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Thursday, March 1, 2012

Andrew Breitbart Dead at Age 43

He was perhaps the biggest inspiration for this blog. You will be missed, Andrew. To you, a tribute... your own permanent space:

                                                                                                                                                                                                             

22 comments:

  1. AB Will Be MissedMarch 1, 2012 at 6:52 AM

    RIP, SIR

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  2. I don't think I've cried over someone's death in years. This is truly heartbreaking.

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    1. It's always nice to see the kind words from a caring and compassionate liberal. Way to be classy and brave too (Anonymous).

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    2. 32slim32 - Good afternoon... Long time, no hear.

      I agree. Debating taking these kind of things down, but again, as terrible as they are, they can speak all they want, and perhaps it offers a an insight to this kind of thinking.

      Also, did you do the candidate match quiz?

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  4. How did he go ?

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    1. Crack and hookers. It will do that to ya

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  5. You will be missed, but we will continue the fight!

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  6. I really like this memorial. A blog leaving a permanent blog post to the man. Very classy. Way to go.

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  7. I'm working in LA for a few months on Men In Black 3 and considered it my goal to meet him before I went back home. Since I can't meet him, I will do my best to honor him. RIP you man among mice.

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  8. good riddance... what a shmuck! lets place bets on who is next.... my bet is on rush....come on rush you know you want those pils… go ahead take the whole bottle...

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    1. Remember when liberals were tolerant, open-minded, sensitive, compassionate -- always open to different points of view, full of empathy & understanding?

      Me either.

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    2. Remember when you sucked my cock and I bitch slapped the fuck out of you ?
      Then your mother made me cookies and I made you watch while we proceeded to make Santorum ?

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    3. I guess he considers that an argument.

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  9. So, so sad. Devastated. He was much needed, he will be much missed. Rest in Peace, Mr. Breitbart. God Bless You and Your Family.

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  10. He has always given us reasons to fight. Now he has given us one BIG REASON to fight.

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    1. Really ? And what reason would that be ?

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  11. My mother taught say something nice or nothing at all. From where I sit, Andrew was a good man and made the world a better place.

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  12. Breitbart exemplified the passion,fortitude,courage,and Love of country,that should be embraced by all. He has become a martyr for conservative principles. He accepted his role head on.The joy the left takes in his death,echos the true thorn in their side he was. Our job now is to keep the fight going with such intensity,that they would prefer him over his legacy.Rest in Peace Andrew Breitbart.

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    1. Glass raised to Breitbart! Hear hear!

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