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  • we put our reliance upon freedom upon the free enterprise system.

  • We reject, therefore, the ideas of the economic planners in Washington that a group of people sitting and watching you can plan what the country is going to make words to be made.

  • The quality of the product, the price of the product, the wages to be paid for profit to be made.

  • It set it set.

  • We know that this system, which in simpler terms is called socialism, has never worked in the history of the Earth as it is not working today in countries where it's been trying.

  • I've never seen so many frustrated people.

  • If we have around Washington, they're frustrated, mostly because they have any faith in the American system.

  • They've lost confidence in the Constitution.

  • They've lost confidence in the fact that a strong nation has to be strong, has to show its strength, has to let its enemies know what they're going to do.

  • Here's his younger daughter, Peggy, and his younger son, Mike.

  • It's because he's a devoted family man that Barry Goldwater entered the presidential race because he believes so strongly in a free America because he's dedicated to preserving the peace for all American family wherever he goes.

  • He speaks out clearly and forcefully on the issues, answers questions and explains exactly where he stands on domestic and foreign policy.

  • Everywhere the people are responding toe.

  • They like his call for sanity and government for fiscal responsibility.

  • They like his call for a return to basic principles.

  • Very, Goldwater urges you to take a fresh look at American policy at home and abroad for an American victory in 1964 vote for Barry Goldwater here in Charleston, New Hampshire, he speaks on Social Security.

  • Social Security is a contract between the federal government and you and I say you, it's all of the American people who pay Social Security.

  • I don't believe in breaking contracts, and neither does the government.

  • And I have never at any time advocating doing away with Social Security.

  • Now what I am concerned about on, and I I wish there were more of us in the Senate like Norris Cotton and myself who to worry about This is the fact that you all of us paying our money and paying our dollars into Social Security when we get to get to the age to get it back.

  • We're not going to get our dollar back now that the dollar today as reduced in value over 50% from what it was a mere 20 years ago.

  • Yet we're going to see a greater decrease with more and more inflation.

  • No, I don't believe in inflation, and I don't think we need to have unusual inflation in this country.

  • We do in any monetary system, have almost what you might call a built in inflation year by year by year, but to invite inflation by the constant deficit spending that we're doing.

  • This is what I'm trying to talk about in Social Security.

  • I'm trying to get the older people and the younger people to realize that if this kind of wasteful expenditure continues in our government, that when it comes time for them to get their Social Security, they're not going to do too well.

  • And I don't think you have to go further than to ask the recipient today of Social Security if they're living very high off the whole and they're not.

  • I remember when I first went to work, I read an ad in a magazine that's long since out of business, retire on 100 and $25 a month, and they had a picture man and his wife sitting under a palm tree or orange tree and Florida.

  • So I bought one.

  • It's all paid up.

  • When I get to be 65 I can retire on 125 a month.

  • Double is that won't even buy an orange tree on.

  • This is my concern.

  • And I'm glad you asked the question, because I'm getting a little tired of hearing people from other states come into New Hampshire and try to explain my position on Social Security when that person's own stand on federal expenditures, as evidenced by his desire for federal aid, to education, for federal aid, to everything going to man, including Medicare, would cause more inflation and would cause the dollar to be worth less and less as the time goes on.

  • And now we hear center to go run on foreign policy.

  • Why is NATO crumbling?

  • Why are allies now willing to do business with our enemies?

  • We are the reason because we have not had a firm, understandable foreign policy in America since the Eisenhower Dulles Days, and we're drifting today further and further away from those days of strength that sauce preeminent in the world and my chief interest.

  • One of my chief interest, I should say in seeking the presidency is to put to work the lessons that I've learned from history, the lessons that I've learned from serving with men who understand firmness, who understand the the proper use of economic, political, of psychological and military power in this world.

  • And if I've given this chance, I think that we can restore to the United States its place in the land of dignity, that we've lost its place in the land of respect that we've lost here in New Hampshire.

  • He speaks out on the serious threat of international communism in our western atmosphere and what America should do about it.

  • Was it reckless to send an entire fleet out to protect ourselves during the missile crisis?

  • I don't think it waas.

  • I don't think you think so, either.

  • And I don't think that Americans we have the best interests of their country at heart.

  • I think it would be reckless to show our strength again to Castro and his Communist friends.

  • Now, ladies and gentlemen, we are not talking about starting a war.

  • We are talking about stopping the decay of American prestige and power.

  • We still have ground to air missiles in Cuba.

  • It's admitted by everybody in the C I.

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  • It's admitted by intelligence officers all over the hill.

  • Who should we be trying to impress in this Cold World War?

  • The way I see it, some politicians are four more interested in trying to make our own voters forget about problems that in trying to make our enemies remember that we are a great nation and that we are determined to remain a free one.

  • The people of New England, let me suggest, don't have to be sweet talk in these matters.

  • They know that the price of freedom comes high, and they've always been willing to pay it, because this great country of ours the richest country in the world, the strongest country in the world, cannot afford to have its prestige and its dignity and its honor downgraded by every little cheap Communist dictator in this world and allow them to get away with it.

  • Peggy and I have four Children and we have four grandchildren, and I don't want to see this country reached the point at the only escape other than surrender to slavery is a war.

  • I think, with proper guidance, I think was sensible guidance with courage, not cowardice with firmness, not weakness, that we can contribute to the peace that will keep these Children and grandchildren at peace and comfort during their lives.

  • And now the people of New Hampshire speak out for Senator Barry Goldwater.

  • Well, I think Mr Goldwater is the man that we need.

  • I think this country has, uh, uh, gone away from the principles on which it was founded.

  • And I think he's a man that will bring us back two days of free enterprise.

  • And the vigor and youth of this country had in the enthusiasm that the people had.

  • As far as I'm concerned, he's the only man that should be president because he is the only man who stands for something through reading his books.

  • By reading his book, I got to know the men enter politician and I came to the conclusion that he is the realist.

  • Very.

  • Goldwater urges you to take a fresh look at American policy at home and abroad.

  • How can I talk about peace.

  • How can any responsible Americans speak of peace unless it is related to our ability to take care of ourselves to defend our security and our sovereign independence in a world torn by conflict?

  • If I talk about these things, it's because I must.

  • I'm obliged to talk about them because of the failures in the pursuit of peace, which characterized the administration of Lyndon Baines Johnson.

  • How I ask you to consider with me some of the problems we face here and now in this re a world, Just think about them For a moment tonight, an American boy may die at the hands of the enemy in Vietnam, their communist enemy.

  • Tonight, a human life may be lost as someone in desperate search for freedom scrambles over the Berlin Wall, that wall of shame, which Communists built while this administration obligingly looked the other way.

  • Tonight, a bearded and arrogant dictator sits 90 miles from Key West and counts his missiles supplied by the Communists, he said, safe and secure because this administration bungled at the Bay of Pigs and failed so miserably to follow through.

  • After the missile showdown tonight in many parts of the world, the masters and the puppets of Communist imperialism sit and plan our destruction and work actively to bring it to pass.

  • If we're to talk about peace, we must talk about these things.

  • We must talk about threats to the peace and about the only real source of these threats.

  • The Times do not call for soft words or half truths or simple of Asians of the truth.

  • The times do not permit them.

  • You've told me so yourselves.

  • Everywhere I go, I hear it directly from you.

  • You know, even if my opponent doesn't at this nation and the entire world risk war in our time unless free men remain strong enough to safeguard to peace.

  • Winston Churchill once sounded this warning and was ignored.

  • And my lion, you know, as men who love freedom always have no one that only the strong can remain free.

  • As recently as four years ago, we had national leadership that knew these things and acted upon them.

  • And under the Eisenhower administration, the watchword was peace through preparedness.

  • But under the Johnson administration, it has become unilateral disarmament and the illusion of peace.

  • Now we simply have to set this record straight.

  • I pledge to you tonight that my presidency will be dedicated to securing a lasting peace and to preserving it.

  • The Republican Party is a party of peace because we understand the requirements of peace and because we understand the enemy, we know he'll run risks, take advantage, push and prod for openings the minute he spots a weakness.

  • We have all met him in our personal lives, you and I and our Children.

  • He's the schoolyard bully.

  • Our sworn enemy in every basic way is just like the neighborhood tough guy.

  • Let him push you around and eventually you'll have to fight.

  • Just stand up to him, though.

  • Just draw the line on his aggressions and see what happens.

  • He'll back down and there'll be no fight.

  • We can only keep the peace if we are strong, strong, economically, strong, militarily and among all strong.

  • Spiritually, we can only keep the peace if we are prepared for the aggressor in whatever quarter of the world he may appear.

  • The administration thesis, however, seems to be that we should cut back on military strength.

  • That may be provocative.

  • Now what a terrible gamble this is with the lives of every free man, woman and child.

  • Not just here in our own country, but everywhere in the world.

  • These are the reckless men.

  • These are the imprudent men and impulsive men.

  • These are the irresponsible men.

  • And these are the men these leaders of the Johnson administration who are risking war, war through weakness.

  • Now ask yourselves this very night how and where we are maintaining peace in the world.

  • Peace with honor.

  • Is it in Vietnam along the Berlin Wall?

  • Is it in Cuba Where is our honor in all these battlegrounds of freedom, Where is true and lasting peace?

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半個世紀前他的聲音像不像特朗普總統? (Half A Century Ago Did He Sound Like President Trump?)

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