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Date: 21 Jan 2009 10:45:44
From: Aodhan
Subject: What, no challenge of the validity of the Oath from Irish Mike??
No ranting about how he hasn't taken the oath, since the person
administering it transposed a couple of words, and he repeated it exactly
including the error?

Also, the Chief Justice used the wrong term when asking Obama if the
"senator" was ready for the oath. The oath was administered at 12:04,
Obama should have been called "President", since he acceded to the office
at 12:00.

Seems like a mighty shaky start to me!

John

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Date: 21 Jan 2009 19:28:39
From: Clave
Subject: Re: What, no challenge of the validity of the Oath from Irish Mike??
"Aodhan" <a169b@webnntp.invalid > wrote in message
news:o37k46xrf9.ln2@recgroups.com...
> No ranting about how he hasn't taken the oath, since the person
> administering it transposed a couple of words, and he repeated it exactly
> including the error?
>
> Also, the Chief Justice used the wrong term when asking Obama if the
> "senator" was ready for the oath. The oath was administered at 12:04,
> Obama should have been called "President", since he acceded to the office
> at 12:00.
>
> Seems like a mighty shaky start to me!

Obama called Roberts over to the White House today to re-administer the
oath, properly this time.

He's not the first President to have a do-over, either.

Jim




 
Date: 21 Jan 2009 18:58:16
From: James L. Hankins
Subject: Re: What, no challenge of the validity of the Oath from Irish Mike??

"Aodhan" <a169b@webnntp.invalid > wrote in message
news:o37k46xrf9.ln2@recgroups.com...
> No ranting about how he hasn't taken the oath, since the person
> administering it transposed a couple of words, and he repeated it exactly
> including the error?
>
> Also, the Chief Justice used the wrong term when asking Obama if the
> "senator" was ready for the oath. The oath was administered at 12:04,
> Obama should have been called "President", since he acceded to the office
> at 12:00.
>
> Seems like a mighty shaky start to me!
>
> John



The oath is required to become President under the Constitution. There's
nothing shaky at all. You're just ignorant.




 
Date: 21 Jan 2009 11:44:52
From: Jason Pawloski
Subject: Re: What, no challenge of the validity of the Oath from Irish Mike??
On Jan 21 2009 11:45 AM, Aodhan wrote:

> No ranting about how he hasn't taken the oath, since the person
> administering it transposed a couple of words, and he repeated it exactly
> including the error?
>
> Also, the Chief Justice used the wrong term when asking Obama if the
> "senator" was ready for the oath. The oath was administered at 12:04,
> Obama should have been called "President", since he acceded to the office
> at 12:00.
>
> Seems like a mighty shaky start to me!
>
> John

JUST WHO DA HELL ARE THESE PEOPLE TO DISAGREE WITH THE PRESIDENT THE
PRESIDENT IS OUR NEW PRESIDENT AND OUR MESSIAH AND AS A NEW PRESIDENT WE
SHOULD SUPPORT HIM NO MATTER WHAT HE DOES ADN HOW HE DOES WHO R U ALL
NEGATIVE FUKKERS 2 DISAGREE WITH OBAMMA?

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Date: 21 Jan 2009 11:41:38
From: Bill T
Subject: Re: What, no challenge of the validity of the Oath from Irish Mike??
On 1/21/2009 10:45, Aodhan wrote:
> No ranting about how he hasn't taken the oath, since the person
> administering it transposed a couple of words, and he repeated it exactly
> including the error?

Yeah, I'm surprised no one has filed suit yet. I mean, it's been over
24 hours. C'mon, someone jump on it!

More seriously, various (non-nutjob)talking heads have opine that Obama
should just do it over again in private before Joe Biden mounts a coup
d'etat. The oath can be re-administered by any judicial officer.



  
Date: 21 Jan 2009 23:03:56
From: Pepe Papon
Subject: Re: What, no challenge of the validity of the Oath from Irish Mike??
On Wed, 21 Jan 2009 11:41:38 -0800, Bill T <wctom1@pacbell.net > wrote:

>On 1/21/2009 10:45, Aodhan wrote:
>> No ranting about how he hasn't taken the oath, since the person
>> administering it transposed a couple of words, and he repeated it exactly
>> including the error?
>
>Yeah, I'm surprised no one has filed suit yet. I mean, it's been over
>24 hours. C'mon, someone jump on it!
>
>More seriously, various (non-nutjob)talking heads have opine that Obama
>should just do it over again in private before Joe Biden mounts a coup
>d'etat. The oath can be re-administered by any judicial officer.

It was clearly the work of a right-wing conspiracy to intentionally
invalidate the oath.


  
Date: 21 Jan 2009 14:02:30
From: Susan
Subject: Re: What, no challenge of the validity of the Oath from Irish Mike??

"Bill T" <wctom1@pacbell.net > wrote in message
news:497779bc$0$23004$9a6e19ea@news.newshosting.com...


>
> More seriously, various (non-nutjob)talking heads have opine that Obama
> should just do it over again in private before Joe Biden mounts a coup
> d'etat. The oath can be re-administered by any judicial officer.

Yeah - those Constituional Lawyers. What do they know.





   
Date: 21 Jan 2009 15:36:05
From: Irish Mike
Subject: Re: What, no challenge of the validity of the Oath from Irish Mike??

"Susan" <sdbratt48@netscape.net > wrote in message
news:dbLdl.56278$Nv1.18693@newsfe03.iad...
>
> "Bill T" <wctom1@pacbell.net> wrote in message
> news:497779bc$0$23004$9a6e19ea@news.newshosting.com...
>
>
>>
>> More seriously, various (non-nutjob)talking heads have opine that Obama
>> should just do it over again in private before Joe Biden mounts a coup
>> d'etat. The oath can be re-administered by any judicial officer.
>
> Yeah - those Constituional Lawyers. What do they know.

I don't think there's much of a chance that Biden would attempt a coup. Now
if Hillary was VP.....

Irish Mike





 
Date: 21 Jan 2009 14:24:46
From: Irish Mike
Subject: Re: What, no challenge of the validity of the Oath from Irish Mike??

"Aodhan" <a169b@webnntp.invalid > wrote in message
news:o37k46xrf9.ln2@recgroups.com...
> No ranting about how he hasn't taken the oath, since the person
> administering it transposed a couple of words, and he repeated it exactly
> including the error?
>
> Also, the Chief Justice used the wrong term when asking Obama if the
> "senator" was ready for the oath. The oath was administered at 12:04,
> Obama should have been called "President", since he acceded to the office
> at 12:00.
>
> Seems like a mighty shaky start to me!
>
> John

I don't like him, I don't trust him and I didn't vote for him. However, I
never want to see another terrorist attack on American soil and would love
to recover all of the money I've lost since the sub-prime mortgage disaster.
I don't believe Obama will be successful but, for the sake of this country,
I truly hope I'm wrong.

Irish Mike




  
Date: 21 Jan 2009 17:01:38
From: OrangeSFO
Subject: Re: What, no challenge of the validity of the Oath from Irish Mike??
On Jan 21, 11:24=A0am, "Irish Reich" <mjos...@ameritech.net > wrote:


> I don't like him, I don't trust him and I didn't vote for him. =A0However=
, I
> never want to see another terrorist attack on American soil and would lov=
e
> to recover all of the money I've lost since the sub-prime mortgage disast=
er.
> I don't believe Obama will be successful but, for the sake of this countr=
y,
> I truly hope I'm wrong.





Mike reduced to a robotic boilerplate reply in matters regarding
Obama.

The country has happily turned a corner and Mike CAN'T FUCKING STAND
IT.




  
Date: 21 Jan 2009 13:00:12
From: Bob T.
Subject: Re: What, no challenge of the validity of the Oath from Irish Mike??
On Jan 21, 12:33=A0pm, "Irish Mike" <mjos...@ameritech.net > wrote:
> "Bob T." <b...@synapse-cs.com> wrote in message
>
> news:6139b150-b135-4e50-91f0-dfb14b7a66f6@w1g2000prm.googlegroups.com...
> On Jan 21, 11:24 am, "Irish Mike" <mjos...@ameritech.net> wrote:
>
>
>
>
>
> > "Aodhan" <a1...@webnntp.invalid> wrote in message
>
> >news:o37k46xrf9.ln2@recgroups.com...
>
> > > No ranting about how he hasn't taken the oath, since the person
> > > administering it transposed a couple of words, and he repeated it
> > > exactly
> > > including the error?
>
> > > Also, the Chief Justice used the wrong term when asking Obama if the
> > > "senator" was ready for the oath. The oath was administered at 12:04,
> > > Obama should have been called "President", since he acceded to the
> > > office
> > > at 12:00.
>
> > > Seems like a mighty shaky start to me!
>
> > > John
>
> > I don't like him, I don't trust him and I didn't vote for him. However,=
I
> > never want to see another terrorist attack on American soil and would l=
ove
> > to recover all of the money I've lost since the sub-prime mortgage
> > disaster.
> > I don't believe Obama will be successful but, for the sake of this
> > country,
> > I truly hope I'm wrong.
>
> Don't worry, Mike. =A0Based on past experience, you're more likely to be
> wrong than right about any given topic ;-}
>
> - Bob T.
>
>
>
> > Irish Mike
>
> This from the guy who bet me $100 that Hillary would be the next presiden=
t.

Touche'

- Bob T.
>
> Irish Mike- Hide quoted text -
>
> - Show quoted text -



  
Date: 21 Jan 2009 11:59:31
From: Bob T.
Subject: Re: What, no challenge of the validity of the Oath from Irish Mike??
On Jan 21, 11:24=A0am, "Irish Mike" <mjos...@ameritech.net > wrote:
> "Aodhan" <a1...@webnntp.invalid> wrote in message
>
> news:o37k46xrf9.ln2@recgroups.com...
>
> > No ranting about how he hasn't taken the oath, since the person
> > administering it transposed a couple of words, and he repeated it exact=
ly
> > including the error?
>
> > Also, the Chief Justice used the wrong term when asking Obama if the
> > "senator" was ready for the oath. The oath was administered at 12:04,
> > Obama should have been called "President", since he acceded to the offi=
ce
> > at 12:00.
>
> > Seems like a mighty shaky start to me!
>
> > John
>
> I don't like him, I don't trust him and I didn't vote for him. =A0However=
, I
> never want to see another terrorist attack on American soil and would lov=
e
> to recover all of the money I've lost since the sub-prime mortgage disast=
er.
> I don't believe Obama will be successful but, for the sake of this countr=
y,
> I truly hope I'm wrong.

Don't worry, Mike. Based on past experience, you're more likely to be
wrong than right about any given topic ;-}

- Bob T.
>
> Irish Mike



   
Date: 21 Jan 2009 15:33:46
From: Irish Mike
Subject: Re: What, no challenge of the validity of the Oath from Irish Mike??

"Bob T." <bob@synapse-cs.com > wrote in message
news:6139b150-b135-4e50-91f0-dfb14b7a66f6@w1g2000prm.googlegroups.com...
On Jan 21, 11:24 am, "Irish Mike" <mjos...@ameritech.net > wrote:
> "Aodhan" <a1...@webnntp.invalid> wrote in message
>
> news:o37k46xrf9.ln2@recgroups.com...
>
> > No ranting about how he hasn't taken the oath, since the person
> > administering it transposed a couple of words, and he repeated it
> > exactly
> > including the error?
>
> > Also, the Chief Justice used the wrong term when asking Obama if the
> > "senator" was ready for the oath. The oath was administered at 12:04,
> > Obama should have been called "President", since he acceded to the
> > office
> > at 12:00.
>
> > Seems like a mighty shaky start to me!
>
> > John
>
> I don't like him, I don't trust him and I didn't vote for him. However, I
> never want to see another terrorist attack on American soil and would love
> to recover all of the money I've lost since the sub-prime mortgage
> disaster.
> I don't believe Obama will be successful but, for the sake of this
> country,
> I truly hope I'm wrong.

Don't worry, Mike. Based on past experience, you're more likely to be
wrong than right about any given topic ;-}

- Bob T.
>
> Irish Mike

This from the guy who bet me $100 that Hillary would be the next president.

Irish Mike




 
Date: 21 Jan 2009 10:51:45
From: Scott/sjakma
Subject: Re: What, no challenge of the validity of the Oath from Irish Mike??
On Jan 21 2009 1:45 PM, Aodhan wrote:

> No ranting about how he hasn't taken the oath, since the person
> administering it transposed a couple of words, and he repeated it exactly
> including the error?
>
> Also, the Chief Justice used the wrong term when asking Obama if the
> "senator" was ready for the oath. The oath was administered at 12:04,
> Obama should have been called "President", since he acceded to the office
> at 12:00.
>
> Seems like a mighty shaky start to me!
>
> John


There were a number of constitutional experts that did state that Obama
should have to take the oath again and some thought that he probably did
take the Oath behind closed doors.

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