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Tag: Andrew Breitbart
I am in-between flights at this moment, and thought I might share a little something about the Righty Blogosphere.
The well being of our nation might well fall on the reporting and writing done here, on other conservative blogs, and in new media in general.
The dead tree media has no interest in printing the whole truth. Obama's pet peacock is certainly not going to offer a scintilla of balanced challenge to the president, even while their stockholders take some of the hits that come with a failing economy. CNN? Right. None of the news 'giants' are expected to offer a fair balance of criticism towards 'the won', and Romney might have gains seen, only to be followed up by another revealing look at his childhood; perhaps a toilet papering incident.
And THEN we have to deal with the folks who don't seem to like us so much (as we pad their electoral majorities) like Brooks Patterson. Someone who might consider a veteran and engineer unsuitable because he cannot be put underfoot. That kind of battle is unnecessary and unfortunately bruises feelings a bit. It stresses the relationships we need in the November cycle. The one's that used to spawn THEIR question: "will you support our guy in Nov?"
We have. Will they reciprocate?
With a multifaceted task at hand, we proceed. We have a responsibility to provide the truth, and speak out for our true conservative brothers. We also can have some fun in the meantime.
My final flight is in 40 minutes. Go below the fold and enjoy.
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Tragic news for conservatives and those who follow biggovernment.com etc.
Andrew Breitbart has passed away of unknown causes. Recently Breitbart announced he was in possession of videos of Barack Obama in college, and has broken news resulting in the resignation of hard left Democrat Anthony Weiner.
A couple of months ago, we hosted him in Traverse City, Michigan for an AFP event, and I was fortunate to spend some time with him on a Michael Moore hunt downtown.
His wit, candor, and value to our community will be missed.
Our prayers go to his family as we grieve for their loss as well.
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Americans for Prosperity brought Andrew Breitbart, Michelle Malkin, and Ann McIlhenny to Traverse city for an all day event. Also included was Hillsdale Economist Gary Wolfram, CEI's Vincent Vernuccio, and others.
One stands out. If you ever get a chance to run across this guy, you will understand NO ONE knows liberals like he does.
Off. The. Hook.
Next up? In the AM.
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