Thursday, December 13, 2012

Never On Sunday

Today’s edition of right-wing stupidity comes from Ron Christie, the sock-puppet commentator who shows up on MSNBC the way the Washington Generals show up at a Harlem Globetrotters game.

He’s all twitterpated because President Obama will be sworn in at a private ceremony on January 20, 2013 at the White House and the public won’t be invited.

That’s because January 20, 2013 is a Sunday, so the big public ceremony will be held the following day.  It’s happened before: both Dwight Eisenhower’s and Ronald Reagan’s second inaugural happened to fall on Sundays and this is how it was done.

But since it’s President Obama, Ron Christie gets to prove that once again there is nothing this man won’t do to shame America.


HT Blue Texan.

3 barks and woofs on “Never On Sunday

  1. That guy is off the reservation with his craziness. I have said on several occasions this guy is nuts. He needs to look in the mirror. Being on cable is probably the only way he can make a living. I just wonder if they laugh when he leaves the set.

  2. Personally, if I were being reinaugurated as President in a precarious economy like we have currently, I’d forgo the big gala celebration entirely and just have a short swearing-in ceremony. Televised, though, just to prove it happened and that nobody messed up the oath like Roberts did last time.

  3. Alan, that’s how FDR did it in 1945. Of course, it was in the middle of World War II, and since it was his fourth, it’s not like they had to make a big deal out of it…

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