They attack Mr. Rogers. YouTube - Mr. Rogers is a evil Man Now, I partially agree with them that current generations have this strange sense of entitlement minus the work. They seem to think the world owes them things when in reality they haven't earned them. However, this is Mr. Rogers we're talking about. He entertained little kids and made them feel important and good about themselves. These kids are at prime ages to be bullied, pushed around, and most importantly it's a stage in their life when they develop the beginnings of their self-image. Fox and Friends seems to think that any attempts to make them feel better is some kind of assault on hard work and effort by assuming that the phrase "you're special" translates to "don't try too hard, vote blue". What do you think? Is this concept of "you're special" programming that dangerous? What should be said on programming if you agree?