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Thursday, March 1, 2012

More on Andrew's death - Greg Gutfeld

Conservatives and libertarians' "spiritual leader"
He's the only person I know who operated without a safety net. He always knew things would turn out the way they were supposed to - so he didn't worry about money or, i guess, his health, too much.

He was the spiritual leader of the modern conservative, libertarian cause. He was immersed in pop culture and wished to drag the right into the modern world - knowing this is how America speaks to the world. He was the heart of the matter. The fighter. Losing him is like a fiery planet going dark.
H/t Fox Nation

18 comments:

jgeleff said...

Ok, OK! Breitbart is dead. We feel bad. Great guy, exposing stuff, doing good work, but lets move on. Lets not treat him like he's George Washington. He wasn't. I love how much I'm seeing about him in death, but didn't see too much about him while he was alive. If he was this important, he should have appeared on people's blogs and Twitter accounts EVERY DAY. This feels like the right is trying to use him as some sort of transforming figure. Rest in peace, it's over now. It shouldn't become Whitney Houston's funeral. That's low class.

Chuck said...

Fuck off, you democrat shill.

Jarod said...

Silly Chuck

Chuck said...

Dickless dumbass jarod.

Ran / SVP said...

Perhaps we should ignore Jerry and Jarod (and jj), Chuck?

None of these Bozos could keep a job on a delivery truck... so their thoughts on a highly accomplished man like Breitbart don't exactly matter. They aren't moving the ball.

Talents like Greg Gutfeld and Dana Loesch and Eric are what matter. These folks are out there actually making things happen.

Guys like Jarod and JJ need a kleenex and a smoke after every post. World of difference.

Eric Dondero said...

Yeah, I agree Ran. Today, Dana Loesch and Greg Gutman are the true hero libertarians.

Gillespie, Dave Boaz, Tom Knapp, Radley Balko, et.al. are the libertarian wannabees.

Jarod said...

Yup, can't keep a delivery job, that's why I'm in biomedical engineering?... And for the record, I was commenting on Chuck's always infantile comments, not Breitbart's departure.

Ran / SVP said...

No-one cares what field posters claim to be in or what intelligence they pretend to have, Jarod. We can only judge by the direct evidence presented. It ain't always impressive. Jus' sayin'.

Eric Dondero said...

Jarod, how 'bout doing us a favor and commenting under your full name.

Thanks.

Eric - The Management

jgeleff said...

Oh, you're all so sad over the death of somebody you didn't even know. (except I guess Eric) Grow up. Stop acting like a 15 year old and grow the fuck up. You didn't know the guy, and if you did, you knew him on the periphery of your existence. I said it before, it's a shame, the guy did good work, had a family that depended on him, and he's gone. But is it necessary to wring our hands and cry over somebody we DIDN'T EVEN KNOW? I'll hate to see the way you handle real tragedy in your life if the death of somebody YOU DIDN'T EVEN KNOW throws you for such a loop. Stop being such drama queens.

jgeleff said...

Oh, let me add, you bunch of flaming faggots.

Will said...

jgeleff, I am neither a flaming faggot, or a fifteen year old wringing my hands over the death of a man I admired very much. But I'll tell you what you're not: a libertarian. Do you not understand they way markets work? Libertarians understand that if you don't like something, the market provides an infinite variety in which to choose from. Therefore, you are free to find a site that suits your fancy. Perhaps DailyPaul.Com... Camapaign For Liberty. I'm sure there are hundreds, if not thousands of blogs that will placate your needs, thus mitigate your anger, which affects health problems such as high blood pressure, stress, etc. I speak from experience. I would never go to The Daily Kos, and after years of trying to compartmentalize how I view LewRockwell.Com, I made a conscious decision to just let it go. Fence sitting is not a place where one can flourish, therefore, health, and longevity are paramount in my world.

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jgeleff said...

I'd bet I understand the way markets work better than you, Will. Extensive life study and experience have led me to this point. Along with that, I've acquired a lifetime of experience in dealing with real emotions, not convoluted emotions, or fake emotions. I've been up one side and down the other with real grief and I can state, unequivocally, that if you're bothered to the point of being depressed by the death of a person that you don't personally know, you're an emotional 15 year old drama queen. Sorry if you're offended, but I'm over it already.

Will said...

"I'd bet I understand the way markets work better than you, Will." Oh boy, here we go; a libertarian pissing contest!

Ok jgleff, you're right. You know more about markets than I, as you assert. I'm just a guy who is approaching his sixth decade , and has been self-employed since Reagan was in office. One couldn't possibly know a single thing about markets in that span of time, and experience. And of course, talking about a man much admired with folks I see on this site daily for years, puts me into the camp of fifteen year old drama queens. Pffftttt! Not a single fucking person from this site is wringing their hands over the death of Andrew Breitbart. The man just died yesterday for fuck sake. Tell me, why people can't talk about his life, and how he affected them, and how is this any of your fucking business? How is this different when a relative of someone we converse with just about daily recently passed away? I could see your point if all we did was go on endlessly for months on end about Breitbart, but as I pointed out, he hasn't been dead for forty-eight hours.

Chuck said...

Vermin like jigglejeff despise manly virtues. That's why the praise of good men bothers them so much. It's a mirror to what maggots they really are. Not that complicated really.

The Right Guy said...

I understand Jerry's point, as none of us really knew the guy, that said, the liberty movement, for the lack of a better phrase, lost a great champion and even though I never met him, some day I will and we'll have a lot to talk about.

jgeleff said...

Chuck spews his filth once again because he's emotionally retarded and probably wearing underwear that's too tight. Is the lace bothering you girly, crying over the death of somebody you don't even know? I'm sick of this false sentimentality. You can't possibly have any attachment to a person you don't know. It's not humanly possible.