Once again, our President shows everyone how he thinks that what he requires of others should not apply to him.
CUOMO: … do you believe you know the way to get things done for the American people so that we don’t have another shutdown of the government, which effectively punishes everybody else, except the lawmakers?
OBAMA: There is a very simple way of doing this, which is the Senate passed a budget and the House passed a budget. And, you know, maybe you’re not old enough to remember “Schoolhouse Rock,” but…
CUOMO: Oh, I remember it.
OBAMA: … you remember — you remember how the bill gets passed? You know, the — you know, the House and the Senate try to work out their differences. They pass something. They send it to me, and potentially I sign it.
Really, Mr. President? You’re going to say that Congress should watch some children’s television programming so that they can do their jobs to your satisfaction?
Why don’t you try this yourself.
You should start with “Tyrannosaurus Debt”
And continue with “Fireworks”
Then close with “The Shot Heard Round the World”.
Maybe then you could do your job to our satisfaction. Which is actually more important that Congress doing just about anything.