Fox News Troubled By Obama's Use of Paper Clip

President Obama introduced the American Jobs Act yesterday at the White House, clutching a print-out bound by a paper (or binder, fine) clip. Can you even believe that he would use a clip like that? What a jerk. Wait, what?

Yes, this was a topic of some apoplexy among Fox News' morning muppets on the Fox & Friends program today. Check out the clip below, via Media Matters, to see them question Obama's use of a "chintzy" clip — as stolen from this similarly concerned New York Post subhead — during a recession.

DOOCY: Meanwhile, come and get your copy. President Obama's jobs bill, hot off the presses — at Kinko's? Hundreds of billions in tax hikes and new spending bound together with a chintzy clip. Look at that thing.

BRIAN KILMEADE (co-host): Right.

DOOCY: What's that about?

KILMEADE: We've never had the word "chintzy" in the cold open before.

GRETCHEN CARLSON (co-host): We're in a recession.

And you wonder why.

[Image via AP]