I try not to get political on this site and try to keep everything fair and balanced like the good folks over at Fox News, who incidetnally took a few of the precious minutes to interview a boy who died and went to heaven and wrote a book about it. I’ll just leave it at that and let you come to your own conclusions about Fox News’ fact checking department.
Here’s a clip from Fox And Friends in which the anchors blame the current generation’s perceived poor work ethic and narcissism on Mr. Rogers, who they claim mistakenly made everyone feel special.
Because every 6 year old child needs to hear "Son, You are not good enough. You are not unique and you will never be successful if you dont try harder." Lets not forget the audience targeted with Mr. Roger’s Neighborhood. The message this show delivers is a positive message. A message that children really need to hear these days in the midst of all the negative messages portrayed through the media.
The next thing Fox News is going to call evil is Sesame Street for influencing kids to take mind altering drugs to try to recreate the experience of being able to talk to 7ft tall birds and an angry green grouch living in a trash can.
Here’s an awesome story from The Washington Post which definitely has one too many Star Wars coincidental references to not bring about some suspicion about its validity.
Numbers don’t matter when your audience has to remove its shoes to count above 10.