President grows nostalgic over old positions in Senate office
President Barack Obama was in Springfield, Ill., today, where he visited his old state senate office (if not his old positions held as a senator). With the 2016 elections now well underway, Obama seems free to do some legacy building by revisiting his own history, and getting some good photos for the history books.
Was that back when he still believedthat “marriage is the union between a man and a woman”?
That’s a nice office, andlikely where he made his decision to vote “present” (the spineless versionof “no”) on seven important abortion bills, including the “born alive” legislation, which required doctors to administer medical care to aborted fetuses that survive the abortion process.
Too bad he didn’t have his Nobel Peace Prize yet to add some pizzazz to the place.