Fox Useful 'Democrats' Caddell And Schoen Attack Obama On New Nuclear Policy

Isn't this special? I guess Lanny Davis was busy so Hannity had to settle for these two.

From our friends at Newshounds --Fox Democrats Caddell And Schoen Team Up To Paint Obama As “Inviting Attack” With New Nuclear Limits:

Fox News’ two favorite Democrats, Pat Caddell and Doug Schoen, appeared together on Hannity last night (4/5/10) to parrot the same Republican talking points as Sean Hannity: Attack the Democrats over the tea partiers and paint Obama as weakening our national defenses, this time with his just-announced limits on using nuclear weapons. In fact, Caddell went a step further than Hannity by saying that Obama is "inviting atack." Neither Caddell nor Schoen said a single positive thing about either the Party or any individual Democrats. They also failed to note Hannity’s distortion of Obama’s new policy when he announced that Obama would "substantially narrow the conditions under which the U.S. would use nuclear weapons, even in self-defense… even if they attack the U.S. with biological, chemical weapons.” [...]

Contradicting Hannity’s suggestion that the U.S. would not use nuclear weapons to defend itself, The New York Times reported, “The president said in an interview that he was carving out an exception for “outliers like Iran and North Korea” that have violated or renounced the main treaty to halt nuclear proliferation… White House officials said the new strategy would include the option of reconsidering the use of nuclear retaliation against a biological attack, if the development of such weapons reached a level that made the United States vulnerable to a devastating strike.” Neither “Democrat” pointed that out.

But before they went to the nukes, the like-minded trio attacked the Democrats for their treatment of the tea partiers.

Needless to say these two useful hacks for Fox stood up for the teabaggers, trashed President Obama on the nuclear arms agreement and on national security. I wonder what the wingnut welfare is paying these days to pretend to be a representative of the Democratic Party on Fox?


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