Isn't it amazing that a guy with magic underwear would have been ten times the leader as your community organizer?<quoted text>
Huh? Never heard of it. Now you guys fighting against the evil's of Big Bird, that was all over the news. You remember? The guy with the magic Mormon underwear you tried to put in charge of our country was going on and on about it.
Your response here tells me one thing: you are a much younger person than I am. Because if you were anywhere near my age, you would have remembered the Democrat Congress's effort and laws against the manufacturing of toilets with too large of a tank. That's right, your heros actually made it illegal for companies to manufacture toilets that wasted too much water. Of course, they didn't consider that people with lesser gallon toilet tanks would have to flush three times to get the job done as one regular toilet. But what the hell? Liberal polices are not about results--they are about effort. Their efforts started bootleg toilets from Canada.
Bill Clinton started the midnight basketball courts project to reduce violent crime in the inner-city. After all, thems black peoples loves thems basketballs, don'ts they? After all, if they're not going to work or go to school, give thems blacks a basketball. BTW, his project resulted in three shootings within the first two years of the erection of these facilities. And I'm sure their local schools appreciated Clinton's project that kept these kids out of school.
Now unless you can point to me where in the US Constitution our federal government is required to fund liberal broadcasts like PBS, then I would say that Romney and Republicans were right on. If PBS can't make it on their own like conservative broadcasts, they should be taken off the air. See uninformed voter, that's the catch. It wasn't about Big Bird. That's something the Democrats played with. It was about wasting tax dollars to support a liberal broadcast.
But if you continue to make fun of Romney and Big Bird, then I'll get some quotes from Democrat politicians who were outraged that Republicans defunded Cowboy Poetry. Now that was a hoot. But you're probably too young to remember that too.