Martin Austermuhle
Knighthood: Swearing the Oath
Mon May 7, 2007 15:39

Knighthood: Swearing the Oath:

Luke 16:13, "No servant can serve two masters; for either he
will hate the one, And love the other; Or else he will hold to
the one, and despise the other. Ye cannot serve God and
mammon." KJV

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The Lawyers Secret Oath

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War Powers Act 1933

The Oath of Office


This from a September 23, 2003 White House Press Conference with Scott McClellan

Q: Scott, a few questions, please, on the international troops to Iraq, any more international troops. Is there a deadline? Is there any financial incentives for these countries to join? And on your statement about the state visit to the United Kingdom, you mentioned President Reagan's visit when he received an honorary knighthood. Is President Bush about to receive an honorary knighthood?

MR. McCLELLAN: You might want to talk to United Kingdom. I don't know what their plans are in terms of all the details of the state visit. (scroll 3/4 way down)

George H.W. Bush received an honorary knighthood (not sure of year)
Americans who have received honorary knighthoods include former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani, Steven Spielberg and former presidents George Bush and Ronald Reagan.

These stories being put out about how George is taking etiquette lessons and having to be convinced to wear a tuxedo for the Queen's visit are all BULLSHIT people! The corporate media is pushing the image of how Lord Hissyfit is so "downhome". Bush has worn a tux on many occasions - just look on Google images. SHEEESH!

Junior was born in New Haven, CT - not Texas and he attended private boarding schools in Connecticut his entire life. Do you really think Ma Bush would let her little darlings be raised in such a bodunk place as Texas! Let's get real people!


Pres. Bush welcomes Queen Elizabeth II to White House
Los Angeles Times, CA - 1 hour ago
WASHINGTON -- President Bush welcomed Queen Elizabeth II to a bunting-draped White House today with a 21-gun salute, an elegant white-tie dinner --


May 7, 2007
Welcome Home, Queen Elizabeth II

Seriously, how much more ironic could this be?

Queen Elizabeth II is visiting Washington today. Washington was named for one of the leaders of the fight for independence against the repressive British empire -- then led by King George III -- a battle that was in part provoked by a general frustration with the levying of taxes and the denial of representation.

And yet, over 200 years later, the residents of Washington still pay taxes and lack formal representation in the U.S. Congress. And while we enjoy the right to choose our local leaders, their decisions are still subject to review and rejection from members of Congress, few of which can logically claim to represent the city's residents (Rep. Louie Gohmert excepted, of course). Way back when, people in these conditions were called "subjects."

In recognition of Queen Elizabeth II's visit to Washington, today we're proposing a one-day retrocession to the United Kingdom. So for what's left of the day, we should all speak in cockney accents, take an hour off for afternoon tea, drive on the left, refer to Metro as "the tube," drink warm beer at a local pub and read Londonist. OK, so really we're just looking for an excuse to cut out early and go drink beer, warm or any other variety. Who's with us?

Martin Austermuhle


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