JOHN PAUL STEVENS

The senior member of the U.S. Supreme Court got the oath perfectly when he swore in Joseph Biden as Vice President.  John Paul Stevens, named to the top court by Gerald Ford in 1975, could give Barack Obama his first appointment to the Supreme Court if he retires at the end of the current court term.  He turns 89 in April.

The senior member of the U.S. Supreme Court got the oath perfectly when he swore in Joseph Biden as Vice President. John Paul Stevens, named to the top court by Gerald Ford in 1975, could give Barack Obama his first appointment to the Supreme Court if he retires at the end of the current court term. He turns 89 in April.

JOHN PAUL STEVENS