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?
Am very excited to see Obama tomorrow at CU Boulder. He'll be talking about student loans and getting Congress not to raise interest rates.
— Mary Friedrichs (@mtfriedrichs) April 24, 2012
— Paige Whitaker (@Paige_Twitaker) April 23, 2012
I can't believe Obama is in Boulder and I'm missing it...big hugs to my pres from SF!
— Ryan Van Duzer (@duzer) April 24, 2012
Apparently Obama is coming to Boulder tomorrow to talk at CU!Sold out of course!One of these days Sasha and Malia will have a baffler...
— Chris Yates (@superyates) April 24, 2012
Hot air coming to Colorado today: b.HUSSEIN obama will be in the peoples republic of boulder today.blowing his ... bit.ly/JCiS1x
— Gripe (@CLrantsandraves) April 24, 2012
Page down to read our top five tweets about President Barack Obama's pending visit to CU-Boulder. Number 5:
— Meagan Spangler (@MegSpang) April 24, 2012
CU Boulder students who disagree with Obama tomorrow should stand up and turn their back on him. Just like he's done for Americans last 3yrs
— Mom (@FoleyHuckClyde) April 24, 2012
Boulder is crazy enough without adding Obama to the situation.
— Amber Smokowski (@PeaceLoveTri) April 24, 2012
This is probably one of the best years ever for CU Boulder. This Obama crowd is insane. I hope it's like this for men's bball next year 2
— CB (@CarlonAutentico) April 23, 2012
my two least favorite days in one week...4/20 and Obama visiting Boulder
— Austin Colaizzi (@Austin_Jay) April 23, 2012
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