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2012美国副总统辩论完整文本 拜登与瑞安面对面交锋

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美国民主党籍现任副总统乔・拜登与共和党副总统候选人保罗・瑞安11日晚在美国肯塔基州丹维尔中心学院举行展开唯一一场面对面交锋,辩论议题侧重外交和经济,历时90分钟。
  辩论一开始,瑞安率先拿美国驻利比亚大使丧生一事向拜登发难,批评奥巴马政府没有能够采取足够措施保护外交人员,外交政策太过“松散”。拜登指认瑞安“一派胡言”,但承认政府受到情报机构“误导”。
  谈及伊朗核计划,瑞安认定,奥巴马政府没有能够有效阻止伊朗获取核武器的步伐,让事态变得危急。拜登反驳,坚称伊朗距离获取核武器仍有“相当长一段距离”。
  拜登追问瑞安,奥巴马政府对伊朗施加严厉制裁,而且制裁正发挥效用,“你打算陷入战争吗?那是你现在想要的吗?”
  激辩经济
  结束在外交领域的“缠斗”,两人把话题转向就业、税收、医疗改革等话题。
  拜登为奥巴马政府经济政策辩护。他说,美国经济在奥巴马上任之初出现“自由落体”式下滑;经济下滑期间,900万美国人失业,中产阶级财富流失严重。正是奥巴马政府出台的经济刺激措施成功挽救濒临破产的汽车企业,促使美国私营部门增加超过500万个就业岗位。
  瑞安批评奥巴马政府的经济政策走错方向,强调共和党总统候选人罗姆尼所提出的发展能源产业和加强民众技能培训等5点计划有助增加就业和经济增长。
  拜登说,瑞安和罗姆尼有意推行减税政策的同时避免推高财政赤字,这种想法“在数学层面不可能”实现。瑞安辩称,共和党候选人的减税政策预计可以创造700万个就业岗位,刺激经济增长。
  奥巴马力挺拜登
  奥巴马当天在结束竞选活动、乘“空军一号”总统专机返程途中收看副总统候选人辩论。飞机降落后,他接受记者采访,称赞搭档的表现。本月3日首场总统候选人辩论中,奥巴马表现欠佳,所获民意支持率被罗姆尼迎头赶上。一些政治分析师说,第二场“奥罗辩”到来前,拜登的表现能否为奥巴马扭转劣势、保持后者在“摇摆州”的民调优势还有待观察。
The following is a transcript of the vice presidential debate between Vice President Joe Biden and Rep. Paul Ryan in Danville, Kentucky on Oct. 11, 2012.

SPEAKERS: VICE PRESIDENT JOSEPH R. BIDEN JR.

REP. PAUL D. RYAN, R-WIS.

MARTHA RADDATZ, MODERATOR

RADDATZ: Good evening, and welcome to the first and only vice presidential debate of 2012, sponsored by the Commission on Presidential Debates. I'm Martha Raddatz of ABC News, and I am honored to moderate this debate between two men who have dedicated much of their lives to public service.

Tonight's debate is divided between domestic and foreign policy issues. And I'm going to move back and forth between foreign and domestic, since that is what a vice president or president would have to do. We will have nine different segments. At the beginning of each segment, I will ask both candidates a question, and they will each have two minutes to answer. Then I will encourage a discussion between the candidates with follow-up questions.

By coin toss, it has been determined that Vice President Biden will be first to answer the opening question. We have a wonderful audience here at Centre College tonight. You will no doubt hear their enthusiasm at the end of the debate -- and right now, as we welcome Vice President Joe Biden and Congressman Paul Ryan.

(APPLAUSE)

OK, you got your little wave to the families in. It's great. Good evening, gentlemen. It really is an honor to be here with both of you.

I would like to begin with Libya. On a rather somber note, one month ago tonight, on the anniversary of 9/11, Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other brave Americans were killed in a terrorist attack in Benghazi. The State Department has now made clear, there were no protesters there.

RADDATZ: it was a pre-planned assault by heavily armed men. Wasn't this a massive intelligence failure, Vice President Biden?

BIDEN: What is was, it was a tragedy, Martha. It -- Chris Stevens was one of our best. We lost three other brave Americans.

I can make absolutely two commitments to you and all the American people tonight. One, we will find and bring to justice the men who did this. And secondly, we will get to the bottom of it, and whatever -- wherever the facts lead us, wherever they lead us, we will make clear to the American public, because whatever mistakes were made will not be made again.

When you're looking at a president, Martha, it seems to me that you should take a look at his most important responsibility. That's caring for the national security of the country. And the best way to do that is take a look at how he's handled the issues of the day.

On Iraq, the president said he would end the war. Governor Romney said that was a tragic mistake, we should have left 30,000 -- he ended it. Governor Romney said that was a tragic mistake, we should have left 30,000 troops there.

With regard to Afghanistan, he said he will end the war in 2014. Governor Romney said we should not set a date, number one. And number two, with regard to 2014, it depends.

When it came to Osama bin Laden, the president the first day in office, I was sitting with him in the Oval Office, he called in the CIA and signed an order saying, "My highest priority is to get bin Laden."

Prior to the election, prior to the -- him being sworn in, Governor Romney was asked the question about how he would proceed. He said, "I wouldn't move heaven and earth to get bin Laden." He didn't understand it was more than about taking a murderer off the battlefield. It was about restoring America's heart and letting terrorists around the world know, if you do harm to America, we will track you to the gates of hell if need be.

And lastly, the president of the United States has -- has led with a steady hand and clear vision. Governor Romney, the opposite. The last thing we need now is another war.

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