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Barack Obama at CU-Boulder: Top ten tweets split between excited and grumpy

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This evening, President Barack Obama is slated to speak at CU-Boulder's Coors Events Center -- a venue that won't need airing out, since Wyclef Jean's 4/20 concert was a poorly attended disaster.

How is Twitter Nation feeling about his visit? Divided, pretty much like America as a whole. Below, find our top ten tweets on the topic. Which ones strike home for you?

Number 10:

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Page down to read our top five tweets about President Barack Obama's pending visit to CU-Boulder. Number 5:

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