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Desperate Dems Hide Behind Big Bird

Mark in CA Wrote: Oct 05, 2012 5:46 PM
Big Bird is actually a part of the 1%.
Steve of CA Wrote: Oct 05, 2012 8:46 PM
No, part of the .001 percent, the percentage of the federal budget spent on PBS
algae Wrote: Oct 05, 2012 9:08 PM
I'd like my refund in whatever amount is due back then. I didn't sign up for that rubbish. I don't watch that rubbish. I wouldn't have a child watch that rubbish. I wouldn't pay anyone else to have the rubbish televised.

Now what "Rail to Nowhere man"?
John C6 Wrote: Oct 05, 2012 9:18 PM
Dear Steve,

Exactly: PBS earns hundreds of millions from Sesame Street. So why does it continue to
receive federal funding?

Regards,

John Lepant
Mitt Romney sure ruffled a lot of feathers over his proposal to eliminate taxpayer funding for government-sponsored TV. As soon as the GOP presidential candidate singled out PBS for cuts during the presidential debate in Denver, the hysterical squawking commenced.

Left-leaning celebrities immediately erupted on Twitter. "WOW!!! No PBS!! WTF how about cutting congress's stuff leave big bird alone," Whoopi Goldberg fumed. "Mitt is smirky, sweaty, indignant and smug with an unsettling hint of hysteria. And he wants to kill BIG BIRD," actress Olivia Wilde despaired. "Who picks on Big Bird!!! #bulliesthatswho," actress Taraji Henson chimed in.

Social media activists called for a...