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President Bush Meets with President Compaore of Burkina Faso PRESIDENT BUSH: Mr. President, thank you for coming. I first started my conversation with the President by complimenting him on his leadership in the ed Nations and in the region. You've been a constructive force for peace and stability.And we talked about Zimbabwe. I made my position abundantly clear that, one, we are disappointed with the veto of the U.N. Security Council resolution, for which both our nations worked in concert. Secondly, we deeply care about the plight of the citizens of Zimbabwe. And we hope there's a peaceful resolution soon. I told the President, in the meantime our government is looking at, you know, sanctions beyond that which would have been levied out of the U.N. Security Council. I congratulated the President on the fact that his good nation is a recipient of a Millennium Challenge Account program. It's a program aimed to help farmers, entrepreneurs, and girls and women. It's the right thing to do, Mr. President. This grant would not have been awarded without your commitment to fighting corruption, your willingness to invest in the health and education of your people, and your adherence to marketplace principles. So I congratulate you, sir, on that.Finally, I talked to him about issues that are dear to my heart, and that are the issues of HIV/AIDS. I congratulated his country for being effective at preventing the sp of AIDS. And we talked about malaria.It's been my honor to have you here, sir. And I thank you for your leadership, and I thank you for your friendship.PRESIDENT COMPAORE: (As translated.) First of all, the President and I seized this opportunity to meet, and the first thing I did was to show gratitude to President Bush for the engagement of the ed States in favor of our country, Burkina Faso, and especially in terms of poverty reduction and economic development and all the help.But I said to the President, other than Burkina Faso, all the continent of Africa is very grateful to the initiatives taken by the ed States administration in terms of debt reduction, public aid to development, fight against HIV/AIDS, and building schools in our country.And we talked about the situation on the whole continent, the need for democracy and stability in Africa, and the urgent need for a true rule of law in Zimbabwe. We also talked about the need for a political solution to the crisis in Darfur, which is weighing very heavily in all Africa.And again, I congratulate President Bush, Congress, and the American people for their commitment for Africa.PRESIDENT BUSH: Thank you, sir.200807/44180

REMARKS BY THE PRESIDENTHONORING 2008 NASCAR SPRINT CUP CHAMPION JIMMIE JOHNSON视频下载THE PRESIDENT: Good afternoon, everyone. Please have a seat. Welcome to the White House.Just before I begin, there are a couple of acknowledgements I want to make. First of all, we've got some Wounded Warriors from Walter Reed and National Naval Medical Center, and I want everybody to give them a big round of applause. We are grateful to them. (Applause.) They're big NASCAR fans.I also want to thank a good friend and a terrific governor, Brad Henry from Oklahoma is here. Stand up, Brad. (Applause.) You know, it is not every day that we have a championship stock car parked out on the South Lawn. (Laughter.) Fortunately, we got Jimmie to agree not to do any burnouts or tear up my backyard. I also suggested to Jimmie that, in exchange for free parking, he should let me take the 48 out for a few laps. (Laughter.) He said that was fine -- but Secret Service didn't think it was fine. (Laughter.)But that's okay, because I'm just glad Jimmie could be here so we can honor him for winning his third consecutive Sprint Cup Championship. Give him a big round of applause. (Applause.) Jimmie got his start racing in motocross events at the age of five and has been racking up trophies and titles for nearly three decades now. But like me, I think his greatest achievement is probably just how far he married up. I had a chance to meet his wife, Chandra, and I'm so glad that she could be here today, as well. Congratulations for your family's success.We want to keep -- everyone who keeps the 48 up front -- we want to congratulate all of them: owner Rick Hendrick, the crew chief -- (applause.) Rick deserves a round of applause. Crew chief Chad Knaus -- did I say that right? And all the folks at Hendrick Motorsports, because we all know NASCAR, winning isn't just about who's behind the wheel during the race, it's also about who's got your back in the pit and everyone back at the shop who preps these cars week after week. With these folks at his side, Jimmie is hoping for a fourth series championship in a row this year. But I think there's another group of guys back here who may have something to say about that -- Jeff, good luck in your "drive for five." And good luck to all the other chase drivers joining us today. I'm extraordinarily grateful to them.We're also joined today by one of NASCAR's all-time greats, "The King," Richard Petty. Sitting right here. (Applause.) With a family tradition that's generations strong, the Pettys are about as close as you can get to a NASCAR dynasty. And finally, I want to recognize Mike Helton, NASCAR's president, for his dedicated leadership, and, of course, Brian France, NASCAR's chairman, and his wonderful wife, Amy, who've done so much for the sport. Please give them a big round of applause. (Applause.) And let me also take the opportunity to say that our thoughts are with the NASCAR community at the recent passing of Tom Murphy, a man who put his heart and soul into NASCAR over the years.You know, it's fitting that you've all come here to the White House -- the American people's house -- because NASCAR is a uniquely American sport. Since its humble beginnings, when moonshiners raced on the sands of Daytona Beach during prohibition, it's grown into a sport with tens of millions of fans here in America and around the world. But NASCAR is about a lot more than just racing cars. It's as much about what you give back off the track as you give on the track. It's about what you're doing to protect our environment and help America become energy independent -- using solar energy, and working to offset carbon emissions, and even hiring a director of green innovation to take your commitment to the next level. It's about supporting our troops and our veterans, from flyovers and red, white and blue paint jobs on Memorial Day to your visits to Walter Reed and Iraq and Afghanistan that show our appreciation for the brave men and women who are serving our country. And it's about all the foundations NASCAR has started to support schools and hospitals, combat hunger and homelessness, and work to help folks in our communities -- like the campers here from Victory Junction; kids who can teach us all a thing or two about courage and hope, and I hope had the time of their lives at summer camp. After all, one of the core values of the NASCAR community is the belief that service isn't just something you do once in a while when it's convenient -- it's a way of life. I think Jeff Gordon put it best when he said, simply, "Any person out there should do something some way to give back to their community." And that's what folks from more than 150 countries see around the world when they tune in to your races -- not just your speed and your skill, but also your compassion, your dedication to your families and our communities, how much you love this country and how strongly you support the heroes who serve it. That's the face of America that you show to the world.So today, I want to thank all of you for that and for everything you do to make this country a better country. And I wish you all the best of luck in this year's chase. God bless all of you, and God bless the ed States of America. Thank you very much, everybody. (Applause.)I think I've got to take a shot next to the cup here.08/81940

The President gives remarks before hosting a dinner celebrating Ramadan and highlighting the contributions of American Muslims in the State Dining Room. September 1, . (Public Domain) President Obama Speaks Before Ramadan Celebration Dinner from White House on Vimeo.09/83397

But to all those who would be tempted by weakness, let us leave no doubt that we will be as strong as we need to be for as long as we need to be.但是,对所有那些见软就欺的人来说,让我们不容置疑地表明,我们需要多么强大就会多强大:需要强大多久,就会强大多久。Over the past twenty years, since I first came to this Capital as a freshman Congressman, I have visited most of the nations of the world.自从我作为新当选的国会议员首次来到国会大厦之后的20多年来,我已经出访过世界上大多数国家。I have come to know the leaders of the world, and the great forces, the hatreds, the fears that divide the world.我结识了世界各国的领导人,了解到使世界陷于四分五裂的各种强大势力,各种深仇大恨,各种恐惧心理。I know that peace does not come through wishing for it--that there is no substitute for days and even years of patient and prolonged diplomacy.我知道,和于不会单凭愿望就能到来——这需要日复一日,甚至年复一年地进行耐心而持久的外交努力,除此别无他法。I also know the people of the world.我也了解世界各国人民。I have seen the hunger of a homeless child, the pain of a man wounded in battle, the grief of a mother who has lost her son.我见到过无家可归的儿童在忍饥挨饿,战争中挂负伤的男人在痛苦呻吟,失去孩子的母亲在无限悲伤。I know these have no ideology, no race.我知道,这些并没有意识形态和种族之分。I know America. I know the heart of America is good.我了解美国。我了解美国的心是善良的。I speak from my own heart, and the heart of my country, the deep concern we have for those who suffer, and those who sorrow.我从心底里,从我国人民的心底里,向那些蒙受不幸和痛苦的人们表达我们的深切关怀。I have taken an oath today in the presence of God and my countrymen to uphold and defend the Constitution of the ed States.今天,我在上帝和我国同胞面前宣誓,拥护和捍卫合众国宪法。To that oath I now add this sacred commitment: I shall consecrate my office, my energies, and all the wisdom I can summon, to the cause of peace among nations.除了这一誓言,我现在还要补充一项神圣的义务:我将把自己的职责、精力以及我所能使唤的一切智慧,一并奉献给各国之间的和平事业。Let this message be heard by strong and weak alike:让强者和弱者都能听到这一信息:The peace we seek to win is not victory over any other people, but the peace that comes ;with healing in its wings;; with compassion for those who have suffered;我们企求赢得的和平不是战胜任何一个民族,而是“和平天使”带来的为治愈创伤的和平:是对遭受苦难者予以同情的和平;with understanding for those who have opposed us; with the opportunity for all the peoples of this earth to choose their own destiny.是对那些反对过我们的人予以谅解的和平;是地球上各族人民都有选择自己命运的机会的和平。02/437817

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