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(10/5/2012 9:28:53 AM)   Flag as inappropriate content
There are two things that are clear in this argument and like a lot of what's coming out of Washington these days, both sides are wrong for different reasons.
1) The call from Republicans to de-fund NPR is for completely partisan reasons.
2) In 2012, there is no need for the Government to subsidize any time of programming. If it is good programming - and NPR has great programming - they should be able to sell it to an audience.

- Realist
(10/5/2012 9:19:17 AM)   Flag as inappropriate content
The Romney campaign has been warned to prepare for the Million Muppet March!
- Charlie Ferguson
(10/5/2012 9:09:50 AM)   Flag as inappropriate content
Let PBS secure their own funding like the rest of us do. If they are meeting such a large public need, let the public support them through contributions. Other non-commercial stations fund their operations without government subsidies.
- John Eby
(10/5/2012 7:57:19 AM)   Flag as inappropriate content
Barry, be careful what you wish for. The next step for PBS and NPR will be competing for more commercial dollars than they are already.

GHH

- Gordon Hastings
(10/4/2012 10:51:16 PM)   Flag as inappropriate content
Let 'em raise $7 instead of 6. Commercial broadcasters face budget issues like this every day.
- Barry J. O'Brien


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