“They were heartily cursing [the President] for all they found wrong; and especially for the fact that they could no longer make money as in the good old days. . . . Nothing could ever be right again, they said in chorus, until That Man was got rid of, the spending stopped and the budget balanced, the people on the relief rolls turned off to root or starve, and the foolishness about wages and hours done away with, so that a man could be made to do an honest day’s work for what his employer felt he was worth.”
Not Republicans cursing Obama, but southerners cursing Roosevelt
From W.J. Cash’s The Mind of the South, published in 1941.