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As A Member Of “the radical, racist, Islamaphobic, Tea Party people.”

I am happy today to get into the business of NPR You Haven’t Needed Our Money For Two Decades. You see National Public Radio and Television gets a total of about 500M of mine and yours tax dollars. In a time when this Country borrows 40 cents for every dollar spent from some foreign Country to be paid back by our children and their children and probably their children, there is no need for this expenditure.

When Public Broadcasting decided to have Sesame Street mock FOX News Liberal Propaganda we had reached the pinnacle of the liberal influence on our children. It hasn’t been enough that liberals ply their lies in the classroom’s our children must sit in, they went that one step further to come right into our homes to influence their minds.

When Juan Williams, an old school JFK Democrat wasn’t progressive enough to tow the leftist line, he was not only fired in a liberal way (behind his back) he was mocked and denigrated via calling into question his mental capabilities (I question any liberals mental capabilities). Juan’s Feelings About Muslims On Planes Is A Very Normal Experience.

The bottom line to the whole NPR, Public Broadcasting problem is quite simple, JUST SAY NO! Let We The People tell our elected officials that any stupid spending that is allowed to continue will cost them their jobs! If they will not have the courage to stop borrowing our children’s futures away, we will have the courage to send them home!

JadedByPolitics
Whoever has his enemy at his mercy & does not destroy him is his own enemy

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  1. Yep. Enough is enough. It really was enough a long time ago, before the last presidential election, when Chicago PR buried the 2001 Obama interview in which he espoused the view that it was a “tragedy” that the Warren Court wasn’t radical enough “break free from the essential restraints that were placed by the Founding Fathers in the Constitution” in order to get into the area of redistribution of wealth:

    Or did they think we’d forgotten?

  1. Yep. Enough is enough. It really was enough a long time ago, before the last presidential election, when Chicago PR buried the 2001 Obama interview in which he espoused the view that it was a “tragedy” that the Warren Court wasn’t radical enough “break free from the essential restraints that were placed by the Founding Fathers in the Constitution” in order to get into the area of redistribution of wealth:

    Or did they think we’d forgotten?

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