Obama Invited to Give a New Gettysburg Address

Organizers of the 150th anniversary are banking on Obama’s re-election.

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By Paul Bedard, Washington Whispers 

One town is already banking on President Obama's re-election: Gettysburg, Pa. Looking ahead to July 2013, organizers of the 150th anniversary of the decisive three-day clash between Union and Confederate forces have extended an invitation for Obama to deliver his own Gettysburg address, we hear. "That would be really cool," says Gettysburg Convention and Visitors Bureau President Norris Flowers. "I expect that." 

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