Obama’s Vetting Process Draws Scrutiny After Cabinet Withdrawals

In this Dec. 11, 2008 file photo, President Obama stands with former Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle at a news conference in Chicago. (AP Photo)

Questions have been raised about Obama’s vetting process after three of his nominees withdrew their nominations over embarrassing revelations. Read More»

President Obama won praise for overseeing a White House transition that started off smoothly and proceeded at record pace, with most of his Cabinet nominated within two months of the election. But after three of his nominees withdrew their nominations over embarrassing revelations, questions have been raised about Obama’s vetting process.

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  1. I’ve noticed that you have nothing nice to say about our new president.

    • Ted
    • February 5th, 2009

    While it should go without saying that even a legitimate President’s “ordered” $500,000 pay cap is an unenforceable intrusion into the private sector, as if that weren’t enough, Obama LACKS EVEN OSTENSIBLE AUTHORITY to issue the order UNTIL HE OVERCOMES “RES IPSA LOQUITUR” BY SUPPLYING HIS LONG FORM BIRTH CERTIFICATE AND PROVING HIS ELIGIBILITY TO BE PRESIDENT UNDER ARTICLE 2 OF THE US CONSTITUTION.

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