What Next? Obama’s Face on Mount Rushmore?

People in Willingboro, New Jersey are ticked off.

It seems the city council there has decided to remove John F. Kennedy’s name from the Kennedy Center and replace it with Obama’s name. If the city council in this town is so in love with Obama that they want to honor him by attaching his name to something, why don’t they attach it to something he actually created or accomplished for their city, or something in their city that he did of national significance?

Oh wait… That could be a problem.

What HAS Obama accomplished of national significance other than increase the number of people on the government entitlement slavery list?

In that case, I suggest the city council reconsider and instead, put Obama’s name and face on the local welfare office building.

©2014 JAN MORGAN

Here are details on the story:

Willingboro, New Jersey – A good portion of Willingboro, New Jersey is dedicated to late President John F. Kennedy. Residents there can take a stroll down John F. Kennedy Way, browse the stores at the John F. Kennedy shopping plaza and even get pampered at the John F. Kennedy Nail Salon and beauty supply store. Suffice it to say, Willingboro thinks highly of the late U.S. President.

However, now there are some rumblings from the community about the council’s decision to change the recreation center and former school from the “Kennedy Center” to the “President Barack Obama Center”.

“I graduated from JFK back in ’72 so it’s gonna be kinda hard to all of a sudden start calling the school Obama,” longtime Willingboro resident Al said

According to published reports, the council and deputy mayor say that President Obama had a major impact on the city and that residents actually want the change.

Although, that doesn’t seem to be the case, as some residents like Beulah have expressed their opposition and indifference regarding the change.

“I love my president, I appreciate him, but why does that need to be reflected on the center?” she questioned.

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