May 30, 2010, - 9:32 pm
You might have watched or currently be watching PBS’ National Memorial Day Concert (which is on tonight). But, as I’ve noted previously, only for Memorial Day and the Fourth of July/Independence Day is PBS a/k/a “Palestinian Broadcasting Service” patriotic. Those are the only two days the far-left network of aging-hippie/cat-lady programming cares about our troops. It’s no coincidence that PBS also stands for Patriotism BS, which is what was telecast tonight on that network.
The other 363 days of the year, the network supported by your tax dollars is attacking America left and right and showing “Point of View” and “Independent Lens” shows filled with hatred of America and our troops and propaganda in favor of Islamic terrorists and their home nations.
Gary Sinise seems like a nice guy, as does Joe Montegna–the two of them host the show. But they tolerate and help this kind of programming 24/7 the rest of year. And by doing so, they enable it. This doesn’t help our troops one bit. It may feel nice and patriotic to listen to the bands on Washington’s Mall, where the concerts take place. But, really, it’s a veneer of patriotism that barely covers PBS’ hatred of America.
And, it’s no coincidence that Colin Powell is the guest of honor at tonight’s PBS faux patriotism fest. He’s the lefty whom President Bush anointed to continue harmful foreign policy policies at the State Department and who then endorsed Barack Obama for President. If that’s the best example of a famous American former military official, we’re in trouble.
So, the next time you enjoy PBS’ Memorial Day concert remember, the men who gave their lives for America didn’t give it so that their graves could be used to prop up PBS’ hatred-filled programming the other 363 days of the year.
G-d bless our fallen troops. G-d curse those–including PBS–who caused more of them to die in battle and then spit on their graves whenever given the chance. I’m sure many of our war-dead are turning over in their graves.
Tags: Colin Powell, faux-patriotism, Gary Sinise, Joe Montegna, Memorial Day, Memorial Day Concert, PBS