Suddenly Obama needs to work with Congress to get its approval on something and foreign dictators are confused.
Obama gave a brief address about U.S. relations with Cuba Wednesday, and mentioned that he will seek the approval of Congress to lift the embargo and travel restrictions.
USA Today’s Gergory Korte reported on President Raul Castro’s reaction, saying that the dictator wonders why Obama doesn’t just use executive order to usurp Congress – like he does with everything else:
Raul Castro urges President Obama to use “executive action” to lift congressionally imposed sanctions on Cuba.
— Gregory Korte (@gregorykorte) December 17, 2014
@gregorykorte @Judianna Now commies in other countries are now directing the idiot in chief
— CMAC (@macdawg22) December 17, 2014
.@gregorykorte Dictators gonna dictate
— Garrett (@garrettsd) December 17, 2014
.@gregorykorte Nobody alive knows more about executive orders than the Castro Brothers.
— Craig S. Bell (@craig_s_bell) December 17, 2014
@gregorykorte Now he’s just poking fun at him.
— Eric D. Silver (@EricSilverUSA) December 17, 2014
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