To commemorate the 150th anniversary of Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg Address, widely considered the greatest American speech ever given on the topic of freedom and government of the people, by the people, and for the people, Barack Hussein Obama did...well...absolutely nothing.
And why? Because he was allegedly busy working on "the whole website thing" for Obamacare, almost certainly the most massive and historic example of a program which is entirely of the government, by the government, and for the government, while feeding "We the people" into a woodchipper.
Moreover, what the heck could Barack Obama have to say in favor of a speech which was intended to unite a divided nation? This president's entire administration has been devoted to dividing our nation - a task at which, sadly, he's been uncharacteristically successful. Not since the days of the Blue and the Gray have we seen anger and enmity ramped up to the degree we currently see between the Blue states and Red states.
We are living in an era in which Lincoln's words are being gravely tested. And we now risk finding out that a nation conceived in Liberty really can not long endure when so many people in the topmost reaches of power - including those at a certain Pennsylvania Avenue address - are dedicated to bringing this country to its knees.
Okay, we know Barry bragged about enjoying cocaine
but don't know if it was ever in the form of crack. So sue us.