WTF? I am about as far from a teabagger as you can get. That is the most random thing I've ever had someone say to me. Anyway, my beliefs (whatever they may be - I guess I'd better wait for Mark to tell me what they are) have ZERO to do with my comment.
Whether I agree with NPR or whether their leanings can be "documented" is immaterial. The fact is for many, NPR is looked upon as espousing a liberal agenda. This can be seen on several area message boards, where there are comments about the imminent format change like "thank God, we need something to balance out the conservative crap on KQV." (FYI Mark: since you are apparently NOT from Pittsburgh, KQV is another LOCAL radio station.) To assume that everyone who supports public radio - the stations that actually play music anyway - thinks that way is ridiculous. Just as it is to assume that someone who points out an organization is looked on by the general populace as liberal is a teabagger.