Mark Levin: If we can’t cut PBS, then what the hell are we going to cut?

Levar Burton said he was “outraged” when Romney said he would cut PBS in the debate the other night, adding that it would be bad for disenfranchised children or something. Levin wonders how it helps disenfranchised children when all you have to do is turn on the TV. He also notes that there are a ton of channels out there now, and that if we can’t cut funding to PBS at least to some degree, what the hell are we going to cut?

He also emphasized once again that he’d be willing to buy Sesame Street, and added Barney the Purple Dinosaur to the mix as well to put the left’s mind at ease.



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