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Andrew Breitbart Dead At 43. March 1, 2012

Posted by littlebangtheory in Love and Death, Politics and Society.
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Cause of death:  a soul poisoned by bigotry and hatred.

Goodbye, Andrew.  Give my regards to Satan.

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1. Diane L Mccracken - March 1, 2012

Powerful! Sad! What a lesson!

was he a friend…

2. STUBERRY - March 1, 2012

Your a mormon!!!

3. stuberry - March 1, 2012

You are a typical liberal POS without morals, helping to drive our society into the crapper you came from. Your hate is despicable, what makes our society great is that we can disagree and still get along moron. He had a wife and four kids, you pathetic low life.

btchakir - March 3, 2012

Too bad he didn’t care about the spouses and children of his targets, nor were his racist attacks helpful to promoting American freedoms. I believe this is probable proof of the existence of God.

4. TheCunningRunt - March 1, 2012

Stuberry, welcome to Little Bang Theory.

Obviously, we view Breitbart’s passing differently. As a person with a Christian upbringing, I found the last ten years of Andrew’s life to be antithetical to everything Jesus of Nazareth taught (Jeez is a personal hero of mine, and I try to live by his example.) Breitbart spent his days dreaming up lies and duplicitous schemes to disenfranchise the poor and corral the minds of ill-informed dim-wits. His life ended 43 years too late for my liking, and stands as a powerful argument for making abortion retroactive.

As for his four children, I’m not sure if I should be more sorry that they lost their Dad, or that their Dad was Andrew Breitbart. His wife gets no such benefit of my moral ambiguity regarding his kids. She’s an adult, and chose to stand by this human stain, which makes her complicit in his evil. Good luck to her going forward; perhaps, once freed of his influence, she’ll find a more righteous path.

BTW, I generally correct the typos and punctuation of my commentors, as anyone can trip over their fingers. But your little hissy-fit warrants being left just as you sent it. It kinda proves my point about Breitbart’s flock of rubes.

Have a nice day. 😉

5. MadPriest - March 2, 2012

From Wiki: “In the hours immediately following Senator Ted Kennedy’s death, Breitbart called Kennedy a “villain”, a “duplicitous bastard”, a “prick” and “a special pile of human excrement.””

I think you have been quite restrained in comparison, CR.

btchakir - March 3, 2012

And remember.. teddy was a father with children (as we keep hearing from Breitbart followers about Andrew.)

6. TheCunningRunt - March 2, 2012

MadPriest, hullo! Great to hear from you (which reminds me to be a better reader, as I haven’t visited in too long!)

Yes, Breitbart was a piece of work, mean-spirited to the bone. One wonders what psychic insult he suffered in his past to turn out this way. I usually try not to judge others (Jeez didn’t, and he’s my template,) but Andrew’s life was such a monument to lies and pissing on the poor that I can’t hide my disgust.

7. Ursula - March 2, 2012

So the fucker just dropped dead, eh? I call that karma.

What’s most fascinating, as I reread your (uncharacteristically short) post, is that nothing you said was out of line or even all that bitter. The poor man was, quite evidently, a pained, mean, tainted individual. And with regard to his afterlife, we can guarantee that whatever Hell he may have believed in has a special, cozy corner awaiting him. These statements are just based on his own faith’s doctrine. He was a bad, bad man; bad, bad men will meet their end with double hockey sticks.

And not to belabor the point, but I did have to lol at “Your a mormon!!!” for more reasons than a few. Oh sheesh. It made my morning. But I won’t go any further because I think you addressed that asinine accusation thoroughly and diplomatically.

-Ursula Maria

8. TheCunningRunt - March 2, 2012

Well, what else can a moral person do? 😉

9. Nixon is Lord - March 3, 2012

I hope that Mary Jo gets to watch Teddy drown, over and over again.
Breitbart is unknown to me.
Jesus means absolutely nothing to me, except as a fantasy figure for people with too much time on their hands.

10. TheCunningRunt - March 3, 2012

NIL, what an interesting word salad! Jesus is a fiction to you, yet you trust in some sort of afterlife where “justice” is served!

I’m impressed, though not positively, that you don’t know who Andrew Breitbart was but nonetheless feel compelled to offer your opinion on… Ted Kennedy???

HAAAAAAHAHAHAHAHAHAAAA!

11. T. Matt - March 3, 2012

Fighting hate with hate? Love is everything. Love is everything. Love. With this post you have shown you have no more character than he had; you are no better than him. In the mind of man all wrong is just as powerful of a coruption upon ourselves. You can not fight hate with hate, in doing so you’re on Andrew Breitbart side.

12. TheCunningRunt - March 3, 2012

Matt, no hate here, only pity and disgust. I agree that love is the noblest of sentiments, and choose it as The Path whenever feasible, but I refuse to sit down and shut up in the face of bullying bigots. I’ve been a “nice guy” for most of my life, and watched good people be damaged by bad people far too often. As an old Dust-Farter, I’ve taken up the sword of truth, and if pointing at liars and calling BULLSHIT on them costs me my soul, so be it. I’m a lot less worthy of eternal salvation than some of the poor and powerless people who might benefit by my fighting back, and am willing to take one for the team here.

As for poor Andrew, I think I’ve been more fair to him than he was to his countless victims. I began by noting that he had poisoned his own soul with hatred, went on to surmise that he must have lived with some pain of which I’m unaware, exonerated his children from any responsibility for his unconscionable attitudes, and wished his widow luck and peace in the rest of her (hopefully long) life.

And while you’re correct that I’m no better than him, I’m trying. That’s all I can presently do.

Thanks for your positivity, and for reminding me to strive toward that ideal.

13. Diane L Mccracken - March 4, 2012

Little Bang Theory,

Your responses in this post remind me of your pictures! 🙂

Blessings,
Diane

14. TheCunningRunt - March 4, 2012

Diane, that’s an interesting observation. I guess I try to keep my pants on and be thoughtful and deliberate in both spheres, hoping the results will reflect my intentions. I guess I never correlated the two prior to now, but suspect I will do so going forward.

Thank you for adding this aspect to my self-conception!


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