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How Nancy Pelosi Could become 46th President before 2012

President Nancy PelosiIf Obama wins Nancy Pelosi is two heartbeats away from becoming the first women American President. Here is what could very well bring America it’s 46th President before the 2012 election.

1 – Obama Gets Elected
President PelosiObama is about a 5 to 1 favorite to win the Presidential election less than a month from now. Highly respected polster John Zogby expects the race to break towards a landslide the Sunday before the election in either direction. Still with all of his experience in covering presidential races he believes it could go either way. Assuming that Obama wins that could sent in motion a bizarre chain of events leading to the first woman American president.
2 – Some Hillbilly Shoots Obama
President PelosiThe first black president could face an untimely demise, the google search term “assassinate obama” reveals 3,490,000 results and is in the top 100 google search terms. That search result would be even higher if rednecks could spell the word ‘assassinate’ correctly. By means of comparison Kennedy assassinate only 1.43 million and Bush assassinate has only 1.19 million results.

With the memory of Martin Luther King, Jr’s. assassination in mind the possibilities of another racially motivated death of a leading African American figure are nearly unthinkable. Barack Obama might want to consider using body doubles like Saddam Hussein. Sadly the frequent comparisons between JFK and Obama could prove to be even more ironic. Unfortunately, southern goobs with high powered rifles and powerful black American figures just don’t mix well.

3 – Biden Has Third & Fatal Aneurysm
President PelosiWith people focusing on McCain’s health people have ignored Senator Biden’s medical history. Joe Biden Biden underwent multiple surgeries in 1988 to repair two berry aneurysms on opposite sides of his brain. People who have survived a rupture of a brain aneurysm are twice as likely as the general population to develop another aneurysm. If a second aneurysm occurs, these people are 6 times more likely to have another ruptured aneurysm and bleeding in their brain.

Take the added pressure of the presidencey on the 65-year-old and his brain vessels are going to explode faster than a twenty year old garden hose.

According to the Presidential Succession Act of 1792, the Senate president pro tempore was next in line after the vice president to succeed to the presidency, followed by the Speaker of the House.

In 1886, however, Congress changed the order of presidential succession, replacing the president pro tempore and the Speaker with the cabinet officers. Proponents of this change argued that the congressional leaders lacked executive experience, and none had served as president, while six former secretaries of state had later been elected to that office.

The Presidential Succession Act of 1947, signed by President Harry Truman, changed the order again to what it is today. The cabinet members are ordered in the line of succession according to the date their offices were established.

Prior to the ratification of the 25th Amendment in 1967, there was no provision for filling a vacancy in the vice presidency. When a president died in office, the vice president succeeded him, and the vice presidency then remained vacant. The first vice president to take office under the new procedure was Gerald Ford, who was nominated by Nixon on Oct. 12, 1973, and confirmed by Congress the following Dec. 6.

# Office Current Officer
1 Vice President and President of the Senate Dick Cheney
2 Speaker of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi
3 President pro tempore of the Senate Robert Byrd
4 Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice
5 Secretary of the Treasury Henry Paulson
6 Secretary of Defense Robert Gates
7 Attorney General Michael Mukasey
8 Secretary of the Interior Dirk Kempthorne
9 Secretary of Agriculture Ed Schafer
10 Secretary of Commerce Carlos Gutierrez (non-natural)
11 Secretary of Labor Elaine Chao (non-natural)
12 Secretary of Health and Human Services Mike Leavitt
13 Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Steve Preston
14 Secretary of Transportation Mary Peters
15 Secretary of Energy Samuel Bodman
16 Secretary of Education Margaret Spellings
17 Secretary of Veterans Affairs James Peake
18 Secretary of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff

Political parties
Colors in the above table denote political party affiliations: Republican and Democrat

Note: Every Republican on this list could be replaced by in a Barack Obama administration, and it is highly unlikely any would maintain their positions. Norman Mineta was appointed United States Secretary of Transportation by President George W. Bush in 2001, a post he was originally offered eight years previously by Bill Clinton. He is the only Democrat to have served in Bush’s cabinet and also the first Secretary of Transportation to have previously served in a cabinet position (Secretary of Commerce).

† Non-natural-born citizens are ineligible 

President Pelosi
Nancy Patricia D’Alesandro Pelosi
46th American President (possible)

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Posted By: Jerome Aronson

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2 Responses to “How Nancy Pelosi Could become 46th President before 2012”

  1. just because obama is black people think is going to get shot that is being racist… what if obama can run hte US better than Bush

    maria on 12 Nov 2008 at 12:08 pm
  2. What scares me about this scenario is a one supporter of the Communications Decency Act (CDA), back in 1995, being one heartbeat away from the Presidency if Pelosi were to become 46th President. Robert Byrd, Presdient Pro Tem, did vote the the CDA in 1995, and he would be next in line after Pelosi.

    Jimmy Ribbitt on 03 Dec 2008 at 3:05 am

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