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The Inauguration of President Barack Obama - Yesterday was a historic day. On January 20th, 2009, Barack H. Obama was sworn in as the 44th President of the United States of America - the first African-American ever to hold the office of U.S. Commander-in-Chief. The event was witnessed by well over one million attendees in chilly Washington D.C., and by many millions more through coverage on television and the Internet. Collected here are photographs of the event, the participants, and some of the witnesses around the world. (48 photos total)
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Someone Wrote the following on 01/22/2009 01:38 AM :
fuck off, '81!


Someone Wrote the following on 01/22/2009 01:41 AM :
Don't say call the cops either. All they do is stuff your dead body in a bag and take pictures afterwards


Someone Wrote the following on 01/22/2009 02:17 AM :
Morons? You fit in quite well here then.


Someone Wrote the following on 01/22/2009 05:27 AM :
3 years 364 days to go ... can't wait - Vote Bush Palin 2012


CC Wrote the following on 01/22/2009 09:50 AM :
someone 3:02 - loonies will get black-market guns whether or not they are regulated. Handguns were rampant in DC when they were regulated. Loonies rarely follow laws.

someone 5:27 - fat chance of that ever happening.


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