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-- back to follow the money Sesame Street will unveil a new character this one's named Lil -- a seven year old girl Moffett who is hungry and poverty stricken.
Kids need to see this and children -- take a listen.
I go with my family TV food -- -- lots of ways to get -- -- schools -- programs.
Breakfast and lunch for free -- -- -- -- and.
You know wine lovers would really -- ensure that the prompter operator Erica said boy that that's not sesame -- see the street I recall.
What's going on here again pretty political -- -- Yeah I guess you're aware of these people who thought Bert and Ernie was about gays or something.
I guess they are way over the stock picker you know you or let it has come back and I don't know.
There are you know from about these I don't wanna see -- operation presents -- -- poverty a why were these kids they tell you can get a free meal you know -- -- breakfast or lunch meeting program is that a good thing the look I get it -- mid boy all right but.
-- take this it in the in the right way here but why are we here.
Why are we singling out a poverty stricken little girl I mean didn't do does my son need to see that my little boy needs C.
That they -- there you know there.
Yeah that's going on that it be and what you don't -- a lot other groups you don't -- a lot belittled.
Game -- or the little black market or the little Hispanic market digging and overall the role in each intertwined in the -- And there are and so now at.
Added to the ensemble is the child and I think the child in the the image serves -- real purpose I mean the purpose is just like we talk about burden Ernie.
Or you know Oscar any of the debate talk about realities for young for children and American one of the realities report children is that they can be hungry they can feel as if they being marginalized no one knows that their hunger.
This is that effort to make sure those kids even your kids in my do you get -- -- hate myself that there's poverty in this world that there's -- of this were let the good thing that's compact.
Session's sell well I don't I look look up all right that.
Sherry I'm sorry -- we have -- with -- -- I'm waiting for them to come on have a like this this evil Republican or Tea Party here that they're gonna blame little -- poverty on.
Live as -- you don't speak out against the against their political agenda that's probably what will happen.
Look it up to the parents to explain some of the more difficult aspects of life -- children when they feel the time is appropriate.
And one thing that we do as taxpayers to make sure that we don't have children who go hungry is we have the school lunch program and the school breakfast program in some cases the after school treat.
Snack that -- that we do we have a lot of programs.
So that while it's not always a great situation.
We do have some protections in place and I think it's not appropriate for PBS and forest Sesame Street to take it upon themselves.
-- to get these more difficult lessons of life to little children whether it be on.
The sex or and by the way don't they got partnering -- -- -- I just think that I don't need there and guys.
Who can grow up and they were still living in a -- I didn't hear they've they they're pregnant folks there -- -- You know to -- -- talk about sports and whatever -- I that's a lot of money guys got to leave it there was a figure Juan Williams.
And cherry took over this good night everybody.
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