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The White House Office of the Press Secretary For Immediate Release January 28, 2012

WEEKLY ADDRESS: Presidents Blueprint Includes Renewal of American Values


WASHINGTON, DC In his weekly address, President Obama discusses the blueprint he put forward this week in the State of the Union Address for creating an economy built to last. After focusing on American manufacturing, American energy, and skills for American workers during each of the last three days, he used his weekly address to highlight his commitment to a renewal of American values. The President is challenging leaders in Washington, DC to follow the model set by our men and women in the military, end the gridlock and start tackling the issues that matter without regard for personal ambition. Remarks of President Barack Obama As Prepared for Delivery Saturday, January 28, 2011 The White House On Tuesday, in my State of the Union Address, I laid out a blueprint for an economy built to last an economy built on American manufacturing, American energy, skills for American workers, and a renewal of American values. This week, I took that blueprint across the country, and what I saw was people who work hard and believe in each other. They believe in the America thats within our reach. But theyre not sure that the right thing will get done in Washington this year, or next year, or the year after that. And frankly, when you look at some of the things that go on in this town, who could blame them for being a little cynical? Just two days ago, a senator from Utah promised to obstruct every single American I appoint to a judgeship or public service position unless I fire the consumer watchdog I put in place to protect the American people from financial schemes or malpractice. For the most part, its not that this senator thinks these nominees are unqualified. In fact, all of the judicial nominees being blocked have bipartisan support. And almost 90 percent have unanimous support from the Judiciary Committee. Instead, one of his aides told reporters that the senator plans to, and Im quoting here, Delay and slow the process in order to get the Presidents attention.

This isnt about me. We werent sent here to wage perpetual political campaigns against each other. We were sent here to serve the American people. And they deserve better than gridlock and games. One senator gumming up the works for the whole country is certainly not what our founding fathers envisioned. The truth is, neither party has been blameless in tactics like these. But its time for both parties to put an end to them. Im asking Congress, both Democrats and Republicans, to stop this kind of behavior by passing a rule that allows all judicial and public service nominations a simple up-ordown vote within 90 days. We should also stem the corrosive influence of money in politics. The House and Senate should send me a bill that bans insider trading by Members of Congress, and I will sign it immediately. They should limit any elected official from owning stocks in industries they impact. And they should make sure people who bundle campaign contributions for Congress cant lobby Congress, and vice versa. During my Address on Tuesday night, I spoke about the incredible example set by the men and women of our armed forces. At a time when too many of our institutions have let us down, they exceed all expectations. Theyre not consumed with personal ambition. They dont obsess over their differences. They focus on the mission at hand. They work together. If you agree with me that leaders in Washington should follow their example, then make your voice heard. Tell your Member of Congress that its time to end the gridlock, and start tackling the issues that really matter an economy built on American manufacturing, American energy, American skills and education, and a return to American values. An economy built to last. Thank you, God bless you, and have a great weekend.

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WEEKLY ADDRESS: Presidents Blueprint Includes Renewal of American Values


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[14th century. < Latin discuss-, past participle of discutere "dash to pieces" < quatere "to shake"]

WASHINGTON, DC In his weekly address, President Obama discusses the blueprint he put forward this week in the State of the Union Address for creating an economy built to last.
[12th century. Directly or via French < Latin status "way of standing, condition" (as in status rei publicae "condition of the republic")] [15th century. Directly or via French < Latin oeconomia < Greek oikonomia < oikonomos "steward of a household" < oikos "house" + nemein "manage"]

[Mid-16th century. Via French < Italian manifattura "something made by hand" < Latin manu factum "made by hand" < manus "hand"]

After focusing on American manufacturing, American energy, and skills for American workers during each of the last three days, he used his weekly address to highlight his commitment to a renewal of American values.
highlight noun (plural highlights)

[ Old English nowe < Indo-European]

1. 2.

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light streaks in hair: strands of hair that are deliberately made lighter than the rest of the hair

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[13th century. Via Old French c(h)alengier "accuse" < Latin calumniare "accuse falsely" < calumnia "false accusation"]

The President is challenging leaders in Washington, DC to follow the model set by our men and women in the military, end the gridlock and start tackling the issues that matter without regard for personal ambition.
[12th century. Directly or via Anglo-Norman mater(i)e, French matire < Latin materia "timber, stuff" < mater "mother"]

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Remarks of President Barack Obama As Prepared for Delivery Saturday, January 28, 2011 The White House

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[14th century. Via Old French adresser < assumed Vulgar Latin addrictiare "direct to" < Latin directus (see direct)]

On Tuesday, in my State of the Union Address, I laid out a blueprint for an economy built to
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[ Old English byldan "construct a house" < bold "dwelling" < Germanic, "dwell"]

last an economy built on American manufacturing, American energy, skills for American workers, and a renewal of American values.
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blueprint noun (plural blueprints)
1. print of plan: a photographic print of a technical drawing with white lines printed on a blue background, or a similarly produced print with blue lines on a white background, usually of an architectural or engineering design 2. plan or guide: a plan of action or a guide to doing something His administration's policies became a blueprint for those that followed.

transitive verb (past and past participle blueprinted, present and what I saw was people person present This week, I took that blueprint across the country, participle blueprinting, 3rd who work hard singular blueprints) and believe in each other.
1. make print of something: to make a blueprint of something,

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[ Old English rcan. Ultimately from a prehistoric Germanic word that also producedGerman reichen "to reach"]

[ Old English wiinnan "on the inside" < with + innan "from within"]

They believe in the America thats within our reach. But theyre not sure that the right thing will get done in Washington this year, or next year, or the year after that.
[ Old English nhsta "most near" < Germanic, "near"] [ Old English t < IndoEuropean]

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And frankly, when you look at some of the things that go on in this town, who could blame them for being a little cynical?
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senator \'se-n-tr\ n [ME senatour, fr. AF senatur, fr. L senator, fr. senatus] (13c) : a member of a senate senatorship \-"ship\ n
senate \'se-nt\ n [ME senat, fr. AF, fr. L senatus, fr. sen-, senex old, old man more at senior] (13c) 1 : an assembly or council usu. possessing high deliberative and legislative functions: as a : the supreme council of the ancient Roman republic and empire b : the second chamber in the bicameral legislature of a major political unit (as a nation, state, or province) 2 : the hall or chamber in which a senate meets 3 : a governing body of some universities charged with maintaining academic standards and regulations and usu. composed of the principal or representative members of the faculty

Just two days ago, a senator from Utah promised to obstruct every single American I appoint to a judgeship or public service position unless I fire the consumer watchdog I put in place to protect the American people from financial schemes or malpractice.
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[Mid-16th century. < Latin nominat-, past participle of nominare "to name" < nomin- "name"]

For the most part, its not that this senator thinks these nominees are unqualified. In fact, all of the judicial nominees being blocked have bipartisan support. And almost 90 percent have unanimous support from the Judiciary Committee.
[ Old English fram, from < IndoEuropean, "forward, toward"] almost adverb
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nearly: not exactly, not yet, or not in fact, but very close to being or happening as described I almost wrecked the car.

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[14th century. Via French < Latin reportare "carry back" < portare "carry"]

Instead, one of his aides told reporters that the senator plans to, and Im quoting here, Delay and slow the process in order to get the Presidents attention.
Attempts to turn the Republican System Dysfunctional are attempts against core American Ideals and Values doomed to fail since the System despite the enormous efforts to destroy it from the inside still stands. Those who attempt them are , plainly put , not Americans no matter what their passport or generation root claims to be , since to be American is to think as One.

[ Old English hr < Indo-European, "this"]

This isnt about me. We werent sent here to wage perpetual political campaigns against each other. We were sent here to serve the American people.
deserve \di-'zrv\ vb, deserved deserving [ME, fr. AF deservir, fr. L deservire to devote oneself to, fr. de+ servire to serve] vt(13c) : to be worthy of : merit ~s another chance vi: to be worthy, fit, or suitable for some reward or requital have become recognized as they ~ T. S. Eliot deserver n

2serve n (1688) : the act or action of putting the ball or shuttlecock in play in various games (as volleyball, badminton, or tennis) ; also: a turn to serve it's your serve

And they deserve better than gridlock and games. One senator gumming up the works for the whole country is certainly not what our founding fathers envisioned.
founding father (plural founding fathers) noun
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founder of institution: a founder of an institution, movement, or organization

envision \in-'vi-zhn, en-\ vt (1855) : to picture to oneself ~s a career dedicated to promoting peace think

[ Old English trowth "faithfulness" < trow (see true)]

The truth is, neither party has been blameless in tactics like these. But its time for both parties
[13th century. < French partie "part, side in a contest" < Latin partita, form of past participle of partire "divide" (see partition)]

[13th century. < French passer < Latin passus "step"]

to put an end to them.


[15th century. < Latin congressus, past participle of congredi "go together" < gradi "proceed"]

Im asking Congress, both Democrats and Republicans, to stop this kind of behavior by passing a rule that allows all judicial and public service nominations a simple up-or-down vote within 90 days.
[14th century. Via Old French allouer < Latin allaudare "to praise" and medieval Latin allocare "assign" (see allocate)] [Pre-12th century. Via French < Latin servitium "servitude" < servus "slave"]

[13th century. Via Old French moneie < Latin moneta "mint, money" < Moneta, epithet of the goddess Juno, in whose temple coins were minted]

We should also stem the corrosive influence of money in politics. The House and Senate should send me a bill that bans insider trading by Members of Congress, and I will sign it immediately.
[14th century. Via French membre < Latin membrum "limb, part"] [13th century. Via French < Latin signum "mark, sign"]

[12th century. < Old Norse eir] [14th century. < Latin limit- "boundary"]

They should limit any elected official from owning stocks in industries they impact. And they should make sure people who bundle campaign contributions for Congress cant lobby Congress, and vice versa. 2lobby vb, lobbied lobbying vi(1837) : to conduct activities aimed at [14th century. < Dutch influencing public officials and esp. members bundel] of a legislative body on legislation vt [ Old English and, ond < 1 : to promote (as a project) or secure the Germanic] passage of (as legislation) by influencing public officials 2 : to attempt to influence or sway (as a public official) toward a desired action lobbyer n lobbyism \-"i-zm\ n lobbyist \-ist\ n

During my Address on Tuesday night, I spoke about the incredible example set by the men and women of our armed forces.
[ Old English specan, sprecan < IndoEuropean]

armed forces n pl (1829) : the combined military, naval, and air forces of a nation called also armed services
nation \'n-shn\ n [ME nacioun, fr. AF naciun, fr. L nation-, natio birth, race, nation, fr. nasci to be born; akin to L gignere to beget more at kin] (14c) 1 a (1): nationality 5a (2): a politically organized nationality (3): a non-Jewish nationality why do the ~s conspire Ps 2:1 (RSV) b : a community of people composed of one or more nationalities and possessing a more or less defined territory and government c : a territorial division containing a body of people of one or more nationalities and usu. characterized by relatively large size and independent status 2 archaic: group aggregation 3 : a tribe or federation of tribes (as of American Indians)
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At a time when too many of our institutions have let us down, they exceed all expectations. Theyre not consumed with personal ambition.
[14th century. Directly or via French < Latin consumere "take up completely" < sumere "take"] [14th century. Via French < Latin ambition- < ambire "canvass for votes, go around" < ire "go"]
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They dont obsess over their differences. They focus on the mission at hand. They work together.
[Mid-17th century. < Latin, "hearth, fireplace"]

2example vt, exampled exampling \-p(-)li\ (15c) 1 : to serve as an example of 2 archaic: to be or set an example to

[ Old English sceal < Germanic, "owe"]

If you agree with me that leaders in Washington should follow their example, then make your voice heard.
[ Old English heran < Germanic] gridlock [grd lk] (plural gridlocks) noun
1. traffic jam: a traffic jam in which congestion at one or two intersections affects a wide area, so that traffic is unable to move in any direction 2. deadlock: a situation in which no progress can be made

Tell your Member of Congress that its time to end the gridlock, and start tackling the issues that -gridlocked, adjective really matter
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an economy built on American manufacturing, American energy, American skills and education, and a return to American values. An economy built to last.
[14th century. < Old French reto(u)rner "turn again" < to(u)rner "to turn" < Latin tornare] [12th century. < Old Norse skil "discernment"]

Thank you, God bless you, and have a great weekend.

Eagle Sunrise_2.mp3
Describes a Couple's Daily Separation n Reunion.

(Male Human - Richard Marx Like Vocals)

What a Day's Morning, What a Day's Morning, Waiting Me 'n You, All in this World i wanna do, is travel in your Eyes' Blues...

What a Day's Morning, A Day's Good Morning, Softly Touching You, Whispering A Word of Love or Two...

I'M missing you...

I'M missing you...

(Female Human - Dolly Parton Like Vocals)

What a Day's Morning, What a Day's Morning, Can't Wait to get back to you... During night i Stole a Kiss from your Lips or Two...

What a Day's Morning, A Day's Happy Morning, No matter how long Time may Run, Always Havin the Feeling i left alive a second or two...

Cause of You... Cause of You...

What a Day's Morning, A Moment's Glory, Life sometime's a CarToon... But We End Up singing the same Tune...

What a Day's Morning, Can't Wait to get back to you... During night i Stole a Kiss from your Lips or Two...

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