Obama: 'When We Disagree, We Don't Have To Suggest that the Other Side Doesn't Love this Country.' But Calling them Terrorists is Cool.
Here's another unbelievable clip from Obama's speech today.
"And when we disagree, we don't have to suggest that the other side doesn't love this country or believe in free enterprise or the other rhetoric that seems to get worse every single year. If we disagree on something we can move on and focus on the things we agree on," Obama said.
Barack Obama needs to have a word with Harry Reid, who accused Republicans of putting a gun to the head of the American people.
And Dan Pfeiffer, who said Republicans had "bombs strapped to their chests."
And Nancy Pelosi, who called Republicans "legislative arsonists."
And himself, for accusing Republicans of "holding the whole country hostage."
But he won't. Go back up and re-read Obama's quote. He is only lecturing Republicans, not anyone on his own side.