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Keyword: inaguration

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  • The Great Divider

    01/29/2013 7:47:31 AM PST · by Kaslin · 16 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | January 29, 2013 | Ken Hoagland
    All those Americans who hoped that in victory a magnanimous President would move toward reconciliation of a divided people were bitterly disappointed by Barack Obama’s inaugural speech. In yet another partisan campaign speech, Mr. Obama suggested that he holds all those who disagree with his views to be malevolent saboteurs who must be run over. Did he characterize the profound differences of opinion on the role of government as inspired by love of country? No. He essentially told America that he holds nearly half of the nation’s citizens in utter contempt. Such arrogance is not leadership; it is so...
  • Big Government 2.0

    01/24/2013 7:52:45 AM PST · by Kaslin · 5 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | January 24, 2013 | Cal Thomas
    Bill Clinton isn't often wrong when it comes to politics, but his assertion in his 1996 State of the Union Address that "the era of big government is over" was a bit premature. In light of President Obama's Second Inaugural Address, the era of big government has just begun. The reliably liberal columnist Dana Milbank of The Washington Post exhibited refreshing honesty when he wrote of Obama's speech, "...it failed to rise to the moment." The president's address was more campaign rhetoric than visionary. He even lowered himself to reference Mitt Romney's inelegant remark about "takers" versus makers. Obama's comment...
  • Massive Anti-Obama Rally Planned for Inauguration Day

    nspired by concerns of unemployment, the economy, Benghazi, and matters of foreign policy; organizers are promoting a “Massive Anti-Obama Rally @ Obama’s Inauguration Day.” Their goal? 500,000+ protesters armed with signs identifying the reason for their participation in the rally. The invitation expresses the following: “If you are unsatisfied with President Barack Obama’s reelection win and you further feel that he will ultimately destabilize America completely, then let us join together with bold Anti-Obama signs clearly stating our main grievances…
  • Obama moves into the White House...

    01/20/2009 7:58:44 PM PST · by brycemax · 13 replies · 822+ views
    When a new president moves into the White House, think of all the details involved! There's some out there you might not think of... NOTE: The author of this comic requests that you visit his web site and please refrain from copying it within this thread. Thank you.
  • Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore pledge to remain relevant in new Video

    01/20/2009 1:01:46 PM PST · by slomark · 23 replies · 1,585+ views
    IHateTheMedia.com ^ | 01/21/09 | Jim DeYong
    Check out this inauguration day “Presidential Pledge” video produced by aging starlet Demi Moore and her son -- oops -- husband Ashton Kutcher. It’s a perfect stage for a few big stars and a ton of wannabe big stars to reveal the depth of their newly discovered love for America. Here’s how the Moore and Kutcher describe their work: “Reflecting Barack’s call for change, the film features over 50 of the biggest stars in Hollywood revealing how they plan to personally participate in keeping America strong, proud and green.” We’re into pop culture in a big way here at IHTM....
  • Obama makes his inauguration speech...kind of...

    01/20/2009 8:52:09 AM PST · by brycemax · 12 replies · 893+ views
    Obama gives the historic speech of his lifetime, but it's not quite the speech the nation expects. NOTE: The author of this comic requests that you visit his web site and please refrain from copying the cartoon within the thread. Thank you!
  • What are you doing for Obamaa day? (vanity)

    01/19/2009 8:26:18 PM PST · by McCainNot · 95 replies · 1,222+ views
    What are you doing for Obama day?
  • WSJ: Obama Breaks Pledge on Inauguration Donations

    01/09/2009 3:26:14 PM PST · by jessduntno · 11 replies · 858+ views
    newsmax ^ | today | Jim Meyers
    WSJ: Obama Breaks Pledge on Inauguration Donations Friday, January 9, 2009 12:14 PM By: Jim Meyers A full 90 percent of donations to fund Barack Obama’s Jan. 20 inauguration have come from well-heeled fundraisers — including Wall Street executives whose companies have received federal bailout money. A total of 207 fundraisers have collected $24.8 million of the $27.3 million in donations disclosed by Obama through Thursday, according to an analysis by Public Citizen commissioned by The Wall Street Journal. Slightly more than 2,000 donors accounted for the $27.3 million raised, but 378 of those people each contributed the maximum $50,000...
  • Obama announces inaugural theme

    12/11/2008 8:17:46 PM PST · by FocusNexus · 75 replies · 1,373+ views
    Boston Globe ^ | Dec. 10, 2008 | Foon Rhee
    President-elect Barack Obama's inaugural committee today announced the theme of his swearing-in -- "Renewing America's Promise" -- and the preliminary schedule. "At this moment of great challenge and great change, renewing the promise of America begins with renewing the idea that in America, we rise or fall as one nation and one people," Obama said in a statement. "That sense of unity and shared purpose is what this Inauguration will reflect." Here's the preliminary schedule of official inaugural events:
  • The Speech Heard 'Round the World

    01/26/2005 7:35:54 PM PST · by redstate38 · 1 replies · 319+ views
    GOPUSA.com ^ | 1/25/05 | Vincent Fiore
    Observing one of the more obvious idiosyncrasies concerning President Bush one can always tell when his heart fully believes what his mouth is saying. Contrast the inauguration speech given on Thursday against his occasional press conferences and interviews, and the differences are night and day. In settings outside of a "big soulful moment," like parrying with the press corps, or even the 2004 State of the Union speech, Bush does not rise to the moment. For in those settings, it is not Bush the visionary, but rather Bush the functionary.
  • The Amazing Fact of Mr. Bush

    01/21/2005 11:18:30 AM PST · by blasater1960 · 37 replies · 1,429+ views
    Deprogram Program ^ | 1/20/2005 | Shai Ben Tekoa
    ....Who would thought that a child of the 60's culture, would grow up to become not only president, but the best predident the State of Israel would ever have.....
  • Pomp and Improper Circumstance

    01/20/2005 10:57:01 AM PST · by jazzo · 22 replies · 628+ views
    robertscheer.com ^ | 01/20/2005 | Robert Scheer
    January 18, 2005 – On Thursday, an estimated $40 million worth of inaugural pomp and circumstance will only temporarily triumph over an incalculable record of deceit and error. Of course, some might say it's tacky to rain on the president's parade, but two crucial news stories compel it. First came the report, confirmed by the White House, that the fruitless search for weapons of mass destruction in Iraq had officially but secretly ended shortly before Christmas without, of course, any sign of the much discussed weapons that were such a critical justification for the war in the first place. This...
  • Andrew H. Card says " You guys(The FreeRepublic.com) are great!"

    01/19/2005 5:47:42 AM PST · by The Glaswegian · 257 replies · 10,240+ views
    January 19, 2005 | The Glaswegian
    Andrew H. Card says, "You guys (The FreeRepublic.com) are great!" I was greatly blessed yesterday to attend as an inaugural volunteer the Military Gala, I was, along with many other fine folks, given the privilege of assisting our wounded heroes from Walter Reed. During the event Andrew M. Card, The Chief of Staff to the President came into the Suite where we were watching the "Fantastic" show from. The corporate suites had been donated for the event so that the wounded servicemen and women could watch the show in comfort. Mr. Card graciously introduced himself to me, and I told...
  • Security Threat Or Embarrassment?

    01/16/2005 4:47:21 PM PST · by 2nd amendment mama · 33 replies · 796+ views
    WUSA-TV ^ | 1-16-05 | Cindy Pena
    Security Threat Or Embarrassment? Written by Cindy Pena Last Updated: 1/16/2005 2:50:08 PM The FBI and police agencies are on the lookout tonight for a police vehicle stolen in Northwest Washington Friday morning. But that's not all that was taken. Cindy Pena's Report Inaugural preparations are in the final stages. Decorations along Pennsylvania Ave. are flying high, while down low man hole covers are searched and sealed. At the capitol, visitors can still walk up First St. to see the West side of the building but for now, there's no getting closer. Many people say with security so tight,...
  • Would somebody please tell the Democrats that Bush won

    01/06/2005 7:14:20 AM PST · by thebiggestdog · 2 replies · 159+ views
    www.hotchicken.com ^ | 1-06-04 | www.hothchicken.com
    I am still in shock. Here we are, less than twenty days from the inaguration of W. part II and John Conyers is still protesting the election in Ohio! My first question is why? Didn't his buddy Michael Moore have hundred of election day observers with video cameras stationed all around the state looking for trouble? They found none, but that isn't good enough for John. Conyers is claiming there were serious election irregularities and "significant disenfranchisement" of Ohio voters. As claim of this, he and his buddies have compiled a 102 page report listing what they say is enough...
  • Mike's Inauguration Guide

    01/05/2005 4:22:52 PM PST · by rang1995 · 13 replies · 279+ views
    michael moore.com ^ | 1/2/05 | michael moore
    On Thursday, January 20, 2005, George W. Bush will be inaugurated as president of the United States. For the millions of us who stand for the values of peace and justice, it is a moment to renew our commitment to resist the Bush Administration and its deadly policies of war and greed – and to show Bush, and the world, that our movement is energized, mobilized, and determined to keep fighting back. January 20, 2005: Our Resistance Continues!
  • Justice is Chilled (Hillary and SCOTUS Justice Rehnquist go Nose to Nose on 1997 Inaguration Podium)

    05/06/2003 6:21:01 AM PDT · by ewing · 37 replies · 225+ views
    NY Daily News Excerpts from Salon.com ^ | May 6, 2003 | Rush and Malloy
    Ever wonder what they talk about up there on the podium, when the President is being sworn in? It's not always nice, according to Bill Clinton's former senior advisor, Sidney Blumenthal.His new book 'The Clinton Wars' is exerpted all this week on Salon.com.The former White House insider reports that Supreme Court Chief Justice William Rehnquist was 'chilly' towards Clinton during his second inaguration in January 1997.Blumenthal recounts the scene: '[Rehnquist] was grim while swearing in Clinton to his second term, with Hillary [Clinton] holding the Bible. Now Rehnquist turned to speak to the Presdident. 'Good Luck', he said. 'You'll need...