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In reaffirming the greatness of our nation, we understand that greatness is never a given. It must be earned. Our journey has never been one of short-cuts or settling for less. It has not been the path for the faint-hearted-for those who prefer leisure over work, or seek only the pleasures of riches and fame. Rather, it has been the risk-takers, the doers, the makers of things-some celebrated but more often men and women obscure in their labor, who have carried us up the long, rugged path towards prosperity and freedom.在重申我们国家伟大精神的同时,我们懂得,伟大并非天成,而是必须赢得。我们的历程从来不是走捷径或退而求其次的历程。它不是弱者的道路——它不属于好逸恶劳或只图名利享受的人;这条路属于冒险者,实干家,创造者——有些人享有盛名,但大多数是默默无闻耕耘劳作的男女志士,是他们带我们走向通往繁荣和自由漫长的崎岖之路。For us, they packed up their few worldly possessions and traveled across oceans in search of a new life.为了我们,他们打点起贫寒的行装上路,远涉重洋,追求新生活。For us, they toiled in sweatshops and settled the West; endured the lash of the whip and plowed the hard earth.为了我们,他们在血汗工厂劳作,在西部原野拓荒,忍着鞭笞之痛在坚硬的土地上耕耘。For us, they fought and died, in places like Concord and Gettysburg; Normandy and Khe Sanh.为了我们,他们奔赴疆场,英勇捐躯,长眠于康科德、葛底斯堡、诺曼底和溪山。Time and again these men and women struggled and sacrificed and worked till their hands were raw so that we might live a better life. They saw America as bigger than the sum of our individual ambitions; greater than all the differences of birth or wealth or faction.为了我们能够过上更好的生活,他们前赴后继,历尽艰辛,全力奉献,不辞劳苦,直至双手结起层层老茧。他们看到的美国超越了我们每一个人的雄心壮志,也超越了所有种族、财富或派系的差异。This is the journey we continue today. We remain the most prosperous, powerful nation on Earth. Our workers are no less productive than when this crisis began. Our minds are no less inventive, our goods and services no less needed than they were last week or last month or last year. Our capacity remains undiminished. But our time of standing pat, of protecting narrow interests and putting off unpleasant decisions-that time has surely passed. Starting today, we must pick ourselves up, dust ourselves off, and begin again the work of remaking America.今天,我们踏上了这一未完的旅程。我们依然是地球上最繁荣、最强大的国家。我们的劳动者的创造力并没有因为眼前的这场危机而减弱。我们的头脑依然像以往那样善于发明创新。我们的产品与务仍旧像上星期、上个月或去年一样受人欢迎。我们的能力丝毫无损。但是,维持现状、保护狭隘的利益集团、推迟困难的抉择的时代无疑已成为过去。从今天开始,让我们团结一致,振作精神,重新开启再造美国的事业。201406/303004Thank you. Good morning. Thank you. Thank you very much, Major General Padilla. Thank you, all of you. Its a great privilege for me to be able to be here today. Im delighted to be in the presence of so many people currently serving our nation, all with great distinction. And its a privilege to be at NDU. Im also honored that the Secretary of the Air Force Debbie James is here. Thank you very much for being part of this.Before I begin, I want to underscore how pleased I am that our sailors were safely returned into ed States hands this morning. (Applause.)As a former sailor myself, as the general mentioned, I know as well as anybody how important our naval presence is around the world, and certainly in the Gulf region, and I could not be – and I know the President could not be prouder of our men and women in uniform. I also want to thank the Iranian authorities for their cooperation and quick response. These are always situations which, as everybody here knows, have an ability, if not properly guided, to get out of control. And Im appreciative for the quick and appropriate response of the Iranian authorities. All indications suggest or tell us that our sailors were well taken care of, provided with blankets and food and assisted with their return to the fleet earlier today. And I think we can all imagine how a similar situation might have played out three or four years ago and, in fact, it is clear that today this kind of issue was able to be peacefully resolved and efficiently resolved, and that is a testament to the critical role that diplomacy plays in keeping our country safe, secure, and strong. And that is really at the core of what I am here to talk about today.As all of you know, yesterday President Obama delivered his final State of the Union Address. And I might add, for my part, with nearly 29 years in the ed States Senate, I have been attending State of the Union messages since 1985. Ronald Reagan was my first. So it was my last too.The Presidents agenda for 2016, it is clear from the speech he gave last night, is bold and ambitious – and I think that is particularly true when it comes to foreign policy. The reason for that is simple: In this extraordinarily complicated time, the demand for ed States leadership – the demand for leadership everywhere – but the demand particularly for leadership from what the President appropriately called the most powerful nation in the world is as high as it has ever been. And we understand that and we accept that responsibility willingly. That is why the ed States will remain more engaged in more places around the world than at any other time in history.The Presidents primary responsibility, as all of you know, is and always has been to protect the people of our country, protect the American people. He underscored that again last night. And I know that each of you here can relate to that because NDUs mission is to educate, develop and inspire national security leaders – not all of them from our country but to inspire national security leaders. And many of you here today have aly contributed significantly to our nations security and safety – including some of you on the front lines of battle and we are grateful, very grateful for that.The goal of keeping our country safe for American officials – but I know Im talking to visiting officers from various parts of the world – the goal for all of you with respect to your own countries and at the core of everybodys foreign policy is to have a strategy that most effectively represents the interests and values of your nation. That is our goal. Certainly, a big part of achieving that is addressing the immediate crises of the day, and believe me, they arise suddenly and without anticipation. I was yesterday sitting with Secretary of Defense Carter to my left and with the secretary of foreign affairs and of defense from the Philippines to our right when we got a message regarding our two vessels in the Gulf and the fact that they were at Farsi Island. So things can change in a nanosecond.As we plan for the coming year, we are focused on looking for long-term solutions – not the crises of the day – but on finding a way to lay the groundwork for security and stability for decades to come.Now, some people look around at the daily headlines and they suggest that the world is increasingly chaotic and doomed to disorder. Well, Im about to enter my fourth year as Secretary of State, and let me make it clear from all that I have experienced, from all that I have seen: I strongly disagree with that judgment. Yes, there are challenges. When are there not? But as I travel the world, as I talk to foreign ministers, prime ministers, presidents, people all across this planet, I dont sense an unraveling of the global fabric. On the contrary: I see a world that in critical areas is actually coming together.Now, obviously, in some respects, 2015 was a year of turbulence and tragedy. But the fact is we also saw and measured remarkable advances in every single corner of the globe. We witnessed barriers that have long divided nations begin to break down. We reached historic agreements on climate change, the Iran nuclear program, trade. We made progress on issues that have seemed intractable for years, and in some cases decades. We hadnt talked to the Iranians in 35 years. We are working, making progress in various sectors of economic diplomacy as well as straightforward security diplomacy.And the key word that I ask you to focus on is “progress” – progress. Obviously, our work isnt over. Its far from over. Its never going to end for one administration to another. We witness a process of transformation. But this is a very different century we are entering from the last century, a century of two world wars and of major conflict – Korea, Vietnam, Afghanistan, and Iraq.201602/426002

Good morning 早上好Im Stephen Colbert 我是斯蒂芬·科尔伯特and I want thank 我想感谢or ;thank; 或者说;感谢;the class of 2013 2013届毕业生们for inviting me here today 感谢今天邀请我来Thank you very much. Its an honor 非常感谢 这是一份荣耀This is way more than I expected 这比我预想的多太多了I wouldve done it for free. This is incredibly generous我本打算免费出场的 你们太大方了Thank you 谢谢你们Now before I get started在开始演讲之前I just want a little bit of business 先做一下商务推广out of courtesy, if anyone has a cell phone 出于礼貌 如果大家有手机的话please take a moment to make sure that it is turned on 请花一小会 确保手机开着I wouldnt want any of you to miss a text or我不想让任何人错过tweet while Im giving my speech 我在演讲时发的消息或推特In fact, you might want to take a minute right now 实际上 我希望你们花一分钟时间if youve got the twitter app 如果你们有推特应用的话is take a moment right now and follow my twitter feed 现在花点时间粉一下我的推特帐号Its @StephenAtHome我的推特是@StephenAtHomejust in case I tweet anything during the speech 这样等下演讲时我发推特 你们就能读到And now then it is an honor to be speaking at your 2013 Valedictory Exercises 然后 很荣幸在你们的2013年优秀毕业生典礼上致辞I believe that means on Im this years valedictorian 我相信这意味着我是今年致词的最优秀毕业生and Im shocked as you are because 我同你们一样感到震惊 因为201602/427077

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