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The 57th Presidential Inauguration Swearing-In Ceremonies…In Photos….In Videos.

By Jueseppi B.











46309_595284137164488_1642536341_nVice President Joe Biden was sworn in for a second term early this morning in a low-key ceremony at his official residence in Washington. Since inauguration day fell on a Sunday, Biden and President Obama chose to follow tradition and be sworn in privately today. They will reenact their oaths at Monday’s public inaugural ceremony at the Capitol.



379572_595310960495139_1418072703_nOfficial Photo of Justice Sotomayor administering the oath of office to Vice President Joe Biden during the official swearing-in ceremony.






Every person has the exact same expression of surprise or shock on their face, except one, President Obama.

He is the only person in this photo who doesn’t have his mouth open and his eyebrows are neither raised or “knitted.”

His eyes only barely give away the fact that something intense is happening at that moment. It speaks volumes of his ability to stay cool and keep his emotions in check. My President always under control even in his intense moments!





































The Martin Luther King, Jr. National Memorial in Washington, D.C., Oct. 14, 2011 – Photo by Pete Souza

“Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that.”

Martin Luther King, Jr.




Biden Sworn in for 2nd Term


Published on Jan 20, 2013

The day began with a morning swearing-in ceremony for Vice President Joe Biden, committing him to four more years as the nation’s second in command. (Jan. 20)






Forward: An Anthem for Obama’s Second Term


Published on Oct 26, 2012

A new anthem and music video celebrating President Obama’s inclusive message of moving the country forward together as Americans during his second term, produced by the Executive Producer behind the iconic 2008 “Yes We Can” music video with




















President Obama Officially Sworn In (C-SPAN)


Published on Jan 20, 2013

Seen on C-SPAN: In accordance with the requirements of the United States Constitution, President Obama was officially sworn-in on Sunday, January 20, 2013. Historically, Inaugural Ceremonies are not held on a Sunday because Courts and other public institutions are not open.



































Tonight’s Events:


8:45 pm EST: The President and the Vice President will deliver remarks at an inaugural reception at the National Building Museum. First Michelle Obama Lady and Dr Jill Biden will also deliver remarks.











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8 replies »

  1. dearest of all juesseppi, thank you for asking. scholastic challenges seem to have increased exponentially with added field work and additional courses, but that’s only because i’ve yet to delve deeper into class assignments which i plan on doing the remainder of this day… it’ll be somewhat of a ‘cake-walk’ once that’s done. ;) and you, my friend, how are things going?


    • I am just great, perfect & dandy. This is a monumental weekend. :lol: ;-) 8O

      Good luck with your added field work & additional courses….remember to take time for Jueseppi Breaks!! ;-)


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