PBS Blasts Bush, We Pay for it

Cal Thomas | Syndicated columnist | Monday, November 25, 2002

PBS Blasts Bush, We Pay for it

Check out what liberal Bill Moyers-- whose PBS television network is supported by federal tax dollars-- had to say in a recent commentary.

Speaking of the Eisenhower brand of Republicanism, Moyers said, "That brand of Republican is gone. And for the first time in the memory of anyone alive, the entire federal government – the congress, the executive, the judiciary – is united behind a right-wing agenda for which George W. Bush believes he now has a mandate."

Moyers went on to add, "That mandate includes using the taxing power to transfer wealth from working people to the rich. It includes giving corporations a free hand to eviscerate the environment and control the regulatory agencies meant to hold them accountable. And it includes secrecy on a scale you cannot imagine."

Not content with spinning absolute lies regarding the president's plans and motives, the clearly disturbed Moyers summed up by saying, "Above all, it means judges with a political agenda appointed for life…if you like God in government, get ready for the rapture…these folks don’t even mind your referring to the GOP as the party of god."

(It's a good thing that judges appointed by Democrats never have a "political agenda", huh?)

Have you ever heard such baloney? It’s typical liberal pap, of course, but the kicker is that you and I pay for Moyers to provide us with these "balanced" insights. Ah, our tax dollars at work.

I’m Cal Thomas in Washington.

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