President Obama to visit Hyde Park Academy during Chicago trip

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President Barack Obama visits Chicago today.

obamainchicagoHe’s expected to visit the Hyde Park Academy on the South Side.

He’ll also have some remarks about the murder of Hadiya Pendleton.

Obama’s trip is part of a three state campaign tour.

He’ll push for gun control and other issues he promoted in his State of the Union address.

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  • Tired of Morons

    I maybe tired of a lot of people but I truly love our president! I might even head over there to get a chance to meet him.

    • bob

      Someone has been sipping too much kool-aid! The fact that you "love" a politician just shows how out of touch with the real world you are. People like you are the scum of this country! Carry on living in fantasy land!

  • Paolo

    Obama is here to USE the unfortunate death of a young girl at the hand of Obama voting, criminal gang bangers to push disarming law abiding citizens, leaving us defenseless against these Obama voting thugs. Obama with the help of his henchman Emanuel have no regard for the law, only the power.

  • Morally disturbed

    Anyone that can hate because of the color of a person's skin, religious views and political stand is a drain on mankind. Take a look at yourself and determine the root of that hate. Violence does not solve violence. Gang bangers are allowed to exist because people take matters into their own hand instead of fighting for justice for all. Put down your guns, take up prayer.

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