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    政治 国際 関連語 アルカイダ ホワイトハウス バラク・オバマ iCal OBAMA Barack Obama オバマ米大統領 Heal
    • Asia tracks US tumble after Obama bank proposal
      Asian stock markets tumbled Friday after President Barack Obama proposed a sweeping overhaul of Wall Street banks to avert future financial crises. 後のバラクオバマ大統領は、ウォール街の銀行の将来の金融危機を回避するための抜本的な見直しを提案アジアの株式市場は金曜日急落した
      Asian stock markets tumbled Friday after President Barack Obama proposed a sweeping overhaul of Wall Street banks to avert future financial crises. Barack Obama for president later in Asia suggests a drastic overhaul to avert future financial crises on Wall Street banks Stock markets fell sharply Friday

    • Obama reforms could make Goldman Sachs comfort zone less cosy
      Goldman Sachs, Wall Street's most profitable money machine, last night reported earnings that comfortably beat analyst forecasts, but may find life tougher under reforms planned by United States President Barack Obama. _NULL_
      Goldman Sachs, Wall Streetu0026#39;s most profitable money machine, last night reported earnings that comfortably beat analyst forecasts, but may find life tougher under reforms planned by United States President Barack Obama. _NULL_

    • Obama's banking revolution rattles world stock markets
      The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) closed down more than 200 points on Thursday night - a drop of over 2% and its worst performance since October last yearPresident Barack Obama's attack on Wall Street's cabal of banks has rattled investors across the globe with share prices across Europe and Asia tumbling, commodity prices falling and the dollar weakening.Within minutes of the opening, the FTSE 100 index had lost more than 20 points after the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) closed down more than 200 points - a drop of over 2% and its worst performance since October last year - in New York last night.Across Asia, stock markets dropped after news of Obama's plans to prevent banks that hold deposits from investing off their own books or running hedge funds or making private equity investments.The initial reaction of traders across the globe was shock as the proposals were kept under wraps until just hours before Obama's announcement. While it is still uncertain whether the plans will make it into law, limiting the scope of Wall Street's big banks would reduce trading liquidity across equity markets worldwide as their speculative money is withdrawn and they are forced to rein in their riskier lending to other investors.The plans, outlined by Obama yesterday, have been compared with the regulations introduced in America during the Great Depression. They will dramatically curb bank profits and shares in financial companies were marked significantly lower overnight.On Wall Street, JP Morgan Chase fell 6.6%, Morgan Stanley dropped by more than 4% while Goldman Sachs also saw 4% wiped off its value.In Japan the Nikkei average dropped almost 3%, hitting a three week closing low, while South Korea's KOSPI was down almost 2%. In Hong Kong, one of Asia's major banking cent 株価を使用して、世界中のダウ工業株平均(ダウ平均)を200以上のポイントを木曜日の夜に終了-以上の2%をドロップすると、最悪のパフォーマンスを昨年10月以来yearPresidentバラクオバマ氏の攻撃の銀行のウォール街の徒党を組む上でガタガタして、投資家ヨーロッパとアジアの急落、商品価格が下落して開くと、FTSE100種総合株価指数は、ドルweakening.Within分間後に、ダウジョーンズ工業株平均(ダウ平均)は200ポイント以上の閉鎖-のドロップで20ポイント以上を失ってしまった2%と10年以来最悪の成績は昨年-ニューヨークの最後のnight.Acrossアジアの株式市場はオバマ氏の計画は、銀行を防止するためのニュース後に下がって、自分の帳簿への投資やヘッジファンドを行ったり、プライベートエクイティへの投資を実行してからホールド預金
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    • Barack Obama outlines sweeping bank changes
      US president proposes new limits on size and trading practices of big banks in effort to prevent return to 'old practices' that led to financial crisis 米大統領の努力は、金融危機をもたらしたの慣行。。u0026#39;に戻りを防止するには、大手銀行の大きさとの取引慣行上の新たな制限を提案する
      US president proposes new limits on size and trading practices of big banks in effort to prevent return to u0026#39;old practicesu0026#39; that led to financial crisis the U.S. presidentu0026#39;s efforts, the practice of financial crisis. . u0026 # 39; to prevent a return to the proposed new limits on the size and business practices of banks

    • Asian Stocks Follow Wall Street Lower
      Stock markets sagged across Asia on Friday as investors were shaken by U.S. President Barack Obama's plans for tighter restrictions on banks and growing concerns that China's economic picture - while rosy at present - risks being dimmed as the year progresses. 投資家は銀行に厳しい制限については、米大統領はバラクオバマ氏の計画をしながら現時点では楽観的-リスクを年内に淡色表示され、中国の経済-の画像が進むにつれて高まる懸念に動揺した株式市場はアジア全域の金曜日にsagged
      Stock markets sagged across Asia on Friday as investors were shaken by US President Barack Obamau0026#39;s plans for tighter restrictions on banks and growing concerns that Chinau0026#39;s economic picture - while rosy at present - risks being dimmed as the year progresses. Investors are severe restrictions on the bank For the U.S. President at this point the plan while Barack Obama is optimistic - this year dimmed the risk, Chinau0026#39;s economy - the stock market was shaken by mounting concern about the image progressed across Asia on Friday sagged

    • Dollar gives up gains on Obama bank plan
      The U.S. dollar gave up most gains on Thursday after U.S. President Barack Obama announced a plan to limit the size and scope of large banks. The announcement indicates the U.S. government's effort to curb giant financial institutions' risk-taking activities in a public mood of fury at massive Wall Street bonuses and tight credit markets. The proposal would restrict banks' ability on two fronts. Firstly, it aims at ensuring that no bank or financial institution that contains a bank will ow ... ドル米大統領、バラクオバマは計画の規模と範囲の大手銀行を制限すると発表した後、木曜日に多くの利益を与えた
      The US dollar gave up most gains on Thursday after US President Barack Obama announced a plan to limit the size and scope of large banks. The announcement indicates the US governmentu0026#39;s effort to curb giant financial institutionsu0026#39; risk-taking activities in a public mood of fury at massive Wall Street bonuses and tight credit markets. The proposal would restrict banksu0026#39; ability on two fronts. Firstly, it aims at ensuring that no bank or financial institution that contains a bank will ow ... U.S. President dollar plan Barack Obama After a major bank announced it will limit the size and scope, given the many benefits Thursday

    • Chinese shares slide on overnight U.S. market losses
      Chinese shares slid on Friday, dragged down by the overnight losses in the U.S. market sparked by President Barack Obama's proposal of tough new restrictions on banks. The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index edged down 0.96 percent, or 30.28 points, to close at 3,128.59 points. The Shenzhen Component Index slid 2.49 percent, or 321.22 points, to close at 12,595.94 points. Combined turnover totaled 258.9 billion yuan (37.9 billion U.S. dollars), up from 225.6 billion yuan on the previous ... 中国の株式市場は、下落は、米国市場で、銀行に厳しい新たな規制のバラクオバマ大統領の提案がきっかけで、一晩の損失を押し下げた
      Chinese shares slid on Friday, dragged down by the overnight losses in the US market sparked by President Barack Obamau0026#39;s proposal of tough new restrictions on banks. The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index edged down 0.96 percent, or 30.28 points, to close at 3,128.59 points. The Shenzhen Component Index slid 2.49 percent, or 321.22 points, to close at 12,595.94 points. Combined turnover totaled 258.9 billion yuan (37.9 billion US dollars), up from 225.6 billion yuan on the previous ... Chinau0026#39;s stock markets fall, the the U.S. market, President Barack Obamau0026#39;s proposal triggered a tough new regulations to the bank, pushing the overnight loss

    • Obama plotter admits guilt
      An Arkansas man yesterday pleaded guilty to charges he plotted to kill then-Senator Barack Obama and dozens of other black people in 2008. Paul Schlesselman, 19, of Arkansas, pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy, one count of... アーカンソー男昨日の彼を殺すために、バラクオバマ上院議員、2008年に他の黒の数十人のプロットの罪を認めた
      An Arkansas man yesterday pleaded guilty to charges he plotted to kill then-Senator Barack Obama and dozens of other black people in 2008. Paul Schlesselman, 19, of Arkansas, pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy, one count of ... man Arkansas to kill him yesterday, Senator Barack Obama, pleaded guilty in 2008 of plotting with other black people 10 years of

    • Kipper Williams: Obama's bank levy
      Barack Obama to levy Wall Street banks to return all money lent by the taxpayer バラクオバマ氏のすべてのお金を納税者が貸して返すようにウォールストリートの銀行を賦課する
      Barack Obama to levy Wall Street banks to return all money lent by the taxpayer to Wall Street banks impose to lend to return all the money the taxpayers of Barack Obama

    • US bank fee hailed
      British bankers have welcomed US President Barack Obama's announcement of a levy to raise $90 billion to recoup the Wall Street bailout, saying it restores parity to the global banking sector. &$&$Source: Global Times&$&$ ... 英国の銀行はウォール街の救済を取り戻すのに、それは世界の銀行セクターにパリティを復元という課税の米大統領はバラクオバマ氏の発表は900億ドルの調達を歓迎している
      British bankers have welcomed US President Barack Obamau0026#39;s announcement of a levy to raise $ 90 billion to recoup the Wall Street bailout, saying it restores parity to the global banking sector. u0026amp; $ u0026amp; $ Source: Global Times u0026amp; $ u0026amp; $ ... Bank of England is to recover the rescue of Wall Street, itu0026#39;s called the U.S. president to restore parity in the taxation of the banking sector in the world of Barack Obamau0026#39;s are welcome to raise 900 billion dollars

    • US hand stayed - for now
      Despite some apocalyptic language from the Barack Obama administration about the situation in Yemen being a regional and global threat, there is unlikely to be any visible military intervention as long as the United States appreciates this would unify Yemen like nothing else - against the invader. - Ian Williams (Jan 8, '10) イエメンの状況については、バラクオバマ政権からされて、地域や世界的な脅威いくつかの黙示録の言語にもかかわらず、アメリカ合衆国かぎり、どのように見えるの軍事介入する可能性は低い、この何もないようなイエメン統一することができる-侵略者に対して高く評価する
      Despite some apocalyptic language from the Barack Obama administration about the situation in Yemen being a regional and global threat, there is unlikely to be any visible military intervention as long as the United States appreciates this would unify Yemen like nothing else - against the invader. -- Ian Williams (Jan 8, u0026#39;10) about the situation in Yemen, from the government is Barack Obama, despite the language of the Revelation of several regional and global threat, as long as the United States, seem to be any military intervention with low, such as Yemen can not do anything to unify this - appreciate against invaders

    • Guardian Daily podcast: Gordon Brown buoyed by unemployment figures; plus how Massachusetts vote affects Barack Obama’s healthcare reforms
      Economics editor Larry Elliott assesses Gordon Brown's hopes that the worst of the recession may be over after unemployment dips below 2.5 million. It also provides an unexpected £17bn boost for the public finances.Legal affairs correspondent Afua Hirsch looks at the appeal court's decision to free Munir Hussain, the businessman jailed for attacking a vicious burglar.Guardian America's editor-at-large Michael Tomasky outlines the options for Barack Obama as he presses ahead with healthcare reforms despite the Republicans winning the senate seat vacated by the death of veteran Democrat Ted Kennedy.New York band Vampire Weekend are celebrating their first American number one with their album Contra. As Alexandra Topping explains, it's also a triumph for the independent British label XL Recordings.And Ed Pilkington reports from the Haitian capital Port-au-Prince, where gangs are tightening their grip in the absence of anyone who can enforce the law.Jon DennisPhil MaynardTim Maby 経済エディタラリーエリオットゴードンブラウン氏の考えでは、不況の最悪の250万人以下の失業率ディップ後に終わるかもしれない査定します
      Economics editor Larry Elliott assesses Gordon Brownu0026#39;s hopes that the worst of the recession may be over after unemployment dips below 2.5 million. It also provides an unexpected £ 17bn boost for the public finances.Legal affairs correspondent Afua Hirsch looks at the appeal courtu0026#39;s decision to free Munir Hussain, the businessman jailed for attacking a vicious burglar.Guardian Americau0026#39;s editor-at-large Michael Tomasky outlines the options for Barack Obama as he presses ahead with healthcare reforms despite the Republicans winning the senate seat vacated by the death of veteran Democrat Ted Kennedy . New York band Vampire Weekend are celebrating their first American number one with their album Contra. As Alexandra Topping explains, itu0026#39;s also a triumph for the independent British label XL Recordings.And Ed Pilkington reports from the Haitian capital Port-au-Prince, where gangs are tightening their grip in the absence of anyone who can enforce the law.Jon DennisPhil MaynardTim Maby Editararieriottogodonburaunu0026#39;s idea economy, the worst of the recession may be over 250 after assessing the unemployment rate dipping below one million Masu

    • Michael Tomasky: Too slow? Yes
      I can't find the piece now, so maybe I'm fooling myself, but I think I wrote at some point back in late 2007 or early 2008 that there was something Barack Obama could learn from Rudy Giuliani.Giuliani was usually really good during a crisis at giving the appearance of being in total command of the situation. Whether he was in command in fact was a more complicated question. During certain police shootings, especially of black kids by white cops, he often shot from the hip. And during 9-11, to take the most obvious example, the only reason he was running around in lower Manhattan like that was that he'd built his infamous emergency bunker in...the World Trade Center, the only building in the city that had been the target of a previous large-scale terrorism attack.So the facts weren't always so great for him. But by God, he looked like he was in charge. Being a chief executive, and looking and acting like one, came naturally to him -- as it does to some people, and not to others.Chief executive-ness does not come naturally to Obama. But he'd better be aware of this and compensate for it. If I'd been advising him, I'd have said: fly back to Washington the day after Christmas. Don't just be engaged and concerned, as I have little doubt he was from Hawaii. Look engaged and concerned. In our climate, the latter is as important as the former. Cancel your vacation. Head back to your desk.He and his people probably thought: no, that would just alarm people. Since we've been discussing ideology and psychology, I'd say that line of thinking (assuming it was part of their calculations) is very reflective of a liberal mindset. The conservative mind is more likely to want to provoke some degree of alarm and concern -- think back to the days of calls for constant vigilance against the 私は今ので、多分私は自分だましている部分を見つけることができますが、私はいくつかのポイントに戻る時は、2007年末か2008年初めには、何かがバラクオバマルディGiuliani.Giulianiから学ぶことができると書いたと思う通常は本当に良い時にされた状況の合計コマンドの中にいるの外観を与えるの危機
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    • Poll | How do you rate President Obama's first year in office?
      One year into his presidency, Barack Obama's US opinion poll rating has slumped to barely more than 50%. How do you rate President Obama's first year in office? 彼の大統領、バラクオバマ氏の米国の世論調査での評価に1年間はほとんど50%以上に下落しています
      One year into his presidency, Barack Obamau0026#39;s US opinion poll rating has slumped to barely more than 50%. How do you rate President Obamau0026#39;s first year in office? His presidency, the evaluation of opinion polls in the United States one year of Barack Obama fell almost 50 percent more

    • Obama Gets Head Start on Promoting Health Overhaul
      Still awaiting health bill to sign into law, Obama highlights changes coming in overhaul United States - Barack Obama - Head Start Program - Health - Politics まだ法律に署名する保健法案を待って、オバマ氏の変更を見直し、米国で-バラクオバマ-ヘッドスタートプログラム-健康-政。来るのハイライト
      Still awaiting health bill to sign into law, Obama highlights changes coming in overhaul United States - Barack Obama - Head Start Program - Health - Politics health bill waiting to be signed into law yet, Obama reviewed the changes in the United States - Barack Obama - Head Start Program - Health - Government. Highlights coming

    • BOOK REVIEW : She had a dream
      Surviving against the Odds by S Ann Dunham. Nearly 15 year after US President Barack Obama's mother passed away, her dream to publish her life's work has been realized. Against the backdrop of top-down Asian development programs of the 1970s and academic anthropology, the book is a testament to Dunham's lifelong passion for the development of rural populations around the world. It also offers a few pointers to Obama's early development. - Dinesh Sharma S通常アンダナムでのオッズに対する存続
      Surviving against the Odds by S Ann Dunham. Nearly 15 year after US President Barack Obamau0026#39;s mother passed away, her dream to publish her lifeu0026#39;s work has been realized. Against the backdrop of top-down Asian development programs of the 1970s and academic anthropology, the book is a testament to Dunhamu0026#39;s lifelong passion for the development of rural populations around the world. It also offers a few pointers to Obamau0026#39;s early development. - Dinesh Sharma S Andanamu survive against the odds of normal

    • Obama pushes new bank regulation
      US President Barack Obama proposes allowing regulators to be able to limit the size of the biggest banks. 米国のバラクオバマ大統領の規制当局の最大の銀行のサイズを制限することができるように提案する
      US President Barack Obama proposes allowing regulators to be able to limit the size of the biggest banks. To be able to propose to limit the size of the largest banks in the U.S. regulatory authorities, President Barack Obama

    • Steve Bell on Barack Obama's decison ruling out sackings over security failures
      US president takes blame, but other states pass the buckSteve Bell 米大統領が、非難されます他の国buckSteveベルを渡す
      US president takes blame, but other states pass the buckSteve Bell U.S. president, other countries will be condemned to pass the buckSteve Bell

    • No he can't: fickle Obama voters feel one-year itch
      WASHINGTON: Barack Obama marks a year in power today. After a euphoric inauguration 12 months ago, which up to 2 million people attended, the first African-American US president is battered by opinion polls revealing deepening disappointment and growing polarisation over his performance. ワシントン:バラクオバマ氏は年間消費電力で今日をマークします
      WASHINGTON: Barack Obama marks a year in power today. After a euphoric inauguration 12 months ago, which up to 2 million people attended, the first African-American US president is battered by opinion polls revealing deepening disappointment and growing polarisation over his performance. Washington : Barack Obama today marks the annual power consumption

    • Barack Obama approval ratings from the inauguration onwards
      What do the American people make of the Obama presidency? Our constantly updated interactive graphic shows his approval ratings from inauguration onwards and the key events that have influenced themChris Fenn どのようなアメリカの人々は、オバマ大統領を作るのですか?私たちは常に更新されたインタラクティブなグラフィックを示して発足以降、そのフェンthemChris影響を受けているキーイベントからの彼の支持率
      What do the American people make of the Obama presidency? Our constantly updated interactive graphic shows his approval ratings from inauguration onwards and the key events that have influenced themChris Fenn American people what we are, what makes a President Obama? Since we launched an interactive graphic that shows a constantly updated, Feng themChris that his approval ratings from the key events that affected

    • Big bonuses show lenders can afford tax, says Obama
      United States President Barack Obama pushed for his proposed tax on banks to recover the cost of bailing them out during the financial crisis, saying on the weekend that if they can afford billions more in bonuses, they can pay back the taxpayers, too. アメリカ合衆国大統領はバラクオバマ銀行の彼の減税のための金融危機時にこれらの救済のコストを回収するために、週末には、すれば、彼らは、あまりにも国民の税金を返済することができますボーナス数十億ドルの余裕ができるというプッシュ
      United States President Barack Obama pushed for his proposed tax on banks to recover the cost of bailing them out during the financial crisis, saying on the weekend that if they can afford billions more in bonuses, they can pay back the taxpayers, too. President United States The remedy to recover these costs during the financial crisis of banks Barack Obama for his tax cuts, on weekends, if they are billions of bonus you can even pay your tax too that could afford to push the dollar

    • Obama backs bank tax to cover bailout
      WASHINGTON - President Barack Obama at the weekend pitched his proposed tax on banks to recover the cost of bailing them out during the financial crisis, saying if they can afford billions more in bonuses, they can pay back the taxpayers,... ワシントン-米大統領はバラクオバマ氏は、週末には、銀行には、金融危機時にこれらの救済のコストを回収する場合、それらのボーナスが数十億以上余裕ができますが、納税者へ支払うことができます...と言って、減税投手
      WASHINGTON - President Barack Obama at the weekend pitched his proposed tax on banks to recover the cost of bailing them out during the financial crisis, saying if they can afford billions more in bonuses, they can pay back the taxpayers, ... Washington - United States President Barack Obama, on the weekend, the bank, if they recover the cost of relief when the financial crisis, can afford them billions of bonuses can be paid to the taxpayer. .. he said, pitching tax cuts

    • Massachusetts: Obama's health warning
      One of the ironies of the political blow that Massachusetts has delivered both to a Democratic president and his prime piece of legislation, healthcare reform, is that the state already has a mandatory health insurance programme of its own. When it was passed in 2006, the New York Times said that Massachusetts deserved credit for tackling a problem that Washington was failing to address. Yesterday that formula was almost wholly reversed. Massachusetts was taking credit for ditching a problem Washington was trying to address. Scott Brown, the winning Republican candidate, is pledging to overturn a national health deal, even though he supports a similar health programme that operates locally. Mr Brown will take his seat in the Senate as the man whose vote breaks the Democrats' filibuster-proof majority and with it the chances of getting national healthcare reform through. Letting a Republican snatch a seat once occupied by John F Kennedy and Ted Kennedy may be regarded as a misfortune. Allowing the parvenu to imperil a whole year's work looks like – in Lady Bracknell's dictum – carelessness.There are local reasons for this upset – a poor Democrat candidate, who ran a complacent and fitful campaign, and an unpopular governor. But there are national ones too: anger over declining wages, rising unemployment, the bankers, and a federal capital prey to special interests. The same mood of frustration which Barack Obama tapped as presidential candidate is now in danger of turning against him as president. The White House wheeled out its big guns yesterday to explain that the Massachusetts vote was not just about healthcare, that the first year's work could only be judged at the end of a first term, and that change takes time to reap political dividends. There is much in what the 1つは、政治的な打撃の皮肉のは、マサチューセッツ州民主党大統領や法律、医療改革の全盛期の作品の両方に配信してその状態が既に独自の強制的健康保険プログラムです
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    • Warren Buffett has worst stock market show last year in decade
      The 79-year-old American billionaire investor, Warren Buffett, had the worst performance in stock market in 2009 after he was appointed an economic advisor to U.S. President Barack Obama, according to news reports Thursday. Buffett's company, Berkshire Hathaway Inc., which he has led for more than 40 years, gained 2.7 percent on the New York Stock Exchange in 2009, less than the 23 percent return in the Standard & Poor's 500 Index. Berkshire's performance last year was its worst ... 後、彼は米国のバラクオバマ大統領の経済顧問に任命された79歳のアメリカ人の億万長者の投資家、ウォーレンバフェット、ニュース、レポート木曜日
      The 79-year-old American billionaire investor, Warren Buffett, had the worst performance in stock market in 2009 after he was appointed an economic advisor to US President Barack Obama, according to news reports Thursday. Buffettu0026#39;s company, Berkshire Hathaway Inc., Which he has led for more than 40 years, gained 2.7 percent on the New York Stock Exchange in 2009, less than the 23 percent return in the Standard u0026amp; Pooru0026#39;s 500 Index. Berkshireu0026#39;s performance last year was its worst ... after, he was the United States was appointed economic adviser to President Barack Obama investors 79 year-old American billionaire, Warren Buffett, news report Thursday

    • AP source: Obama wants greater banking limits
      A senior administration official says President Barack Obama plans to call for giving the government new powers to limit the size and complexity of large financial institutions and to limit their ability to engage in high-risk trades. The president is expected to make the announcement Thursday after meeting with former Federal Reserve Chairman Paul Volcker, according to the official, who spoke late Wednesday only on the condition of anonymity ahead of the announcement. The restrictions exp ... _NULL_
      A senior administration official says President Barack Obama plans to call for giving the government new powers to limit the size and complexity of large financial institutions and to limit their ability to engage in high-risk trades. The president is expected to make the announcement Thursday after meeting with former Federal Reserve Chairman Paul Volcker, according to the official, who spoke late Wednesday only on the condition of anonymity ahead of the announcement. The restrictions exp ... _NULL_

    • Obama must show what he's learned from his first year mistakes | Michael Tomasky
      He spent a year trying to do things co-operatively, and the system has been unco-operative. Now he must take direct charge and not let Congress call the shotsA few days from now, on 20 January, Barack Obama will start his second year on the job. When he shaves that morning, he might well look at that fellow in the mirror and ask: all right, then, what have you learned? Let's try five important lessons.First, that the Republican party is and will remain in a state of permanent political warfare against him. When the memoirs come out many years from now, we will read about how shocked Obama was at the GOP's igneous resistance to anything he wanted to do. It's surprised me too. It's not that he or I expected the Republicans just to be nice people or patsies. It's that a handful of them in the Senate and the House of Representatives represent states or districts that Obama won, which in past contexts would have meant these legislators – three or four in the Senate, 15 or so in the House – would be willing to play ball. That isn't how the GOP works any more.Second, that his own party's legislators aren't anxious to do him any huge favours. You have a parliamentary system in Britain in which a party acts like … a party. Unified. Our GOP acts that way, because of its comparative ideological homogeneity. The Democrats do not, and will not. Of many extreme cases, the most egregious is probably a usually none too influential congressman from Michigan named Bart Stupak. He opposes abortion rights and is holding his vote for healthcare reform hostage to demands that will result in the pro-abortion rights party passing a huge law that will in fact impose new restrictions on funding for abortions. But the Democrats need his vote, and so he can dictate such terms.Third, that the liber 彼は1年ものの共同動作可能なことを考えて、日々を過ごしたシステムされて異様な協同しています
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    • Video: Security review finds key failings by CIA and terror agency
      US president, Barack Obama, rules out sackings over the recent intelligence failures but points to breakdown in systems of coordinating and understanding information gathered 米大統領、バラクオバマ候補は、最近の知能障害が崩壊へとポイントを調整するシステムの上でsackingsアウトルールの理解と情報収集
      US president, Barack Obama, rules out sackings over the recent intelligence failures but points to breakdown in systems of coordinating and understanding information gathered U.S. presidential candidate Barack Obama, on a point system to adjust to the collapse of the recent intelligence failures sackings understanding and information-gathering rules out

    • Republicans win key seat in Senate
      Scott Brown becomes 41st Republican in Senate after defeating Democrat Martha Coakley in historically liberal stateRepublican Scott Brown today captured the US Senate seat long held by liberal icon Ted Kennedy, leaving Barack Obama's health care overhaul in doubt and marring the end of his first year in office.Brown's defeat of Martha Coakley for the Massachusetts seat signalled big political problems for the Democrats in November, when House of Representative, Senate and gubernatorial candidates are on the ballot.More immediately, Brown will become the 41st Republican in the 100-member Senate, which could allow the Republicans to block the president's health care legislation and the rest of Obama's agenda. Democrats needed Coakley to win for a 60th vote to thwart Republican procedural manoeuvres to block votes on legislation.The election transformed reliably Democratic Massachusetts into a battleground state. One day shy of the first anniversary of Obama's swearing-in, it played out amid a backdrop of animosity and resentment from voters over persistently high unemployment, industry bailouts, exploding federal budget deficits and partisan wrangling over health care.For weeks considered a long shot, Brown rode that wave of bitterness to draw even with Coakley in the final stretch of the campaign. Surveys showed his candidacy energised Republicans while attracting disaffected Democrats and independents uneasy with where they felt the US was heading.With 87% of precincts counted, Brown led Coakley, 52% to 47%.Even before the polls closed, Obama administration officials and Coakley's supporters were blaming each other. Administration officials privately accused Coakley of a poorly run campaign. They played down the notion that Obama or a toxic political landscape had much スコットブラウン41共和党の上院での歴史的なリベラルstateRepublicanスコットブラウン、今日民主党のマーサCoakleyを撃破した後になると、疑問のバラクオバマ氏の医療改革を残して、米国の上院議。長いリベラルのアイコンテッドケネディ開催を捕獲し、就任1年目の終わりにmarringマサチューセッツ州の席をマーサCoakleyのブラウン氏の敗北、11月に下院議員、上院議員や知事選の候補者のballot.More直ちにされている民主党にとって大きな政治的問題の合図、ブラウンのメンバーの上院は41の100で、共和党になるは、オバマ氏の議題の残りの部分は、大統領の健康法をブロックする共和党の可能性があります
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    • Republican wins US Senate seat
      Republicans won a stunning upset in Massachusetts' Senate election, US television networks reported, dealing a potentially fatal blow to President Barack Obama's health care reforms. 共和党は、マサチューセッツ州の上院議員選挙、米国のテレビネットワークで報告、バラクオバマ氏の医療改革には潜在的に致命的な打撃を与える見事な動揺を獲得した
      Republicans won a stunning upset in Massachusettsu0026#39; Senate election, US television networks reported, dealing a potentially fatal blow to President Barack Obamau0026#39;s health care reforms. Republicans, Senate election in Massachusetts, U.S. television networks reported, Barack Obamau0026#39;s health care reform has won a stunning upset to give a potentially fatal blow

    • Obama's health reforms under threat as Senate seat falls
      WASHINGTON - Democrats scrambled to save President Barack Obama's health care reform plan after losing a key Senate seat in a largely Democrat state in an election widely viewed as reflecting a wave of dissatisfaction over Obama's... ワシントン-米民主党の大部分が民主党の状態で選挙での普及への不満の高まりを反映したと見なさキー上院議席を失った後、バラクオバマ大統領の医療改革案を保存するスクランブルオバマ氏の...
      WASHINGTON - Democrats scrambled to save President Barack Obamau0026#39;s health care reform plan after losing a key Senate seat in a largely Democrat state in an election widely viewed as reflecting a wave of dissatisfaction over Obamau0026#39;s ... Washington - The Democratic majority to the Democrats After losing a key Senate seat was considered to reflect the growing popular discontent with the election in the stateu0026#39;s healthcare reform plan to save Sukuranburuobama President Barack Obama ...

    • No smoking gun before Christmas bombing plot
      A White House advisor defended the U S intelligence community s counterterrorism efforts on Sunday saying they did not miss smoking gun leading to the plot to blow up a U S international flight on Christmas There is no smoking gun said John Brennan President Barack Obama s top advisor on counterterrorism affairs in a CNN program There was no single piece of intelligence that said this guy is going to get on a plane Brennan is currently leading a government inves ホワイトハウスの顧問は、米国の諜報コミュニティの日曜日に、テロ対策の努力が決定的なプロットすることがない動かぬ証拠はクリスマスの25日、米国の国際便を爆破するとリードを欠場していないと言っ擁護したジョンブレナンバラクオバマ大統領のテロ対策を。顧問とようこそ知性のは、この男は、飛行機ブレナンを得るため、現在、政府invesリードしているつもりだが1つの作品だったのCNNの番組での事務
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    • Obama to unveil bank fee
      President Barack Obama will Thursday unveil a 90 billion dollar fee on 50 top finance firms to recoup taxpayer dollars used to bail out Wall Street, which is blamed for igniting the economic crisis. バラクオバマ大統領は木曜日上位50社のファイナンス会社で、ウォール街は、経済危機の発火の原因とされ救済するために使用納税者のドルを回収するために90億ドルの費用を明らかにします
      President Barack Obama will Thursday unveil a 90 billion dollar fee on 50 top finance firms to recoup taxpayer dollars used to bail out Wall Street, which is blamed for igniting the economic crisis. President Barack Obamau0026#39;s Top 50 Thursdayu0026#39;s finance companies, Wall Street is to collect taxpayer dollars are used to remedy the economic crisis caused the fire to reveal the cost of 90 billion dollars

    • Google has sent China a critical message
      The internet search giant reminds the growing superpower that it cannot have everything its own wayTHE interesting question about Google's confrontation with the Chinese government is to what extent the internet search giant is acting as a proxy for the US government. Underlying the issues of hacking and censorship is unease over the inexorable increase in China's business clout and whether its ambition to become an economic superpower is compatible with its political system.In the past few weeks alone there has been a string of contretemps with the west, including the execution of Briton Akmail Shaikh, the imprisonment of dissident Liu Xiaobo and ill-feeling over China's behaviour at the Copenhagen climate change summit, where it appeared to snub Barack Obama.Google is not the only company to clash with the Chinese: its travails are preceded by those of mining group Rio. Beijing became involved with Rio when a threatened takeover by rival BHP Billiton would have given a combined mining group huge pricing power over iron ore. But a proposed $19.5bn investment in Rio by state-controlled aluminium company Chinalco fell apart; Rio and the others played hardball over iron ore prices and four of its employees were arrested on bribery charges.Episodes such as these tap into deep disquiet about doing business with China. Its potential is vast: with its population of 1.3 billion, many becoming newly affluent, the market is a covetable prize for western companies. By the same token, the Chinese are keen to build muscle overseas: in the early stages of the credit crunch Beijing took stakes in a number of banks including Barclays. Last year there were $46bn worth of overseas deals, mainly in energy and resources, and here we have welcomed Chinese operators such as Nanjing Automobi インターネット検索大手の成長の超大国は、それがすべてでは、中国政府とGoogleの対決については、独自のwayTHE興味深い質問がないことを連想させる、インターネット検索大手の米政府のプロキシとして動作しているどの程度までです
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    • US climate change legislation Q&A: what will happen in 2010?
      The global recession, US mid-term elections and a weak deal at Copenhagen all play a part in the future of cap and tradeWhat is the state of play for climate change legislation in America?Barack Obama put his reputation on the line at Copenhagen by saying America would act on climate change. Now it's up to Congress. The House of Representatives passed the Waxman-Markey bill last June which would set a price on carbon, and would put progressively tighter limits on greenhouse gas emissions with a 17% cut from 2005 levels by 2020, and 80% by 2050.Barbara Boxer, a California Democrat, passed a nearly identical version of the bill out of the Senate environment committee last November. But action in the Senate has stalled. Boxer stared down a Republican boycott to get a bill through her committee. But Democrats are deeply reluctant to throw themselves into another full-on confrontation with Republicans so soon after the bruising battle over healthcare reform.What happens next?US environmental organisations say there is still a good chance the Senate will move ahead on a climate change bill this year. A triumvirate of Senators — Democrat John Kerry, Republican Lindsey Graham, and Independent Joe Lieberman — are working to craft a climate change bill they think would have a good chance of getting support from Republican as well as Democratic Senators. Kerry had earlier promised a blueprint late last year. The newest deadline is at the end of this month. The Senate is then expected to begin its push in the spring.Did the Copenhagen climate summit hurt or help prospects for the bill?Obama's 13 hours on the ground diplomacy at Copenhagen was seen as evidence of his commitment to action — which should help give momentum to the bill. The deal reached at Copenhagen by the biggest em 世界的な不況、コペンハーゲンでの米国の中間選挙と弱い契約のすべての帽子の将来の役割を果たすとtradeWhatアメリカでは、気候変動法案?バラクオバマ候補のゲームの状態と言って、コペンハーゲンでの行に名声を入れてアメリカの気候変動に基づいて行動する
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    • A fight against the odds
      In 2001, George W Bush declared the United States was at war against al-Qaeda. President Barack Obama also claims the country's main enemy is al-Qaeda. Al-Qaeda's shock troops in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iraq, Yemen, Somalia and North Africa, based on the best intelligence estimates available, add up to about 2,100 fighters; the US has approximately 1.4 million active duty men and women under arms. - Nick Turse and Tom Engelhardt 2001年、ジョージWブッシュ大統領らとの戦争の時で、国際テロ組織アルカイダは、米国を宣言した
      In 2001, George W Bush declared the United States was at war against al-Qaeda. President Barack Obama also claims the countryu0026#39;s main enemy is al-Qaeda. Al-Qaedau0026#39;s shock troops in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iraq, Yemen, Somalia and North Africa , based on the best intelligence estimates available, add up to about 2,100 fighters; the US has approximately 1.4 million active duty men and women under arms. - Nick Turse and Tom Engelhardt 2001 years, when the war with George W Bush et al. , al-Qaeda international terrorist organization, declared the United States

    • US makes Haiti quake funds appeal
      US President Barack Obama and two of his predecessors launch an appeal for funds to help Haiti recover from the earthquake. 米大統領バラクオバマ氏と2つの前任者の資金のハイチは、地震からの回復を支援する魅力を起動します
      US President Barack Obama and two of his predecessors launch an appeal for funds to help Haiti recover from the earthquake. U.S. President Barack Obama and two of Haitiu0026#39;s predecessor one of the funds will start to help the recovery from the earthquake appeal

    • Haiti's plight can bind US and Cuba | Steve Clemons
      Following the earthquake in Haiti, the US and Cuba should cast aside their differences to help their troubled neighbourIn Latin America, Cuba stands out as one of the most effective deployers of soft power. Rather than exporting revolution, Cuba today exports doctors – with more than 30,000 Cuban doctors working in more than 100 underdeveloped countries around the world.Cuba has become a marquis provider of catastrophe-related medical assistance around the world, particularly after tsunamis, hurricanes and earthquakes – and no doubt will send large contingents of medical personnel to earthquake-ravaged Haiti. Moving beyond the cold war stasis in US-Cuba relations is a priority of Barack Obama's administration, and the devastation in Haiti provides a platform to provide relief for a desperate nearby nation and build collaboration between Cuba and the US.Many great American voices from Brent Scowcroft and George Shultz to Jackson Browne and Bill Richardson have argued that the US-Cuba embargo makes no sense as foreign policy, that the right of Americans to travel anywhere in the world should not be suspended in the case of Cuba, that Cuba's exports of doctors rather than arms should be more than enough reason to strike Cuba off America's watch list of state sponsors of terror.But to effect change in a relationship as historically toxic as that of Fidel Castro's Cuba and 11 US presidents will require certain narratives.One such narrative could evolve from tying American resource co-ordination and financial support in a regional multilateral effort with other Latin American nations – particularly Cuba's deep bench of natural disaster-experienced medical corps.After Hurricane Katrina pounded New Orleans and southern Mississippi, Fidel Castro offered relief support from a 1,6 ハイチ、米国とキューバでの地震の後に問題を抱えたneighbourInラテンアメリカを支援する、キューバの1つのソフトパワーを最も効果的なデプロイヤとして際立っている、その違いはさておきキャストする必要があります
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    • AMERICA NEED PUBLIC WAYーその204不正を許した長過ぎた日本に
      ☆〜★〜☆〜★〜☆〜★〜☆〜★〜☆〜★〜☆〜★〜☆〜★〜☆〜★〜☆〜★ date: thu, 14 jan 2010 22:35:02 +0000 to: rinebow611@yahoo.co.jp from: president barack obama subject: help for haiti
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    • U.S. aircraft carrier Carl Vinson arrives in Haiti: Obama
      U.S. President Barack Obama Friday made comments about the devastating earthquake in Haiti for the third consecutive day, saying aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson has arrived in Haitian waters, and he is to discuss Haiti with two ex-presidents. Obama said the aircraft carrier brought along helicopters critical in delivering assistance, namely badly needed water, food, and other life-saving supplies to priority areas in Port-au-Prince, the Haitian capital. He described the scale of ... 米大統領バラクオバマ金曜日、空母カールビンソンハイチの海域に到着していると言って、3日連続でハイチでは壊滅的な地震についての発言を、彼は2つの元社長です
      US President Barack Obama Friday made comments about the devastating earthquake in Haiti for the third consecutive day, saying aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson has arrived in Haitian waters, and he is to discuss Haiti with two ex-presidents. Obama said the aircraft carrier brought along helicopters critical in delivering assistance, namely badly needed water, food, and other life-saving supplies to priority areas in Port-au-Prince, the Haitian capital. He described the scale of ... U.S. President Barack Obama Friday, Karubinson carrier to say that the waters have arrived in Haiti, three consecutive days in Haiti is a remark about the devastating earthquake, he is a former president of two single

    • AIG bailout secrecy...
      our focus was on ensuring accuracy and protecting the taxpayers' interests during a time of severe economic distress, baxter said in a statement. all information was in fact disclosed that was required to be disclosed by the company, showing that counterparties received par value. there was no effort to mislead the public.
      our focus was on ensuring accuracy and protecting the taxpayersu0026#39; interests during a time of severe economic distress, baxter said in a statement. all information was in fact disclosed that was required to be disclosed by the company, showing that counterparties received par value. there was no effort to mislead the public.

    • Attack blamed on al-Qaeda affiliate
      BARACK Obama has accused an al Qaeda affiliate of arming and training a Nigerian man for a failed mission to blow up a plane バラクオバマアーミングのアルカイダの系列会社や、失敗したミッションのための飛行機を爆破するとのナイジェリア人男性の訓。非難している
      BARACK Obama has accused an al Qaeda affiliate of arming and training a Nigerian man for a failed mission to blow up a plane Barakuobamaamingu al-Qaeda and affiliates, the Nigerian man with a mission to blow up a plane failed to training. I condemn

    • Obama blames al-Qaida affiliate for Christmas airline attack
      U S President Barack Obama confirmed Saturday in Hawaii that the failed attack on a Detroit bound plane over Christmas was linked to an al Qaida affiliate in Yemen The investigation into the Christmas Day incident continues and we re learning more about the suspect Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab Obama said in his weekly radio and video address released by the White House on Saturday It appears that he joined an affiliate of al Qaida and that this group al Qaida in the A 米大統領バラクオバマ土曜日、ハワイではクリスマスに、デトロイト行き飛行機イエメンでアルカイダ関連会社は、クリスマスの日の事件の捜査にリンクされた上で、失敗した攻撃の継続を確認し、より多くの被疑者ウマルファルークAbdulmutallabオバマ氏について学ぶことを再で述べている彼の毎週恒例のラジオやビデオのホワイトハウスの土曜日に公開アドレスこれは、彼とは、このグループ、アルカイダのアルカイダのアフィリエイトに参加しましたが表示されます
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    • U.S. embassy in Yemen closed over threats by al-Qaeda
      Citing threats by al Qaeda in Yemen the United States closed its embassy in the country on Sunday The U S Embassy in Sanaa is closed today Jan 3 2010 in response to ongoing threats by al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula AQAP to attack American interests in Yemen said the embassy in a statement John Brennan President Barack Obama s aide on homeland security and counterterrorism told CNN that there are indications that al Qaeda has been planning to carry out an attack 国際テロ組織アルカイダのイエメンではアメリカ合衆国の国で日曜日の米国大使館サヌアでは、その大使館を閉鎖の脅威を理由に、今日2010年1月3日現在進行中の脅威に対応して国際テロ組織アルカイダがアラビア半島AQAPのイエメンでは米国の国益を攻撃するクローズされている文ジョンブレナンバラクオバマ大統領での大使館、国土安全保障やテロ対策での側近掲載CNNに語ったところがある兆候が国際テロ組織アルカイダの攻撃を実施する計画されている
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