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乌市高新技术产业开发区激光治疗红血丝价格新疆吸脂哪家医院好21世纪杯全国英语演讲比赛 第四名 美国经典英文演讲100篇总统演讲布莱尔首相演讲美国总统布什演讲快报 200808/46602新疆垫下巴哪家便宜 REMARKS BY THE PRESIDENTON IMPROVING VETERANS’ HEALTH CAREDwight D. Eisenhower Executive Office BuildingRoom 45011:54 A.M. EDTTHE PRESIDENT: Thank you, John, for your outstanding service, and your friendship is greatly appreciated. I want to thank my two outstanding Secretaries who are behind me -- Bob Gates, who is doing just an extraordinary job over at the Pentagon, and General Shinseki, now Secretary Shinseki, who has served our country with extraordinary valor.I also want to acknowledge all the wounded warriors and veterans and all those who care for them who are here today. You make us very, very proud.To the VSO and MSO leaders who work hard on behalf of those who serve this nation, thank you for your advocacy and your hard work. As I look out in the audience, especially seeing these folks in their uniforms, I am reminded of the fact that we have the best fighting force in world history, and the reason we do is because of all of you. And so I'm very grateful for what you've done to protect and serve this country.It is good to be back. We've had a productive week working to advance America's interests around the world. We worked to renew our alliances to enhance our common security. We collaborated with other nations to take steps towards rebuilding the global economy, which will revitalize our own. And before coming home, I stopped to visit with our men and women who are serving bravely in Iraq. First and foremost, I wanted to say "thank you" to them on behalf of a grateful nation. They've faced extraordinary challenges, and they have performed brilliantly in every mission that's been given to them. They have given Iraq the opportunity to stand on its own as a democratic country, and that is a great gift.You know, we often talk about ideals like sacrifice and honor and duty. But these men and women, like the men and women who are here, embody it. They have made sacrifices many of us cannot begin to imagine.We're talking about men like Specialist Jake Altman and Sergeant Nathan Dewitt, two of the soldiers who I had the honor to meet when I was in Baghdad. In 2007, as Specialist Altman was clearing mines so that other soldiers might travel in safety, he lost his hand when an IED struck his vehicle. And at Walter Reed, he asked to relearn the skills necessary to perform his duties with a prosthetic so that he could rejoin his old battalion. Sergeant Dewitt was severely injured in an attack last September, but he refused to let his injuries stop him from giving first aid to his wounded comrades. Today, they're both back alongside their fellow soldiers in their old units.And we're talking about women like Tammy Duckworth, who I think is here -- Tammy, where are you? There you are -- a great friend who lost her legs when a rocket struck the Black Hawk helicopter she was piloting over Iraq. And when she returned home, she continued to serve her country heading the Department of Veterans Affairs in Illinois, and she serves her country still as my nominee for Assistant Secretary of the Department of Veterans Affairs.We're talking about heroes like all the service members and veterans of the ed States Armed Forces, including the veterans who've joined us here today -- many who gave up much yet signed up to give more; many with their own battles still to come; all with their own stories to tell.For their service and sacrifice, warm words of thanks from a grateful nation are more than warranted, but they aren't nearly enough. We also owe our veterans the care they were promised and the benefits that they have earned. We have a sacred trust with those who wear the uniform of the ed States of America. It's a commitment that begins at enlistment, and it must never end.04/66687The President, speaking at the National Institute of Health, explains how the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act will spur research and create jobs in the medical field. Bethesda, MD. September 30, . (Public Domain)President Obama on the Recovery Act at NIH from White House on Vimeo.10/85825可克达拉市抽脂多少钱

北屯手臂激光脱毛多少钱Well, good morning, everyone. 嗯,大家早上好。And for those who are joining us for the first time, welcome to Chicago.那些第一次参加到我们当中的人,欢迎你们来到芝加哥。I was just hearing from a few folks who are not NATO members that they had fun on the town last night. 我刚听到一些人不是来自北约成员国,而他们昨晚在这个城市中过的很愉快。Hopefully, no stories in the press. 但愿没有他们的相关新闻故事发生。We come together as 50 nations -- NATO allies and partners -- that make up the International Security Assistance Force in Afghanistan. 我们走到一起,作为50个国家——北约盟国和伙伴——组成在阿富汗的国际安全援助部队。I want to welcome the presence of President Karzai, as well as officials from central Asia and Russia -- nations that have an important perspective and that continue to provide critical transit for ISAF supplies.我想欢迎卡尔扎伊总统出席,同时也欢迎中亚和俄罗斯的官员们——这些国家有一个重要的观点,而且将继续为国际安全援助部队的物资提供关键的交通运输。The presence of so many leaders and nations illustrates once again that this is a truly international mission, and that’s because the region and the world have a profound interest in an Afghanistan that is stable, that is secure, and that is not a source of attacks on other nations. 如此多的国家,如此多的领导人的到来再次显示出,这是一个真正的国际使命,这是因为该地区和世界对于阿富汗的稳定,安全,成为不遭受其他国家袭击的源头有着十分深远的关注。And today, as always, our thoughts are with our brave forces who are serving in this vital mission.今天,如同往常一样,我们勇敢的部队带着我们的想法在执行着这一至关重要的任务。Two years ago, in Lisbon, our nations agreed on a framework for transition in Afghanistan that would allow us to responsibly wind down the war.两年前,在里斯本,我们的国家为阿富汗的过渡达成一项协议,而这将允许我们负责任地结束战争。We agreed that this transition to Afghan lead for security would begin in 2011 and that it would conclude in 2014. 我们同意从2011年开始过渡给阿富汗并由其自主负责安全,它将在2014年结束。At the same time, we said that we would seek a long-term partnership with Afghanistan and the Afghan people.同时,我们说,我们表示寻求与阿富汗和阿富汗人民的的长期伙伴关系。Over the past two years, we’ve made important progress.在过去的两年里,我们已经取得了重要进展。Our forces broke the Taliban’s momentum. 我们的军队瓦解了塔利班的势头。More Afghans are reclaiming their communities. 更多的阿富汗人正在恢复自己的社区。Afghan security forces have grown stronger. 阿富汗安全部队已经变得更加强大。And the transition that we agreed to in Lisbon is well underway.而我们在里斯本达成一致的过渡正在有条不紊地进行中。This past week we saw more progress. 过去的这个星期我们看到更多进展。We very much welcomed President Karzai’s announcement to the third group of areas to begin transition. 我们非常欢迎卡尔扎伊总统对于第三组地区开始转变的声明。This means that 75 percent of the Afghan people live in areas where Afghan forces will be moving into the lead.这意味着居住在这个地方75%的阿富汗人将受到阿富汗部队的领导。Today, we’ll decide the next phase of the transition -- the next milestone. 今天,我们将决定下一阶段的过渡——下一个里程碑。We’ll set a goal for Afghan forces to take the lead for combat operations across the country in 2013 -- next year -- so that ISAF can move to a supporting role. 我们会为阿富汗军队设定一个目标,为于明年—2013年在全国作战行动领先—因此国际安全援助部队将进入到援助的角色。This will be another step toward Afghans taking full lead for their security as agreed to by 2014 when the ISAF combat mission will end.这将成为富汗人所同意的到2014年为他们的安全充分领先的另一步,而那时国际安全援助部队的作战使命也将结束。Today is also an opportunity to ensure our hard-won progress is preserved. 今天也是一个机会,来确保我们来之不易的进步已经受到保护。The Strategic Partnership Agreement that President Karzai and I signed in Kabul ensures that as Afghans stand up they will not stand alone. 卡尔扎伊总统和我在喀布尔签署的战略合作协议确保随着阿富汗人民已经站起来,而他们并不会独自一人。Today, we can agree on NATO’s long-term relationship with Afghanistan beyond 2014, including our support of Afghan security forces.今天,我们可以同意北约与阿富汗的的长期关系超越2014年,包括我们对于阿富汗安全部队的持。So we have a lot of work to do. 因此,我们有很多工作要做。Again, I want to thank all of my fellow leaders and our partners for being here.再一次,我要感谢所有的其他领导人与来到这里的我们的合作伙伴们。Our nations and the world have a vital interest in the success of this mission. 我们的国家和世界对这个任务的成功有着重要非常大的关注。And I am confident, because of the leadership represented here as well as the leadership of our outstanding armed forces, that we can advance that goal today and responsibly bring this war to an end.而且我有信心,因为凭借在这里的领导以及我们出色的武装力量的领导,我们可以达到这一目标,今天我们会提前达到目标并结束这场战争。201205/183406阿图什做隆鼻手术多少钱 REMARKS BY THE PRESIDENTAT THE HOLOCAUST DAYS OF REMEMBRANCE CEREMONYed States CapitolWashington, D.C.12:04 P.M. EDTTHE PRESIDENT: Thank you. Please be seated. Thank you very much. To Sara Bloomfield, for the wonderful introduction and the outstanding work she's doing; to Fred Zeidman; Joel Geiderman; Mr. Wiesel -- thank you for your wisdom and your witness; Speaker Nancy Pelosi; Senator Dick Durbin; members of Congress; our good friend the Ambassador of Israel; members of the ed States Holocaust Memorial Council; and most importantly, the survivors and rescuers and their families who are here today. It is a great honor for me to be here, and I'm grateful that I have the opportunity to address you briefly.We gather today to mourn the loss of so many lives, and celebrate those who saved them; honor those who survived, and contemplate the obligations of the living.It is the grimmest of ironies that one of the most savage, barbaric acts of evil in history began in one of the most modernized societies of its time, where so many markers of human progress became tools of human depravity: science that can heal used to kill; education that can enlighten used to rationalize away basic moral impulses; the bureaucracy that sustains modern life used as the machinery of mass death -- a ruthless, chillingly efficient system where many were responsible for the killing, but few got actual blood on their hands.While the uniqueness of the Holocaust in scope and in method is truly astounding, the Holocaust was driven by many of the same forces that have fueled atrocities throughout history: the scapegoating that leads to hatred and blinds us to our common humanity; the justifications that replace conscience and allow cruelty to sp; the willingness of those who are neither perpetrators nor victims to accept the assigned role of bystander, believing the lie that good people are ever powerless or alone, the fiction that we do not have a choice.But while we are here today to bear witness to the human capacity to destroy, we are also here to pay tribute to the human impulse to save. In the moral accounting of the Holocaust, as we reckon with numbers like 6 million, as we recall the horror of numbers etched into arms, we also factor in numbers like these: 7,200 -- the number of Danish Jews ferried to safety, many of whom later returned home to find the neighbors who rescued them had also faithfully tended their homes and businesses and belongings while they were gone.We remember the number five -- the five righteous men and women who join us today from Poland. We are awed by your acts of courage and conscience. And your presence today compels each of us to ask ourselves whether we would have done what you did. We can only hope that the answer is yes.We also remember the number 5,000 -- the number of Jews rescued by the villagers of Le Chambon, France -- one life saved for each of its 5,000 residents. Not a single Jew who came there was turned away, or turned in. But it was not until decades later that the villagers spoke of what they had done -- and even then, only reluctantly. The author of a book on the rescue found that those he interviewed were baffled by his interest. "How could you call us 'good'?" they said. "We were doing what had to be done."That is the question of the righteous -- those who would do extraordinary good at extraordinary risk not for affirmation or acclaim or to advance their own interests, but because it is what must be done. They remind us that no one is born a savior or a murderer -- these are choices we each have the power to make. They teach us that no one can make us into bystanders without our consent, and that we are never truly alone -- that if we have the courage to heed that "still, small voice" within us, we can form a minyan for righteousness that can span a village, even a nation.Their legacy is our inheritance. And the question is, how do we honor and preserve it? How do we ensure that "never again" isn't an empty slogan, or merely an aspiration, but also a call to action?I believe we start by doing what we are doing today -- by bearing witness, by fighting the silence that is evil's greatest co-conspirator.In the face of horrors that defy comprehension, the impulse to silence is understandable. My own great uncle returned from his service in World War II in a state of shock, saying little, alone with painful memories that would not leave his head. He went up into the attic, according to the stories that I've heard, and wouldn't come down for six months. He was one of the liberators -- someone who at a very tender age had seen the unimaginable. And so some of the liberators who are here today honor us with their presence -- all of whom we honor for their extraordinary service. My great uncle was part of the 89th Infantry Division -- the first Americans to reach a Nazi concentration camp. And they liberated Ohrdruf, part of Buchenwald, where tens of thousands had perished.The story goes that when the Americans marched in, they discovered the starving survivors and the piles of dead bodies. And General Eisenhower made a decision. He ordered Germans from the nearby town to tour the camp, so they could see what had been done in their name. And he ordered American troops to tour the camp, so they could see the evil they were fighting against. Then he invited congressmen and journalists to bear witness. And he ordered that photographs and films be made. Some of us have seen those same images, whether in the Holocaust Museum or when I visited Yad Vashem, and they never leave you. Eisenhower said that he wanted "to be in a position to give firsthand evidence of these things, if ever, in the future, there develops a tendency to charge these allegations merely to propaganda."04/67913石河子激光祛痘印多少钱

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