Andrew Brietbart died yesterday. He was 43 years old. Internet entrepreneur, tireless fighter for the American way of life, husband, father, friend, hero. While I didn’t know him personally I was a fan of his work. Of course those on the uncivilized left couldn’t wait to start debasing his memory and distorting his achievements. This was the man who headed destroying one of the most crooked, most dishonest, most dangerous organizations every found on the fruited plain, ACORN. He spearheaded that particular exercise and others that sought to shine the light of truth into the dark, dank, degenerate actions of the anti-liberty left, and they hated him for it. It’s a very good thing it was reported that he died of natural causes, to find that anything else were the cause would have been tipping us into a very dark and dangerous place.
In the coming days however we will see the depths to which the “professional haters” will go to sully the memory of this man. As for the Rolling Stone if I had my way the building would be taken down, the people who work there would be deported to China, where they can learn how wonderful communism is up close and personal and those who have subscriptions should never be allowed to work with children. But I’m a reactionary. There will be all sorts of characters oozing out from under their rocks to malign someone they didn’t know but hated none the less. There will be claims of all sorts of things his family and friends will have to wade through. Some left-wing, angst filled, minding everyone else’s business but their own group will want to protest at his funeral, because of course that will hurt as many innocent bystanders, including young children as possible. Of course we will not see the hand wringing, sobbing, inconsolable outcry we did from the Whitney Houston suicide. The stark contrast between the groups should be eye-opening.
Someone at the top of their career. Someone who worked tirelessly to change and improve the lives of others by working to make sure they had the right to decide thing for themselves. He will not receive the out pouring emotion of someone who’s inability to control not just her career but her appetites, but who allowed her career to be destroyed by illegal and unethical behavior. Truthfully though, he wouldn’t want that kind of circus atmosphere anyway. He’d want people to stand up, pick up the standard, move forward and take back our country from those who seek to turn it into some european socialist utopia. He wouldn’t want to be canonized as St. Andrew but he should never be forgotten as a man who STOOD FOR LIBERTY.
Mr. Washington, Mr. Jefferson, Mr Adams and assembled founding fathers and American patriots, please welcome Andrew Breitbart, a good a faithful servant of his country.