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mp4视频下载 Prepared Remarks of President Barack ObamaWeekly AddressApril 25, Good morning. Over the last three months, my Administration has taken aggressive action to confront an historic economic crisis. As we do everything that we can to create jobs and get our economy moving, we’re also building a new foundation for lasting prosperity – a foundation that invests in quality education, lowers health care costs, and develops new sources of energy powered by new jobs and industries.One of the pillars of that foundation must be fiscal discipline. We came into office facing a budget deficit of .3 trillion for this year alone, and the cost of confronting our economic crisis is high. But we cannot settle for a future of rising deficits and debts that our children cannot pay.All across America, families are tightening their belts and making hard choices. Now, Washington must show that same sense of responsibility. That is why we have identified two trillion dollars in deficit-reductions over the next decade, while taking on the special interest spending that doesn’t advance the peoples’ interests.But we must also recognize that we cannot meet the challenges of today with old habits and stale thinking. So much of our government was built to deal with different challenges from a different era. Too often, the result is wasteful spending, bloated programs, and inefficient results.It’s time to fundamentally change the way that we do business in Washington. To help build a new foundation for the 21st century, we need to reform our government so that it is more efficient, more transparent, and more creative. That will demand new thinking and a new sense of responsibility for every dollar that is spent.Earlier this week, I held my first Cabinet meeting and sent a clear message: cut what doesn’t work. Aly, we’ve identified substantial savings. And in the days and weeks ahead, we will continue going through the budget line by line, and we’ll identify more than 100 programs that will be cut or eliminated.But we can’t stop there. We need to go further, and we need an all-hands-on-deck approach to reforming government. That’s why I’m announcing several steps that my Administration will take in the weeks ahead to restore fiscal discipline while making our government work better.First, we need to adhere to the basic principle that new tax or entitlement policies should be paid for. This principle – known as PAYGO – helped transform large deficits into surpluses in the 1990s. Now, we must restore that sense of fiscal discipline. That’s why I’m calling on Congress to pass PAYGO legislation like a bill that will be introduced by Congressman Baron Hill, so that government acts the same way any responsible family does in setting its budget.Second, we’ll create new incentives to reduce wasteful spending and to invest in what works. We don’t want agencies to protect bloated budgets – we want them to promote effective programs. So the idea is simple: agencies that identify savings will get to keep a portion of those savings to invest in programs that work. The result will be a smaller budget, and a more effective government.Third, we’ll look for ideas from the bottom up. After all, Americans across the country know that the best ideas often come from workers – not just management. That’s why we’ll establish a process through which every government worker can submit their ideas for how their agency can save money and perform better. We’ll put the suggestions that work into practice. And later this year, I will meet with those who come up with the best ideas to hear firsthand about how they would make your government more efficient and effective.And finally, we will reach beyond the halls of government. Many businesses have innovative ways of using technology to save money, and many experts have new ideas to make government work more efficiently. Government can – and must – learn from them. So later this year, we will host a forum on reforming government for the 21st century, so that we’re also guided by voices that come from outside of Washington.We cannot sustain deficits that mortgage our children’s future, nor tolerate wasteful inefficiency. Government has a responsibility to spend the peoples’ money wisely, and to serve the people effectively. I will work every single day that I am President to live up to that responsibility, and to transform our government so that is held to a higher standard of performance on behalf of the American people.Thank you.04/68124The President on Retrofitting Buildings: "Here's What’s Sexy About It: Saving Money"Yesterday the Vice President sent a memo (pdf) to the President demonstrating how the new foundation for a clean energy economy has been laid this year. The memo is thorough and solid - take a look to get a shapshot of how the future will unfold as a result of the investments in the Recovery Act and the President's budget.Today the President honed in on one element of that emerging clean energy job market, an element he announced a renewed focus upon during last week's speech at Brookings – retrofitting homes. Speaking at a Home Depot, he described the focus as one of several "strategic surgical steps," explaining why this area of the economy is so well-fitted for an immediate boost that will help the economy as a whole turn around:12/92278Over the last few months, Irsquo;ve been talking about a choice we face as a country. We can either settle for an economy where a few people do really well and everyone else struggles to get by, or we can build an economy where hard work pays off again ndash; where everyone gets a fair shot, everyone does their fair share, and everyone plays by the same rules. Thatrsquo;s up to us. Today, I want to talk to you about the idea that everyone in this country should do their fair share. Now, if this were a perfect world, wersquo;d have unlimited resources. No one would ever have to pay any taxes, and we could spend as much as we wanted. But we live in the real world. We donrsquo;t have unlimited resources. We have a deficit that needs to be paid down. And we also have to pay for investments that will help our economy grow and keep our country safe: education, research and technology, a strong military, and retirement programs like Medicare and Social Security. That means we have to make choices. When it comes to paying down the deficit and investing in our future, should we ask middle-class Americans to pay even more at a time when their budgets are aly stretched to the breaking point? Or should we ask some of the wealthiest Americans to pay their fair share? Thatrsquo;s the choice. Over the last decade, wersquo;ve spent hundreds of billions of dollars on what was supposed to be a temporary tax cut for the wealthiest two percent of Americans. Now wersquo;re scheduled to spend almost a trillion more. Today, the wealthiest Americans are paying taxes at one of the lowest rates in 50 years. Warren Buffett is paying a lower rate than his secretary. Meanwhile, over the last 30 years, the tax rates for middle class families have barely budged. Thatrsquo;s not fair. It doesnrsquo;t make any sense. Do we want to keep giving tax breaks to the wealthiest Americans like me, or Warren Buffett, or Bill Gates ndash; people who donrsquo;t need them and never asked for them? Or do we want to keep investing in things that will grow our economy and keep us secure? Because we canrsquo;t afford to do both. Now, some people call this class warfare. But I think asking a billionaire to pay at least the same tax rate as his secretary is just common sense. We donrsquo;t envy success in this country. We aspire to it. But we also believe that anyone who does well for themselves should do their fair share in return, so that more people have the opportunity to get ahead ndash; not just a few. Thatrsquo;s the America I believe in. And in the next few weeks, Members of Congress will get a chance to show you where they stand. Congress is going to vote on whatrsquo;s called the Buffett Rule: If you make more than million a year, you should pay at least the same percentage of your income in taxes as middle class families do. On the other hand, if you make under 0,000 a year ndash; like 98 percent of American families do ndash; your taxes shouldnrsquo;t go up. Yoursquo;re the ones struggling with the rising cost of everything from college tuition to groceries. Yoursquo;re the ones who deserve a break. So every Member of Congress is going to go on record. And if they vote to keep giving tax breaks to people like me ndash; tax breaks our country canrsquo;t afford ndash; then theyrsquo;re going to have to explain to you where that money comes from. Either itrsquo;s going to add to our deficit, or itrsquo;s going to come out of your pocket. Seniors will have to pay more for their Medicare benefits. Students will see their interest rates go up at a time when they can rsquo;t afford it. Families who are scraping by will have to do more because the richest Americans are doing less. Thatrsquo;s not right. Thatrsquo;s not who we are. In America, our story has never been about what we can do by ourselves ndash; itrsquo;s about what we can do together. Itrsquo;s about believing in our future and the future of this country. So tell your Members of Congress to do the right thing. Call them up, write them a letter, pay them a visit, and tell them to stop giving tax breaks to people who donrsquo;t need them and start investing in the things that will help our economy grow and put people back to work. Thatrsquo;s how wersquo;ll make this country a little fairer, a little more just, and a whole lot stronger. Thank you.201204/176570President Bush Discusses Economy THE PRESIDENT: Good morning. I just completed a meeting with my working group on financial markets. We discussed the unprecedented and aggressive steps the federal government is taking to address the financial crisis. Over the past few weeks, my administration has worked with both parties in Congress to pass a financial rescue plan. Federal agencies have moved decisively to shore up struggling institutions and stabilize our markets. And the ed States has worked with partners around the world to coordinate our actions to get our economies back on track.This weekend, I met with finance ministers from the G7 and the G20 -- organizations representing some of the world's largest and fastest-growing economies. We agreed on a coordinated plan for action to provide new liquidity, strengthen financial institutions, protect our citizens' savings, and ensure fairness and integrity in the markets. Yesterday, leaders in Europe moved forward with this plan. They announced significant steps to inject capital into their financial systems by purchasing equity in major banks. And they announced a new effort to jumpstart lending by providing temporary government guarantees for bank loans. These are wise and timely actions, and they have the full support of the ed States.Today, I am announcing new measures America is taking to implement the G7 action plan and strengthen banks across our country.First, the federal government will use a portion of the 0 billion financial rescue plan to inject capital into banks by purchasing equity shares. This new capital will help healthy banks continue making loans to businesses and consumers. And this new capital will help struggling banks fill the hole created by losses during the financial crisis, so they can resume lending and help spur job creation and economic growth. This is an essential short-term measure to ensure the viability of America's banking system. And the program is carefully designed to encourage banks to buy these shares back from the government when the markets stabilize and they can raise capital from private investors.Second, and effective immediately, the FDIC will temporarily guarantee most new debt issued by insured banks. This will address one of the central problems plaguing our financial system -- banks have been unable to borrow money, and that has restricted their ability to lend to consumers and businesses. When money flows more freely between banks, it will make it easier for Americans to borrow for cars, and homes, and for small businesses to expand.Third, the FDIC will immediately and temporarily expand government insurance to cover all non-interest bearing transaction accounts. These accounts are used primarily by small businesses to cover day-to-day operations. By insuring every dollar in these accounts, we will give small business owners peace of mind and bring stability to the -- and bring greater stability to the banking system.Fourth, the Federal Reserve will soon finalize work on a new program to serve as a buyer of last resort for commercial paper. This is a key source of short-term financing for American businesses and financial institutions. And by unfreezing the market for commercial paper, the Federal Reserve will help American businesses meet payroll, and purchase inventory, and invest to create jobs.In a few moments, Secretary Paulson and other members of my Working Group on Financial Markets will explain these steps in greater detail. They will make clear that each of these new programs contains safeguards to protect the taxpayers. They will make clear that the government's role will be limited and temporary. And they will make clear that these measures are not intended to take over the free market, but to preserve it.The measures I have announced today are the latest steps in this systematic approach to address the crisis. I know Americans are deeply concerned about the stress in our financial markets, and the impact it is having on their retirement accounts, and 401(k)s, and college savings, and other investments. I recognize that the action leaders are taking here in Washington and in European capitals can seem distant from those concerns. But these efforts are designed to directly benefit the American people by stabilizing our overall financial system and helping our economy recover.It will take time for our efforts to have their full impact, but the American people can have confidence about our long-term economic future. We have a strategy that is broad, that is flexible, and that is aimed at the root cause of our problem. Nations around the world are working together to overcome this challenge. And with confidence and determination, we will return our economies to the path of growth and prosperity.Thank you.200810/52861

The President explains how the most dire warnings about the Citizens ed case have been proven valid as Republicans in Congress have blocked legislation to fix it.201009/114863

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

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