President Barack Obama sat down with Rolling Stone for an hour long interview, which the editors there are billing the “most substantive interview the president has granted in over a year.” The president used the opportunity to single out two conservative Americans for attack.

The president was asked, “Is there any way to break through that obstructionism by Republicans?”

He responded by attacking conservatives Rush Limbaugh and Grover Norquist:

My hope is that if the American people send a message to them that’s consistent with the fact that Congress is polling at 13 percent right now, and they suffer some losses in this next election, that there’s going to be some self-reflection going on – that it might break the fever. They might say to themselves, “You know what, we’ve lost our way here. We need to refocus on trying to get things done for the American people.”

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