Many expressed shock and surprise that our petulant president would snub the commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the Gettysburg Address at the famous battlefield. Yesterday evening, Obama tweeted out a handwritten tribute to quell the furor from we yokels, and to garner love and affection from his adoring supporters:
— Cuffy (@CuffyMeh) November 20, 2013
Your morning emetic:
Obama has the coolest handwriting.
— Maria Alvord (@malvord17) November 20, 2013
— Andrew Clark (@acdlite) November 20, 2013
Takeaway = His stellar handwriting MT: @TheAtlanticTECH Obama hand-wrote a little essay on the Gettysburg Address pic.twitter.com/TGgoJQxoPA
— Justin Peligri (@JustinPeligri) November 20, 2013
Totally irrelevant, but President Obama has awesome handwriting.
— Nick Mayernik (@NickMayernik) November 20, 2013
I love Obama's handwriting, its awesome. Should be a font.
— james (@Only_a_director) November 20, 2013
@BarackObama Obama's handwriting, My eyes were sighting, It is perfect and delighting, Reading was exciting, He was lighting by his writing.
— mvvenkataraman (@mvvenkataraman) November 20, 2013
Err … nice poem. We get the feeling these worshippers of Obama didn’t actually read the thing, but just stared adoringly at the penmanship. Others weren’t as impressed:
— Michael Rusch (@weeddude) November 20, 2013
@BarackObama I love you BO but your handwriting is hard to read
— CarryD (@cldols) November 20, 2013
@BuzzFeedNews Obama's handwriting is almost as bad as mine…
— Jesse Hattabaugh (@arkanciscan) November 20, 2013
— Mundane Tragedies (@MundaneTragedy) November 20, 2013
You're handwriting sucks Obama
— Kenny Blankenship (@Assturo) November 20, 2013
Almost as good as “you’re” grammar, Donut King.
Anyway, it was nice of Obama to take time away from jumping into the Obamacare website with his sleeves rolled up to fix the software code.
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