Sarah Palin proposes an insignificantly tiny reform

Sarah Palin observes that National Public Radio has purged one of its commentators for mentioning the unmentionable, and suggests that National Public Radio be defunded for silencing debate and attempting to promote ignorance. Several other prominent Republicans have said the same thing, or endorsed Sarah Palin saying it, Sarah Palin being merely the most famous and influential of more republicans than I can shake a stick at.

This is a tiny, tiny, step towards defunding the left. To actually defund the left, need to abolish the illegal and unconstitutional departments of Education and energy, the National Endowment for the arts, and the environmental Protection Agency.

Of course if we cannot roll back Basel, despite the fact that under Basel’s regime of politicized lending the entire banking system of the west has been leaking vast amounts of money and continues to do so, we cannot roll back funding for the left.

Numerous blogs are thrilled because a noted political leader has proposed we actually move slightly right, rather than merely proposing we move left slightly slower, and promptly been supported by lot more:  x, x, x, x, x, x, x, x, x, x, x, x, x, and more blogs than I can shake a stick at.

The thrilled response to Sarah Palin’s suggestion shows how rare such suggestions are.

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