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    With all the hub bub about Obama's new seal, and some questioning if it may be illegal I have a better question.

    Apparently a guy named Matthew Crozier, who is a latin scholar says the latin words on the seal literally means "In truth we are able" but says it is "close enough" to Obama's campaign slogan of "Yes We Can" to pass muster.

    The latin words are "Vero Possumus". "Vero" of course is "truth" but possumus I am unfamiliar with, as I am not a latin scholar. However I do notice that it is close to the word "possum", which is a marsupial, strictly speaking, but some would call them vermin.

    Now taking the "vero" meaning true and "possumus" resembling possum which can be considered a vermin I think we have a much closer approximation of Obama's new slogan;

    True Vermin.

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