Does it matter?

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Submitted by Mike Kloppel (United States), Mar 9, 2011 11:54

These people spoke their true thoughts and therefore expressed the true motivations behind much of NPRs broadcasting.

Not only this but the coproration is a Quasi-government organization, try and argue otherwise if you want but it recieves almost 200,000,000.00 a year in direct government funding for its ("independent") stations.

James did a wonderful thing for us and exposed a filthy little secret many in our government DO NOT want us to know: That NPR is AS BIASED as fox news, MSNBC, CNN and the rest except that I have a CHOICE not to fund those stations while I am FORCED to provide funding to this one.

I am not a racist. I am not a bigot and I am not a "science denier", the people that run this disgusting organization think otherwise and it comes out in their broadcasting. I shouldn't have to pay for this and James did a noble thing, the US government has no "privacy rights" unless its a matter of national security, Rights are things that belong to individuals not government funded news organizations.

Run this story when the government is doing this to individuals w/o a warrant and we might agree.

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