Don B, 11/ 9/2011 - 1:30pm ""...public television's none-too-subtle attempts to placate the noisy right by giving conservatives a pass on some hot-button issues."?
Well, I don't get to watch public television any more, or much else. My Digital TV adapter doesn't pick it up. But I did notice lately that NPR's coverage of the Congress grilling Attorney General Eric Holder refers to Operation Fast and Furious as a "flawed program" in which "mistakes" were made. As if it had nothing to do with creating the liberal myth that most of the Mexican drug cartel guns come from over the border in the U.S., not from the black market in Central America. The BATF insisted that gun dealers who raised objections to suspicious purchases let them go through. Then didn't even tell its own people in Mexico what was going on. If you bend over backwards far enough to satisfy your extremist base of any stripe, you might find yourself crawling into a deep, black hole."
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