'In October 1875, Ulysses S. Grant became the first sitting president of the
United States to visit the Utah Territory. Since that encounter, the state has
been visited by every president down to the current holder of that office.' -
Title Current holder of that office? Who is that? George W. Bush? Ronald Regan? I am fine with a
historical context, start from the first president, highlight a few others and
end with... our current, sitting president. President Obama, who was
born in Hawaii. However, being unable to mention 'he who shall not
be named', without a photo on the cover, a mention of the who the current
sitting president IS.... brings up the question as to WHY President
Obama cannot be named.
Wow, Pagan. You are so paranoid! Why not read the book and see what it has to
say about President Obama? The words you object to is just a turn of phrase,
indended to make the article timless so that in 20 years it can be read and
understood as meaning down to today.
Yup, Them Presidents sure do make it a habbit to visit ole Utah huh!