Obama Pulls Normal Schtick: Mocks Republicans Before Asking For Their Help
By the way, will Obama be required to pay for the full use of Air Force One, since he really had no official, presidential duties event on the schedule? His supposed events were strictly partisan. Shocking!
(CNS News) As President Barack Obama accuses Republicans of wasting taxpayer money on a lawsuit against him, Obama himself is traveling all over the country at taxpayer expense, eating barbecue, raising money, and indulging his inner celebrity before adoring crowds.
“We love you! We love you!” the people shouted in Kansas City on Wednesday. “Thank you,” Obama replied, as he launched into a partisan speech, criticizing Republicans for blocking his liberal “opportunity agenda” and listing all the things he’s done on his own:
“So some of the things we’re doing without Congress are making a difference, but we could do so much more if Congress would just come on and help out a little bit, Obama said.
“Just come on. Come on and help out a little bit. Stop being mad all the time. (Applause.) Stop just hating all the time. Come on. (Applause.) Let’s get some work done together,” said the president who has shown no inclination to negotiate with Congress, even when he’s in Washington.
He actually said “hatin'”. Seriously. Twitchy referred to him as “President Beiber“. Of course, Obama gives us plenty of reason to be mad, considering his clear violations of law and Constitution.
Fixed MT @RBPundit Obama, [earlier today]: "DO SOMETHING!! ANYTHING!" Obama, [just now]: "I'm vetoing that thing you did."
— Matthew DesOrmeaux (@cynicusprime) July 30, 2014
That’s right, Obama is constantly threatening to veto what the GOP led House passes. And Obama and his White House minions always seem to forget that the House has passed numerous bills, quite a few which are economic, that languish without a vote, nor even a committee hearing, in the Democrat led Senate
The Hire More Heroes Act is one of 40+ jobs bills that passed the House, but is #StuckInTheSenate. RT if you want the Senate to act now!
— Rep. Renee Ellmers (@RepReneeEllmers) July 27, 2014