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Should Obama show up at the 150th Anniversary of Lincoln's Gettysburg Address?


I think it's one of the most moving speeches ever in our history. For those who are ignorant, it starts with "Four Score and Seven Years Ago..." Please read it, if you haven't before. It always seems appropriate. I'm very glad Obama's not going to show up. They have invited him but he turned it down. I'm not sure I can stomach his false rhetoric during such a historic commemoration.

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Jason Matthews says

3 years ago
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    Cassie Smith 3 years ago

    It says something about Obama that he doesn't think it's worth showing up for it.

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Mike (Old Poolman) says

3 years ago
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    Cassie Smith 3 years ago

    Poolman, I do think Lincoln would want him there because he holds a lot of respect for Obama's office.

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Becky Katz says

3 years ago
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    Cassie Smith 3 years ago

    Becky, the presence of Obama would be a lie to Lincoln's words "government of the people. . .by the people. . .for the people. . . shall not perish from the earth". Obama can't support those words because he's a marxist.

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The Frog Prince says

3 years ago
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    Cassie Smith 3 years ago

    Obama would be so lacking in such a comparison. And I hope he sticks to his decision that he doesn't show up. I'd rather he play golf and stays away from the event.

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3 years ago
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    Cassie Smith 3 years ago

    Matthews (ugh!), the event planner should just put him on a do not allow in list.

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