Skip to comments.A divisive Obama undercuts the presidency (WP admits Traditional Democrat Liberalism!)
Posted on 10/30/2010 6:42:08 AM PDT by sr4402
In its article "A Divisive Obama undercuts the Presidency" by Patrick H Caddell and Douglas E Schoen one sentence stands out. "We write in sadness as traditional liberal Democrats who believe in inclusion."
Isn't it nice when the Main Stream Media uncovers itself as being the Traditional Liberal arm of the Democratic Party?
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Yes, if by "inclusion" they mean strict party loyalty.
Do Pat Caddell and Doug Schoen work for the Washington Post?
This is an article by two Dems, Patrick H. Caddell and Douglas E. Schoen. It is not a WP editorial.
I have found that Pat Caddell has become disillusioned with his party of the last couple of years. He hasn’t left the Democrat party. The Commurats have left him.
They our both Democrat consultants and pollsters. I don’t believe either has ever tried to hide that fact.
As far as liberals go, they are reasonably fair.
He is even losing the left now... soon he will be standing in a small crowd filled with nothing but racist blacks.
Not to burst your bubble, but the authors are Dem pollsters writing as guests for the Post.
This is an op-ed not a Washington Post editorial. It’s the opinion of the authors not of the newspaper.
It’s an opinion piece, not a news article. While I’d love for a WP NEWS article to overtly note it unabashedly supports left policies and seeks to undermine anything remotely right of center, this is NOT it. Sorry.
To make the connection using this opinion piece is no better than how the Move-On dummies use Hannity’s show to prove Fox News is an organ of the RNC. Of course Hannity’s show, is also billed as an opinion show, not a hard news show. You can’t mix and match the two categories.
This is a guest editorial by Schoen and Caddell. Not a WaPo op-ed.
And FWIW: Neither is what I’d call a liberal Dem (maybe at one time). Caddell has been on our side for a while (playing the part as ‘Dem strategist’ while he trashes Dems). Schoen is slowing moving to our side, even standing up for the Tea Party.
I liked this article. It gives an encouraging glimpse into disillusioned Obama-voting Dems, who seem to be demoralized and waking up to the graft and corruption that is the Obama White House.
Truth trumps delusion. Sweet.
“Yes, if by ‘inclusion’ they mean strict party loyalty.”
With Democrats, there is no telling what inclusion, or any of their other buzz words mean.
Democrats say they are brilliant geniuses so it has to be that those who don’t understand their brilliantly nuanced speech must be knuckle-dragging, gun-loving,
bible-thumping, stupid, ignorant dolts.
Of course the authors and the WaPo are not yet able to bring themselves to the point where they can openly criticize Obama without the obligatory comparison to a republican ogre.
("Yeah, we admit our guy may be bad, but he's not as bad as your guy")
In this case they drag out good old reliable Dick Nixon, the perpetual motion democrat nemesis.
Nevertheless, now that the WaPo is openly criticizing THE WON, how long before we see mobs pulling down Obama statues and ripping up street signs for "Obama Highway" and "Mount Obama"? hopefully not long at all.
Someone with photoshop skills really needs to pub BHO’s head on that statue.
This was penned by two Dem advisors disgusted with the radical takeover of their party, not a mea culpa by the Washington Post. The Washington Post is flat out liberal. They have a so-called ombudsman but his job is really just a meaningless and deceptive title.
More importantly, as committed liberals, they take Obama to task and are appropriately critical of him and his tactics.
Fine, fine, statement.
Or this one:
Pat Caddell was Jimmy Carter’s pollster. This is an op-ed.
Caddell is my favorite Democrat. He is almost sane.