I would think a constitutional professor would understand those basic concepts. The role of congress is not just to pass law but also to prevent law and the role of the executive is not to just sign law but he also has the power to veto law. Does this sound like a system that was designed to provide a smooth path to law of every whim and wish of the executive? Of course it is not.
Yet Comrade Obama said this:
Comrade Obama offered a scathing indictment of congressional Republicans during an economic speech in Minnesota on Friday, accusing his political opponents of failing to “do anything, except block me and call me names.”
The president argued the GOP had “blocked or voted down every serious idea to strengthen the middle class” offered by Democrats this year.
He specifically cited efforts to raise the minimum wage, pass legislation guaranteeing fair pay between men and women and implement immigration reform.
Under our constitution Comrade Obama, congress has the duty not to pass a bill for your signature if they disagree with you. That is how the government works. Thanks to our founders, we do not elect dictators even though they might believe they are.