answersLogoWhite

0


Best Answer

== Todays Fashion is more attractive and revealing then the fashion of 1960s.
Todays Fashion is more attractive and revealing then the fashion of 1960s.
Todays Fashion is more attractive and revealing then the fashion of 1960s.
Todays Fashion is more attractive and revealing then the fashion of 1960s.
Todays Fashion is more attractive and revealing then the fashion of 1960s.
Todays Fashion is more attractive and revealing then the fashion of 1960s.
Todays Fashion is more attractive and revealing then the fashion of 1960s.
Todays Fashion is more attractive and revealing then the fashion of 1960s.
Todays Fashion is more attractive and revealing then the fashion of 1960s.
Todays Fashion is more attractive and revealing then the fashion of 1960s.
Todays Fashion is more attractive and revealing then the fashion of 1960s.
Todays Fashion is more attractive and revealing then the fashion of 1960s.
Todays Fashion is more attractive and revealing then the fashion of 1960s.
===

User Avatar

Wiki User

โˆ™ 2009-05-26 18:10:14
This answer is:
๐Ÿ™
0
๐Ÿคจ
0
๐Ÿ˜ฎ
0
User Avatar
Study guides

US Constitution

20 cards

Process by which a presidential appointment is approved by the senate

Define implied powers and give an example

Who is the leader of the House of Representatives in Illinois

For whom do senators and representatives work

โžก๏ธ
See all cards
โ˜†โ˜…โ˜†โ˜…โ˜†โ˜…โ˜†โ˜…โ˜†โ˜…
No Reviews

Add your answer:

Earn +20 pts
Q: Who did mrBorack Obamo ask to be a vice president?
Write your answer...
Submit
Related questions

Who was the vice president when he was president?

naver ask it bekar question


Can a bill be proposed by the president or vice president?

No, they ask Congress to do so.


What happens if the president dies and the vice president is president who is the vice president?

If the new president died, the vice president would become the president. He then would nominate someone to be his vice-president and ask Congress to confirm his choice. If Congress rejects his choice, he chooses someone else until he finds someone they will confirm.


Who are the president and the vice president of 2010?

This depends on the country. Please ask the question again with the country specified. US: President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden.


Who elects the Vice-President?

The President and the VIce-President run together, as a team, on the same ballot and are elected by the citizens in an election.If you actually meant to ask who SELECTS the Vice President, then that would be done in the convention of the political party to which the Presidential candidate belongs.


How many years can a vice president serve in office can Hillary ask Al Gore to be her running mate?

The United States Constitution does not specify how many times a Vice President can be elected, whereas the President can only be elected twice. A person not qualified to be president, can not hole the office of vice president.


What are some responsibilities that a Vice president has?

The Vice President of the United States serves as President of the Senate and may break tie votes in the Senate.The Vice President also becomes the new President if the President dies, resigns, or is removed from office.Those are his only duties under the Constitution, but it has become customary for the president to ask the vice-president to take on special assignments on behalf of the President or to represent the President at special events.Under the Constitution, the Vice president has only two responsibilities:Become President if the President dies in office, andServe as President of the US Senate.


Who was the only president to be elected president and vice president?

This has happened to more than one man, in fact several men have been elected to both offices:John Adams (1st Vice President, 2nd President)Thomas Jefferson (2nd Vice President, 3nd President)Martin Van Buren (8th Vice President, 8th President)Theodore Roosevelt (25th Vice President, 26th President) *succeeded McKinleyCalvin Coolidge (29th Vice President, 30th President) *succeeded HardingHarry Truman (34th Vice President, 33rd President) * succeeded FDRRichard Nixon (36th Vice President, 37th President)Lyndon B. Johnson (2nd Vice President, 3nd President) *succeeded KennedyGeorge H.W. Bush (43rd Vice President, 41st President)There is not "only one". George Bush (the first one), Richard Nixon, Lyndon Johnson, Harry Truman, Calvin Coolidge, Theodore Roosevelt, Martin Van Buren, Thomas Jefferson, and John Adams were all elected as both President and Vice President. (Though in the case of Jefferson and Adams, under the Constitutionally-prescribed rules for choosing Presidents and Vice Presidents at that time, they were "elected" Vice President only because they came in second in the Electoral College vote for President - Adams second to Washington, twice, and Jefferson second to Adams - before succeeding in a subsequent election. This is not so much "being elected Vice President" as it is "losing the election for President."Perhaps you meant to ask who was the only President who was NOT elected as either President or Vice President. That would be Gerald Ford, appointed as Nixon's Vice President in 1973, and succeeded to the Presidency in 1974.


What is the main reason why presidents choose their vice presidents?

The main reason a president will pick a vice president is to balance the ticket and hopefully get more votes than he could get on his own. A liberal will ask a conservative to run with him, a man will ask a woman to run with him, a white man will ask a black man to run with him, a Christian will ask a member of the Jewish faith to run as vice president. The main reason to try and get someone who will help the main candidate to get elected to office and get more votes.


What are the duties of Vice President?

A "good" vice president steps in when the President is not available or cannot serve. A good vice president does not ask what needs to be done but goes about doing the work that needs to be done and exhibits strong leadership in the absence of the President. A "good" VP also is supportive of the President, understands his/her role, supports the mission/vision/values of the organization and keeps the President informed of all actions taken.


What role might the US president ask the vice-president to play in his administration?

The extent of any informal roles and functions of the Vice President depend on the specific relationship between the President and the Vice President, but often include tasks such as drafter and spokesperson for the administration's policies, adviser to the President, and being a symbol of American concern or support. The influence of the Vice President in this role depends almost entirely on the characteristics of the particular administration. Dick Cheney, for instance, was widely regarded as one of President George W. Bush's closest confidants.


How many president were elected after a death?

When a President dies in office, the Vice President automatically replaces him. There is no election until he finishes the deceast President's term of office. So, I'm not sure if that is what you intended to ask.


Who was the vice president in 2000?

Please put the country name in the question and ask again, or see related questions. Al Gore was the Vice President under the 42nd President of the United States Bill Clinton from January 20, 1993 to January 20, 2001


Can a president come back to the White House as a vice president?

No. They cannot because they need to be president and ONLY the presidents can stay in the white house. And ask this question on this website........ Was george Washington the first president to be in the white house? and you'll get an answer.


I am running for vice president for a club and I need to write a speech. I'm 13 so it needs to be simple. I don't really know how to write a good speech. Any suggestions?

Just go what you feel is right. Just say what you are going to do if you were the vice president. Write what pops into your head first. Then edit when you think you have enough. since you are trying to be VICE President,i'd confer with those who are running for President and ask them how they would see the Vice's purpose then write up how you would work with the President to achieve their goals


What job has most directly led to the US presidency?

17 presidents were governors first. 16 senators have served as president of the United States. 19 served in the US House of Representatives. ((However if you ask what is the most direct route - that would have to be Vice President, in the case the standing president is unable to serve out their term, the vice president is next in line of succession.))


Who was the president in 1842?

This depends on the country/organization you are asking about. Please re-ask your question or see related questions.United States:John Tyler was the President of the United States in 1842. He served as the 10th President of the United States from 1841 April 4 to 1845 March 4, with no Vice President, as Tyler was elected as William Henry Harrison's Vice President. Harrison passed away shortly after taking office.


Who must approve the VP taking over for the President if disabled?

The President can ask the VP to take over and no approval is needed. If the President does not ask, but a majority of his cabinet feels he is unable to serve, the Vice-presidents takes over. However, it the president then objects and the cabinet still feels he is unable to serve, Congress decides the question. (This is from amendment 25.)


Could Barack Obama ask Al Gore to be his running mate?

Yes. Even though the Constitution only allows anyone to be elected to the office of President twice, no such limitation exists on the office of Vice-President.


What is social vice?

a social vice is a person who plans stuff like partys and ask should we do this or that


What did congress do to prevent a in presidential elections?

they ask the house of representatives to vote Congress passed the Twelfth Amendment, in 1803. The amendment requires electors to vote for the president and vice president on separate ballots. The amendment was ratified in 1804.


How does the President influence bureaucracy?

Ask the president


Can the president ask the congress to make a law?

Can the President ask the congress to make a law?


What did congress do to prevent a deadlock in presidential elections?

they ask the house of representatives to vote Congress passed the Twelfth Amendment, in 1803. The amendment requires electors to vote for the president and vice president on separate ballots. The amendment was ratified in 1804.


Was linda chavez was vice president in US?

Pick up a good basic book on English grammar and spelling, then ask yourself, "Did I come to the park to play or walk in geese $hit?"