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作者: whatever-Ethan    时间: 2010-4-1 23:03     标题: 【整理】2010-04-02 NPR Audio News (整理稿有修正)

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President Barack Obama is headed to Portland Maine today. He is continuing his campaign to explain the benefits of newly enacted healthcare overhaul. Johnsy Huang of Maine Public Radio reports thousands of people have reserved spots at the event to lend support.

Niko Furnod waited eight hours in the cold drizzle for a ticket to the president’s rally. She said she’s hopeful the passage of healthcare legislation will make coverage more affordable for someone like her. “
I don’t have insurance, I don’t work full time, I can’t afford to because I’m a full-time college student. So I think from what I know that it’s gonna be a good thing.”

But
taxpayer rights activists who see the legislation as a costly government takeover of healthcare, say they planned to hold protest before President Obama’s speech. Still other activists say they will be there to urge the president to move on to immigration issues. Now that he’s had his healthcare win, after a stop in Portland, the president will head to Boston for a Democratic national committee fundraiser.

 

enact: When a government or authority enacts a proposal, they make it into a law. 制定法律

 

fundraiser: A fundraiser is an event which is intended to raise money for a particular purpose, for example, for a charity. 资金筹集活动




作者: kongzhe_607    时间: 2010-4-1 23:33

[HOMEWORK] 2010-04-02 NPR Audio News -- NPR Hourly News Broadcast

President Barack Obama is headed to Portland Maine today. He is continuing his complain to explain the benefits of newly annexed healthcare overhaul. Johnsy Huang of Maine Public Radio reports thousands of people have reserved spots of the event land support.

Niko Furnod waited eight hours in the cold drizzle free ticket to the president’s rally. She said she’s hopeful the passage of healthcare legislation all may coverage more affordable someone like her. “I don’t have insurance, I don’t work full time, I can’t afford to become a full-time college student. So I think full of I know that is gonna be a good thing.”

But tax payer Ritz activist who see the legislation as a costly government takeover healthcare say they plann to hold protests before President Obama’s speech. Still other activists say they will be there to urge the president to move on to immigration issues. Now that he’s had his healthcare win, after a start in Portland, the president will head to Boston for a Democrat national committee fundraiser.
作者: ellen88924    时间: 2010-4-2 08:13

President Obama is head to Portland Maine today, he is continuing his campaign to explain the benefits of newly elected health care overhaul, Zhou Xihuang of main public radio reports thousands of people have reserved the spots of eventually support.
M Furnal waited 8 hours and they hold dresal for a ticket to president’s rally, she says she is hopeful the passage of the health care legislation, or may coverage more affordable for someone like her.

I don’t have insurance, I don’t work full time, I can’t afford to it because I’m a full time college student, so I think from what I know, that it’s kind of be a good thing.

But tax bill rights after who said the legislation as they costly, government take over health care, say they plan to hold protests before president Obama’s speech, still other activists say they will be there to urge the president to move on to immigration issues, now he has had his health care win.


After stopping Portland, president will ahead to Boston for a democratic national committee fund raiser.


作者: tony22xx    时间: 2010-4-2 08:19

homework
President Obama is headed to Portland Maine today .He is continuing his campaign to explain the benefits of newly enacted health-care overhaul.Jersy Huang of Maine Public Radio reports thousands of have reserve spots at the event land support.
Nicole Forna waited eight hours in the court dressor for a ticket to the president's rally. She says she's hoped for the passage of the health-care legislation or make covage more affordable for someone like her."I don't have interns,I don't look for time I can afford to because I afford my collage .So I think what I know was that it come to be a good thing."
But taxpayer rights activists who see the legislation as a costly government takeover of health-care say they plan to hold protest before President Obama speech. Still other activists say they will be there to urge the president to move on to immigration issues now that he's had his heath-care win. After his stop in Portland, the president will head to Boston for a democratic national committee fund raiser.  


作者: lovingschumi    时间: 2010-4-2 08:57

Homework

President Barack Obama is headed to Portland Maine today. He is continuing his campaign to explain the benefits of newly enacted healthcare overhaul. * of Maine Public Radio reports thousands of people have reserved spots of the event land support.

* waited eight hours in the cold drizzle free ticket to the president’s rally. She said she’s hopeful the passage of healthcare legislation all may coverage more affordable for someone like her.

“I don’t have insurance, I don’t work full time. I can’t afford to because I’m a full-time college student. So I think full of I know that is gonna be a good thing.”

But tax payer * activist who see the legislation as a costly government takeover healthcare say they planned to hold protests before President Obama’s speech. Still other activists say they will be there to urge the president to move on to immigration issues. Now that he’s had his healthcare win, after a stop in Portland, the president will head to Boston for a Democrat national committee fund raiser.
作者: lyaiwxs    时间: 2010-4-2 09:05     标题: [Homework]2010-04-02 NPR Audio News

President Obama is head to Portland Maine today, he is continuing his campaign to explain the benefits of newly activated healthcare overhaul, Johns Huang of Maine Public Radio reports thousands of people have reserved spots of the event land support.
Nicole Freund waited 8 hours in the cold drizzle free ticket to the president’s rally. She said she is hopeful the passages of Healthcare legislation or may coverage more affordable for someone like her.
I don’t have insurance, I don’t work full time, I can’t afford to it because I’m a full time college student, so I think from what I know, that it’s gonna be a good thing.
But tax payer Ritz activist who see the legislation as a costly government takeover healthcare say they plan to hold protests before president Obama’s speech. Still other activists say they will be there to urge the president to move on to immigration issues, now that he has he’s healthcare win. After a stop in Portland, the president will head to Boston for a democrat national committee fundraiser.

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作者: whlxy2002    时间: 2010-4-2 11:00

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President Obama is ahead to * today. He is continuing his campaign to enplain the benefits of newly elected health care over whole. Zhou Chihuang of Main Public Radio reports thousands of people have reserved sports * support.

* waited eight hours * free ticket to the president’s rely. She said she hope for the passage of health care legislation will make coverage more affordable for someone like her.

I do not have insurance, I don’t work full time, I can’t afford tour, because I am a full-time college student. I think what I know that it’s gonna be a good thing.

But tax pay activists who see the legislation as a costly government take over health care, say they plan the whole protests before the President Obama speech. Still other activists say they will be there to urge the president to move on to immigration issues. Now he has had health care won.

After a stopping in * the president will ahead to * for a democratic national committee.
作者: 011weijian    时间: 2010-4-2 13:58

on kongzhe_607
President Barack Obama is headed to Portland Maine today. He is continuing his campaign to explain the benefits of newly enacted healthcare overhaul. Johnsy Huang of Maine Public Radio reports thousands of people have reserved spots of the event land support.

Niko Furnod waited eight hours in the cold drizzle free ticket to the president’s rally. She said she’s hopeful the passage of healthcare legislation will make coverage more affordable for someone like her. “I don’t have insurance, I don’t work full time, I can’t afford to become a full-time college student. So I think what I know that is gonna be a good thing.”


But tax payer Ritz activist who see the legislation as a costly government takeover healthcare say they planned to hold protest before President Obama’s speech. Still other activists say they will be there to urge the president to move on to immigration issues. Now that he’s had his healthcare win, after a start in Portland, the president will head to Boston for a Democrat national committee fundraiser.
作者: lifanhua    时间: 2010-4-2 14:00

HW


President Obama is headed to Portland Maine today. He is continuing his campaign to explain the benefits of newly elected healthcare overhaul.

Josie Huang of Maine Public Radio reports thousands of people have reserved ** of ** lend support.

Nicole F** waited eight hours in ** for a ticket to the president’s rally. She said she’s hopeful the passage of healthcare legislation or may cover more affordable for someone like her.

[Nicole F]”I don’t have insurance. I don’t work fulltime. I can’t afford to a fulltime college. So I think what I know that’s gona be good thing. But tax paier ** who see the legislation as a costly government take over healthcare say they plan to hold protest before president Obama’s speech.

Still other activists say they will be there to urge the president to move on to immigration issues now that he has had healthcare won.

After a stop in Portland, president will head to Boston for a Democratic National Committee final razer.

作者: englishliu    时间: 2010-4-2 14:13     标题: [Homework]2010-04-02 NPR Audio News

President Obama is headed to Portland,Maine today.He's continuing his campaign to explain the benefits of newly and acted health care overall.Those of main public radio reports thousands of people have reserved part of the metallen support.
* waited eight hours the cold gersle free ticket to the president rally.She said she's hope for the passage of health care legislation,or may coverage more furthermore for someone like her.


I don't have insurance.I don't work full times.I can't afford to because full times college student.So I think what I know that could be a good thing .

But tax peerless that to be base who see the legislation as a costly government take over health care.See they planed hold protest before president Obama's speech.Still other act may say they will there to urged the president to move on to immigration issues.Now the hiss had this health care win.After stop in Portland,the president would had the Boston for a democratical committee find reserve.


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作者: GabriellaVivid    时间: 2010-4-2 14:27

Homework

President Obama is headed to Portland Maine today.He's continuing his campaign to explain the benefits of newly enacted health care overhaul.Joseph Hwang of Maine Public Radio reports thousands of people have reserved spots of the event land support.

Nicole Fernald waited eight hours in the cold drizzle free ticket to the president's rally.She said she's hopeful the passage of the health care legislation,or may coverage more affordable for someone like her.

"I don't have insurance.I don't work full time.I cannot afford to because I'm a full-time college student.So I think from what I know that it's gonna be a good thing."

But taxpayer rights activists who see the legislation as a costly government take-over health care say they planed to hold protests before president Obama's speech.Still other activists say they will be there to urge the president to move on to immigration issues.Now that he's had his health care win.After a stop in Portland,the president will head to Boston for a democratic national committee fund raiser.
作者: wdbchp    时间: 2010-4-2 20:49     标题: [Homework]2010-04-02 NPR Audio News

President Barack Obama is headed to Portland Maine today. He is continuing his complain to explain the benefits of newly annexed healthcare overhaul. Josy Huang of Maine Public Radio reports thousands of people have reserved spots of the event land support.

Niko Furnod waited eight hours in the cold drizzle free ticket to the president’s rally. She said she’s hopeful the passage of healthcare legislation all may coverage more affordable someone like her. “I don’t have insurance, I don’t work full time, I can’t afford to become a full-time college student. So I think to what I know that is gonna be a good thing.”

But tax payer Ritz activist who see the legislation as a costly government takeover healthcare say they plan to hold protests before President Obama’s speech. Still other activists say they will be there to urge the president to move on to immigration issues. Now that he’s had his healthcare win, after a stop in Portland, the president will head to Boston for a Democrat national committee fundraiser.

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作者: kelaine    时间: 2010-4-2 20:51

President Obama is ahead to Portland Miane today .He is continuing his compaign to explain the benefits of newly elected health care overall.

Zhou Xi Huang of main public radio reports thousands of people have reserved the spots ....support .The ...waited 8 hours in dizzle for a ticket to the president rally .He said she is hoping gor the passage of health care legislation or make coverage of affordable for some one like her :I don't have insurance ,I don't work for times ,I can't afford to because I am a college student .So ,I think what I knew that's gotta be a good things .

But tax bill rights after who said the legislation as they costly ,government take over health care ,say they plan to hold protests before president Obama's speech .Still other actirists say they will be there to urged the president to move on to immigration issues .Now that he had his health care win after stopping Porland the president will head to Posten for a demecratic national committe found rasier.
作者: florea_xf    时间: 2010-4-2 21:59

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President Obama has headed to Portland Maine today. He is continuing his campaign to explain the benefits of newly enacted healthcare overhaul. Johnsy Huang of Maine Public Radio reports thousands of people have reserved spots of the event land support.

Niko Furnod waited eight hours in the cold drizzle for a ticket to the president’s rally. She said she’s hopeful the passage of healthcare legislation will make coverage more affordable for someone like her. “I don’t have insurance, I don’t work full-time, I can’t afford to because I am a full-time college student. So I think what I know that is gonna be a good thing.”

But tax-payer-rights activists who see the legislation as a costly government takeover healthcare say they plan to hold protests before President Obama’s speech. Still other activists say they will be there to urge the president to move on to immigration issues. Now that he’s had his healthcare win, after a stop in Portland, the president will head to Boston for a Democrat national committee fundraiser.
作者: 2442kelsi    时间: 2010-4-2 22:15     标题: [Homework]2010-04-02 NPR Audio News

HW
President Obama is head to Portland Maine today,he is continuing his campaign to explain the benefits of newly elected healthcare overhaul.Jusive Wang of main republic radio reports thousands of people have reserved spots of the event and support.
Nicole Fernel waited 8 hours in the cold drizzle free ticket to the president's rally,she said she is hope for the passage of healthcare legislation or may coverage more affordable for someone like her.I don't have insurance,I don't work fulltime,I can't afford to because I'm a full time college student,so I think what I know that is gonna be a good thing.
But tax payer Rize activist who see the legislation as a costly government takeover healthcare,say they plan to hold protest before President Obama's speech.Still other activists say they will be there to urge the president to move on to immigration issues,now that he said his healthcare win,after a stop in Portland,the president were head to Bosten for a democratic national committee fundraiser.

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作者: bumhdm    时间: 2010-4-2 22:21

Homework

President Obama is headed to Portland Maine today.He's continuing his campaign to explain the benefits of newly enacted health care overhaul.Joseph Hwang of Maine Public Radio reports thousands of people have reserved spots of the event land support.

Nicole Fernald waited eight hours in the cold drizzle free ticket to the president's rally.She said she's hopeful the passage of the health care legislation,or may coverage more affordable for someone like her.

"I don't have insurance.I don't work full time.I cannot afford to because I'm a full-time college student.So I think from what I know that it's gonna be a good thing."

But taxpayer rights activists who see the legislation as a costly government take-over health care say they planed to hold protests before president Obama's speech.Still other activists say they will be there to urge the president to move on to immigration issues.Now that he's had his health care win.After a stop in Portland,the president will head to Boston for a democratic national committee fund raiser.
作者: fanny2761    时间: 2010-4-3 14:00     标题: [Homework]2010-04-02 NPR Audio News

President Obama is headed to Portland Maine today.He is continuing his campaign to explain the benefits of newly elected healthcare overhaul .Jocy Huang of Maine public radio reports thousands of people have reserved spots of the evental land support.
Nico Furnal waited 8 hours in the cold drizzle for a ticket get the president's rally .She says she is hopeful the passage of healthcare leigislation will make coverage more affordable for some one like her.
I don't have an inssurance,I don't work full time.I can't afford to because of full time collage then,so I think from what I know that it's gonna to be a good thing.
But tax payer raids acctivist up who see the leigislation as s coatly government take over healthcare,say they plan to hold protests before President Obama's speeh.Still,other activists say they will be there to urge the president to move on to immigration issues.
Now that he is had his healthcare win.After a stop in Portland,the President will head to Boston for a democratic national committee fund raiser.

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作者: lovingschumi    时间: 2010-4-3 14:02

homework

It came closer on February, but March is the first month in a long time the jobs were actually added to the economy. 162,000 jobs were added in the month of March while the unemployment rate held steady at 9.7%.

After two years of job losses, it appears that March is the turning point. But does a one month's upswing mean a permanent turn around for the nearly 16 million seeking work? Not necessarily!

“I think a numbers over the next two or three months are going to be temporarily inflated by the hiring of all people to follow up with the census form.”

In fact, the Census Bureau has started to hire that more than one million temporary workers they will need this year to complete the once in a decade headcount of the US population. But those jobs are expected to start fading by the summer.

Still there are indications that the economy is recovering. A new report shows the manufacturing grew at its fastest pace since 2004. IT, accounting and retail factors are also saying a comeback.
作者: 白衣人    时间: 2010-4-3 14:37

HW
President Barack Obama is headed to Portland Maine today. He is continuing his complain to explain the benefits of newly enacted health care overhaul. Josy Huang of Maine Public Radio reports thousands of people have reserved spots of the event to lend support.
Niko Furnald waited eight hours in the cold drizzle for a ticket to the president’s rally. She said she’s hopeful the passage of health care legislation will make coverage more affordable for someone like her.
“I don’t have insurance, I don’t work full time, I can’t afford to become a full-time college student. So I think from what I know that is gonna be a good thing.”
But tax payer rights activists who see the legislation as a costly government takeover health care say they plan to hold protests before President Obama’s speech. Still other activists say they will be there to urge the president to move on to immigration issues, now that he’s had his healthcare win.
After a stop in Portland, the president will head to Boston for a Democrat National Committee fundraiser.
作者: max007    时间: 2010-4-3 22:10

Homework

President Obama is headed to Portland, Maine today, he is continuing his campaign to explain the benefits of newly elected healthcare overhaul. Jessiy Hua, a Main Republic Radio reports thousands of people have reserved spots that the event land support. Nicole Furnal waited eight hours in court drill for a ticket to the president rally. She says she is hopeful the passage of health care legislation will make coverage more affordable for someone like her.
I don’t have in charge, I don’t work full time, I can’t afford to it, because I’m a full time college students, so I think from now on that come as a good thing.

But tax payer ** activist who see the legislation as a costly government takeover healthcare, say they plan to hold protest before President Obama speech. Still other activists say they will be there to urge the president to move onto immigration issues, now that he had a health care win. After a stopping in Portland, the president will head to Boston for a Democrats National Committee fundraiser.
作者: 403605143    时间: 2010-4-3 22:59     标题: [Homework]2010-04-02 NPR Audio News

President Obama is headed to Porland Maine today.He is contiuning his campaion to explain the benifits of newly enacted event healthcare overhaul.JSH of Maine public radio reports thousands of people have resvered events the spots eventually support.NF waited 8 hours in cool drizzle for free ticket to president rally. She said she is hopeful the passage of healthcare  legislation or make a coverage more affordable for someone like her.I dont have insurance, I dont work for time , I cant afford to because I am full time college student. So I think full I know that is gonna be a good thing. But tax payers activists who see the legislation as a costly government takeover healthcare asy they plan a hold protest before president Obame speech. Still other activists say they will be there to urge the president to move on to a immigration issues now that he has had his healthcare won. After a stop  in Porland ,the president will head to boston for a decormacat national committee fund raiser .
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作者: 飞扬Joan    时间: 2010-4-3 23:14     标题: [Homework]2010-04-02 NPR Audio News

Homework
President Obama is head to  Portland Maine today,he is continuing his campaign to explain the benefits of newly elected Health Care overhaul.Jusive Wang of Main Public radio reports thousands of people have reserved spots of the event and support.
Nicole Fernel waited 8 hours in the cold drizzle free ticket to the president's rally,she says she's hope for the passage of Health Care legislation or may coverage more affordable for someone like her.I don't have insurance,I don't work full time,I can't afford to because I'm a full time College student,so I think what I know that is gonna to be a good thing.
But tax payer Rize activist who see the legislation as a costly government takeover health care,say they plan to hold protest before President Obama's speech.
Still other activists say they will be there to urge the president to move on to  immigration issues,now that he's held his health care win, after a stop in Portland,the president were held to Bosten for a democratic national committee fundraiser.

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作者: whatever-Ethan    时间: 2010-4-4 23:33     标题: on 011weijian

President Barack Obama is heading to Portland Maine today. He is continuing his campaign to explain the benefits of newly enacted healthcare overhaul. Johnsy Huang of Maine Public Radio reports thousands of people have reserved spots at the event of land to support.

Niko Furnod waited eight hours in the cold drizzle
for a ticket to the president’s rally. She said she’s hopeful the passage of healthcare legislation will make coverage more affordable for someone like her. “I don’t have insurance, I don’t work full time, I can’t afford to because I’m a full-time college student. So I think from what I know that it’s gonna be a good thing.”

But
tax payer Ritz activists who see the legislation as a costly government takeover of healthcare, say they planned to hold protest before President Obama’s speech. Still other activists say they will be there to urge the president to move on to immigration issues. Now that he’s had his healthcare win, after a stop in Portland, the president will head to Boston for a Democrat national committee fundraiser.


作者: Mickey_lee    时间: 2010-4-5 02:07     标题: on 整理

本帖最后由 Mickey_lee 于 2010-4-5 02:11 编辑

President Barack Obama is heading to Portland Maine today. He is continuing his campaign to explain the benefits of newly enacted healthcare overhaul. Johnsy Huang of Maine Public Radio reports thousands of people have reserved spots at the event to land support.

Niko Furnod waited eight hours in the cold drizzle for a ticket to the president’s rally. She said she’s hopeful the passage of healthcare legislation will make coverage more affordable for someone like her. “I don’t have insurance, I don’t work full time, I can’t afford to because I’m a full-time college student. So I think from what I know that it’s gonna be a good thing.”

But
taxpayer rights activists who see the legislation as a costly government takeover of healthcare, say they planned to hold protest before President Obama’s speech. Still other activists say they will be there to urge the president to move on to immigration issues. Now that he’s had his healthcare win, after a stop in Portland, the president will head to Boston for a Democratic national committee fundraiser.
作者: lllabigale    时间: 2010-4-10 09:24     标题: [Homework]【整理】2010-04-02 NPR Audio News (整理稿有修正)

President Obama is head to put the main today.He is continuing his campaign to explain the benefits of newly elected healthcare overall.Those he point of main public radio with which thousands of people have reserves sparks of the eventual sport.
Call phonal waited eight hours and call jazol free ticket to the Presidents rally.She said she is hopeful the passage of healthcare legislation.All main coverage more affordable for someone like her.I don't have insurance,I don't work for time,I can't afford to you,because I'm a full-time college student.So I think what I know that is gonna be a good thing.
But Taxpayer raise up activist who say the legislation as a costly government take-over pound care.They plan to hold protest before President Obama's speech.Still,other activists say they will be there to urge to move onto immigration issues.Now that- his head,his healthcare win.After have been stopped important,the president will head to Boston for his democratic national committee fund raiser.

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作者: weng0215    时间: 2010-4-15 15:18

绝对是be headed to,不好意思我一直都是写本子上的。
作者: weng0215    时间: 2010-4-15 15:31

还有应该是to lend support吧
作者: oppo9981    时间: 2010-4-18 19:33

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President Obama is headed to Proland maine today, his contiuing his
campaige to explain the benifits of newly enacted healthcare overhaul.
Johnsy Huang of  Maine public radio reports thousands of people have
reserved spots of the event land support.

Niko furnod waited eigth hours in the cold drizzle for a ticket to
the president's rally. She said she's hopeful insurance, I don't
work full-time, I can't afford to because I am a full-time college
. So I think what I know that is gonna be a good thing.


but tax-play-rights activists who see the legislation as a costly
government takeover healthcare say they pal to hold pretest before
president Obama's speech. Still other activists say they will be
there to urge the president to move on to immigration issues. now
that he's had his healthcare win, after a stop in portland, the
president will head to Boston for democratic national committee
fundraiser.
作者: smjl    时间: 2010-6-7 13:31     标题: [Homework]【整理】2010-04-02 NPR Audio News (整理稿有修正)

President Barack Obama is heading to Portland Maine today.He's continuing his campaign to explain the benefits of newly enacted healthcare overhaul. Johnsy Huang of Maine Public Radio reports thousands of people have reserved spots at the event to land support.
Niko Furnod waited eight hours in the cold drizzle for a ticket to the president's rally.She said she's hopeful the passage of healthcare legislation will make coverage more affordable for someone like her. I don't have insurance. I don't work full time, I can't afford to because I'm a full-time college student. So I think from what I know that it's gonna be a good thing.
But taxpayer rights activists who see the legislation as a costly government takeover of healthcare, say they plan to hold protest before President Obama's speech.Still other activists say they will be there to urge the president to move on to immigration issues now that he's had his healthcare win. After a stop in Portland, the president will head to Boston for a Democratic national committee fundraiser.
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作者: lai20042007    时间: 2010-6-7 20:24     标题: [Homework]【整理】2010-04-02 NPR Audio News (整理稿有修正)

President Obama is heading to Portland Maine today. He is continue his compaign to explain the benefits of newly enacted healthcare overhaul. ** has main public radio report thousands of people have reserved spot at the event to land support.
Niko Furnod waited eight hours in the cold drizzle for a ticket to the President`s rally. She says she hope passage of healthcare legislation will may covering more football for someone like her.
I donot have insurance, I donot want work full time, I cannot afford it because i am full-time college student. So I think from what I know that come to be a good thing.
But taxpayer rights activists who see the legislation as costly government takeover healthcare say they plan the whole protest before President`s speech. Still other activists say there will be there to urge President to move on to immigration issues. Now she say the healthcare win. After stopping Portland the President will have to boss them for democratic national committe

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