I never really thought about this before, but do you suppose the pro-islamic terrorist brainwashing sweeping the country is coming from NPR?
Is the stoning and shooting women between the eyes, raping children, killing Christians, Jews and homosexuals is as American as apple pie crowd NPR listeners?
On Tuesday, conservative activist James O'Keefe posted a video showing NPR executive Ron Schiller bashing the tea party movement. The video shows two activists, working for O'Keefe, posing as members of a fake Muslim group at a lunch meeting with Ron Schiller, who is not related to Vivian Schiller. The men offered NPR a $5 million donation and engage in a wide-ranging discussion about tea party Republicans, pro-Israel bias in the media and anti-intellectualism.
"The current Republican Party is not really the Republican Party. It's been hijacked by this group that is ... not just Islamophobic but, really, xenophobic," Ron Schiller said in the video, referring to the tea party movement. "They believe in sort of white, middle America, gun-toting — it's scary. They're seriously racist, racist people."
NPR has long been a target of conservatives who claim its programming has a left-wing bias. The budget bill passed by the House last month would end funding for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, which supports programs distributed on NPR and PBS.
Thus ends the charade NPR is a legitimate media agency reporting real news.
Have you seen the video?
Sometimes I wonder if the world has gone daffy enough that they would defend Osama Bin Ladin. There are days I wonder if sanity is so far gone he would even win a presidential election... with katholycs quoting Scripture to help him.
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Should this political propaganda machine for the Democrats lose its funding?
77 percent said yes at the time of this posting.
If the Republicans were smart, they'd orchestrate three or found hundred conservatives to send their resumes and apply for the job. Passing them all over to pick another liberal for the 'unbiased' source of news would make for another good story, wouldn't it?