Monday, August 7, 2017
Illinois Makes 'Barack Obama Day' a State Holiday
Politicians love to hail other politicians---as if they do something worthwhile.
Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner (R) signed a measure Friday to make Aug. 4 “Barack Obama Day” in the state, according to NBC Chicago. The holiday will be celebrated each year on Obama’s birthday beginning in 2018.
Senate Bill 55 was passed by both state houses with no votes against it.
I can't think of one decent thing Obama did in office.
The only good thing coming out of this is that Illinois government bureaucrats won't be harassing citizens of Illinois on this day.
Meanwhile, Malia Obama goes pounding the ground crazy in Chicago.
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