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Presidential Proclamation -- National Day of Hope and Resolve, 2013

Presidential Proclamation -- National Day of Hope and Resolve, 2013

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Published by Helen Bennett
Released by the White House: "is a proclamation signed today by the President regarding National Day of Hope and Resolve, 2013."
Released by the White House: "is a proclamation signed today by the President regarding National Day of Hope and Resolve, 2013."

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Published by: Helen Bennett on Jan 21, 2013
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THE WHITE HOUSEOffice of the Press SecretaryFor Immediate Release January 21, 2013NATIONAL DAY OF HOPE AND RESOLVE, 2013- - - - - - -BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICAA PROCLAMATIONFour years ago, the American people came together to charta new course through an uncertain hour. We chose hope over fearand hard work during hardship, confident that the age-old valuesthat had guided our Nation through even its darkest days wouldbe sufficient to meet the trials of our time.Together, we have brought a decade of war toward aresponsible end. We have saved our economy from collapse andfought for a future where everyone has an equal chance atopportunity. Millions of men, women, and children have madeservice their mission, reaffirming that America's greateststrength lies not in might or wealth, but in the bonds we sharewith one another.Today, I have sworn an oath to preserve the fundamentalfreedoms and protections that are the lasting birthrightof all who call this land home. I stand humbled by theresponsibilities entrusted to me by our people, and I pray God'sgrace will see us through the tests we will surely face in thedays ahead. But even as I assume once more the solemn duty ofthis Presidency, let us also remember that the oath I spokeshares much in common with those taken by every service memberand every immigrant, and with the pledge we make before ourflag. These are the words of America's citizens, and theyrepresent our greatest hope.On the opposite end of the National Mall from whereI delivered my address, a preacher once told us "we cannot walkalone." Empowered by our faith in each other and united by thepurpose that binds our fates as one, let us learn again thatmost enduring lesson. Let us renew our resolve to meet thechallenges of our age together. And when our grandchildrenreflect on the history we leave, let them say we did what wasrequired of us, that our words were true to our Founders' dreamsfor a young Republic and our actions foretold the dawn of a newand brighter day.NOW, THEREFORE, I, BARACK OBAMA, President of theUnited States of America, by the authority vested in me by theConstitution and laws of the United States, do hereby proclaimJanuary 21, 2013, a National Day of Hope and Resolve. I callupon all Americans to join together in courage, in compassion,and in purpose to more fully realize the eternal promises of ourfounding and the more perfect Union that must remain ever withinour reach.

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