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National Public Radio

Nina Totenberg of the liberal Democrat mouthpiece National Public Radio debated Charles Krauthammer on the necessity of continuing to subsidize NPR with taxpayers money. If I remember any of my high school German, Totenberg translates to Death Mountain, although Totenkopf seems more appropriate. And we all know, from two wars, that the Krauts can bring the hammer, as Charles does every night.



When liberals cannot compete

They suck upon the Federal teat

And claim theirs is the only news that’s fair

They say the children will be hurt

If they’re deprived of short-fused Bert

And scream that we must keep them on the air

But if their product is so grand

Why do they need the Federal hand

To reach into my pocket for my dough

If without me you can’t compete

Go suck upon another teat

And if you go away I say then go


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Sweet, Sweet Nancy

Andrew Sullivan, editor of The Atlantic Monthly, former editor of The New Republic, gay activist, liberal, wrote that the United States was being run by a two man Jewish cabal, one of them being the noted conservative columnist Charles Krauthammer. A brief one or two day flurry erupted after Sullivan was answered by Leon Wieseltier, and then died peacefully. But the question remains, who is Andrew Sullivan, and why should anyone take seriously anything he says or writes or publishes?



Just who is Andrew Sullivan?

He asked with inattention

What has he done or hasn’t done

That rates him all this mention?

He has a blog, the other said

And heads up The Atlantic

He advertises for gay sex

And sometimes seems quite antic

Right now he claims two Jewish guys

Are running this here nation

That Wieseltier and Krauthammer

Are causing him frustration

Because he thinks progressive thoughts

Should be their daily diet

That right wing thought should never be

For Jewish guys to try it

I see, the first man said at last

If gay sex is his fancy

I’d say his mama named him wrong

She should have called him Nancy