Thursday, January 20, 2011

Being A Student Of History

Rory J. Koopmans, B. Admin.
#23, 9731-174 Street
Edmonton, Alberta T5T 6G4
January XXth, MMXI

Hon. David G. Hancock, QC, MLA
Minister of Education,
Progressive Conservative, Edmonton-Whitemud

Dear David:

Students should definitely be made aware of the significance of this day. On this day, 104 (CIV) weeks or II (2) years ago, Barack Hussein Obama (Democrat-Illinois) was sworn in as the XLIVth (44th) President Of The United States & first African-American to that post. A remarkable achievement to be sure. Students should also be made aware of the fact that he cannot be President anymore after another VI (6) years. Its called command & control. Thus ensuring refreshed leadership & new ideas by ensuring no President can serve longer than VIII (8) years, or II four year terms of office. So currently the President has DCCXXXI (731) days left in this term of office when you account IV the leap day of February XXIXth, MMXII.

It should also be noted David that if President Obama were II resign today, the XLVIIth (47th) Vice-President Joseph Robinette Biden (Democrat-Delaware) would be sworn in as the XLVth (45th) President & could serve the remaining II years of his predeccessor's term, as well as running for II four year terms himself. So constitutionally David, students should be made aware that a United States President can actually serve for a period of X (10) years. Furthermore, a replacement Vice-President must be named within VI (6) months by President Biden, or CLXXXVI (186) days to ensure proper control & helming of the government in case of an attack on the new President & that the new Vice-President were II have II take over. Otherwise, the Speaker Of The United States House Of Representatives would have to resign his/her post as head of the Legislative Branch to take over as head of the Executive Branch (Presidency.) That person would then have to (with the majority approval of The United States Senate) appoint a Vice-President him/herself.

Structures Of Governance,


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