their Babylonian times of their Babylonian Sumerian Doctrine and laws
Ps:118:24: This is the day which the LORD hath made; we will rejoice and be glad in it.
of Iniquity unto desolation for
them who Deny the Christ, Jesus the Lord.
Address to the Noahide Nation
Deja Vu 2
Delivers "State of the Union"
The U.S. Capitol
9:01 P.M. EST
THE PRESIDENT: Mr. Speaker, Vice President Cheney, members of Congress,
distinguished citizens and fellow citizens: Every year, by law and by custom,
we meet here to consider the state of the union. This year, we gather in this
chamber deeply aware of decisive days that lie ahead.
For Aholah (GOP) and Aholibah (Demoncrats) her whore
sister both know the game plan.
You and I serve our country in a time of great consequence.
By TREASON and Blasphemy, HJR 104 PL 102-14
During this session of Congress, we have the duty to reform domestic
programs vital to our country; we have the opportunity to save millions of
lives abroad from a terrible disease. We will work for a prosperity that is
broadly shared, and we will answer every danger and every enemy that threatens
the American people. (Applause.)
In all these days of promise and days of reckoning, we can be confident. In
a whirlwind of change and hope and peril, our
faith is sure, our resolve is firm, and our union is strong. (Applause.)
Prov:1:27: When your fear cometh as desolation, and your destruction cometh as a whirlwind; when distress and anguish cometh upon you.
This country has many challenges. We will not deny, we will not ignore, we
will not pass along our problems to other Congresses, to other presidents, and
other generations. (Applause.) We will confront them with focus and clarity
Because there will be no others?
During the last two years, we have seen what can be accomplished when we
work together. To lift the standards of our public schools, we achieved
historic education reform -- which must now be carried out in every school and
in every classroom, so that every child in America can read and learn and
succeed in life. (Applause.)
Educat-shun and Shearing Day USA "No Child Left
behind" from the dragon
To protect our country, we reorganized our government and created the
Department of Homeland Security, which is mobilizing against the threats of a
Lead by the Talmudic Hassidic son of rib-eyes the RED
Sofiet Chert-off who will enforce their Noahide Laws of the dragon
To bring our economy out of recession, we delivered the largest tax relief
in a generation. (Applause.) To insist on integrity in American business we
passed tough reforms, and we are holding corporate criminals to account.
and we tripled the deficit
Some might call this a good record; I call it a good start.
a good start is the Gallows
Tonight I ask the House and Senate to join me in the
next bold steps to serve our fellow citizens.
even more freedoms destroyed
Our first goal is clear: We must have an economy that grows fast enough to
employ every man and woman who seeks a job. (Applause.)
Oom gawa gawa
After recession, terrorist attacks, corporate scandals and stock market
declines, our economy is recovering -- yet it's not growing fast enough, or
With unemployment rising, our nation needs more small businesses to open,
more companies to invest and expand, more employers to put up the sign that
says, "Help Wanted." (Applause.)
oom gawa gawa
We will put all new toilets in your teepee's
oom gawa gawa
Jobs are created when the economy grows; the economy grows when Americans
have more money to spend and invest; and the best and fairest way to make sure
Americans have that money is not to tax it away in the first place.
Value added tax coming soon
I am proposing that all the income tax reductions set for 2004 and
2006 be made permanent and effective this year. (Applause.) And under my plan,
as soon as I sign the bill, this extra money will start showing up in workers'
paychecks. Instead of gradually reducing the marriage penalty, we should do it
now. (Applause.) Instead of slowly raising the child credit to $1,000, we
should send the checks to American families now. (Applause.)
Hey what happened to those first checks ? And why did
my Taxes increase? BECAUSE it IS a LIE
The tax relief is for everyone who pays income taxes -- and it will help
our economy immediately: 92 million Americans will keep, this year, an average
of almost $1,000 more of their own money. A family of four with an income of
$40,000 would see their federal income taxes fall from $1,178 to $45 per year.
(Applause.) Our plan will improve the bottom line for more than 23 million
we will put all new colored TV's in every Teepee
oom gawa gawa
You, the Congress, have already passed all these reductions, and promised
them for future years. If this tax relief is good for Americans three, or
five, or seven years from now, it is even better for Americans today.
running water in every teepee
oom gawa gawa
We should also strengthen the economy by treating investors equally in our
tax laws. It's fair to tax a company's profits. It is not fair to again tax
the shareholder on the same profits. (Applause.) To boost investor confidence,
and to help the nearly 10 million senior who receive dividend income, I ask
you to end the unfair double taxation of dividends. (Applause.)
Lower taxes and greater investment will help this economy expand. More jobs
mean more taxpayers, and higher revenues to our government. The best way to
address the deficit and move toward a balanced budget is to encourage economic
growth, and to show some spending discipline in Washington, D.C. (Applause.)
Put more Mammon in Haliburton coffers
We must work together to fund only our most important priorities. I will
send you a budget that increases discretionary spending by 4 percent next year
-- about as much as the average family's income is expected to grow. And that
is a good benchmark for us. Federal spending should not rise any faster than
the paychecks of American families. (Applause.)
A growing economy and a focus on essential priorities will also be crucial
to the future of Social Security. As we continue to work together to keep
Social Security sound and reliable, we must offer younger workers a chance to
invest in retirement accounts that they will control and they will own.
Our second goal is high quality, affordable health care for all Americans.
every teepee with wigwam
oom gawa gawa
The American system of medicine is a model of skill and innovation,
with a pace of discovery that is adding good years to our lives. Yet for many
people, medical care costs too much -- and many have no coverage at all. These
problems will not be solved with a nationalized health care system that
dictates coverage and rations care. (Applause.)
Instead, we must work toward a system in which all Americans have a good
insurance policy, choose their own doctors, and seniors and low-income
Americans receive the help they need. (Applause.)
clapping insurance executives
Instead of bureaucrats and trial lawyers and HMOs, we must put
doctors and nurses and patients back in charge of American medicine.
Health care reform must begin with Medicare; Medicare is the binding
commitment of a caring society. (Applause.) We must renew that commitment by
giving seniors access to preventive medicine and new drugs that are
transforming health care in America.
Mind altering drugs
Seniors happy with the current Medicare system should be able to keep their
coverage just the way it is. (Applause.) And just like you -- the members of
Congress, and your staffs, and other federal employees -- all seniors should
have the choice of a health care plan that provides prescription drugs.
My budget will commit an additional $400 billion over the next decade to
reform and strengthen Medicare. Leaders of both political parties have talked
for years about strengthening Medicare. I urge the members of this new
Congress to act this year. (Applause.)
to raise the deficit another 4 Billion
To improve our health care system, we must address one of the prime causes
of higher cost, the constant threat that physicians and hospitals will be
unfairly sued. (Applause.) Because of excessive litigation, everybody pays
more for health care, and many parts of America are losing fine doctors. No
one has ever been healed by a frivolous lawsuit. I urge the Congress to pass
medical liability reform. (Applause.)
so what if they leave a ten inch surgical tool in
your stomach......hey don't be Frivolous
Our third goal is to promote energy independence for our country, while
dramatically improving the environment. (Applause.)
See depleted Uranium Bombings in Middle East
I have sent you a comprehensive energy plan to promote energy
efficiency and conservation, to develop cleaner technology, and to produce
more energy at home. (Applause.)
I have sent it to Halliburton, Exxon Hevron....etc...etc
I have sent you Clear Skies legislation that mandates a 70-percent cut in
air pollution from power plants over the next 15 years. (Applause.)
I have sent you a Healthy Forests Initiative, to help prevent the
catastrophic fires that devastate communities, kill wildlife, and burn away
millions of acres of treasured forest. (Applause.)
I have allowed the Paper Magnates to destroy
I urge you to pass these measures, for the good of both our environment and
our economy. (Applause.) Even more, I ask you to take a crucial step and
protect our environment in ways that generations before us could not have
see Afghanistan and the Future Nuking of Iran
In this century, the greatest environmental progress will come about not
through endless lawsuits or command-and-control regulations, but through
technology and innovation. Tonight I'm proposing $1.2 billion in research
funding so that America can lead the world in developing clean,
hydrogen-powered automobiles. (Applause.)
whooooooooooooooooooey, every teepee will have
appaloosa parked in front
oom gawa gawa
A single chemical reaction between hydrogen and oxygen generates energy,
which can be used to power a car -- producing only water, not exhaust fumes.
With a new national commitment, our scientists and engineers will overcome
obstacles to taking these cars from laboratory to showroom, so that the first
car driven by a child born today could be powered by hydrogen, and
how about ELF?
Join me in this important innovation to make our air significantly cleaner,
and our country much less dependent on foreign sources of energy. (Applause.)
Support the troops who support me, and we will insure
of it immediately
Our fourth goal is to apply the compassion of America to the deepest
problems of America. For so many in our country -- the homeless and the
fatherless, the addicted -- the need is great. Yet there's power,
wonder-working power, in the goodness and idealism and faith of the
Judeo-Churchinsanity apostate blood lust faith
Americans are doing the work of compassion every day -- visiting prisoners,
providing shelter for battered women, bringing companionship to lonely
seniors. These good works deserve our praise; they deserve our personal
support; and when appropriate, they deserve the assistance of the federal
Congradulations Chabad Lubavitch, for you are given
even more Shearing Day power
I urge you to pass both my faith-based initiative
and the Citizen Service Act, to encourage acts of compassion that can
transform America, one heart and one soul at a time. (Applause.)
Last year, I called on my fellow citizens to participate in the USA Freedom
Corps, which is enlisting tens of thousands of new volunteers across America.
spies for Ze Homelandt "Say" Kurity"
of Akt 15
Tonight I ask Congress and the American people to focus the spirit of
service and the resources of government on the needs of some of our most
vulnerable citizens -- boys and girls trying to grow up without guidance and
attention, and children who have to go through a prison gate to be hugged by
their mom or dad.
where there are more people in the Amarakan Gulag
then anyother country combined
I propose a $450-million initiative to bring mentors to more than a
million disadvantaged junior high students and children of prisoners.
extra curricular Noahide mentors
Government will support the training and recruiting of mentors; yet it is
the men and women of America who will fill the need. One mentor, one person
can change a life forever. And I urge you to be that one person. (Applause.)
and snare a soul for his dragon of Sanhedrin
Another cause of hopelessness is addiction to drugs.
see Poppy Bush
Addiction crowds out friendship, ambition,
moral conviction, and reduces all the richness of life to a single
destructive desire. As a government, we are fighting illegal drugs by cutting
off supplies and reducing demand through anti-drug education programs.
and we allowed the Taliban to regain control of the
Opium fields of death, and the ecstasy from ITSREALHELL
Yet for those already addicted, the fight against drugs is a fight for
their own lives. Too many Americans in search of treatment cannot get it. So
tonight I propose a new $600-million program to help an additional 300,000
Americans receive treatment over the next three years. (Applause.)
By our "Mental Health screener's"
Our nation is blessed with recovery programs that do amazing work. One of
them is found at the Healing Place Church in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. A man in
the program said, "God does miracles in people's lives, and you never
think it could be you." Tonight, let us bring to all Americans who
struggle with drug addiction this message of hope: The miracle of recovery is
possible, and it could be you. (Applause.)
After School Hours
7 Noachide Laws · Chabad House · Charity · Education ... So
too in after school
hours. Many hours are frittered away in useless activities, ...
Educating Mankind (The Seven Noachide Commandments) · The
Seven Noachide Laws
... After School Hours · Education: A Moral Imperative ...
- Education Day USA
After School Hours Student's Translation / adapted from a
sicha 19 Kislev 5742
... Lubavitch - loo BAH vitch Rebbe - REH bee, REH beh Chabad - khah BAHD
Gore: Education Day USA
Noachide Laws, seven laws, given to Noah, considered by rabbis
as incumbent on
all men ... teaching their children at least one hour per day (after school,
is Public Law 102-14
After School Hours Student's Translation / adapted from a
sicha 19 Kislev 5742
... Chabad - khah BAHD. http://www.rb.org.il/noahide/directory/essays7.htm ...
ooom gawa gawa
By caring for children who need mentors, and for addicted men and women who
need treatment, we are building a more welcoming society -- a culture that
values every life. And in this work we must not overlook the weakest among us.
I ask you to protect infants at the very hour of their birth and end the
practice of partial-birth abortion. (Applause.) And because no human life
should be started or ended as the object of an experiment, I ask you to set a
high standard for humanity, and pass a law against all human cloning.
we assure you Bushitler we do not want another
The qualities of courage and compassion that we strive for in America also
determine our conduct abroad.
see Torture at Abu Ghraib
The American flag stands for more than our power and our interests.
for it is Noahide Gold fringed in our Freemason
Courts of the Dragon
Our founders dedicated this country to the cause of human dignity, the
rights of every person, and the possibilities of every life. This conviction
leads us into the world to help the afflicted, and defend the peace, and
confound the designs of evil men.
The Founders warned about the inculcation of satan
and state...see HJR 104, PL 102-14 by Blasphemy and TREASON
In Afghanistan, we helped liberate an oppressed people.
And we will continue helping them secure their country,
and continue with the murders of their once sovereign
rebuild their society, and educate all their children -- boys and
at your Taxpaying expense.....ooooom gawa gawa
(Applause.) In the Middle East, we will continue to seek peace
between a secure Israel and a democratic Palestine. (Applause.)
Thus we will create even more bloodshed, for Peace is
Across the Earth, America is feeding the hungry -- more than 60 percent of
international food aid comes as a gift from the people of the United
Yet Katrina's Bushitler FEMA Victims are still
As our nation moves troops and builds (Noahide)
alliances to make our world safer, we must also remember our calling as a
blessed country is to make this world better.
Gawd Bliss Amaraka the apostate of the RED Sofiet
Today, on the continent of Africa, nearly 30 million people have the AIDS
virus -- including 3 million children under the age 15.
Thanks for the Virus
There are whole countries in Africa where more than one-third of the
adult population carries the infection. More than 4 million require immediate
drug treatment. Yet across that continent, only 50,000 AIDS victims -- only
50,000 -- are receiving the medicine they need.
Because the AIDS diagnosis is considered a death sentence, many do not seek
treatment. Almost all who do are turned away. A doctor in rural South Africa
describes his frustration. He says, "We have no medicines. Many hospitals
tell people, you've got AIDS, we can't help you. Go home and die." In an
age of miraculous medicines, no person should have to hear those words.
Do you hear Iraq?
AIDS can be prevented. Anti-retroviral drugs can extend life for many
years. And the cost of those drugs has dropped from $12,000 a year to under
$300 a year -- which places a tremendous possibility within our grasp. Ladies
and gentlemen, seldom has history offered a greater opportunity to do so much
for so many.
We have confronted, and will continue to confront, HIV/AIDS in our own
country. And to meet a severe and urgent crisis abroad, tonight I propose the
Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief -- a work of mercy beyond all current
international efforts to help the people of Africa. This comprehensive plan
will prevent 7 million new AIDS infections, treat at least 2 million people
with life-extending drugs, and provide humane care for millions of people
suffering from AIDS, and for children orphaned by AIDS. (Applause.)
I ask the Congress to commit $15 billion over the
next five years, including nearly $10 billion in new money, to turn the
tide against AIDS in the most afflicted nations of Africa and the Caribbean.
This nation can lead the world in sparing innocent people from a plague of
nature. And this nation is leading the world in confronting and defeating the
man-made evil of international terrorism. (Applause.)
When did you begin putting in prison your staff?
There are days when our fellow citizens do not hear news about the war on
the war on the opposers of the shemborg collective.
Oh yeah do not forget about Sheehan, who opposed you last nigh Bushitler
There's never a day when I do not learn of another threat, or receive
reports of operations in progress, or give an order in this global war against
a scattered network of killers.
Or choke on a Talmudic pretzel, of fall on my coffee
The war goes on, and we are winning. (Applause.)
To date, we've arrested or otherwise dealt with many key commanders of al
Qaeda. They include a man who directed logistics and funding for the September
the 11th attacks; the chief of al Qaeda operations in the Persian Gulf, who
planned the bombings of our embassies in East Africa and the USS Cole; an al
Qaeda operations chief from Southeast Asia; a former director of al Qaeda's
training camps in Afghanistan; a key al Qaeda operative in Europe; a major al
Qaeda leader in Yemen. All told, more than 3,000 suspected terrorists have
been arrested in many countries. Many others have met a different fate. Let's
put it this way -- they are no longer a problem to the United States and our
friends and allies. (Applause.)
And I was Usama ben Ladeins, brothers Partner in
We are working closely with other nations to prevent further attacks.
America and coalition countries have uncovered and stopped terrorist
conspiracies targeting the American embassy in Yemen, the American embassy in
Singapore, a Saudi military base, ships in the Straits of Hormuz and the
Straits the Gibraltar. We've broken al Qaeda cells in Hamburg, Milan, Madrid,
London, Paris, as well as, Buffalo, New York.
and established the Noahide laws there
We have the terrorists on the run. We're keeping them on the run. One by
one, the terrorists are learning the meaning of American justice. (Applause.)
Noahide Freemason Courts of Justice, detented without
charges being made for years and years
As we fight this war, we will remember where it began -- here, in our own
So we carried it to Afghanistan, then by TREASON we
attacked sovereign Iraq and next we will carry it to Iran then Syria then to
This government is taking unprecedented measures to protect our people and
defend our homeland.
So we must strip Amaraka of her freedom for the shem
sham of shame
We've intensified security at the borders and ports of entry, posted more
than 50,000 newly-trained federal screeners in airports,
begun inoculating troops and first responders against smallpox, and are
deploying the nation's first early warning network of sensors to detect
biological attack. And this year, for the first time, we are beginning to
field a defense to protect this nation against ballistic missiles. (Applause.)
I thank the Congress for supporting these measures.
For they are your accomplices in TREASON since HJR
104, PL 102-14 in 1991 by the 102nd Congress
I ask you tonight to add to our future security with a major research
and production effort to guard our people against bioterrorism, called Project
Bioshield. The budget I send you will propose almost $6
billion to quickly make available effective vaccines and treatments
against agents like anthrax, botulinum toxin, Ebola, and plague.
Which we manufacture in our Government facilities and
We must assume that our enemies would use these diseases as weapons,
and we must act before the dangers are upon us. (Applause.)
Beware of Dan Bushitler and his Talmudic Neo-Conmen
the Hassidim Chabad Lubavitchers who control Sanhedrin
Since September the 11th, our intelligence and law enforcement agencies
have worked more closely than ever to track and disrupt the terrorists.
Look in ITSREALHELL and the White House
The FBI is improving its ability to analyze intelligence, and is
transforming itself to meet new threats.
Papers Please !!!
Tonight, I am instructing the leaders of the FBI, the CIA, the Homeland
Security, and the Department of Defense to develop a Terrorist Threat
to merge and analyze all threat information in a single location. Our
government must have the very best information possible, and we will use it to
make sure the right people are in the right places to protect all our
or to shoot them at point blank
Our war against terror is a contest of will in which perseverance is power.
In the ruins of two towers, at the western wall of the Pentagon,
Remember Flight 77 of 770 Eastern Parkway?
on a field in Pennsylvania, this nation made a pledge, and we renew that
pledge tonight: Whatever the duration of this struggle, and whatever the
difficulties, we will not permit the triumph of violence in the affairs of men
-- free people will set the course of history. (Applause.)
We will attempt to get rid of Aholibah the king of
the south and take that whore city jerusalem, that spiritual Sodom and
Egypt we desire
Today, the gravest danger in the war on terror, the gravest danger facing
America and the world, is outlaw regimes that seek and possess nuclear,
chemical, and biological weapons.
See Bushitler ad-menstruation and his Hassidim Chabad
These regimes could use such weapons for blackmail, terror, and mass
murder. They could also give or sell those weapons to terrorist allies, who
would use them without the least hesitation.
Yeah so we see
This threat is new; America's duty is familiar.
Enforce the Noahide Laws upon all apostate mankind
Throughout the 20th century, small groups of men seized control of great
nations, built armies and arsenals, and set out to dominate the weak and
intimidate the world.
See Coup d' etat, Whitehouse, 2000
In each case, their ambitions of cruelty and murder had no limit. In each
case, the ambitions of Hitlerism, militarism, and communism were defeated by
the will of free peoples, by the strength of great alliances, and by the might
of the United States of America. (Applause.)
Lest you have forgotten Bushitler
Now, in this century, the ideology of power and domination has appeared
again, and seeks to gain the ultimate weapons of terror. Once again, this
nation and all our friends are all that stand between a world at peace, and
a world of chaos and constant alarm. Once again, we are called to
defend the safety of our people, and the hopes of all mankind. And we accept
this responsibility. (Applause.)
H. J. RES. 104
To designate March 26, 1991, as `Education Day, U.S.A.'.
HJ 104 EH
H. J. RES. 104
To designate March 26, 1991, as `Education Day, U.S.A.'.
Whereas Congress recognizes the historical tradition of ethical values and
principles which are the basis of civilized society and upon which our great
Nation was founded;
Whereas these ethical values and principles have been the bedrock of
society from the dawn of civilization, when they were known as the Seven
Whereas without these ethical values and principles the edifice of
civilization stands in serious peril of returning to
Yes we do understand your TREASON and
America is making a broad and determined effort to confront these dangers.
Global Noahide enforcement, By Peace they destroy
We have called on the United Nations to fulfill its charter and stand
by its demand that Iraq disarm.
hahahhahhahhah Bushitler do you know whether it is
Oceana or Eurasia we are fighting today
We're strongly supporting the International Atomic Energy Agency in its
mission to track and control nuclear materials around the world. We're working
with other governments to secure nuclear materials in the former Soviet Union,
and to strengthen global treaties banning the production and shipment of
missile technologies and weapons of mass destruction.
see the 400? Nukes in ITSREALHELL which the
Treasonous Vipers in Washington DC gave them their knowledge to Build
In all these efforts, however, America's purpose is more than to follow a
process -- it is to achieve a result: the end of terrible threats to the
civilized world. All free nations have a stake in preventing sudden and
catastrophic attacks. And we're asking them to join us, and many are doing so.
Yet the course of this nation does not depend on the decisions of others.
(Applause.) Whatever action is required, whenever action is necessary, I will
defend the freedom and security of the American people. (Applause.)
You will become Noahide Nation....or else
Different threats require different strategies. In Iran, we continue to see
a government that represses its people, pursues weapons of mass destruction,
and supports terror. We also see Iranian citizens risking intimidation and
death as they speak out for liberty and human rights and democracy. Iranians,
like all people, have a right to choose their own government and determine
their own destiny -- and the United States supports their aspirations to live
in freedom. (Applause.)
So we must go in and Bomb them all to hell
On the Korean Peninsula, an oppressive regime rules a people living in fear
and starvation. Throughout the 1990s, the United States relied on a negotiated
framework to keep North Korea from gaining nuclear weapons. We now know that
that regime was deceiving the world, and developing those weapons all along.
And today the North Korean regime is using its nuclear program to incite fear
and seek concessions. America and the world will not be blackmailed.
NO? Hey what about the black eye?
America is working with the countries of the region -- South Korea, Japan,
China, and Russia -- to find a peaceful solution, and to show the North Korean
government that nuclear weapons will bring only isolation, economic
stagnation, and continued hardship.
We smugly work with RED Sofiet Talmudic Marxist
China, to bring this Noahide Global enforcement to its fruition
(Applause.) The North Korean regime will find respect in the world and
revival for its people only when it turns away from its nuclear ambitions.
So we should take them and Give them to our gods of
Our nation and the world must learn the lessons of the Korean Peninsula and
not allow an even greater threat to rise up in Iraq. A brutal dictator, with a
history of reckless aggression, with ties to terrorism, with great potential
wealth, will not be permitted to dominate a vital region and threaten the
United States. (Applause.)
Twelve years ago, Saddam Hussein faced the prospect of being the last
casualty in a war he had started and lost. To spare himself, he agreed to
disarm of all weapons of mass destruction. For the next 12 years, he
systematically violated that agreement. He pursued chemical, biological, and
nuclear weapons, even while inspectors were in his country. Nothing to date
has restrained him from his pursuit of these weapons -- not economic
sanctions, not isolation from the civilized world, not even cruise missile
strikes on his military facilities.
Remember "Purim Iraq" by Treason?
Almost three months ago, the United Nations Security Council gave Saddam
Hussein his final chance to disarm.
See Purim Iran coming up in just 1
He has shown instead utter contempt for the United Nations, and for the
opinion of the world. The 108 U.N. inspectors were sent to conduct -- were not
sent to conduct a scavenger hunt for hidden materials across a country the
size of California. The job of the inspectors is to verify that Iraq's regime
is disarming. It is up to Iraq to show exactly where it is hiding its banned
weapons, lay those weapons out for the world to see, and destroy them as
directed. Nothing like this has happened.
So by Treason they have slain mercilessly
The United Nations concluded in 1999 that Saddam Hussein had biological
weapons sufficient to produce over 25,000 liters of anthrax -- enough doses to
kill several million people. He hasn't accounted for that material. He's given
no evidence that he has destroyed it.
And it is Proven that by TREASON they manufactured
these weapons to Gain Iraq of Eretz ITSREALHELL
The United Nations concluded that Saddam Hussein had materials sufficient
to produce more than 38,000 liters of botulinum toxin -- enough to subject
millions of people to death by respiratory failure. He hadn't accounted for
that material. He's given no evidence that he has destroyed it.
Our intelligence officials estimate that Saddam Hussein had the materials
to produce as much as 500 tons of sarin, mustard and VX nerve agent. In such
quantities, these chemical agents could also kill untold thousands. He's not
accounted for these materials. He has given no evidence that he has destroyed
U.S. intelligence indicates that Saddam Hussein had upwards of 30,000
munitions capable of delivering chemical agents. Inspectors recently turned up
16 of them -- despite Iraq's recent declaration denying their existence.
Saddam Hussein has not accounted for the remaining 29,984 of these prohibited
munitions. He's given no evidence that he has destroyed them.
From three Iraqi defectors we know that Iraq, in the late 1990s, had
several mobile biological weapons labs. These are designed to produce germ
warfare agents, and can be moved from place to a place to evade inspectors.
Saddam Hussein has not disclosed these facilities. He's given no evidence that
he has destroyed them.
The International Atomic Energy Agency confirmed in the 1990s that Saddam
Hussein had an advanced nuclear weapons development program, had a design for
a nuclear weapon and was working on five different methods of enriching
uranium for a bomb. The British government has learned that Saddam Hussein
recently sought significant quantities of uranium from Africa. Our
intelligence sources tell us that he has attempted to purchase high-strength
aluminum tubes suitable for nuclear weapons production. Saddam Hussein has not
credibly explained these activities. He clearly has much to hide.
The dictator of Iraq is not disarming. To the contrary; he is deceiving.
By deception he say's Saddam is deceiving
From intelligence sources we know, for instance,(Mossad
-M15) that thousands of Iraqi security personnel are at work
hiding documents and materials from the U.N. inspectors, sanitizing inspection
sites and monitoring the inspectors themselves. Iraqi officials accompany the
inspectors in order to intimidate witnesses.
Iraq is blocking U-2 surveillance flights requested by the United Nations.
Iraqi intelligence officers are posing as the scientists inspectors are
supposed to interview. Real scientists have been coached by Iraqi officials on
what to say. Intelligence sources indicate that Saddam Hussein has ordered
that scientists who cooperate with U.N. inspectors in disarming Iraq will be
killed, along with their families.
Year after year, Saddam Hussein has gone to elaborate lengths, spent
enormous sums, taken great risks to build and keep weapons of mass
destruction. But why? The only possible explanation, the only possible use he
could have for those weapons, is to dominate, intimidate, or attack.
With nuclear arms or a full arsenal of chemical and biological weapons,
Saddam Hussein could resume his ambitions of conquest in the Middle East and
create deadly havoc in that region. And this Congress and the America people
must recognize another threat. Evidence from intelligence sources, secret
communications, and statements by people now in custody reveal that Saddam
Hussein aids and protects terrorists, including members of al Qaeda. Secretly,
and without fingerprints, he could provide one of his hidden weapons to
terrorists, or help them develop their own.
Before September the 11th, many in the world believed that Saddam Hussein
could be contained. But chemical agents, lethal viruses and shadowy terrorist
networks are not easily contained. Imagine those 19 hijackers with other
weapons and other plans -- this time armed by Saddam Hussein. It would take
one vial, one canister, one crate slipped into this country to bring a day of
horror like none we have ever known. We will do everything in our power to
make sure that that day never comes. (Applause.)
We will not tolerate IRAN have these same weapons,
which we once again will manufacture in the minds of the Apathetic Apostate
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Some have said we must not act until the threat is imminent. Since when
have terrorists and tyrants announced their intentions, politely putting us on
notice before they strike? If this threat is permitted to fully and suddenly
emerge, all actions, all words, and all recriminations would come too late.
Trusting in the sanity and restraint of Saddam Hussein is not a strategy, and
it is not an option. (Applause.)
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The dictator who is assembling the world's most dangerous weapons has
already used them on whole villages -- leaving thousands of his own citizens
dead, blind, or disfigured. Iraqi refugees tell us how forced confessions are
obtained -- by torturing children while their parents are made to watch.
International human rights groups have catalogued other methods used in the
torture chambers of Iraq: electric shock, burning with hot irons, dripping
acid on the skin, mutilation with electric drills, cutting out tongues, and
rape. If this is not evil, then evil has no meaning. (Applause.)
And Amaraka has done the same, aren't ya Proud of
your Judeo-Evangelistic two fold children of hell proselyte action Amaraka?
And tonight I have a message for the brave and oppressed people of Iraq:
Your enemy is not surrounding your country -- your enemy is ruling your
country. (Applause.) And the day he and his regime are removed from power will
be the day of your liberation. (Applause.)
The world has waited 12 years for Iraq to disarm. America will not accept a
serious and mounting threat to our country, and our friends and our allies.
The United States will ask the U.N. Security Council to convene on February
the 5th to consider the facts of Iraq's ongoing defiance of the world.
Secretary of State Powell will present information and intelligence about
Iraqi's legal -- Iraq's illegal weapons programs, its attempt to hide those
weapons from inspectors, and its links to terrorist groups.
We will consult. But let there be no misunderstanding: If Saddam Hussein
does not fully disarm, for the safety of our people and for the peace of the
world, we will lead a coalition to disarm him. (Applause.)
Tonight I have a message for the men and women who will keep the peace,
members of the American Armed Forces: Many of you are assembling in or near
the Middle East, and some crucial hours may lay ahead. In those hours, the
success of our cause will depend on you. Your training has prepared you. Your
honor will guide you. You believe in America, and America believes in you.
Many of you died for TREASON and Blasphemy
Sending Americans into battle is the most profound decision a President can
make. The technologies of war have changed; the risks and suffering of war
have not. For the brave Americans who bear the risk, no victory is free from
sorrow. This nation fights reluctantly, because we know the cost and we dread
the days of mourning that always come.
We seek peace. We strive for peace. And sometimes peace must be defended.
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If war is forced upon us, we will fight in a just cause and by just means
-- sparing, in every way we can, the innocent. And if war is forced upon us,
we will fight with the full force and might of the United States military --
and we will prevail. (Applause.)
Even as they had already planned the Attacks in 2000
And as we and our coalition partners are doing in Afghanistan, we will
bring to the Iraqi people food and medicines and supplies -- and freedom.
and death and starvation
Many challenges, abroad and at home, have arrived in a single season. In
two years, America has gone from a sense of invulnerability to an awareness of
peril; from bitter division in small matters to calm unity in great causes.
And we go forward with confidence, because this call of history has come to
the right country.
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Americans are a resolute people who have risen to every test of our time.
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Adversity has revealed the character of our country, to the world and
Murderers, thieves, Blasphemers and Liars
America is a strong nation, and honorable in the use of our strength.
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We exercise power without conquest, and we sacrifice for the liberty of
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Americans are a free people, who know that freedom is the right of every
person and the future of every nation. The liberty we prize is not America's
gift to the world, it is God's gift to humanity. (Applause.)
Which the shemborg takes away for their god is no god
the Redeemer from the beginning
We Americans have faith in ourselves, but not in ourselves alone. We do not
know -- we do not claim to know all the ways of Providence, yet we can trust
in them, placing our confidence in the loving God behind all of life, and all
May He guide us now. And may God continue to bless the United States of
and Now for your murders and apathetic complacency, God
has Damned Amaraka, forever
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January 31, 2006
STATE OF THE UNION ADDRESS BY THE PRESIDENT
United States Capitol
9:12 P.M. EST
THE PRESIDENT: Thank you all. Mr. Speaker, Vice President
Cheney, members of Congress, members of the Supreme Court and diplomatic
corps, distinguished guests, and fellow citizens: Today our nation lost
a beloved, graceful, courageous woman who called America to its founding
ideals and carried on a noble dream. Tonight we are comforted by the
hope of a glad reunion with the husband who was taken so long ago, and we are
grateful for the good life of Coretta Scott King. (Applause.)
Every time I'm invited to this rostrum, I'm humbled by the privilege, and
mindful of the history we've seen together. We have gathered under this
Capitol dome in moments of national mourning and national achievement.
We have served America through one of the most consequential periods of our
history -- and it has been my honor to serve with you.
In a system of two parties, two chambers, and two elected branches, there
will always be differences and debate.
But even tough debates can be conducted in a civil tone, and our
differences cannot be allowed to harden into anger. To confront the
great issues before us, we must act in a spirit of goodwill and respect for
one another -- and I will do my part. Tonight the state of our Union is
strong -- and together we will make it stronger. (Applause.)
In this decisive year, you and I will make choices that determine both the
future and the character of our country. We will choose to act
confidently in pursuing the enemies of freedom -- or retreat from our duties
in the hope of an easier life. We will choose to build our prosperity by
leading the world economy -- or shut ourselves off from trade and opportunity.
In a complex and challenging time, the road of isolationism and protectionism
may seem broad and inviting -- yet it ends in danger and decline. The
only way to protect our people, the only way to secure the peace, the only way
to control our destiny is by our leadership -- so the United States of America
will continue to lead. (Applause.)
Abroad, our nation is committed to an historic, long-term goal -- we seek
the end of tyranny in our world. Some dismiss that goal as misguided
idealism. In reality, the future security of America depends on it.
On September the 11th, 2001, we found that problems originating in a failed
and oppressive state 7,000 miles away could bring murder and destruction to
our country. Dictatorships shelter terrorists, and feed resentment and
radicalism, and seek weapons of mass destruction. Democracies replace
resentment with hope, respect the rights of their citizens and their
neighbors, and join the fight against terror. Every step toward freedom
in the world makes our country safer -- so we will act boldly in freedom's
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Far from being a hopeless dream, the advance of freedom is the great story
of our time. In 1945, there were about two dozen lonely democracies in
the world. Today, there are 122. And we're writing a new chapter
in the story of self-government -- with women lining up to vote in
Afghanistan, and millions of Iraqis marking their liberty with purple ink, and
men and women from Lebanon to Egypt debating the rights of individuals and the
necessity of freedom. At the start of 2006, more than half the people of
our world live in democratic nations. And we do not forget the other
half -- in places like Syria and Burma, Zimbabwe, North Korea, and Iran --
because the demands of justice, and the peace of this world, require their
freedom, as well. (Applause.)
No one can deny the success of freedom, but some men rage and fight against
it. And one of the main sources of reaction and opposition is
radical Islam -- the perversion by a few of a noble faith into an ideology of
terror and death. Terrorists like bin Laden are serious about mass
murder -- and all of us must take their declared intentions seriously.
They seek to impose a heartless system of totalitarian control throughout the
Middle East, and arm themselves with weapons of mass murder.
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Their aim is to seize power in Iraq, and use it as a safe haven to launch
attacks against America and the world. Lacking the military strength to
challenge us directly, the terrorists have chosen the weapon of fear.
When they murder children at a school in Beslan, or blow up commuters in
London, or behead a bound captive, the terrorists hope these horrors will
break our will, allowing the violent to inherit the Earth. But they have
miscalculated: We love our freedom, and we will fight to keep it.
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In a time of testing, we cannot find security by abandoning our commitments
and retreating within our borders. If we were to leave these vicious
attackers alone, they would not leave us alone. They would simply move
the battlefield to our own shores. There is no peace in retreat.
And there is no honor in retreat. By allowing radical Islam to work its
will -- by leaving an assaulted world to fend for itself -- we would
signal to all that we no longer believe in our own ideals, or even in our own
courage. But our enemies and our friends can be certain: The
United States will not retreat from the world, and we will never surrender to
America rejects the false comfort of isolationism. We are the nation
that saved liberty in Europe, and liberated death camps, and helped raise up
democracies, and faced down an evil empire. Once again, we accept the
call of history to deliver the oppressed and move this world toward peace.
We remain on the offensive against terror networks. We have killed or
captured many of their leaders -- and for the others, their day will come.
We remain on the offensive in Afghanistan, where a fine President and a
National Assembly are fighting terror while building the institutions of a new
democracy. We're on the offensive in Iraq, with a clear plan for
victory. First, we're helping Iraqis build an inclusive government, so
that old resentments will be eased and the insurgency will be marginalized.
Second, we're continuing reconstruction efforts, and helping the Iraqi
government to fight corruption and build a modern economy, so all Iraqis can
experience the benefits of freedom. And, third, we're striking terrorist
targets while we train Iraqi forces that are increasingly capable of defeating
the enemy. Iraqis are showing their courage every day, and we are proud
to be their allies in the cause of freedom. (Applause.)
Our work in Iraq is difficult because our enemy is brutal. But that
brutality has not stopped the dramatic progress of a new democracy. In
less than three years, the nation has gone from dictatorship to liberation, to
sovereignty, to a constitution, to national elections. At the same time,
our coalition has been relentless in shutting off terrorist infiltration,
clearing out insurgent strongholds, and turning over territory to Iraqi
security forces. I am confident in our plan for victory; I am confident
in the will of the Iraqi people; I am confident in the skill and spirit of our
military. Fellow citizens, we are in this fight to win, and we are
The road of victory is the road that will take our troops home. As we
make progress on the ground, and Iraqi forces increasingly take the lead, we
should be able to further decrease our troop levels -- but those decisions
will be made by our military commanders, not by politicians in Washington,
Our coalition has learned from our experience in Iraq. We've adjusted
our military tactics and changed our approach to reconstruction. Along
the way, we have benefitted from responsible criticism and counsel offered by
members of Congress of both parties. In the coming year, I will continue
to reach out and seek your good advice. Yet, there is a difference
between responsible criticism that aims for success, and defeatism that
refuses to acknowledge anything but failure. (Applause.) Hindsight
alone is not wisdom, and second-guessing is not a strategy. (Applause.)
With so much in the balance, those of us in public office have a duty to
speak with candor. A sudden withdrawal of our forces from Iraq would
abandon our Iraqi allies to death and prison, would put men like bin Laden and
Zarqawi in charge of a strategic country, and show that a pledge from America
means little. Members of Congress, however we feel about the decisions
and debates of the past, our nation has only one option: We must keep
our word, defeat our enemies, and stand behind the American military in this
vital mission. (Applause.)
Our men and women in uniform are making sacrifices -- and showing a sense
of duty stronger than all fear. They know what it's like to fight house
to house in a maze of streets, to wear heavy gear in the desert heat, to see a
comrade killed by a roadside bomb. And those who know the costs also
know the stakes. Marine Staff Sergeant Dan Clay was killed last month
fighting in Fallujah. He left behind a letter to his family, but his
words could just as well be addressed to every American. Here is what
Dan wrote: "I know what honor is. … It has been an honor to
protect and serve all of you. I faced death with the secure knowledge
that you would not have to…. Never falter! Don't hesitate to honor and
support those of us who have the honor of protecting that which is worth
Staff Sergeant Dan Clay's wife, Lisa, and his mom and dad, Sara Jo and Bud,
are with us this evening. Welcome. (Applause.)
Our nation is grateful to the fallen, who live in the memory of our
country. We're grateful to all who volunteer to wear our nation's
uniform -- and as we honor our brave troops, let us never forget the
sacrifices of America's military families. (Applause.)
Our offensive against terror involves more than military action.
Ultimately, the only way to defeat the terrorists is to defeat their dark
vision of hatred and fear by offering the hopeful alternative of political
freedom and peaceful change. So the United States of America supports
democratic reform across the broader Middle East. Elections are vital,
but they are only the beginning. Raising up a democracy requires the
rule of law, and protection of minorities, and strong, accountable
institutions that last longer than a single vote.
The great people of Egypt have voted in a multi-party presidential election
-- and now their government should open paths of peaceful opposition that will
reduce the appeal of radicalism. The Palestinian people have voted in
elections. And now the leaders of Hamas must recognize Israel, disarm,
reject terrorism, and work for lasting peace. (Applause.) Saudi
Arabia has taken the first steps of reform -- now it can offer its people a
better future by pressing forward with those efforts. Democracies in the
Middle East will not look like our own, because they will reflect the
traditions of their own citizens. Yet liberty is the future of every
nation in the Middle East, because liberty is the right and hope of all
The same is true of Iran, a nation now held hostage by a small clerical
elite that is isolating and repressing its people. The regime in that
country sponsors terrorists in the Palestinian territories and in Lebanon --
and that must come to an end. (Applause.) The Iranian government
is defying the world with its nuclear ambitions, and the nations of the world
must not permit the Iranian regime to gain nuclear weapons. (Applause.)
America will continue to rally the world to confront these threats.
Tonight, let me speak directly to the citizens of Iran: America
respects you, and we respect your country. We respect your right to
choose your own future and win your own freedom. And our nation hopes
one day to be the closest of friends with a free and democratic Iran.
To overcome dangers in our world, we must also take the offensive by
encouraging economic progress, and fighting disease, and spreading hope in
hopeless lands. Isolationism would not only tie our hands in fighting
enemies, it would keep us from helping our friends in desperate need. We
show compassion abroad because Americans believe in the God-given dignity and
worth of a villager with HIV/AIDS, or an infant with malaria, or a refugee
fleeing genocide, or a young girl sold into slavery. We also show
compassion abroad because regions overwhelmed by poverty, corruption, and
despair are sources of terrorism, and organized crime, and human trafficking,
and the drug trade.
In recent years, you and I have taken unprecedented action to fight AIDS
and malaria, expand the education of girls, and reward developing nations that
are moving forward with economic and political reform. For people
everywhere, the United States is a partner for a better life.
Short-changing these efforts would increase the suffering and chaos of our
world, undercut our long-term security, and dull the conscience of our
country. I urge members of Congress to serve the interests of America by
showing the compassion of America.
Our country must also remain on the offensive against terrorism here at
home. The enemy has not lost the desire or capability to attack us.
Fortunately, this nation has superb professionals in law enforcement,
intelligence, the military, and homeland security. These men and women
are dedicating their lives, protecting us all, and they deserve our support
and our thanks. (Applause.) They also deserve the same tools they
already use to fight drug trafficking and organized crime -- so I ask you to
reauthorize the Patriot Act. (Applause.)
It is said that prior to the attacks of September the 11th, our government
failed to connect the dots of the conspiracy. We now know that two of
the hijackers in the United States placed telephone calls to al Qaeda
operatives overseas. But we did not know about their plans until it was
too late. So to prevent another attack –- based on authority given to
me by the Constitution and by statute -- I have authorized a terrorist
surveillance program to aggressively pursue the international communications
of suspected al Qaeda operatives and affiliates to and from America.
Previous Presidents have used the same constitutional authority I have, and
federal courts have approved the use of that authority. Appropriate
members of Congress have been kept informed. The terrorist surveillance
program has helped prevent terrorist attacks. It remains essential to
the security of America. If there are people inside our country who are
talking with al Qaeda, we want to know about it, because we will not sit back
and wait to be hit again. (Applause.)
In all these areas -- from the disruption of terror networks, to victory in
Iraq, to the spread of freedom and hope in troubled regions -- we need the
support of our friends and allies. To draw that support, we must always
be clear in our principles and willing to act. The only alternative to
American leadership is a dramatically more dangerous and anxious world.
Yet we also choose to lead because it is a privilege to serve the values that
gave us birth. American leaders -- from Roosevelt to Truman to Kennedy
to Reagan -- rejected isolation and retreat, because they knew that America is
always more secure when freedom is on the march.
Our own generation is in a long war against a determined enemy -- a war
that will be fought by Presidents of both parties, who will need steady
bipartisan support from the Congress. And tonight I ask for yours.
Together, let us protect our country, support the men and women who defend us,
and lead this world toward freedom. (Applause.)
Here at home, America also has a great opportunity: We will build the
prosperity of our country by strengthening our economic leadership in the
Our economy is healthy and vigorous, and growing faster than other major
industrialized nations. In the last two-and-a-half years, America has
created 4.6 million new jobs -- more than Japan and the European Union
combined. (Applause.) Even in the face of higher energy prices and
natural disasters, the American people have turned in an economic performance
that is the envy of the world.
The American economy is preeminent, but we cannot afford to be complacent.
In a dynamic world economy, we are seeing new competitors, like China and
India, and this creates uncertainty, which makes it easier to feed people's
fears. So we're seeing some old temptations return. Protectionists
want to escape competition, pretending that we can keep our high standard of
living while walling off our economy. Others say that the government
needs to take a larger role in directing the economy, centralizing more power
in Washington and increasing taxes. We hear claims that immigrants are
somehow bad for the economy -- even though this economy could not function
without them. (Applause.) All these are forms of economic retreat,
and they lead in the same direction -- toward a stagnant and second-rate
Tonight I will set out a better path: an agenda for a nation that
competes with confidence; an agenda that will raise standards of living and
generate new jobs. Americans should not fear our economic future,
because we intend to shape it.
Keeping America competitive begins with keeping our economy growing.
And our economy grows when Americans have more of their own money to spend,
save, and invest. In the last five years, the tax relief you passed has
left $880 billion in the hands of American workers, investors, small
businesses, and families -- and they have used it to help produce more than
four years of uninterrupted economic growth. (Applause.) Yet the
tax relief is set to expire in the next few years. If we do nothing,
American families will face a massive tax increase they do not expect and will
Because America needs more than a temporary expansion, we need more than
temporary tax relief. I urge the Congress to act responsibly, and make
the tax cuts permanent. (Applause.)
Keeping America competitive requires us to be good stewards of tax dollars.
Every year of my presidency, we've reduced the growth of non-security
discretionary spending, and last year you passed bills that cut this spending.
This year my budget will cut it again, and reduce or eliminate more than 140
programs that are performing poorly or not fulfilling essential priorities.
By passing these reforms, we will save the American taxpayer another $14
billion next year, and stay on track to cut the deficit in half by 2009.
I am pleased that members of Congress are working on earmark reform,
because the federal budget has too many special interest projects.
(Applause.) And we can tackle this problem together, if you pass the
line-item veto. (Applause.)
We must also confront the larger challenge of mandatory spending, or
entitlements. This year, the first of about 78 million baby boomers turn
60, including two of my Dad's favorite people -- me and President Clinton.
(Laughter.) This milestone is more than a personal crisis -- (laughter)
-- it is a national challenge. The retirement of the baby boom
generation will put unprecedented strains on the federal government. By
2030, spending for Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid alone will be almost
60 percent of the entire federal budget. And that will present future
Congresses with impossible choices -- staggering tax increases, immense
deficits, or deep cuts in every category of spending.
Congress did not act last year on my proposal to save Social Security --
(applause) -- yet the rising cost of entitlements is a problem that is not
going away. (Applause.) And every year we fail to act, the
situation gets worse.
So tonight, I ask you to join me in creating a commission to examine the
full impact of baby boom retirements on Social Security, Medicare, and
Medicaid. This commission should include members of Congress of both
parties, and offer bipartisan solutions. We need to put aside partisan
politics and work together and get this problem solved. (Applause.)
Keeping America competitive requires us to open more markets for all that
Americans make and grow. One out of every five factory jobs in America
is related to global trade, and we want people everywhere to buy American.
With open markets and a level playing field, no one can out-produce or
out-compete the American worker. (Applause.)
Keeping America competitive requires an immigration system that upholds our
laws, reflects our values, and serves the interests of our economy. Our
nation needs orderly and secure borders. (Applause.) To meet this
goal, we must have stronger immigration enforcement and border protection.
(Applause.) And we must have a rational, humane guest worker program
that rejects amnesty, allows temporary jobs for people who seek them legally,
and reduces smuggling and crime at the border. (Applause.)
Keeping America competitive requires affordable health care.
(Applause.) Our government has a responsibility to provide health care
for the poor and the elderly, and we are meeting that responsibility.
(Applause.) For all Americans -- for all Americans, we must confront the
rising cost of care, strengthen the doctor-patient relationship, and help
people afford the insurance coverage they need. (Applause.)
We will make wider use of electronic records and other health information
technology, to help control costs and reduce dangerous medical errors.
We will strengthen health savings accounts -- making sure individuals and
small business employees can buy insurance with the same advantages that
people working for big businesses now get. (Applause.) We will do
more to make this coverage portable, so workers can switch jobs without having
to worry about losing their health insurance. (Applause.) And
because lawsuits are driving many good doctors out of practice -- leaving
women in nearly 1,500 American counties without a single OB/GYN -- I ask the
Congress to pass medical liability reform this year. (Applause.)
Keeping America competitive requires affordable energy. And here we
have a serious problem: America is addicted to oil, which is often
imported from unstable parts of the world. The best way to break this
addiction is through technology. Since 2001, we have spent nearly $10
billion to develop cleaner, cheaper, and more reliable alternative energy
sources -- and we are on the threshold of incredible advances.
So tonight, I announce the Advanced Energy Initiative -- a 22-percent
increase in clean-energy research -- at the Department of Energy, to push for
breakthroughs in two vital areas. To change how we power our homes and
offices, we will invest more in zero-emission coal-fired plants, revolutionary
solar and wind technologies, and clean, safe nuclear energy. (Applause.)
We must also change how we power our automobiles. We will increase
our research in better batteries for hybrid and electric cars, and in
pollution-free cars that run on hydrogen. We'll also fund additional
research in cutting-edge methods of producing ethanol, not just from corn, but
from wood chips and stalks, or switch grass. Our goal is to make this
new kind of ethanol practical and competitive within six years.
Breakthroughs on this and other new technologies will help us reach another
great goal: to replace more than 75 percent of our oil imports from the
Middle East by 2025. (Applause.) By applying the talent and
technology of America, this country can dramatically improve our environment,
move beyond a petroleum-based economy, and make our dependence on Middle
Eastern oil a thing of the past. (Applause.)
And to keep America competitive, one commitment is necessary above all:
We must continue to lead the world in human talent and creativity. Our
greatest advantage in the world has always been our educated, hardworking,
ambitious people -- and we're going to keep that edge. Tonight I
announce an American Competitiveness Initiative, to encourage innovation
throughout our economy, and to give our nation's children a firm grounding in
math and science. (Applause.)
First, I propose to double the federal commitment to the most critical
basic research programs in the physical sciences over the next 10 years.
This funding will support the work of America's most creative minds as they
explore promising areas such as nanotechnology, supercomputing, and
alternative energy sources.
Second, I propose to make permanent the research and development tax credit
-- (applause) -- to encourage bolder private-sector initiatives in technology.
With more research in both the public and private sectors, we will improve our
quality of life -- and ensure that America will lead the world in opportunity
and innovation for decades to come. (Applause.)
Third, we need to encourage children to take more math and science, and to
make sure those courses are rigorous enough to compete with other nations.
We've made a good start in the early grades with the No Child Left Behind Act,
which is raising standards and lifting test scores across our country.
Tonight I propose to train 70,000 high school teachers to lead
advanced-placement courses in math and science, bring 30,000 math and science
professionals to teach in classrooms, and give early help to students who
struggle with math, so they have a better chance at good, high-wage jobs.
If we ensure that America's children succeed in life, they will ensure that
America succeeds in the world. (Applause.)
Preparing our nation to compete in the world is a goal that all of us can
share. I urge you to support the American Competitiveness Initiative,
and together we will show the world what the American people can achieve.
America is a great force for freedom and prosperity. Yet our
greatness is not measured in power or luxuries, but by who we are and how we
treat one another. So we strive to be a compassionate, decent, hopeful
In recent years, America has become a more hopeful nation. Violent
crime rates have fallen to their lowest levels since the 1970s. Welfare
cases have dropped by more than half over the past decade. Drug use
among youth is down 19 percent since 2001. There are fewer abortions in
America than at any point in the last three decades, and the number of
children born to teenage mothers has been falling for a dozen years in a row.
These gains are evidence of a quiet transformation -- a revolution of
conscience, in which a rising generation is finding that a life of personal
responsibility is a life of fulfillment. Government has played a role.
Wise policies, such as welfare reform and drug education and support for
abstinence and adoption have made a difference in the character of our
country. And everyone here tonight, Democrat and Republican, has a right
to be proud of this record. (Applause.)
Yet many Americans, especially parents, still have deep concerns about the
direction of our culture, and the health of our most basic institutions.
They're concerned about unethical conduct by public officials, and discouraged
by activist courts that try to redefine marriage. They worry about
children in our society who need direction and love, and about fellow citizens
still displaced by natural disaster, and about suffering caused by treatable
As we look at these challenges, we must never give in to the belief that
America is in decline, or that our culture is doomed to unravel. The
American people know better than that. We have proven the pessimists
wrong before -- and we will do it again. (Applause.)
A hopeful society depends on courts that deliver equal justice under the
law. The Supreme Court now has two superb new members -- new members on
its bench: Chief Justice John Roberts and Justice Sam Alito.
(Applause.) I thank the Senate for confirming both of them. I will
continue to nominate men and women who understand that judges must be servants
of the law, and not legislate from the bench. (Applause.)
Today marks the official retirement of a very special American. For
24 years of faithful service to our nation, the United States is grateful to
Justice Sandra Day O'Connor. (Applause.)
A hopeful society has institutions of science and medicine that do not cut
ethical corners, and that recognize the matchless value of every life.
Tonight I ask you to pass legislation to prohibit the most egregious abuses of
medical research: human cloning in all its forms, creating or implanting
embryos for experiments, creating human-animal hybrids, and buying, selling,
or patenting human embryos. Human life is a gift from our Creator -- and
that gift should never be discarded, devalued or put up for sale.
A hopeful society expects elected officials to uphold the public trust.
(Applause.) Honorable people in both parties are working on reforms to
strengthen the ethical standards of Washington -- I support your efforts.
Each of us has made a pledge to be worthy of public responsibility -- and that
is a pledge we must never forget, never dismiss, and never betray.
As we renew the promise of our institutions, let us also show the character
of America in our compassion and care for one another.
A hopeful society gives special attention to children who lack direction
and love. Through the Helping America's Youth Initiative, we are
encouraging caring adults to get involved in the life of a child -- and this
good work is being led by our First Lady, Laura Bush. (Applause.)
This year we will add resources to encourage young people to stay in school,
so more of America's youth can raise their sights and achieve their dreams.
A hopeful society comes to the aid of fellow citizens in times of suffering
and emergency -- and stays at it until they're back on their feet. So
far the federal government has committed $85 billion to the people of the Gulf
Coast and New Orleans. We're removing debris and repairing highways and
rebuilding stronger levees. We're providing business loans and housing
assistance. Yet as we meet these immediate needs, we must also address
deeper challenges that existed before the storm arrived.
In New Orleans and in other places, many of our fellow citizens have felt
excluded from the promise of our country. The answer is not only
temporary relief, but schools that teach every child, and job skills that
bring upward mobility, and more opportunities to own a home and start a
business. As we recover from a disaster, let us also work for the day
when all Americans are protected by justice, equal in hope, and rich in
A hopeful society acts boldly to fight diseases like HIV/AIDS, which can be
prevented, and treated, and defeated. More than a million Americans live
with HIV, and half of all AIDS cases occur among African Americans. I
ask Congress to reform and reauthorize the Ryan White Act, and provide new
funding to states, so we end the waiting lists for AIDS medicines in America.
(Applause.) We will also lead a nationwide effort, working closely with
African American churches and faith-based groups, to deliver rapid HIV tests
to millions, end the stigma of AIDS, and come closer to the day when there are
no new infections in America. (Applause.)
Fellow citizens, we've been called to leadership in a period of
consequence. We've entered a great ideological conflict we did nothing
to invite. We see great changes in science and commerce that will
influence all our lives. Sometimes it can seem that history is turning
in a wide arc, toward an unknown shore. Yet the destination of history
is determined by human action, and every great movement of history comes to a
point of choosing.
Lincoln could have accepted peace at the cost of disunity and continued
slavery. Martin Luther King could have stopped at Birmingham or at
Selma, and achieved only half a victory over segregation. The United
States could have accepted the permanent division of Europe, and been
complicit in the oppression of others. Today, having come far in our own
historical journey, we must decide: Will we turn back, or finish well?
Before history is written down in books, it is written in courage.
Like Americans before us, we will show that courage and we will finish well.
We will lead freedom's advance. We will compete and excel in the global
economy. We will renew the defining moral commitments of this land.
And so we move forward -- optimistic about our country, faithful to its cause,
and confident of the victories to come.
May God bless America. (Applause.)
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