Romney made no bones about cutting PBS and naturally Libtards assumed that he logically hated Sesame Street. It’s a logical assumption, after all, if you have the reasoning ability of a six-year-old.
Recently he turned down an interview with Nickelodeon because unlike Obama, he’s got people to meet with, places to go, and things to do that don’t involve fluffing his ego.
“First Big Bird, now Nickelodeon,” cracked Washington Post TV critic Lisa de Moraes. “What’s up with Mitt Romney and kids?”
Linda Ellerbee, “Kids Pick the President” host and a former NBC anchor and reporter and CNN commentator, denounced Romney for his decision. “That’s several million kids who actually want to get involved in the democratic process,” Ellerbee said. “They don’t deserve to be dissed. But former Gov. Romney also blew off Letterman and Big Bird, so I guess we’re in good company.”
Several million kids may want to be involved in the democratic process… is that so? Well, if Obama can just write an Executive Order to grant amnesty to illegal aliens, he ought to be able to involve those little moppets.
But Romney… Romney obviously hates muppets and moppets. Obviously.
No, he doesn’t. It’s just that KIDS CAN’T VOTE, ADULTS VOTE, AND KIDS AREN’T MATURE ENOUGH TO MAKE AN INFORMED DECISION.
They aren’t being dissed, to be totally blunt, they don’t matter in the electoral process. So Ellerbee, sit down, shut up, and hang on.