During a Kansas City speech, Obama called out the Republicans in Congress, hammering them for spending more time blaming him for problems than trying to solve them.
“Stop being mad all the time. Stop just hatin’ all the time … let’s get some work done together,” Obama said, directing the comment at the Republicans during his speech about the economy.
After telling the audience about the Republican’s plan to sue him over his use of executive orders to implement the Affordable Care Act, he told the audience: “Do not boo, vote! Booing doesn’t help — voting helps. Instead of suing me for doing my job, I want Congress to do its job and make life a little better for … Americans.”
Amen. Booing doesn’t work — Voting works. And we’ll have our chance to make it work this November.
You can watch the speech below, via the Hill: