Tuesday, 17 August 2010

Evidence.





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This post is about reconnaissance, not just an educated guess mission, but, the sort of mission only an accomplished together unit could possibly hope to put together, carry out, and complete. It is testament to professionalism that vital desk work be appropriated with an execution based purely on delivery ratio non other than 100 percent affirmative positive. For away science which should and would probably be a routine scouting schedule the base to space to surface, surface to air to space to base programme will be an accurate profile of specific requirements for science and personnel, it should and would probably be the standard for military movement.


Snow / Lonely monday morning

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Starting work is a real buzz when it's a new assignment, putting the puzzle together is a totally spacious prospect for agenda, I guess all the people involved with new programmes are excited that they have the opportunity to flourish, for new assignments, some times it means a complete new set of personnel, a complete new budget and complete new philosophical stance, approach and maintenance, of course it does, every company knows that staying in the market place requires good reconnaissance, an excellent knowledge of social behaviour which invariably reflects on the companies ability to perform in the market place, as it would be for any agent, for instance a special air service [SAS] operative tracking an Irish republican army [IRA] operative need not worry much about the IRA operative being killed inside English territory obviously because of the perimeters of the English heaven and it's rules of law in the heaven, obviously an agent making a kill inside foreign territory heaven would need to worry about escape, and thus, the limitations and appropriations of law and the law of practice and progress apply to the art of interior design.


Snow / Informer

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Gates' $750m vaccination pledge

Mr Gates has used his wealth in the battle against disease
The foundation run by Microsoft magnate Bill Gates has announced it is dedicating $750m (£400m) to a worldwide infant vaccination programme. Mr Gates said the donation would help save millions of children's lives. "Supporting children's immunisation is undoubtedly the best investment we've ever made," he said in a statement. At the same time, it was announced that Norway was donating $290m to the same organisation, the Global Alliance for Vaccination and Immunisation (Gavi).

Mr Gates' pledge is to run over 10 years, and Norway's over five. Healthcare debate Mr Gates has made a name as one of the world's top philanthropists. The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has pledged $7bn to good causes over the last decade. The Microsoft founder is expected to press the case for further investment in disease prevention at this week's annual World Economic Forum meeting in Davos, Switzerland.



He is due to share a platform with Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair for a debate on healthcare funding. On Tuesday he appealed to other donors to help fund Gavi's goal - to immunise all the world's children. Gavi was set up in 2000 to co-ordinate worldwide vaccination programmes, and has already immunised 54 million children against diseases such as diphtheria, tetanus, whooping cough, hepatitis B, influenza type B, and yellow fever. "In just five years, Gavi's efforts have saved hundreds of thousands of children's lives, and its work in the coming years will save millions more," said Mr Gates. "Gavi will use the funds announced today to support national immunisation programmes in 72 of the world's poorest countries." The commitment was welcomed by Gavi chairman Dr Jong-wook Lee, who said it would "prevent immense suffering and disability over the coming years". The Gates Foundation said current vaccination efforts were failing to reach an estimated 27 million children in developing countries every year, leading to millions of deaths.
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It would be very good to see the results of this particular investment in our future, our ability to travel and build our ground infrastructure is based upon our ability to move around on it, over it and around it, of course many other offerings have been publicised, but, sadly the results and monetary pence per pence delivery to the programmes needy are often overshadowed by the wake of the publicity.


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Snow / Runway

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Pilots call for airport runway safety system


18th june 2010


A crushable concrete system at the end of runways can slow planes dramatically and should be mandatory at all Canadian airports, the chair of the Air Canada Pilots Association's safety division says.
Barry Wiszniowski said the safety measure, called an engineered material arresting system, or EMAS, could have prevented the mishap at Ottawa's Macdonald-Cartier International Airport on Wednesday.
A Trans States Airlines Embraer 145 aircraft with 36 people on board, operating as part of United Airlines Express, touched down Wednesday afternoon on a wet runway and was unable to stop quickly enough. It cleared the runway and wound up nose down in a grassy ditch about 500 feet from the landing strip. Two crew members and one passenger were treated for minor injuries.
The Transportation Safety Board of Canada is investigating the incident and is not expected to release a full report on the causes until at least six months from now.
Earlier this year, however, the safety board placed runway overruns on its watch list of potential air safety problems across the country.
"Airports need to lengthen the safety areas at the end of runways or install other engineered systems and structures to safely stop planes that overrun," the safety board said in March.
Wiszniowski said an engineered system has the advantage of taking up less space than a runway that has simply been extended.
Engineered systems are typically created using lightweight, crushable concrete that gives way under the weight of the plane, slowing it down safely.
"If there would be an excursion [past the main runway] it would be like driving into a sandbox," Wiszniowski said. "The blocks of the engineered material arresting system absorb some of the energy and momentum of the aircraft, bringing it basically to a stop in the designated area."
Similar to 2004 mishap
Wednesday's incident was similar to a runway mishap six years ago on the same runway involving the same regional airliner.
On July 14, 2004, a Trans States Airlines plane, also an Embraer 145 aircraft but operating on behalf of US Airways Express, ran off runway 07/25 and came to a rest 300 feet from the landing strip.
Neither plane had thrust reversers to help it decelerate quickly. Thrust reversers are optional on this type of aircraft.
In the earlier case, the Transportation Safety Board ruled the flight came in high and fast and the flight crew was slow to react to the plane's lack of deceleration.
The TSB also said the flight's smooth landing contributed to the aircraft hydroplaning on touchdown. As with Wednesday's incident, it was raining that day. No one was injured in the 2004 accident



Obviously the terms of desk officials representing organisations, military and public companies rely heavily on the basis of liability which company law has seen that a member of an executive team is not a direct respondant to action and cause, the priority of most companies for the previous 80 years has been to offer companies ''limited'' contracts of service [ltd], similarly and most notably public limited companies [plc] often perform on bonus to risk annum performance leading to a trend of social adequacy based upon fringe circle performance largely associated with conjecture in the ranks of legal doctrine.


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Snow / Anything for you [heavylift]

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Snow featuring Nadine Sutherland / Anything for you

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The immensely successful and justly popular couple of David Beckham and Victoria Adams represent all that is good about open lifestyle and it's approach to professional careers, not much is really said about the integrity of our societies habits which serve to strengthen the daily community, but, it is rightly said that their partnership is a worthy infrastructure to base values on regarding their multi national credentials as ambassadors of our generation, particularly reflective of the more obvious embarrassments of older generation decisions to embark on careers that perhaps were not as viably credible.

David Beckham basketball goal with football.

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Another member of the Spice girls, Gerry Haliwell, somehow mysteriously was offered and given the job of United nations ambassador, it seems an odd choice, a really odd choice. Our world has a multitude of talent practicing a large variety of professions, the widening field of community knowledge is spreading and opening into a platform that surely must bring conformity to answer questions that the entirety of the worlds population has sought to solve for thousands, perhaps millions of years. The search for the existence of God has various scientific research programmes very well funded, but, supremely quiet media reporting, the NASA space programme really has been orientated for proving and disproving life outside of our planetary sphere, it has been focusing on the search for similar planetary conditions that produce environments capable of encouraging and supporting life as we perceive it to be possible, but, mainly as we stand at the crucible of exploration the NASA programme has focused on microbiopic life, many will seek to venture to explore the macrobiotic life spectrum which most interestly encompasses heavenly activity associated with multi cultural fables such as Aboriginal dreamtime, Vortex's {Sedona/America}, the Bermuda triangle timeshifts...





King Arthurs search for the holy grail...


And King Atlas king of Atlantis...


In space exploration space time anomalies will be the futures bane for space exploration, but, perhaps could futurely be continuum mazes for space science enthusiasts.



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''That way''...


Snow / Everybody wants to be like

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Selected Examples of National Laws Governing Space Activities: Russian Federation

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[UNOFFICIAL TRANSLATION]

LAW of the RUSSIAN FEDERATION "ABOUT SPACE ACTIVITY"

Decree No. 5663-1 of the Russian House of Soviets



The exploration of outer space, which began in Russia, opens up new prospects for global civilization. In Russian Federation the exploration and use of outer space, including the Moon and other celestial bodies, is one of the most important directions of activities in the interests of citizens, society and state. The present Law is intended to provide legal regulation for space activities and stimulates the application of the potential of space science and industry for solving socio-economic, scientific, technical and defense task of Russian Federation.



Section 1. GENERAL PROVISIONS



Article 1. Legislation of Russian Federation on Space Activity

1. The present Law shall lay down legal and organization foundations of space activities under the jurisdiction of Russian Federation.

2. Space activities under the jurisdiction of Russian Federation shall also be regulated by other laws and normative acts of Russian Federation issued in accordance with the Constitution of Russian Federation and this Law.



Article 2. The Concept of Space Activity

1. For purposes of this Law space activity shall be defined as any activity immediately connected with operations to explore and use outer space, including the Moon and other celestial bodies. Space activity shall include:

space researches;
remote sensing of the Earth from outer space, including environmental monitoring and meteorology;
use of navigation, topographical and geodesic satellite systems;
piloted space missions;
manufacturing of materials and other products in outer space;
other kinds of activity performed with the aid of space technology.
2. Space activity comprises creating (including development, manufacture and test), as well as using and transferring of space techniques, space technology, other products and services necessary for carrying out space activity.



Article 3. Goals and Purposes of Space Activity

1. Space activity shall be carried out with the goal of promoting the well-being of the citizens of Russian Federation, the development of Russian Federation and ensuring its security, as well as solving global problems of mankind.

2. Main tasks of space activity under the jurisdiction of Russian Federation shall be:

providing access to outer space;
studying of the Earth and outer space;
developing science, techniques and technologies, enhancing economic efficiency;
ensuring defense capabilities of Russian Federation and control over the implementation of international treaties concerning armaments and armed forces.


Article 4. The Principles of Space Activity

1. Space activity shall be carried out in conformity with the following principles:

the equal right of the organizations and citizens of Russian Federation to participate in space activity;
access to information about space activity;
use of the results of space activity in the interests of customers with due regard to the rights of organizations and citizens participating in space activity;
introduction of the achievements of space science and technology into national economy;
restriction of monopolistic activity and the development of entrepreneurial activity;
independence of expertise on issues of space activity;
provision of safety in space activity, including protection of the environment;
promotion of international cooperation in the field of space activity;
international responsibility of the state for space activity performed under its jurisdiction.
2. In order to ensure strategic and ecological security it is prohibited in Russian Federation:

to put into the orbit around the Earth or to deploy in outer space otherwise nuclear weapons and any other kinds of weapons of mass destruction;
to test nuclear weapons and any other kinds of weapons of mass destruction in outer space;
to use space objects and other space technology as a tool to influence the environment for military and other hostile purposes;
to use the Moon and other celestial bodies for military purposes;
to create deliberate immediate threat to safety of space activity, including safety of space objects;
to create harmful contamination of outer space which leads to unfavourable changes of the environment, including deliberate elimination [destruction?] of space objects in outer space.
Other space activity under the jurisdiction of Russian Federation, which is prohibited by international treaties of Russian Federation, is not allowed as well.

3. Space activity, as well as dissemination of information on space activity shall be carried out with the observation of the requirements, stipulated by the legislation of Russian Federation, on the protection of intellectual property rights, state (including military) and commercial secret.

4. General information about space activity, which is subject to point 3 of present Article, including the data:

about plans of launching of space objects and their changes;
about space projects and the course of their realization;
about budget allocations for space activities;
about incidents and accidents while carrying out space activity and the damage because of such accidents
shall be disseminated without restrictions.





Section II. ORGANIZATION of SPACE ACTIVITY



Article 5. Competence of Bodies of State Power and Administration

1. In Russian Federation space activity pertains to the competence of federal bodies of state power and administration.

2. The Supreme Soviet of Russian Federation shall determine the space policy of Russian Federation, including:

adoption of legislative acts, regulating space activity;
adoption of the Federal Space Program of Russia;
exercising control over the fulfilment of the Federal Space Program of Russia and spending the state means allotted for space activity;
ratification of international treaties of Russian Federation on issues of space activity;
resolve other issues, within its competence, arising in the pursuit of space activity.
3. The President of Russian Federation shall be responsible for the implementation of space policy of Russian Federation, including:

issuing of Edicts and executive orders necessary for carrying out space activity;
supervising of activities of Council of Ministers - the Government of Russian Federation to implement the Federal Space Program of Russia and on other issues related to carrying out of space activity;
resolving, within his competence, other issues arising in the pursuit of space activity.
4. Council of Ministers - the Government of Russian Federation shall ensure the supervision of space activity, including:

issuing of Decrees and Executive Orders necessary for carrying out of space activity;
considering of the draft Federal Space Program of Russia as proposed by the Russian Space Agency, the Ministry of Defence of Russian Federation, the Russian Academy of Sciences and other state customers for works to create and use space technology;
submit to the Supreme Soviet of Russian Federation the draft Federal Space Program of Russia and proposals on financing of space activity;
approve the Regulations of Russian Space Agency;
undertake measures to protect interests of Russian Federation, as well as Russian organizations and citizens in the field of space activity;
resolve within its competence other issues arising in the pursuit of space activity.
5. Republics within Russian Federation, autonomous region, autonomous areas, territories, regions and cities of Moscow and St.Peterburg shall participate in the exercise of powers to regulate space activity provided for by this Law.



Article 6. The Russian Space Agency

1. The Russian Space Agency shall be a body of federal executive power responsible for carrying out space activity in scientific and national-economy purposes under the jurisdiction of Russian Federation in accordance with the space policy of Russian Federation.

2. The Russian Space Agency shall, within its competence:

elaborate a draft Federal Space Program of Russia in coordination with the Ministry of Defence of Russian Federation, the Russian Academy of Sciences and other state customers of works in creation and use of space technology;
form and place a state order for works in creation and use of space technology for scientific and national- economy purposes, including works under international space projects;
participate in coordination with the Ministry of Defence of Russian Federation in placing the state order for works in creation and use of space technology, used both for scientific and national-economy purpose and for purposes of defence and security of Russian Federation;
ensure, in coordination with the Ministry of Defence of Russian Federation and other ministries and departments of Russian Federation the exploitation, maintenance and development of ground and other objects of space infrastructure for scientific and national-economy purposes;
issue licenses for the types of space activity;
organize certification of space technology ;
provide space activity with necessary normative technical documentation;
ensure, in conjunction with corresponding state services, the safety of space activity;
interact with the organizations and agencies of foreign states, as well as international organizations on questions of space activity and enter into appropriate international agreements;
perform other functions, as defined by Council of Ministers - the Government of Russian Federation.
3. The Russian Space Agency may create its territorial agencies in order to fulfil its functions, taking into account interests of subjects of Russian Federation in use of results of space activity.



Article 7. Space Activity for Purposes of Defense and Security of Russian Federation.

1. Space activity for purposes of defense and security of Russian Federation shall be pursued by the Ministry of Defense of Russian Federation which shall be responsible for the implementation of the long-term program and annual plans of works to create and use military space technology in conjunction with other ministries and departments of Russian Federation.

2. The Ministry of Defence of Russian Federation shall within its competence:

elaborate draft program and annual plans of works to create and use military space technology and, in conjunction with the Russian Space Agency of space technology applied for both scientific and national-economy purposes and for the purposes of defense and security of Russian Federation;
form and place the state order for works to create and use military space technology and, in conjunction with the Russian Space Agency space technology applied both for scientific and national-economy purposes and for purposes of defense and security of Russian Federation;
use space technology for purposes of defense and security of Russian Federation;
perform exploitation of space technology for scientific and national-economy purposes on a contractual basis;
ensure, jointly with the Russian Space Agency and other ministries and departments of Russian Federation, the maintenance and development of ground and other objects of space infrastructure;
provide space activity with necessary normative technical documentation;
participate in the certification of space technology on a contractual basis;
ensure, in conjunction with corresponding state services, safety of space activity;
perform other functions established by Council of Ministers - the Government of the Russian Federation.

4. The Ministry of Defence of Russian Federation shall have the right to temporarily transfer idle objects of space infrastructure under its jurisdiction to the Russian Space Agency on a contractual basis to be used for space activity for scientific and national-economy purposes.



Article 8. Federal Space Program of Russia

1. The Federal Space Program of Russia shall be the document on the basis of which the state order for the creation and use of space technology for scientific and national-economy purposes shall be formed. The procedure of interaction of the Russian Space Agency and the Ministry Defence of Russian Federation in elaboration and approval of the Federal Space Program of Russia and the long-term program and annual plans of works to create and use military space technology shall be determined by the legislation of Russian Federation.

2. The Federal Space Program of Russia shall be elaborated taking into account:

established goals, tasks and principles of space activity;
interests of the subject of Russian Federation;
economic situation in the country;
condition of space science and industry;
need for a comprehensive development of the space and the ground segments of space infrastructure;
interests of users and producers of space technologies;
situation and trends in the development of cosmonautics;
conditions in the world space market;
international obligations of Russian Federation and the task to expand international cooperation.
3. The Federal Space Program of Russia shall be elaborated in accordance with the results of a competition of space projects submitted by the ministries and departments of Russian Federation, organizations and citizens concerned.

The procedure and terms for holding competitions of space projects for scientific and national-economy purposes shall be determined by the Russian Space Agency with the participation of the Russian Academy of Sciences and other customers of works in creation and use of space technology.

4. General information about the Federal Space Program of Russia and annual reports on its implementation shall be published in the press.



Article 9. Licensing of Space Activity

1. This Law shall establish a licensing (permission) procedure for the pursuit of space activity in scientific and national-economy purpose.

2. Subject to licensing shall be space activity of organizations and citizens of Russian Federation or space activity of foreign organizations and citizens under the jurisdiction of Russian Federation, if such activity includes tests, manufacture, storage, preparation for launching and launching of space objects, as well as control over space flights.

3. Types, forms, and terms of licenses, the conditions and procedures for their issue, withholding, suspension or termination, as well as other questions of licensing shall be regulated by the legislation of Russian Federation.

4. Carrying out space activity by an organization or a citizen without a license or in wilful violation of the terms of the license shall be punishable by virtue of the legislation of Russian Federation.

5. The actions of the state bodies to license space activity may be claimed in the court of law or in the arbitration tribunal.



Article 10. Certification of Space Technology

1. Space technology, including space objects, ground and other objects of space infrastructure created for scientific and national-economy purposes, shall be checked for the compliance with the requirements establish by the legislation of Russian Federation (certification).

Equipment used in the creation and use of space technology may also be subject to certification.

2. Upon the completion of the certification procedure a certificate shall be issued to each sample of space technology .

The types, forms and terms of certificates, the terms and procedures for the issue, withholding, suspension or termination thereof, as well as other questions of certification shall be regulated by the legislation of Russian Federation.

3. The certification agencies, manufacturers of space technology and corresponding officials violating the rules of certification of space technology shall be responsible by virtue of the legislation of Russian Federation.



Article 11. Expertise on Issues of Space Activity

1. Decisions on the following issues connected with the pursuit of space activity shall be taken on the basis of expertise:

inclusion of a project into the Federal Space Program of Russia;
adoption of the Federal Space Program of Russia;
issuing of licenses for space activity;
issuing of certificates for samples of space technology as well as equipment used in the creation and use of space technology ;
categorizing space technologies as products whose export shall be banned or restricted;
review of competitions of space projects;
identification of the cause of accidents in the pursuit of space activity;
other questions as determined by Council of Ministers - the Government of Russian Federation.
2. For the purposes of expertise the Supreme Soviet of Russian Federation, Council of Ministers - the Government of Russian Federation, the Russian Space Agency or other body making a decision on issues connected with space activity shall form expert commissions from amongst specialists not concerned about the result of the expertise

3. The procedure for the formation and work of expert commissions shall be determined by the legislation of Russian Federation.

4. The conclusion of an expert commission shall not be binding on the body making a decision on issues connected with space activity.

The responsibility for such decision that does not accord with the conclusion of the expert commission shall rest with the chief executive officer of the body making the decision.

The members of the expert commission shall be responsible for the accuracy and validity of their findings





Section III. ECONOMIC CONDITIONS OF SPACE ACTIVITY



Article 12. Financing of Space Activities and Foreign Investments

1. Financing of space activity for scientific and national-economy purposes shall be executed from the republican budget of Russian Federation in accordance with the Federal Space Program of Russia and figured in the republican budget of Russian Federation as a separate item.

Financing of space activity for purposes of defence and security of Russian Federation shall be provided by the republican budget of Russian Federation as a part of defense expenditures.

2. Space activity shall be financed from the republican budget of Russian Federation in purpose-oriented manner through state customers of works in creation and use of space technology and shall be distributed between contractors in accordance with state contracts.

The state customer and the contractor shall have the right to resort to non-budget sources of financing, including their own resources, provided this does not contradict to objectives of the space project.

3. Organizations and citizens involved in the implementation of space projects shall be, according to the established procedures, granted with state guarantees, soft credits, tax exemptions and other necessary privileges.

4. Foreign investments into space activity falling within the framework of the Federal Space Program of Russia, shall be guaranteed by the budget of Russian Federation, as well as by the assets and other property of Russian Federation.

Foreign investments in space activity of organizations and citizens of Russian Federation shall be guaranteed by their assets or by their intellectual or other property.



Article 13. The Russian Space Fund

1. The Russian Space Fund shall be established with the aim to support and promote space science and industry.

2. The assets of the Russian Space Fund shall be provided by:

allocations from the republican budget of Russian Federation granted on a purpose-oriented basis as part of the financing of the Federal Space Program of Russia;
extra-budgetary funds created by state customers for works to create and use space technology ;
part of the profit received by organizations and citizens at the expense of tax exemption granted in connection with space activity;
profit resulting from the realization of space projects financed by the Russian Space Fund;
insurance payments made by organizations and citizens involved in space activity in the form of obligatory or voluntary insurance;
voluntary contributions of Russian and foreign organizations and citizens.
The order of accumulation and spending of the resources of the Russian Space Fund shall be laid down in the Statutes of the Russian Space Fund.

3. The resources of the Russian Space Fund shall be directed towards financing the Federal Space Program of Russia in coordination with the Russian Space Agency and other customers for works to create and use space technology, towards supporting space projects involving innovation and military conversion, as well as towards projects to use of the results of space activity, among others, for promoting science, education and culture.

In the distribution of the resources of the Russian Space Fund priority shall be given to ground-breaking research projects and high efficiency economic, social and other projects.

The resources of the Russian Space Fund shall also be employed to ensure risks connected with space activity and to eliminate the after-effects of accidents, that may result from such activity.

4. The Russian Space Fund shall operate in accordance with the Statutes approved by Council of Ministers - the Government of Russian Federation in coordination with the Supreme Soviet of Russian Federation



Article 14. Creation of Space Technology

1. The state order for the creation of space technology shall be formed and placed in accordance with the Federal Space Program of Russia and the long-term program and annual plans of works to create and use military space technology.

2. The works under the state order shall be carried out in accordance with the technical assignment approved by the state customer, which shall form grounds for the conclusion of the state contract between the state customer and the contractor.


3. Property rights over space technology shall be transferred to the customer from the moment of signing the acceptance certificate, unless otherwise stipulated by the relevant agreement.

The rights of organizations and citizens involved in the creation of space technology to further utilize such technology shall be specified in agreements, concluded by these organizations and citizens with the customer of the works

4. Mixed companies shall be allowed to act as contractors under the state order, provide that the share of foreign capital in their statutory fund does not exceed 49 percent.

Contractors under the state order shall be allowed to involve foreign organizations and citizens as subcontractors, and shall be responsible for fulfilment of their obligations by the latters.



Article 15. Use and Transfer of Space Technology

1. Space technology shall be allowed to be used according to its purpose, pending on its putting into exploitation.

The order of using space technology for testing and the order of its putting into exploitation shall be stipulated by the legislation of Russian Federation.

2. The use of space technology shall be effected by the proprietor of such technology or by other organizations and citizens upon agreement with the proprietor.

3. Components of space technology may belong to several organizations and citizens, unless this disrupts the operational regime of the functioning of such space technology.

Procedures for the use of space technology, components of which belong to several organizations and citizens, shall be governed by contracts between such organizations and citizens.

4. An organization exploiting space technology, which is in federal ownership shall provide, on a contractual basis, opportunities for the use of such technology by any interested organization and citizen. In concluding agreements for the use of space technology, which is in federal ownership preference shall be given to project under the Federal Space Program of Russia, and also to organizations and citizens of Russian Federation that offer more beneficial terms of such use.

5. Space technology taken out of operation may be transferred to organizations whose main line of activities is directed at using the results of space activity in purposes of education and culture. Such technology may also be sold to organizations or citizens on a contractual basis.



Article 16. Use of Space Technologies and Results of Space Activity

1. The use and transfer of space technology shall be effected with respect to the rights of intellectual property that are protected by the legislation of Russian Federation.

2. The fulfilment of the works to create space technology, including those under the state order, shall not bind the contractor to transfer technologies to the customer, unless otherwise specified by the agreement between the contractor and the customer.

3. Procedures and terms of the use of technologies developed while fulfilling the works in creation and use of space technology, legal protection of which is not stipulated by the legislation of Russian Federation, shall be established under agreements between the interested organizations and citizens.

4. The property rights over the physical product created in outer space shall belong to the organizations and citizens possessing property rights in the components of space technology , with the use of which such product has been created, unless otherwise specified by relevant agreements.

The property rights over the information product created as a result of space activity shall belong to the organizations and citizens, that have created such information product, unless otherwise specified by relevant agreements.

The property rights of other organizations and citizens participating in space activity, in particular by providing transportation and other services, shall be stipulated by relevant agreements.





Section IV. SPACE INFRASTRUCTURE



Article 17. Space Objects

1. Space objects of Russian Federation shall be subject to registration and shall have markings certifying their appurtenance to Russian Federation.

2. Russian Federation shall retain jurisdiction and control over space objects registered in it, during the ground time of such objects, at any stage of a space flight or stay in outer space, on celestial bodies and also on return to the Earth outside the jurisdiction of any state.

3. The rights of ownership over space objects shall remain unaffected, during the ground time of such objects, at any stage of a space flight or stay in outer space, on celestial bodies and also on return to the Earth, unless otherwise specified in international treaties of Russian Federation.

4. If a space object is designed and manufactured by Russian organizations and citizens jointly with foreign organizations and citizens or international organizations, the issues of the registration of such object, the jurisdiction and control thereover and also the issues of the rights of ownership thereof shall be decided on the basis of the appropriate international treaties.

5. The rights of jurisdiction and control over space objects, as well as of ownership thereof shall not affect the legal status of the area of outer space or the surface or subsoil of a celestial body occupied by it. In direct proximity to a space object of Russian Federation within the zone minimally necessary for ensuring safety of space activity, rules may be established that shall be binding for Russian and foreign organizations and citizens.



Article 18. Ground and Other Objects of Space Infrastructure

1. The ground and other objects of space infrastructure in Russian Federation shall consist of:

cosmodromes;
launching complexes and installations;
instrumentation and command complexes;
space objects flight control centers and points;
space equipment storage bases;
areas of fallout of separating parts of space objects;
space objects landing grounds and runways;
experimental base facilities for the creation of space technology ;
cosmonaut training centers and equipment;
any other ground facilities and equipment used for carrying out of space activities.
Ground and other objects of space infrastructure, including mobile, shall be considered as such to the extent that they are used for ensuring or carrying out space activity.

2. The ground and other objects of space infrastructure, which are in federal property, shall be under the authority of state organizations in charge of their operation.

The transfer of ground and other objects of space infrastructure, which are in federal property, under the authority, ownership or leaseholding of other organizations shall only be permitted in the manner specified by the legislation of Russian Federation.

3. The allotment of slots of land for ground and other objects of space infrastructure and the right-of-way zones adjacent thereto shall be made by bodies of state power and administration of relevant subjects of Russian Federation, as well as by local authorities in accordance with the legislation of Russian Federation.

The procedure and terms of use of such slots of land shall be laid down by agreements between relevant bodies of state power and administration and the organizations responsible for the operation of the ground and other objects of space infrastructure.

4. Activities involving the utilization of ground and other objects of space infrastructure by organizations and citizens of Russian Federation outside the jurisdiction of any state shall be carried out in accordance with this Law.

Such activities by organizations and citizens of Russian Federation within the territories, which are under the jurisdiction of a foreign state shall be carried out in accordance with the legislation of this state, unless it is contrary to this Law.



Article 19. Space Flight Control

1. Space flight control at all stages from the launching of a space object of Russian Federation to completion of the flight shall be exercised by the organizations in charge of the ground and other objects of space infrastructure.

2. The launch and landing of space objects of Russian Federation shall be carried out in preset area under an arrangement made with the appropriate bodies of state power and administration.

In case of accidents, including failures and crashes, while conducting space activity the landing of space objects of the Russian Federation can be made in other regions with the notice of appropriate bodies of a state authority and management.

3. Manoeuvring of space objects in the air space of the Russian Federation is executed in view of the requirements of the legislation, regulating use of the air space of the Russian Federation.

4. The space object of a foreign state can execute a single innocent flight [passage?] through the air space of the Russian Federation with the purpose to insert such an object into an orbit around the Earth or further in outer space, as well as with the purpose to return it to the Earth under the condition of advance noting of appropriate services of the Russian Federation about time, place, trajectory and other conditions of such flight.

5. The Russian Space Agency and the Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation informs about launching and landing of space objects of the Russian Federation appropriate bodies of a state authority and management of the Russian Federation, and in case of necessity - interested foreign states and international organizations as well.

In case of launching, landing or terminating of existence of space objects of the Russian Federation beyond its boundaries the appropriate services of the Russian Federation execute their functions as agreed with competent bodies of the interested foreign states.



Article 20. Cosmonauts and crews of piloted space objects

1. Citizens of the Russian Federation, who expressed desire to participate in space flights and meet the established professional and medical requirements, are selected for preparation and realization of space flights on the basis of competition.

The order and conditions of competition shall be determined by the Russian Space Agency and the Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation with the participation of other customers of works in creation and use of space technology and published in the press.

2. The order of preparation cosmonauts, of formation of crews of piloted space objects and approval of the flight program, as well as rights and responsibilities of cosmonauts, payment of their labour and other conditions of their professional activity shall be determined by the contracts pursuant to the legislation of the Russian Federation.

3. The commander of a crew of a piloted space object of the Russian Federation can be nominated a citizen of the Russian Federation.

The commander of a crew of a piloted space object of the Russian Federation shall be vested with all completeness of authority, necessary for realization of the space flight, for management of crew and other persons, participating in the flight.

The commander of a crew of a piloted space object of Russian Federation shall within the scope of his authority bear responsibility for the fulfilment of the flight program, the safety of the crew and other persons participating in the flight and the preservation of the space object and the property within it.

4. Russian Federation shall retain jurisdiction and control over any crew of a piloted space object registered in it, during the ground time of such object, at any stage of a space flight or stay in outer space, on celestial bodies, including extra-vehicular stay, and on return to the Earth, right up to the completion of the flight program, unless otherwise specified in international treaties of Russian Federation.

5. Citizens of foreign states who take a space flight training course in Russian Federation or are involved in a flight on a piloted space object of Russian Federation shall be obliged to observe the legislation of Russian Federation, unless otherwise specified in international treaties of Russian Federation



Article 21. Personnel at the Ground and Other Objects of Space Infrastructure

1. Personnel to be regarded as personnel at the ground and other objects of space infrastructure shall be specialists performing duties in the sphere of testing, storage and operation of space technology , as well as any other duties involving the provision of operational regime of the functioning of the ground and other objects of space infrastructure.

2. The functional duties of personnel at the ground and other objects of space infrastructure shall be determined by the organizations in charged of the operation thereof.

Personnel at the ground and other objects of space infrastructure shall be subject to appraisal for adequacy in the established professional standards.

3. The size of the pay and the additional material remuneration of personnel at the ground and other objects of space infrastructure shall be established by the contracts of employment concluded with the organizations using such objects.

The procedure of payment and personal equipment for personnel at the ground and other objects of space infrastructure, who are in military service shall be laid down in the appropriate legislation of Russian Federation.

4. Members of personnel at the ground and other objects of space infrastructure, whose professions are connected with hazardous or harmful conditions of work shall be given additional benefits in accordance with the legislation of Russian Federation and the conditions of the appropriate contracts.

5. Persons enlisted in the performance of space accident or disaster clean-up operations shall enjoy the same privileges as attending to the ground and other objects of space infrastructure.





Section V. SAFETY of SPACE ACTIVITY

Article 22. Ensuring Safety of Space Activity

1. Any space activity shall be carried out with the observance of the safety requirements laid down by the legislation of Russian Federation.

Overall guidance of the work to ensure the safety of space activity shall be laid down upon the Russian Space Agency and the Ministry of Defence of Russian Federation.

Carrying out the safety measures in space activity shall be laid down upon the appropriate state services, as well as upon the organizations and citizens that are engaged in carrying out such activity

The bodies of state power and administration of Russian Federation and of subjects of Russian Federation, as well as organizations and citizens shall be obliged to take all necessary measures to ensure safety of space activity.

The Russian Space Agency and the Ministry of Defence of Russian Federation upon request of interested organizations and citizens shall provide the information on the threat arising while carrying out space activity.

With origination of a threat to public safety and the environment the Russian Space Agency shall immediately inform the appropriate bodies of state power and administration, as well as organizations and citizens, about this.



Article 23. Investigation of Space Incidents

1. Incidents, including accidents and disasters, while carrying out space activity shall be subject to investigation, the procedure of which shall be set in the legislation of Russian Federation.

2. The manner of conducting and the substantiation of the results of an investigation of accidents, including accidents and disasters, may be appealed against in courts of law.



Article 24. Search-and-Rescue, Clean-up of Accidents

1. Search-and-rescue works, as well as clean-up of an accident while carrying out space activity shall be accomplished by appropriate state services with the participation of bodies of state power and administration of relevant subjects of Russian Federation, local authorities, organizations and citizens.

2. Clean-up of accidents while carrying out space activity shall consist of the restoration and reconstruction of the industrial and other plants that have suffered as a result of the accidents, necessary environmental measures and compensation for damage to relevant subjects of Russian Federation, organizations and citizens.




Article 25. Insurance of Space Activity

1. The organizations and citizens, which exploit space technology or to whose order the creation and use of space technology in scientific and national-economy purpose is carried out, shall take compulsory insurance coverage in the amount set by legislation of Russian Federation.

Compulsory insurance shall be affected against damage to the life and health of the cosmonauts and the personnel at the ground and other objects of space infrastructure, as well as against property damage to third parties.

Compulsory insurance premiums shall be transferred to the Russian Space Fund or other insurance companies which have obtained a license for the insurance of space activity, and shall be used to compensate for damage as a result of accidents while carrying out space activity on the basis of contracts of insurance with organizations and citizens carrying out such activity.

2. Organizations and citizens carrying out space activity may effect voluntary insurance of space technology , as well as risks connected with such activity.






Section VI. INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION



Article 26. International Obligations in the Field of Space Activity

1. International treaties of Russian Federation on issues of space activity shall be subject to ratification by the Supreme Soviet of Russian Federation.

2. If rules are laid down in an international treaty ratified by the Supreme Soviet of Russian Federation other than those contained in this Law and other legislative acts of Russian Federation governing space activity, the rules of the international treaty shall preempt.

3. Russian Federation shall ensure the fulfillment of the obligations it has assumed in the field of space activity, and specially under the Treaty on Principles Governing the Activity of States in the Exploration and Use of Outer Space, including the Moon and Other Celestial Bodies.

4. Russian Federation shall promote the development of international cooperation in the field of space activity, as well as the solution of international legal problems that may arise in the exploration and use of outer space.



Article 27. The Legal Regime for Foreign Organizations and Citizens

1. Foreign organizations and citizens carrying out space activity under the jurisdiction of Russian Federation shall enjoy the legal regime established for organizations and citizens of Russian Federation to the extent that such regime is provided by the appropriate state to organizations and citizens of Russian Federation.

2. The Russian Federation shall ensure the legal protection of the technologies and commercial secrets of foreign organizations and citizens carrying out space activity under the jurisdiction of Russian Federation in accordance with the legislation of Russian Federation.

Any other protection of the technologies and commercial secrets of foreign organizations and citizens carrying out space activity under the jurisdiction of Russian Federation, that may be required shall be provided on a reciprocal basis.

3. Foreign organizations and citizens engaged in carrying out space activity under the jurisdiction of Russian Federation shall effect the insurance of space technology and also risks involved in space activity in the manner specified by this Law.



Article 28. The Legal Regulation of International Cooperation

1. The organizations and citizens of Russian Federation involved in carrying international projects in the field of space activity shall conclude agreements with foreign organizations and citizens in accordance with the legislation of Russian Federation, unless otherwise specified in these agreements.

2. In case of a conflict of the rules of the legislation of Russian Federation and that of a foreign state applicable to space activity with the participation of organizations and citizens of Russian Federation, the legislation of Russian Federation shall prevail, unless otherwise specified in international treaties signed by Russian Federation.





Section VII. LIABILITY



Article 29. Responsibility of Officials, Organizations and Citizens

State bodies and their officials, other organizations and their officials, as well as citizens guilty of violation of this Law and other legislative acts governing space activity shall be held responsible in accordance with legislation of Russian Federation.



Article 30. Liability for Damage

1. Russian Federation shall guarantee full compensation for direct damage inflicted as a result of accidents while carrying out space activity in accordance with legislation of Russian Federation.

2. Compensation for damage inflicted as a result of accidents while carrying out space activity shall be paid by the organizations and citizens responsible for operation of the space technology involved.

If such damage is the result of errors committed at the creation and use of space technology, liability for damages shall be partly of fully laid upon the appropriate organizations and citizens.

3. Liability for damages inflicted by a space object of Russian Federation within the territory of Russian Federation or outside the jurisdiction of any state, except outer space, shall arise regardless of the fault of the inflictor thereof.

If in any place, apart from the Earth surface, damage has been inflicted on a space object of Russian Federation or on property on board of such object by another space object, the liability of organizations and citizens shall emerge with their being at fault and in proportion to their fault.

Should liability for damage inflicted by a space object of Russian Federation attach to several organizations and citizens, the injured party may claim for a compensation to all such organizations and citizens or to any of them.

In the latter case, the organization or the citizen that has indemnified for the damage shall have the right of recourse against the correspondents, whose liability shall be apportioned according to the degree of their fault, and if it is impossible to establish the fault - equally.

4. The liability of organizations and citizens participating in the creation and use of space technology for damage inflicted as a result of accidents while carrying out space activity shall be limited to the amount of the insured sum or insurance indemnity provided in contracts of insurance of space technology and risks involved in space activity.

If the insured sum or insurance indemnity is insufficient for compensation for the damage inflicted as a result of accidents while carrying out space activity, recourse may be taken against the property of relevant organizations and citizens in the manner specified in the legislation of Russian Federation.





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The White House

Office of the Press Secretary

For Immediate Release
August 17, 2010





Remarks by the President at DCCC Finance Event
Los Angeles, California, August 16, 2010






7:22 P.M. PDT

THE PRESIDENT: Hello, everybody. (Applause.) What a spectacular evening. Let’s just hang out. (Laughter.) We don't need to make speeches. (Laughter.)

Well, it is wonderful to see all of you. There are a lot of friends here. There are a couple of people I’ve got to make special mention of.

First of all, obviously, thanks to John and Marilyn


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To the best Speaker of the House that I can imagine working with. She has just been a fighter day in and day out. I couldn’t have a better partner in Washington than Nancy Pelosi. Please give her a big round of applause. (Applause.)

My Secretary of Labor is here, California’s own Hilda Solis. (Applause.)

Democratic Congressional Committee Chairman, a thankless job, and he is handling it with grace, Chris Van Hollen. (Applause.)

All of the members of California’s Congressional Delegation who are here, I want to just say thank you for your outstanding work.

I’m going to make mention of one person who is not yet member of the Congressional Delegation, but is going to be soon, the former Speaker of the House who is soon going to be the congresswoman from this district, Karen Bass, is here. Give Karen a big round of applause. (Applause.)

The mayor of Los Angeles, Antonio Villaraigosa, is here. (Applause.) We’re not going to let him on a bike any time soon. (Laughter.)

City Council President Eric Garcetti is here. Please give him a round of applause. (Applause.)

And there are at least -- just at least two members of Congress who are here that I just want to make special mention of: Barbara Lee because she is the chairwoman of the Congressional Black Caucus and is doing outstanding work -- (applause) -- and Howard Berman who is helping to guide us through so many difficult foreign policy challenges, and I’m so grateful to him for his leadership. Please give Howard a big round of applause. (Applause.)

So it is wonderful to be back in Los Angeles. And I look out on this crowd and I see so many friends who helped me to get to the White House.

I am reminded of Lincoln’s story. He used to tell a story about a guy who showed up at the White House. Security was a little more lax at that time. (Laughter.) He insists on seeing the President during his office hours. Says, I am the guy who got Lincoln elected. And he kept on badgering whoever was at the door. And finally Lincoln lets him in. And Lincoln says, so, sir, I understand you are responsible for me having this job. He says, that's right. And Lincoln says, I forgive you. (Laughter.)

It is obviously an extraordinary honor to be the President, and an extraordinary privilege to be the President at this moment in history. A lot of people have said to me, I just can’t imagine all the things that you’re juggling right now. We’ve got two wars, coming out of this extraordinary recession that we’ve gone through. And I say this is exactly when you want to be President. This is why I ran, because we have the opportunity to shape history for the better,
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to create an America that will serve our children, our grandchildren, our great, great grandchildren well for -- if we are taking the right steps, if we recognize this is an inflection point.

And that means it’s difficult. That means it’s contentious. And that means there’s going to be passions that are stirred up that a quieter, more stable time might not. But it’s also exactly when I’d want to be in Washington, because I think we have the opportunity to make such a difference for so many people who need that help right now. And I know Nancy feels the same way about being Speaker of the House.

Now, I want to make special mention of what Congress has done and the House of Representatives have done. When you’re President, you’ve got the bully pulpit. And when you’re President, you’ve got four years. And as a consequence, I think there are a lot of things I’m very proud of that we’ve done over the last two years. But the pressures on me are different than the pressures on some of these congressional members.

Nancy has experienced the same thing that Harry Reid has experienced on the Senate side, which is just constant, nonstop opposition on everything. There hasn’t been an item that has come up in which there has not been just uniform insistence on the other side that it was a bad idea, that it was going to wreck the country, and that we shouldn’t be doing it.

And so for people like Nancy and Chris and all the members here to have stood up again and again and again under just fierce, withering criticism and opposition, and to do so with a smile on Nancy’s face and with the grace with which she’s done it, and for the members who have taken tough vote after tough vote over the course of the last two years, because they knew it was the right thing to do even when it wasn’t the popular thing to do, that's why we’re here tonight.

That's my focus over the next several months, because when I ran for the presidency, my firm belief was if you did the right thing, then eventually that was going to be good politics. It might not be good politics in the short term, but it was going to be good politics in the long term. I believe that now, just like I believed it then. But we’ve got to make sure that all those members in the House of Representatives who believed it and took a lot of big political risks over the last two years are rewarded for it.

So I hope you understand why we’re here tonight. It’s not to take a picture with the President. You know, I’m a lot grayer now. (Laughter.) But we’re here because we want to make sure that those folks who have taken the tough votes are supported.

I want to just remind everybody, because sometimes we’ve got short memories, of where we’ve been; the journey we’ve traveled over the last 20 months. When I was sworn in, a few of you were there, it was very cold that day, in January of 2009 -- do you remember, it was cold, yes -- that same month, we lost 750,000 jobs. In the six months leading up to my inauguration, we had lost 3 million jobs. In subsequent months, we were losing 600,000; 500,000. Before any of the steps we could take were put into place, we had already seen 8 million jobs lost. The worst financial crisis since the Great Depression. The entire financial system on the verge of meltdown.

And I think it’s a good thing that we tend not to remember how worried everybody was. But people were worried. In March, when the stock market was dropping 300, 400 points, people were not sure whether or not we were going to be dipping into a Great Depression.

And so we had to take action, and we had to take action quickly. And not everything we did was popular. But we knew that if we didn’t act, if we were thinking about the next election instead of the next generation, then we were putting the country at risk.

So immediately we took steps to shore up the economy, to lift up demand, to make sure that people who were vulnerable got support, to make sure that states like California were getting enough help that they didn’t have to lay off teachers and firefighters and police officers across the board. And it worked. We were able to stabilize the economy.

But that still left all the damage that had already occurred. Eight million jobs had still been lost. And more than that, it still left undone the task that I had been running on as President, which was to create the kind of foundation for economic growth that had been missing for 10 years.

Part of what has made this recession so tough is middle-class families were struggling before the crisis hit. They were hurting before the storm struck. They had seen a decade of sluggish growth. They had seen a decade of sluggish job growth. Incomes and wages had gone down for most families when you factored in inflation, at the same time that health care and tuition were all skyrocketing.

So people felt less secure than they’d ever felt. And they kept on seeing jobs moving overseas. And they had a sense that nobody was thinking about them. And you know what? They were right. They were right.

The previous administration and the Republican Congress that had been in charge, they had a simple philosophy. They put a fancy name on it. They called it the “Ownership Society.” But when it came down to it, the philosophy was simple: We are going to cut taxes for millionaires and billionaires, folks who don't need it and weren’t even asking for it. We’re going to cut regulations and rules that provide some check on special interests. And then we’re going to cut loose ordinary folks and tell them, you’re on your own. You don't have health care? Tough luck, you’re on your own. You’re a young person and you didn't choose your parents properly -- (laughter) -- and so you’re poor. Maybe can’t afford college? Too bad, you’re on your own. You got laid off just short of retirement; you don't know what to do? Too bad, you’re on your own.

That was the reigning philosophy before this recession hit. And that's why I went to Washington -- to change that. So our job wasn’t just to make sure that we didn't go into a depression. Our job was to figure out how are we going to put this economy back on track so it works for everybody -- not just some, but for everybody.

So every kid here in California is able to say to themselves, if I work hard, if I’m studying, I’m going to be able to afford to go to college. And if I go to college, then I’m going to be able to get a job that pays me a decent wage. And if I’ve got a job, I’m going to be able to get health care and protect my family. And if I do those right things during the course of my life I’m going to be able to retire with some dignity and some respect.

That's why we went to Washington. That's why so many of you worked so hard to send me there. And so we had a tough task. We had to rescue the economy, but we also had to remind ourselves that we’ve got to put this country on a different trajectory than we’ve been on. And we went about the business of doing that, with the help of Nancy, with the help of Chris, with the help of every member of Congress here -- but with no help from the other side.

And as a consequence we have been able to deliver the most progressive legislative agenda; one that helps working families in not just one generation, maybe two, maybe three. So we were able to deliver on health care reform so that we enshrine the principle in this country, the wealthiest on Earth, that nobody should be bankrupt when they get sick. And we were able to make sure that we’ve got a financial system in which everybody follows the basic rules of the road and you don't make money by cheating people; you make money by offering them decent services.

And then we said, you know what, we’re going to make sure that college is accessible to every young person in America. And so we transformed how our student loan program works, so that millions more kids are able to get health -- able to get help on their student loans and their tuition.

Item after item after item when you look at what Nancy and the House have done in combination with Harry Reid in the Senate, what we’ve delivered is a package of changes that are going to help bolster security for middle-class families. And then we looked at the long term, and we said, look, what are we going to do about energy? And as a consequence invested -- made the biggest investments in clean energy in our history, building solar panels and wind turbines and advanced battery manufacturing plants, and biodiesel all across the country. And we said, we’re going to make the biggest investment in research and development in our history, and we did that. All designed to make sure that we are competitive in a 21st-century economy. And we did all this without any help from the other side.

Now, here’s the challenge that we’ve got. We’ve got a long way to go. People are still hurting. All across America I meet folks or I read letters that are sent to me every night: single moms who are sending out application after application and getting no response from potential employers; people who have been laid off their jobs and have been out of work for a year, year and a half, and now they’ve depleted all their savings and don't know where to turn.

And so in that environment, you can talk about saving the economy from a potential depression, and you can talk about the long-term vision that makes me so optimistic about America, but right here, right now we’ve still got a lot of work to do. And that's what makes this election so challenging.

But having said that, I am absolutely confident that we will do well in this election as long as we understand what this election is about, and that is we have a choice between the policies that got us into this mess and the policies that are getting us out of this mess. It’s a very simple choice. It’s pretty straightforward.

I’ve used this analogy before. You had a group of folks who drove the economy, drove the country, drove our car into the ditch. And so Nancy and Chris and Barbara and Howard and me, we put on our boots and walked down into the ditch -- it’s muddy, and hot, and dusty, and bugs everywhere -- (laughter) -- we’re pushing, and got our shoulders up, and we’re slipping and sliding and sweating, and the other side, the Republicans, they’re standing there with their Slurpees -- (laughter) -- watching us. “You’re not pushing fast enough!” (Laughter.) “That's not how you do it! Do it this way!” And so every once in a while we’d offer, “Why don’t you guys come down here, help us push?” “No, no, no.”

Finally we get this car to level ground. Finally we’re ready to move forward, go down that road once again of American prosperity, and what happens? They want the keys back. (Laughter.) And what this election is about is saying to them, you cannot have the keys back. You do not know how to drive. You don't know how to drive. We’re not going to let you take us in the ditch again. (Applause.)

I would make this observation. When you are driving and you want to go forward, what do you do? You put your car in D. (Laughter.) You want to go backwards? You put your car in R. (Applause.) We can’t afford to reverse back into the ditch. We’ve got to go forward. That's what this election is about. That's what this election is about. (Applause.)

Now, the Republicans don't have an affirmative agenda. They’re counting on two things. They’re counting on fear and they’re counting on amnesia. They understand the very legitimate fears that people have about the future. And so rather than offer solutions, practical solutions about how we are going to rework our energy policies so that we can deal not only with our national security challenges, not only with our economic challenges, but also create jobs right here in the United States of America, and, by the way, maybe save the planet in the process -- they don't have an answer for that; just more of the same. Same policies. Drill more. That's, I think, basically all we’ve heard from them.

When it comes to education, we haven’t heard new ideas out of them. When it comes to how we’re going to spur on innovation in research and development, they’re not talking about that. That's not what they are talking about.

When it comes to supposedly their signature issue -- if they want to do something about the big-spending Democrats, we’re going to do something about the deficit -- and you keep on asking them, okay, well, what are you going to do? Well, we’re going to cut, waste, fraud and abuse. Okay, what exactly waste, fraud and abuse are you going to cut? Well, we’ll get to that later.

They're offering fear and they're offering amnesia. They are counting on the notion that you won’t remember what happened when they were in charge.

I think the American people do remember. I think they understand exactly what happened when Republicans were in charge. And they’ve also been watching over the last several months, over the last two years.

My campaign, you’ll recall, our slogan was, “Yes, we can.” Their slogan is, “No, we can’t.” On every item. On health care, how many times, Nancy, did we reach out to them and say, you know what, we are willing to work with you to come up with some sort of cooperative way to make sure that people aren’t prohibited from getting health care because of preexisting conditions and to take seriously how we’re going to cut costs in our health care system and strengthen Medicare and make sure that people aren’t having unnecessary tests when their results could just be emailed to doctors because of electronic medical records? All kinds of ideas that we kept on offering up, and, “No, we can’t.”

On energy, we’re willing to compromise on a whole host of different issues, but we’ve got to have a strategy that starts reducing carbon because we want those clean energy jobs built here in the United States, not in China, not in Germany. (Applause.) What did they say, “No, no, we can’t.”

When the auto crisis struck, and we said we can’t afford to lose a million jobs in the Midwest in the midst of this huge downturn, and rather than just write checks to the auto companies -- which is what had been happening before our administration took over -- what we said was, we’re going to force the auto companies to restructure and hold them accountable and make sure management is producing the kinds of cars and trucks that speak to the future and not just the past. And we raised fuel efficiency standards on cars and trucks for the first time in 30 years. (Applause.)

And we said to the Republicans this represents something iconic about America, the fact that we make things right here in the United States of America. Help us. “No, we can’t.”

On issue after issue, they’ve just said no. Mitch McConnell was quoted I think last week -- maybe it was this week. He said, if we could have obstructed even more, we would have. Is that even possible? (Laughter.) How could you obstruct more?

And so that's what the choice in this election is going to be all about. Tax policy is going to be a major issue next year. The Democrats, Nancy, Chris, we want to stop giving tax breaks to companies that ship jobs overseas and give those tax breaks to companies that are creating jobs right here in the United States of America. That's common sense. (Applause.)

And we’ve got a track record. Right now we’ve got a bill pending to provide tax breaks, including the elimination of capital gains for small start-up businesses. We’ve been debating this thing how long now? Six months, a year. And these guys still aren’t going for it. The Chamber of Commerce is for it. (Laughter.) You know? Now, they usually don’t side with me on a lot of things -- although they sided with me on the Recovery Act and they’ve conveniently forgot about that.

So on issue after issue, the choice is going to be, are we moving forward or are we moving backwards. Now, I think that the American people want to move forward. I’m positive of it. And one of the things I’ve been saying as I travel around the country is, as tough as these times have been, we’ve been through tougher times. Our grandparents, our great grandparents, the parents before them, they’ve gone through Revolutionary War, Civil Wars, slavery and segregation, World War II, Great Depressions. This country has been through some tough stuff. There have been times where the naysayers and the cynics and the pessimists said, our better days are behind us. There have been times where the main currency of politics was making people afraid, trying to divide them, not offering up a way forward and a way to bring people together, but rather trying to point out who is to blame. We’ve seen that before.

But time after time, decade after decade, somehow we’ve always found it in ourselves to reach for what’s best in us. We’ve always been able to set our sights on the future. And as tough and sometimes depressing as our politics can get, in opposition to this notion that we can’t, somebody said we can.

That's the choice in this election. And if all of you who two years ago or four years ago or six years ago, if all of you remember why we worked so hard and what’s at stake, and understand that our task is not yet done, but also recognize the enormous progress that we’ve made because of the leadership of these members of Congress right here, then we’re going to do just fine. And this country is going to be just fine.

While I was taking photos, a woman came up to me. She said, thank you for health care because my child has Type 1 diabetes, couldn’t get health insurance once he graduated, and now I know that he’s going to be covered.

Today, I was in an advanced battery plant outside of Milwaukee where they are adding manufacturing jobs stamping green technology, “Made in America”. Across the country we’re seeing states suddenly reforming their education systems to make sure that we’re lifting up those who are underperforming because we know that we’ve got to have the best possible workforce to compete in the 21st century. We are making progress. We are moving forward.

And so even as the other side wants to offer fear, we’re going to offer hope. And I want to make sure everybody here understands, don't bet against the American worker. Don't bet against American businesses. Don't bet against Nancy Pelosi. (Laughter and applause.) We are going to move this country forward with your help. We’re going to move this country forward with your help, but we are going to need your help. We’re going to need your phone calls. We are going to need your knocking on doors. We need your enthusiasm. We need your spirit. We need your confidence that we can continue to make this country even better than it already is. All right?

And if everybody here is able to marshal that spirit once again, I’m absolutely positive we’re not just going to do well in this election, we’re going to do right by the next generation. (Applause.)

Thank you very much, everybody. God bless you. God bless the United States of America. (Applause.) Thank you. (Applause.)

END 7:57 P.M. PDT







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