Man Who Spends His Time Hating On Opponents Tells GOP ‘Stop Hatin’ All The Time’

When he isn’t busy playing golf, President Obama spends a lot of time going to fundraisers and giving speeches in which he hates on his political opponents. But now he’s suddenly against all of this “hatin’ all the time” and he’s telling Republicans to stop it.

President Barack Obama on Wednesday continued to slam Republicans for moving to sue him over his use of executive actions, calling the move a “political stunt” and urging Congress to “stop hatin’ all the time.”

“They have announced that they are going to sue me for taking executive actions to help people,” he said during an event in Kansas City. “They’re mad because I’m doing my job.”

Calling the vote a waste of valuable taxpayer dollars, Obama said Republicans are also taking time away from important legislation they should be addressing.

“Stop being mad all the time,” he said of Republicans, chuckling. “Stop just hatin’ all the time. Let’s get some work done.” (Read More)

In the same speech he also babbled about how the Republicans keep blocking him from “helping the middle class.” The GOP hasn’t done anything to stop the EPA from making our electric bills skyrocket, and they weren’t able to stop him from signing Obamacare into law, making our health insurance premiums soar. So if they are able to block anything they’re doing us all a favor.