Eidenmuller. Propertyof AmericanRhetoric.com. . Copyright 2006. All rights reserved.Page6AmericanRhetoric.comCertainly this is no time for any of us to stop thinking about the social and economic problemswhich are the rootcause of the social revolution which is today a supreme factor in theworld. For there is nothing mysterious about the foundations of a healthy and strongdemocracy.The basic things expected by our people of their political and economic systems aresimple.They are:Equality of opportunity for youth and for others.Jobs for those who can work.Security for those who need it.The ending of special privilege for the few.The preservation of civilliberties for all.The enjoyment Theenjoyment of the fruits of scientific progress in a wider and constantlyrising standard of living.These are the simple, the basic things thatmust never be lostsight of in the turmoil andunbelievable complexity of our modern world.The inner and abiding strength of our economicand politicalsystems is dependentupon the degree to whichthey fulfillthese expectations.Manysubjects connected with our social economy call for immediate improvement. Asexamples:We should bring more citizens under the coverage of oldagepensions and unemploymentinsurance.We should widenthe opportunities for adequatemedicalcare.We should plan a better system by which persons deserving or needing gainful employmentmay obtainit.I have called for personal sacrifice, and I am assured of the willingness of almost allAmericans to respond tothat call. A part of the sacrifice means the payment of more moneyin taxes. In my budget message I will recommend that a greater portion of this great defenseprogram be paid for from taxationthan we are paying for today. No person should try, or beallowed to get rich out of the program, and the principle of tax payments in accordance withability to pay should be constantly before our eyes toguide our legislation.If the Congress maintains these principles the voters, putting patriotism ahead pocketbooks,will give you their applause.Transcription byMichaelE. Eidenmuller. Propertyof AmericanRhetoric.com. . Copyright 2006. All rights reserved.Page7AmericanRhetoric.comInthe future days, which we seek to make secure, we look forward to a world foundeduponfour essentialhuman freedoms.The first is freedom of speech and expression everywherein the world.Thesecond is freedom of every persontoworship God inhis ownwayeverywhereintheworld.The third is freedom from want, which, translated into world terms, means economicunderstandings which will secure toevery nation a healthy peacetime life for its inhabitants everywherein the world.The fourthis freedom from fear, which, translated into world terms, means a worldwidereduction of armaments to such a point and in such a thorough fashionthat nonation will bein a positionto commit an act of physical aggression against any neighbor anywherein theworld.That is no vision of a distantmillennium. Itis adefinite basis for a kind of world attainable inour own time and generation. That kind of world is the very antithesis of the socalled;neworder; of tyranny which the dictators seek to create withthe crash of a bomb.To that new order we oppose the greater conception themoral order. A good society is ableto face schemes of world domination and foreign revolutions alike without fear.Since the beginning of our American history wehave been engagedin change, in a perpetual,peaceful revolution, arevolution which goes onsteadily, quietly, adjusting itself tochangingconditions withoutthe concentration camp or the quicklime in the ditch. The world order whichwe seek is the cooperation of free countries, working together in a friendly, civilized society.This nation has placedits destiny in the hands and heads and hearts of its millions of free menand women, and its faithin freedom under the guidance of God. Freedom means thesupremacy of human rights everywhere. Our support goes tothose who struggle to gain thoserights and keep them. 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