The leader of the Free World sounds like he learned everything he needed to know in kindergarten.
“They don’t do anything, except block me … and call me names,” Obama said. “It can’t be that much fun. It would be so much more fun if they said, ‘Let’s do something together.’”
They call me names? It can’t be that much fun? It would be much more fun if they said, “Let’s do something together?”
Even liberal Minnesota should have been embarrassed by the presidential petulance.
Maybe Mrs. Boehner will tell Johnny to stop calling Barack names and the nation’s executive and legislative branches of government can all have fun doing something together – like maybe dealing with that flood of real children Obama’s disdain for immigration laws has brought into Texas and Arizona.
“Let’s hold hands and make sure this country continues to be a nation of laws and a nation of immigrants,” Obama said.
Hold hands. Stop calling names. And do something together.
After that, it’s nappy time.
Check out the video here, then check out some of the Twitter reaction. Bet you were thinking some of the same things.
— Anna Teresa Arnold (@HomerWhite) June 27, 2014
What a crybaby we have for a president… http://t.co/log6RsB9Ac
— Barracuda Brigade (@ArcticFox2016) June 27, 2014
President Crybaby: Republicans Do Nothing But ‘Call Me Names’ (Sent from CNR) http://t.co/gvnmeGlA3J
— steven kratz (@ksteven37) June 27, 2014
Starting to see a pattern?
— Thomas Del Beccaro (@tomdelbeccaro) June 28, 2014
This has gotten pathetic. RT @markknoller: “They don’t do anything except block me and call me names,”‘ says Pres Obama of GOP in Congress.
— ConservativeLA (@ConservativeLA) June 27, 2014
It was getting pathetic a long time back.
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