Hulu will be streaming the Inauguration live here.
Here’s the updated Hulu link for President Obama’s Inauguration Speech.
Alright, if you have said “WTF” to yourself right away—you aren’t alone. I decided to post this as it has been going around via various email lists. I don’t know how to react to this but damn, you have to admit its funny and he does a good job as a look-alike of President-elect Obama. I just wonder if people in that office had better things to do that day. But I guess you can’t blame them for having fun and giving people a reason to chuckle, laugh, smile…
There is still lots of talk about this proposition. But if it comes down to what is right, I think it’s rather simple. It can be seen in a piece of document written over 200 years ago which states the following:
We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.1
Though one might find themselves having mixed feelings of what the above should be or should not be interpreted as, they fall back on religious views2. But to believe that this has arguable weight, and is enough to amend the State Constitution (or The Constition “period”) is in itself an erred way of thought and process.
That is, it contradicts the “legal and political principle” of the separation of Church and State:
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion…
And if that is not enough, amending the Constitution with Proposition 8 makes us question if those self-evident “truths” (that the United States were founded and built upon) are still real or not. Personally, I know they are. Hence, my belief and faith in those “unalienable Rights” led me to find that Proposition 8 is unconstitutional and therefore, deserved my vote against it (“No on 8”).
I was just browsing for some news before heading to bed, and found some more Obama celebration photos from across the World. Here are some that I found very meaningful personally—specially the first one below:
Source via Patrick Moberg.