The press coverage evoked memories of the inglorious end to Sanford's two terms as an obstructionist governor.
Across the aisle, “obstructionist,” “waste of time,” and “37 times” kept popping up.
In a divided Congress, each party can point its finger at the other and say: “obstructionist!”
Does he expect to shame the Republicans at the upcoming summit by exposing their obstructionist perfidy to the American public?
The blame, for once, will fall where it belongs—on the obstructionist opposition.
Its policy has been that of an opportunist, at the best,—or an obstructionist, at the worst.
Evidently each accuses the other of being an obstructionist.
The South gained nothing by the obstructionist policy of its members.
Sykes had been an obstructionist in the legislature during the war.
As soon as the Royal obstructionist was dead, colonisation schemes came to the front.