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When Keith Olbermann asked Professor Jonathan Turley if 'this [re-taking the Oath of Office] was going to be a daily thing now' I immediately thought to myself, Yes, Yes it is.

See what is left of the conservative movement in this country happens to be both profoundly stupid and deeply tenacious. When the Right Wing thinks they've got ya', they really think they've got ya' even if no one else agrees. This has happened before and failed before with Reverend Wright, William Ayers, and Obama's Birth Certificate. And Now this has happened again and will undoubtedly fail again when it comes to the once flubbed Oath of Office.

Submitted for your approval the wonderfully whack front page of WorldNetDaily.

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By larrymadill at 2009-01-22

Now re-read that dek again:

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They've GOT HIM! AGAIN! And WorldNetDaily knows it to because just read the headlines they have prepared for the next several days.

Obama Retakes Oath of Office

Barack hand on Bible, but fails to have other hand on Tummy


Obama Retakes Oath of Office

Barack hand on Tummy, but fails to raise his right leg

Then ...

Obama Retakes Oath of Office

Barack raises right leg, but fails to rub tummy at same time.

Then ...

Obama Retakes Oath of Office

Barack rubs tummy at same time, but fails to do the Hokey Pokey.

At this rate President Obama will be far too weary from re-taking the Oath of Office to do any work.

Originally posted to Larry Madill on Thu Jan 22, 2009 at 10:27 AM PST.

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