No, Barack Obama will leave office peacefully in 2017, but not until having been sworn in 4 times. Recall that he was sworn in 2 times in 2009, and apparently he will be sworn in 2 times in 2013, once officially on the Constitutionally mandated date of January 20 (a Sunday), and once ceremonially on January 21.
The first two oaths were and presumably the second two oaths will be administered by Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court John Roberts. Now we presume that Justice Roberts has an opinion about what it takes in the way of constitutional qualifications for someone to be President.
The web site WorldNetDaily is hoping that Chief Justice Roberts will exercise his right to remain silent come Inauguration Day 2013, writing in an open letter to Roberts:
When you administered the oath of office to Barack Obama for his first term as president, you could have been excused for believing that Mr. Obama was qualified under the Constitution to hold the office of president, which he had sought and won. After all, Obama’s opponent, John McCain, never raised the issue of Mr. Obama’s qualifications. …
If you choose the easy course of ignoring our Constitution, it does not change the fact that Mr. Obama is barred by that same Constitution from acting as president. I am sure that if you turn your judicial mind to the ramifications of this fraud, both foreign and domestic, you will understand that the harm you will have done insures your impeachment and eternal dishonor at some point down the road: If not this House of Representatives, then the next, or the next, or the next.
So there you have it. If Roberts administers the oath of office to Obama, he’s rendering his decision that Obama is eligible. No escaping it this time.