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和田注射丰太阳穴多少钱新疆去斑除皱费用We must bring in the generations, harnessing the unused talent of the elderly and the unfocused energy of the young.我们应当把不同年龄层的人都吸收进来,发挥老年人的未尽之才,调动年轻人未用在正处的精力.For not only leadership is passed from generation to generation, but so is stewardship.因为代代相传的不仅是领导职位,而且还有对国家事务的管理。And the generation born after the Second World War has come of age.而且,第二次世界大战后出生的一代人也已经成年。I have spoken of a thousand points of light, of all the community organizations that are sp like stars throughout the Nation, doing good.我已谈及千万盏明灯的作用,也就是那些星罗棋布于全国各地、正在从事有益工作的所有社区组织。We will work hand in hand, encouraging, sometimes leading, sometimes being led, rewarding.我们要携手工作,鼓足勇气,或发挥领导作用,或从领导,这样就必能有所收获。We will work on this in the White House, in the Cabinet agencies.我们在白宫、在各内阁机构都要致力于此。I will go to the people and the programs that are the brighter points of light, and I will ask every member of my government to become involved.我会到人民中间去,发起一些更有意义的项目,我也会要求本政府的所有成员参与其事。The old ideas are new again because they are not old, they are timeless: duty, sacrifice, commitment, and a patriotism that finds its expression in taking part and pitching in.履行义务、作出牺牲、实践承诺以及爱国精神这些古老的观念,又获得了新的生机,因为它们并不陈旧,而是超越时间的,它们都会在人们的参与和奋斗中得到体现。We need a new engagement, too, between the Executive and the Congress.在政府的行政部门和国会之间,我们也需要达成一项新的约定。The challenges before us will be thrashed out with the House and the Senate.只要白宫和参、众两院协同努力,我们面临的挑战就会被一扫而光。We must bring the Federal budget into balance.我们必须使联邦预算恢复平衡。And we must ensure that America stands before the world united, strong, at peace, and fiscally sound.我们还应当保美国在全世界面前显得团结一致,坚如磐石,爱好和平,而且财政健全。But, of course, things may be difficult. We need compromise; we have had dissension.当然,事情不会是一帆风顺的。我们需要妥协让步,因为我们之间有过纷争不和;We need harmony; we have had a chorus of discordant voices.我们需要和睦相处,因为我们当中存在过激烈的意见分歧。For Congress, too, has changed in our time. There has grown a certain divisiveness.在我们这个时代,就是国会也发生了变化,其中发生了一定程度的分化,We have seen the hard looks and heard the statements in which not each others ideas are challenged, but each others motives.我们曾经看到人们怒气满面,听到人们发表各种声明,这些声明所体现的并不是不同观点的较量,而是各自动机的争执。And our great parties have too often been far apart and untrusting of each other.而且我们的两大党通常处于互不往来和互不信任的状态。It has been this way since Vietnam. That war cleaves us still.自越南战争以来,情形就一直如此。But, friends, that war began in earnest a quarter of a century ago; and surely the statute of limitations has been reached.但是, 朋友们,这场战争始于足足二十五年以前,而且肯定已经达到了法律所能允许的极限。This is a fact: The final lesson of Vietnam is that no great nation can long afford to be sundered by a memory.事实是我们从越南战争中得出了一条最后的教训,这就是任何大国都无法长期承受由记忆的阴影所造成的分裂。03/438058乌鲁木齐做激光脱毛多少钱 The collisions of party spirit which originate in speculative opinions or in different views of administrative policy are in their nature transitory.由投机观点和关于政府政策的不同意见而产生的党派精神的冲突自然只是暂时的。Those which are founded on geographical divisions,adverse interests of soil,climate,and modes of domestic life are more permanent,and therefore,perhaps,more dangerous.那些建立于地理分区,对土地和气候的不健康的兴趣,以及国内生活方式之上的东西较为持久,因而也可能较为危险,It is this which gives inestimable value to the character of our Government,at once federal and national.正是这同时在联邦和国家方面赋予我们政府特性以不可估量的价值。It holds out to us a perpetual admonition to preserve alike and with equal anxiety the rights of each individual State in its own government and the rights of the whole nation in that of the Union.这为我们提出一个劝戒,要同样地以相等渴望来保留每一个州在其自己政府中的权利和保留整个民族在联邦中的权利。Whatsoever is of domestic concernment,unconnected with the other members of the Union or with foreign lands,一切有关其内部事务而与联邦中的其它成员以及外国无关的则,belongs exclusively to the administration of the State governments.完全属于州政府的管理范围。Whatsoever directly involves the rights and interests of the federative fraternity or of foreign powers is of the resort of this General Government.一切直接关系到联邦的手足之情和外国势力则是联邦政府的范围。The duties of both are obvious in the general principle,though sometimes perplexed with diffculties in the detail.尽管有时在细节上有所困扰,两者的原则都明显表现于总的原则之中,To respect the rights of the State governments is the inviolable duty of that of the Union;尊重州立政府的权利是联邦不可违犯的责任,the government of every State will feel its own obligation to respect and preserve the rights of the whole.而各州政府则将感到自己应该尊重和保护整体的权利。The prejudices everywhere too commonly entertained against distant strangers are worn away,那些到处常常针对远方生人的偏见被消除,and the jealousies of jarring interests are allayed by the composition and functions of the great national councils annually assembled from all quarters of the Union at this place.不和利益之间的嫉妒也为每年在此处举行的集合自联邦各地的伟大国家议会的组成和功用所缓和。Here the distinguished men from every section of our country,在这里,来自我们国家每一个角落的杰出人士,while meeting to deliberate upon the great interests of those by whom they are deputed,集会在一起研讨关于选出他们的人民的重要利益。learn to estimate the talents and do justice to the virtues of each other.也学着对相互的天资和品德做出评价和公道。The harmony of the nation is promoted and the whole Union is knit together by the sentiments of mutual respect,国家的和谐得以提高而整个联邦也被相互尊重的情感,the habits of social intercourse,and the ties of personal friendship formed between the representatives of its several parts in the performance of their service at this metropolis.社会交往的习惯,以及在此都市里履行职务时其不同部门的代表之间形成的个人友谊的联系编织成一体。In this brief outline of the promise and performance of my immediate predecessor the line of duty for his successor is clearly delineated.在此简短的关于我的前任的允诺和功绩的略述中清楚归纳出他的接班人的职责范围。To pursue to their consummation those purposes of improvement in our common condition instituted,or recommended by him will embrace the whole sphere of my obligations.继续从事由他着手和建议的对我们共同条件的改进的意图,以至达到完善,将包含在我的整个责任范围To the topic of internal improvement,emphatically urged by him at this inauguration,我以特别的满意来重提他在他的就职演讲中,I recur with peculiar satisfaction,重点提出的关于内部发展方面的问题。01/86384乌鲁木齐市哪家隆鼻医院比较好

乌鲁木齐哪里打美白针比较好的Hello, everyone. I hope you’re having a safe and enjoyable Memorial Day Weekend. I’ve got some good news for us today. Not only is our economy overall growing, but one of the important sectors of our economy is on the rise again: the American automobile industry. Just a few days ago, on Tuesday, Chrysler Corporation announced that they were repaying the taxpayers for the loans we gave them when we came into office.And this announcement came six years ahead of schedule – and just two years after Chrysler Corporation emerged from bankruptcy. You know, and it’s a sign of what’s happening throughout the American automobile industry.It’s not just Chrysler. Also this week, GM announced that its Detroit Hamtramck factory will run three shifts for the first time its 26-year history. You know, that’s 2,500 more good, paying jobs.In the words of Don LaForest, of the UAW – and I want to e him – he said, “It’s mind-boggling that we can go from near-extinction to full employment in two years.”What you didn’t get to hear in my rendition of his e is the tone of his voice: It was full of pride. Genuine pride. Because I can tell you he knows – as my dad used to say - that a job is about a lot more than a paycheck. It’s about dignity. It’s about respect.And I heard the same pride, and the same feeling of dignity, when I called the Jefferson North Chrysler plant in Detroit the day Chrysler paid back its debt. I talked to a UAW worker – her name was Frances – a line worker, who said her dad had worked on that line before, and that she had been out of work for two-and-a-half years before she was hired a year ago back to the plant.I got the same sense when I went to Bonneville and Son, a Chrysler dealership in Manchester, New Hampshire a couple days ago. 85 employees came out, stood out there in the lot with me. 85 people. All of whom knew and said, had Chrysler liquidated, had we not helped them, they wouldn’t have a job. When President Obama and I came into office, we faced an auto industry on the brink of extinction. Total collapse.At the time, many people thought the President should just let GM and Chrysler go under. They didn’t think the automobile industry was essential to America’s future.The President disagreed – and, in addition, he wasn’t willing to walk away from the thousands of hardworking UAW members who worked at GM and Chrysler – and in many cases, not only all their lives, but as second and third generation employees. And he certainly wasn’t going to abandon an industry that had meant so much to our economy, and so much to so many for so long.So, he said if GM and Chrysler, and their management, and all their shareholders were willing to do the difficult work of making themselves more competitive, we would support giving them another chance.And because of what we did, the auto industry is rising again. Manufacturing is coming back. And our economy is recovering and it’s gaining traction.But the thing is this: even for a lot of people with jobs, their wages aren’t keeping pace with prices of everything from gas to groceries to health care and college tuition.That’s why the President and I remain focused on, not just recovering from this recession. We’re focused on making sure that if you work hard, play by the rules, you’ll be able to get ahead, put your kids through college, retire with dignity and security.Before I sign off, I just want to mention once again Memorial Day and remember what this holiday’s all about. You know – we still have thousands of troops deployed in harm’s way. In days past, on Memorial Day, we remembered heroes from former wars – but I think it’s absolutely essential that we all remember today that thousands of names have been added to those memorials in the wars that are still continuing. Folks, all I ask you to do is, what my wife Jill and Michelle Obama ask, to reach out to those families who have someone deployed, in your community. Let them know you know. Let them know you know the sacrifice they’re making. Engage in – as my wife would say – a single act of kindness.Maybe invite them to your barbecue this weekend. Mow their lawn. Offer to mow their lawn next week. Make it known that you appreciate their sacrifice and you’re willing to lend a hand.As I said, that’s what Jill and Michelle Obama are doing through their Joining Forces initiative. And that’s what I hope all of us will do every day as long as we have a man or woman deployed in harm’s way. Thank you for listening and enjoy the holiday.201105/138353库尔勒做激光脱毛多少钱 Well, listen, what I just want to say to the reporters who are here:嗯,听着,我只想对在这里记者们说:Youve got three small businesses who are outstanding examples of American entrepreneurship, whether its food services, retail, construction. 无论是食品务、零售及建筑行业,你们有三个小企业作为美国企业家精神的杰出例子。All across the country, youre seeing examples of folks who have confidence in the economy and have confidence in America,遍布全国,你看到的例子中,人们对经济充满信心,对美国充满信心,and its their ingenuity and their hard work thats allowed them to be successful.而他们的聪明才智和辛勤工作让他们获得成功。But organizations like the SBA have also made a difference, because sometimes private financing isnt willing to take a chance on a couple of young guys who have an idea about starting a great hoagie shop. 但像SBA这样的组织也起到了作用,因为有时私人融资并不愿意为一些有想法,想开始一间伟大三明治店的年轻人们冒险。Sometimes, it may be that a smaller business like a construction business where its relatively capital intensive is going to have difficulty competing with some of the larger companies in terms of buying the equipment that they need.有时,它可能是一门小生意,就像一笔建筑业务,它的相对资本密集型在其需要购买设备问题上将很难同一些较大的公司竞争。And so actions by Congress and good execution by the Small Business Administration can make a big difference in helping these folks see -- its not going to do it for them, its not going to make up for bad service or a bad product, but when youve got a great service or a great product and people are willing to work really hard, then action by government and the SBA can help give them a hand up and get them started.所以国会的举措和小企业的良好执行会在帮助这些人上扮演关键角色,看——不会为了他们去做,不会因为劣质务或良莠不齐的产品弥补,但当你拥有一个不错的务或一个伟大的产品,而且人们愿意真的很努力工作,那么由政府和SBA的举措可以帮助他们,让他们开始。And this is the reason why we think its so important for Congress to act right now.这就是为什么我们认为现在国会采取行动是如此重要。The economy is recovering, but weve still got a long way to go. 经济正在复苏,但我们还有很长的路要走。Too many folks are still out of work. 太多的人仍然没有工作。We’ve got some headwinds, the situation in Europe, and still a difficult housing market.我们有一些不利因素,欧洲的情况不容乐观,房地产市场仍然非常困难。And so we want to sustain momentum. 因此,我们要维持这种势头。And one of the ways that we can sustain momentum is for Congress to take some actions right now -- even though it’s election season, even though there’s gridlock, even though there’s partisanship -- take some actions right now that would really make a difference. 我们能维持这种势头其中的一个方法就是国会现在采取行动——尽管是在选举季,尽管已经陷入僵局, 尽管存在党派之争——但现在采取行动将真正起到作用。And we’ve put together a handy “To-Do” list; it’s very short. I’ve been talking about it over the last couple of weeks.我们一起已经有了“待办事项”清单,它非常短。而在过去几周我一直在谈论它。One of the items on that “To-Do” list would be to provide tax breaks for companies like these that are hiring new employees or raising the wages and salaries of their existing employees. “待办事项”清单的其中之一是可以提供税收优惠给像这样招聘新员工或提高现有员工工资的公司。Either way, what that does is it gives them an incentive as their expanding to say, maybe we hire an extra two people. 无论哪种方式,它的作用是因为其扩大,给予他们一种激励,也许我们雇佣额外的两个人。Maybe we hire an extra three people. Maybe we hire an extra ten people.也许我们雇佣额外的三个人。也许我们雇佣额外的10人。And they will have additional resources to continue to grow and to continue to expand. 他们将有额外的资源继续增长,并继续扩展。It’s something that in the past has been an idea that garnered support from Democrats and Republicans.在过去这是一种获得共和党和民主党的持的想法。There’s no reason why we shouldn’t act on that right now, the same way that we should be allowing all families to refinance, because if they’ve got an extra ,000 in their pocket, then they can buy more hoagies or go shop for some outstanding organic foods.现在我们没有理由不采取行动,同样的方式,我们应该允许所有的家庭进行再融资,因为如果他们已经在自己的口袋里有了额外的3000美元,那他们就可以买更多的三明治或者去商店买一些杰出的有机食品。And it’s the same reason why all the other items on the “To-Do” list could really make a difference.而相同的原因是为什么“待办事项”清单的所有的其他项目真正能起到作用。For example, some of these small businesses may be interested in hiring a veteran, and we’ve aly done a lot of work on veterans hiring. 例如,有些小的企业可能会有兴趣雇佣一名退伍军人,而我们已经在美国退伍军人招聘方面做了很多工作。A lot of the items on the “To-Do” list is a Veterans Job Corps that could potentially put some veterans who are coming back from Iraq and Afghanistan to work rebuilding America.“待办事项”清单列表的很多项目中有退伍军人公司可能会让一些从伊拉克和阿富汗回来的退役军人们重返重建美国的工作岗位上。So my message to Congress -- and I’m going to have a chance to see the congressional leadership when I get back to the White House -- I’m going to offer them some hoagies while they’re there -- is let’s go ahead and act to help build and sustain momentum for our economy. 所以我要告诉国会, 当我回到白宫的时候我将有机会看到国会领导人——当他们在的时候我要为他们提供一些三明治——是让我们继续采取行动帮助建立和维持我们经济的这种势头的时候了。There will be more than enough time for us to campaign and politick, but let’s make sure that we don’t lose steam at a time when a lot of folks like these are feeling pretty optimistic and are y to go.将会有足够的时间进行竞选政治宣传,但对于我们而言,我们要确保我们不失去动力,很多人对此感到相当乐观,并且已经准备好。All right. Thank you, everybody.好的。谢谢你们大家。201205/184191乌鲁木齐整形价格

阿克苏市去色素痣多少钱THE PRESIDENT: Hello, everybody! (Applause.) Hello, Ohio! (Applause.) Thank you very much, everybody. Thank you. Everybody, please relax. (Laughter.) We're going to be here for a little bit. Everybody take a seat -- if you have a seat. (Laughter.) It is great to see you -- can everybody please give Jody a big round of applause for the introduction? (Applause.) Everybody is a special guest, but we've got a few that I just want to mention. First of all, obviously you've got one of the finest governors in the country in Ted Strickland. Please give him a round of applause. (Applause.) My former colleague when he was in the Senate -- nobody fights harder for working people than Sherrod Brown. Give him a big round of applause. (Applause.) We've got a dynamo pair of members of the House of Representatives, who are so committed to their districts and committed to this state -- Betty Sutton and Marcy Kaptur. (Applause.) I have been having just a wonderful time here in town, and your mayor has just been a really nice person. (Applause.) He and I shared a burger over at Smitty's -- (applause) -- give Bill Grace a big round of applause. (Applause.)And somebody who I'm hugely impressed with because I'm just so impressed with this institution, and his leadership obviously has been critical to it -- Dr. Ray Church, your school president here at Lorain County Community College. (Applause.)Well, listen, it is great to be here in Elyria. Thank you so much for the great hospitality, the wonderful reception. Look, it's just nice being out of Washington, let me say. (Laughter.) I mean, there are some nice people in Washington, but it can drive you crazy. (Laughter.) Am I wrong, Sherrod? (Laughter.) For two years, I had the privilege of traveling across this country, and I had a chance to talk to people like you, and go to diners and sit in barbershops, and hear directly about the challenges that all of you are facing in your lives, and the opportunities that you're taking advantage of, and all the things that we face together as a nation. And the single hardest thing -- people ask me this all the time -- the single hardest thing about being President is that it's harder for me to do that nowadays. It's harder to get out of the bubble. I mean, don't get me wrong, the White House is a wonderful place to work. You live above the store -- (laughter) -- which means I've got a very short commute. I'm having -- I see my daughters before they go to school and I see them at night for dinner, even if I have to go back down to the office. And that makes everything so much better. But the truth is, this job is a little confining, and that is frustrating. I can't just go to the barbershop or sit in a diner. I can't always visit people directly.This is part of the reason why I've taken to the practice of ing 10 letters, out of the 40,000 that I get, every night just so that I can stay in touch and hear from you. But nothing beats a day where I can make an escape, I break out. And so I appreciate the chance to come here and spend a day. Before I came here I visited the EMC Precision Machining plant. I saw the great clean energy job training program here at Lorain County Community College. And I'm obviously thrilled to be able to spend some time with you.AUDIENCE MEMBERS: We love you!THE PRESIDENT: I love you back. (Applause.) Thank you. Now, look, let's be honest. These are difficult and unsettling times. They're difficult times here in Elyria; they're tough in Ohio; they're tough all across the country. I walked into office a year ago in the middle of a raging economic storm that was wreaking devastation on your town and communities everywhere. We had to take some very difficult steps to deal with that mess, to stave off an even greater economic catastrophe. We had to stabilize the financial system, which, given the role of the big banks in creating this mess, was a pretty tough pill to swallow.I knew it would be unpopular -- and rightly so. But I also knew that we had to do it because if they went down, your local banks would have gone down. And if the financial system went down, it would have taken the entire economy and millions more families and businesses with it. We would have looked -- we would have been looking at a second Great Depression.So in my first months in office, we also had to save two of the big three automakers from a liquidation bankruptcy, complete collapse. Some people weren't happy about that, either. I understand that. They felt like if you're in a business, you make a bad decision, you ought to reap the consequences, just like any business would. The problem was, if we let GM and Chrysler simply go under, hundreds of thousands of Americans would have been hurt, not just at those companies themselves, but at auto suppliers and other companies and dealers here in Michigan, up in -- here in Ohio, up in Michigan, all across this country.So we said, if you're willing to take some tough and painful steps to make yourself more competitive, we're willing to invest in your future. And earlier this week, we heard that the auto industry planned to make almost 3 million cars and trucks here in North America in the next three months, which is up 69 percent from the first three months of last year. (Applause.)We also passed a Recovery Act to pull our economy back from the brink. Now, there's been a lot of misunderstanding about this Recovery Act. Sherrod and Marcy and Betty and I were talking about this on the way over here. If you ask the average person, what was the Recovery Act, the stimulus package, they'd say, "the bank bailout." So let me just be clear here: The Recovery Act was cutting taxes for 95 percent of working families -- 15 different tax cuts for working families, seven different tax cuts for small businesses so they can start up and grow and hire. The Recovery Act was extending and increasing unemployment insurance and making COBRA available at a cheaper rate for people who had lost their jobs so they could keep their health care. (Applause.)We gave aid directly to states to help them through tough times. Ted can testify the help that it provided to the Ohio budget so we wouldn't have to lay off teachers and firefighters and police officers all across this state. And we made the largest investment in infrastructure since the creation of the Interstate Highway System, putting Americans to work rebuilding our roads, bridges, waterways -- doing the work that America needs to be done.Now, today, because we took those actions, the worst of this economic storm has passed. But families like yours and communities like this one are still reeling from the devastation it left in its wake. At one of the companies, at EMC, where I went today -- wonderful company, passed on through generations -- they have hung on with their precision manufacturing, high value added. They can do things that can't be shipped off to China because they're so attuned to their customers' needs. But they had 77 employees; now they've got 44. They want to start hiring back, but it's going to take a little time. The good news is they're starting to see orders pick up just a little bit.But it's tough. Folks have seen jobs you thought would last forever disappear. You've seen plants close and businesses shut down. I've heard about how the city government here is starting to cut into bone, not just fat. You can't get to work or go buy groceries like you used to because of cuts in the county transit system.And this all comes after one of the toughest decades our middle class has faced in generations. I mean, think about what's happened over the last 10 years, even before the crisis hit. This is a decade where some folks made tons of money, but so many others were just pedaling faster and faster, but they were stuck in the same place, sometimes slipping behind. The average wage, the average income over the last decade actually flat-lined; in some cases went down. That was before the crisis.So, for many of you, even as you found your paychecks shrinking, even as after the crisis you found the value of your biggest asset, your home, falling, the cost of everything else has gone up: the cost of groceries, the cost of sending your kids to college, costs of retirement. And you've also faced the breakneck, unrelenting climb of costs for your health care needs.Now, here's the message I want you to take away -- and we're going to have a lot of time for questions, but I want to make this absolutely clear. I did not run for President to turn away from these challenges. I didn't run to kick these challenges down the road. I ran for President to confront them –- once and for all. (Applause.)I ran for this office to rebuild our economy so it works not just for the fortunate few, but for everybody who's willing to work hard in this country -- (applause) -- to create good jobs that can support a family; to get wages growing and incomes rising; to improve the quality of America's schools and lift up great community colleges like this one so that people are constantly learning, constantly retraining for the jobs of the 21st century; to make higher education affordable for the children of working families -- and, yes, to deal with the problem of runaway health insurance costs that are breaking family budgets and breaking business budgets and breaking our national budgets. (Applause.)Now, since this has been in the news a little bit this week -- (laughter) -- let me say a little something about health care. I had no illusions when I took this on that this was going to be hard. Seven Presidents had tried it, seven Congresses had tried it -- and all of them had failed. And I had a whole bunch of political advisors telling me this may not be the smartest thing to do. "You've got a lot on your plate: the biggest economic crisis since the Great Depression; two wars. You may not get a lot of cooperation. you're going to have a lot of pushback from the insurance companies and the drug companies. It's complicated. Don't do it."Now, let me tell you why I did it. I knew that insurance premiums had more than doubled in the past decade. I knew that out-of-pocket expenses had skyrocketed. I knew that millions more people had lost their insurance, and I knew that because of that economic crisis that was only going to get worse. When you lose 7 million jobs, like we lost over the last two years, what do you think happens to those folks' health insurance? What happens when their COBRA runs out? I took this up because I wanted to ease the burdens on all the families and small businesses that can't afford to pay outrageous rates. And I wanted to protect mothers and fathers and children by being targeted by some of the worst practices of the insurance industry that I had heard time and time again as I traveled through this country. (Applause.)Now, let me dispel this notion that somehow we were focused on that, and so, as a consequence, not focused on the economy. First of all, all I think about is how we're going to create jobs in this area. All I think about is how do we get banks lending again. I've been doing that the entire year. So have folks like Sherrod and Marcy and Betty. But what I also know is, is that health care is part of the drag on our economy. It's part of the eroding security that middle-class families feel. 201001/95405 President Bush Attends Dedication of 9/11 Pentagon MemorialTHE PRESIDENT: Thank you all. Mr. Vice President; Secretary Gates; Madam Speaker; Justices of the Supreme Court; members of my Cabinet and administration; members of Congress; Admiral Mullen and the Joint Chiefs; Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, a first responder on September the 11th, 2001; directors of the Pentagon Memorial Fund -- Mr. Chairman, congratulations; families and friends of the fallen; distinguished guests; fellow citizens: Laura and I are honored to be with you.Seven years ago at this hour, a doomed airliner plunged from the sky, split the rock and steel of this building, and changed our world forever. The years that followed have seen justice delivered to evil men and battles fought in distant lands. But each day on this year -- each year on this day, our thoughts return to this place. Here, we remember those who died. And here, on this solemn anniversary, we dedicate a memorial that will enshrine their memory for all time.Building this memorial took vision and determination -- and Americans from every corner of our country answered the call. Two young architects in New York City came up with the design. A foundry near St. Louis cast the steel. An Iraqi immigrant in Illinois gave the metal its luster. And citizens from across our nation made contributions large and small to build this graceful monument.The Pentagon Memorial will stand as an everlasting tribute to 184 innocent souls who perished on these grounds. The benches here bear each of their names. And beneath each bench is a shimmering pool filled with the water of life -- a testament to those who were taken from us, and to their memories that will live on in our hearts.For the families and friends of the fallen, this memorial will be a place of remembrance. Parents will come here to remember children who boarded Flight 77 for a field trip and never emerged from the wreckage. Husbands and wives will come here to remember spouses who left for work one morning and never returned home. People from across our nation will come here to remember friends and loved ones who never had the chance to say goodbye.A memorial can never replace what those of you mourning a loved one have lost. We pray that you will find some comfort amid the peace of these grounds. We pray that you will find strength in knowing that our nation will always grieve with you.For all our citizens, this memorial will be a reminder of the resilience of the American spirit. As we walk among the benches, we will remember there could have been many more lives lost. On a day when buildings fell, heroes rose: Pentagon employees ran into smoke-filled corridors to guide their friends to safety. Firefighters rushed up the stairs of the World Trade Center as the towers neared collapse. Passengers aboard Flight 93 charged the cockpit and laid down their lives to spare countless others. One of the worst days in America's history saw some of the bravest acts in Americans' history. We'll always honor the heroes of 9/11. And here at this hallowed place, we pledge that we will never forget their sacrifice.We also honor those who raised their hands and made the noble decision to defend our nation in a time of war. When our enemies attacked the Pentagon, they pierced the rings of this building. But they could not break the resolve of the ed States Armed Forces. Since 9/11, our troops have taken the fight to the terrorists abroad so we do not have to face them here at home. Thanks to the brave men and women, and all those who work to keep us safe, there has not been another attack on our soil in 2,557 days. (Applause.)For future generations, this memorial will be a place of learning. The day will come when most Americans have no living memory of the events of September the 11th. When they visit this memorial, they will learn that the 21st century began with a great struggle between the forces of freedom and the forces of terror. They will learn that this generation of Americans met its duty -- we did not tire, we did not falter, and we did not fail. They will learn that freedom prevailed because the desire for liberty lives in the heart of every man, woman, and child on Earth.We can be optimistic about the future because we've seen the character and courage of those who defend liberty. We have been privileged to live amongst those who have volunteered to sp the foundation of peace and justice, which is freedom.Seven years ago this morning, police officer Cecil Richardson was on duty here at the Pentagon. He saw the terror that day with his own eyes. He says on some nights he can still smell the burning metal and smoke. Not long ago, he wrote me saying, "I remember the reasons we fight. I remember the losses we felt. And I remember the peace we will have."That day of peace will come. And until it does, we ask a loving God to watch over our troops in battle. We ask Him to comfort the families who mourn. And we ask Him to bless our great land.And now it's my honor to dedicate the Pentagon Memorial. (Applause.)200809/48374乌鲁木齐整形美容医院打瘦腿针多少钱和田市唇部激光脱毛价格

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