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.
He doesn't belong there. He is trying his best to tear apart a country that Lincoln was trying to keep together.
I think that the Gettysburg address was a very significant event in the history of America. I think it would be a shame if the president of the United States did not show up to commemorate the anniversary--especially the 150th!
He shouldn't but he will. Somehow he compares himself to Lincoln.
Could be his "handlers" want to avoid the stark comparison between Barachio (who's sane?) Obama and one of the greatest presidents in the history of the country Barachio hates. Watch out if they can get Chris Mathews to host the celebration he might still show up! (Don't you just love these questions:-)!
Of course he should be there. At least to honor one of the greatest Presidents of the United States. This is just another "nail" driven into the coffin of his Presidency if he does not.
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