Republican lawmakers in Oklahoma have successfully renamed a stretch of highway after former President Donald Trump, and this isn’t a joke according to The Oklahoman, lawmakers managed to rename the highway stretch after Trump with relative ease. Well no kidding I mean he was without a doubt the best POTUS We’ve had in a very long time, and he was also the sitting President to receive the most votes in a reelection ever… But you know PLUGS and his cohorts cheated beyond words in 2020 Nov 3rd, and so on… But anyway by having included the provision in an annual infrastructure naming bill the lawmakers got it done. Now they did have to amend a bill that requires everyone except medal of honor recipients to have been dead for at least 3 years before a bridge or highway can be renamed in their honor.
Around the country, former presidents have often served as inspiration to people looking to name infrastructure, such as buildings, parks, or monuments. Back in late April, a freshman Ohio lawmaker introduced a bill to formally rename Mosquito Lake State Park, a 7,000-acre park in Trumbull County, Ohio, to Donald J. Trump State Park. “This legislation is meant to honor the commitment and dedication that our 45th President of the United States, Donald J. Trump, bestowed upon the great people of Trumbull County,” said state Rep. Mike Loychik in a statement, reports USA Today.
After former President Barack Obama left office in 2017, a number of places jumped at the opportunity to have pieces of the city bear his name. Most are now regretting it I’m sure.. LOL But like this should shock anyone over in California, the West Hollywood City Council tried to get Los Angeles International Airport renamed after Obama, reported USA Today in 2019. Although the plan didn’t work (thankfully), others in the city have successfully renamed streets after the forty-fourth president.
Schools in other states, such as Virginia, Texas, and New Jersey, also bear the name of the forty-fourth president. (As The Daily Wire reported, some pro-immigration activists have recently been questioning whether Obama’s name should be on schools.) Yeah that’s a big NO from us here in Florida, and I’m sure people with clear heads would agree that Obama, and Education don’t mix.
Qued Elementary Charter School, which branded itself after the forty-fourth president when President George W. Bush was serving his final week in office, according to The Los Angeles Times. One school in New York waited even less time Ludlum Elementary School was renamed after Obama in mid-November 2008. The superintendent claimed the students came up with the idea after holding a mock presidential debate as a fifth-grade project.