Here’s the math: Big Bird makes at least $50 million a year and yet our government is still borrowing somewhere around a half Billion dollars of our grandchildren’s money from China every year to fund Big Bird’s sugar daddy, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Is there some sort of affirmative action program I’m unaware of, where puppets that only make $50 million per year are subsidized by the taxpayers to ensure they make the same “fair share” as, say, the Muppets? And how do the Muppets feel about being discriminated against — being forced to make it out there without taxpayer help in the big bad free market? Cartoon characters like “The Simpsons” must be wondering why they’re not enjoying all that corporate welfare. Mickey Mouse, Bugs Bunny and American Dad must be furious to see the money they work so hard to make taken by the government and redistributed to loafers like Big Bird to make them “equally wealthy.