Wonder what you would find if you frisked National Public Radio?
Answer: They used taxpayer dollars to promote a Tea Party bashing video.
I just saw this video on Gateway Pundit and figured I would throw on my blog.
A prime example of radical socialist Saul Alinksy’s Rule #5 (Ridicule) is featured prominently on NPR’s website — in the form of a flash animation titled “Learn To Speak Tea Bag” — which ridicules tea partiers, pro-lifers, opponents of the Democrat Party’s health care reform, and more specifically, three Republican members of the U.S. House of Representatives (John Boehner, Eric Cantor and Michele Bachmann).
The Bottom Line: NPR is using taxpayer money to call those who have participated in Tea party events and their supporters idiots. With the liberal Democrats in Congress in charge of NPR’s purse strings, those who make NPR’s decisions have calculated that they can get away with it scot-free.
If you would like to see the screenshot of this video posted on NPR’s website, click here.
Jim Hoft (from Gateway Pundit) made a great point about the video’s stance on Republican campaign donations:
The video bashes Republican Representatives who took donations from insurance or pharmaceutical companies but totally ignores the seedy Chicago style backroom deals made and bribes offered by democrats to get their massive takeover of the health care industry rammed through Congress.
If you would like to know the details about all of the Democrat’s shady/backroom deals regarding Obama-Care, click here.
Side-Note: Honestly, it’s time to retire the term “teabagger.” It’s truly derogatory and disrespectful. The correct term is Tea Partier… meaning ‘Taxed Enough Already.’
Mark Fiore – from San Francisco – created this video… Shocking! Haha.