Los Angeles Renames Street After Former President Obama

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The city of Los Angeles has named streets after presidents like George Washington, John Adams and Thomas Jefferson. Well, move over Founding Fathers, because L.A.’s about to get even more “progressive” than it already is.

L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti tweeted out the “big news” late Tuesday night:

NBC 4 - Los Angeles noted that Obama also has been honored with a portion of “the 134 Freeway between Pasadena and Glendale and a charter school in the unincorporated Willowbrook area.”

It looks as though one of the arguably worst presidents in U.S. history will be honored for years to come. Yippie! Hooray, even!

Whatever. It almost seems as if different locations in California enact certain laws and take certain actions just to piss off a large portion of the country. Maybe they’re just trolling the rest of us. Then again, you need a certain level of intelligence to be a good troll. The most likely scenario is that they simply don’t comprehend reality.

All you can really do is sit back, grab some popcorn and watch the failure ensue.

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