Saturday, June 10, 2006

npr and pbs vs. handicapped kids

It seems as though Washington once again has its priorities screwed up and is seeking a $115 million reduction in funding the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Adios NPR, PBS, and more if it passes.

According to the Boston Globe, Representative Ralph Regula, Ohio Republican and chairman of the appropriations panel that approved the cut said: "We've got to keep our priorities straight ... You're going to choose between giving a little more money to handicapped children versus providing appropriations for public broadcasting."

That's an EITHER / OR? And the connection is ... ???

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1 comment:

John Ivey said...

The current administration has never ceased to amaze me with its bass-ackwards priorities. The axis of evil is not Iran, Iraq and North Korea but Bush, Cheney and Rumsfeld.