Message from President on July 4th

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WASHINGTON (AP) - President Barack Obama is asking Americans to live up to the words of the Declaration of Independence.

In the president's media address on this Fourth of July, Obama says Americans should work to secure liberty and opportunity for their children and for future generations.

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hootie said on Friday, Jul 5 at 9:44 AM

Today I, the annointed one, abdicates my undeserved presidency....the USA is a nation of laws NOT apologizers like ME------THAT IS THE ONLY MESSAGE I'll listen to from bo's dop,dop,dop,dribble,dribble, clap, clap,bzzzzzz!

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Doesn't matter said on Friday, Jul 5 at 7:59 AM

The only message I want to hear from BO is "As of today I abdicate my throne" - after all he is the annointed one....OR SO HE/FOLLOWERS think.

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hootie said on Thursday, Jul 4 at 4:01 PM

Who does HE think he is?????? What an assault!

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