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January 21, 2009

Told Ya So

by Stephen Gordon

Yesterday, I wrote: “Yes, there was a flub-up in the reading of the oath of office. I’m sure some of the tin-foilers out there will also be stating that “Barack isn’t president because he wasn’t officially sworn in” for the next four years.”

And so it begins


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5 Comments

  1. Don’t worry, Roberts and Obama redid it this morning. Then again, where would we be without a good ‘ol Presidential conspiracy?

    Comment by trumpetbob15 — January 21, 2009 @ 7:23 pm
  2. A coworker asked me if I thought it invalidated Obama’s presidency. I joked that somebody would have to challenge the legitimacy of the oath by taking it to court, where Roberts would immediately throw it out in embarrassment.

    Comment by Wulf — January 21, 2009 @ 7:42 pm
  3. I really think the people talking about raising a nuisance suit like that should think twice about the stampede of Obamanoids who will trample them underfoot to get into the Supreme Court to hear the case.

    Comment by Raymond — January 21, 2009 @ 8:03 pm
  4. One thing pointed out on NPR yesterday was that some former Presidents did not even recite the oath at all, but simply responded “I do” to the Supreme Justice’s recital of it.

    Comment by SC — January 22, 2009 @ 8:00 am
  5. Hello
    After all is done and we have our new President Obama, waking up the next day was like another Christmas morning for all..
    Peace to all..
    Sincerely,
    Roland & Dorothy Vandersys.
    Michigan.

    Comment by Dorothy Vandersys — January 22, 2009 @ 8:48 am

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