Nussle: PBS Childrens' Programming Threatens "Quality of Life"
Exposing the liberal agenda
Bert and Ernie: These two “friends” have been sharing the same basement apartment on Sesame Street since the show’s inception. Albeit they have separate beds, but as was the case in the 1950s, you very well know they push the beds together when the lights go out. How do you think people are born, immaculate conception? Bert and Ernie merely serve as role models for homosexual experimentation have helped lay the groundwork for the recent push for same-sex marriage and have served as an inspiration for the Broadway hit, Avenue Q.
Rosita: This bilingual muppet emigrated from Mexico in 1993 and made her home on Sesame Street. Rosita (pictured with Elmo and Senator Jeff Roberts, a Republican from Alabama whose proposal to build a wall on the Mexican border will help keep Rosita's family from emigrating to the U.S. and threatening our national security) has yet to produce legal documentation regarding citizenship. This sends children the mixed message that it’s okay to break the law and enter our country illegally. Worse, Rosita has yet to assimilate to Iowa’s English Only Law and encourages children to do the same by openly teaching them Spanish on Sesame Street via “Spanish Word of the Day.” Rosita, whose full name is Rosita, La Mostrau de las Cuevas (“Monster of the Cave”), helps promote the gay agenda. Unbeknownst to many viewers, Rosita is a “fruit bat” – a clear indication of her homosexual tendencies - while her name symbolizes a closeted homosexual (the monster = homosexuality; the cave = the closet). I'm on to you Rosita; it's time to fly back to your bat cave before Gotham City gets wind of your bilingual ways (sinister laugh here).
Tinky Winky: Exposed by Jerry Falwell in 1997, Tinky Winky the Teletubby is an obvious gay role model. Don’t let Tinky’s “magic bag” and triangle antenna fool you. There’s no magic in homosexuality, and the triangular (another sign stolen by the gay community) antenna is a makeshift “gaydar” as it attempts to lure young, unsuspecting viewers into the immoral world of homosexuality. Tinky’s defenders claim he’s not heterosexual, but rather a metrosexual (male trait associated with having a strong aesthetic sense and spending a great amount of time and money on appearance and lifestyle). Give me a break, Tinky’s no more metrosexual than the young, sharp-dressed male Republican interns in D.C. are homosexuals. You don’t see any of them parading around D.C. with hot-red handbags.
Barney: This so-called Purple Dinasour of perpetual love threatens our children’s security by teaching them to befriend strangers. In one episode of Barney and Friends, Barney said, “A stranger is a friend you have not met yet…” This only teaches our children to let down their guard and makes them more susceptible to predators and potential pedophiles. In the age of Internet Predators we need to teach our children not to trust strangers, especially if they’re disguised as Purple Dinasours, or worse, Donkeys wearing red, white, and blue hats who try to peddle their liberal wares.
Get the Straight Dope: To learn more about the proposed budget cuts, read Rekha Basu's insightful column "Time to rally for public-broadcasting funds, again" in the Des Moines Register. Another recommended read can be found in the Boston Globe. Read statements of Public Broadcasters on PBS News.
D.A.R.E. (Democracy Abuse Resistance Program) to Act: Go to moveon.org and sign an online petition appealing to your congresspersons to save PBS and NPR from funding cuts. Time is running out so D.A.R.E. to act now. Forward this post to anyone you know who might be willing to take action.