sunset from behind the wire

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Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Hating Breitbart

How much do you hate him?



Do you remember him?

In RIGHTEOUS INDIGNATION, Breitbart talks about the key issues that Americans face, how he has aligned himself with the Tea Party, and how one needs to deal with the liberal news world head on. 

Some bloggers and two kids with a camera:

Andrew Breitbart unmasked ACORN, the largest community activist group in America and a keystone in Obama's strategy to 'fundamentally transform America'. 

Do you remember them?

James O'Keefe and Hannah Giles went to multiple ACORN offices around the country and asked ACORN to help them find tax breaks for their brothel, in which they claimed to employ underage illegal immigrants. Yes, they explicitly stated that was their business - underage human trafficking. And the ACORN people sprang into action to help them further their criminal scheme to exploit the helpless with TAXPAYER DOLLARS! 

Within weeks, Congress unanimously voted to defund one of the largest community activists groups in the country... because of some bloggers and a couple of kids with a camera.


Andrew Breitbart passed away because of a heart attack this year, but we all owe him, and we owe it to him to see the movie about the man that took the liberal establishment and the mainstream media to school, all on his own.

YOU OWE HIM!




Don't forget to see OBAMA'S AMERICA - 2016,
in theaters now
















10 comments:

  1. Breitbart rocked the HOUSE! He reminded the libs how scared they are of their own shadows. And they hated him for it.

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    1. "Hating Brietbart" will be coming to a theater near you.

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  2. Concur with Opus, and I DO plan on seeing 2016!

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    1. I don't think that it will be anything new for you, however, it's well packaged and it helps define who the REAL Obama is. I think it's worth the ticket and as of now, 2016 is in Hollywood's top ten grossing films. (a portent for the election?)

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  3. Two flicks I have to put on my calendar. Hopefully, I'll enjoy both for a change.

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  4. I do miss him. I remember when I heard that he passed, and I thought there would be a huge void...and its still there. He wasn't a cheerleader for the Right, he was a Mike linebacker.

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    1. We've muddled through without him but he got the ball rolling with a massive bounce. And as I mentioned, we all owe him even though he's gone. They need to name an aircraft carrier after him.

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  5. Hate requires effort and concentration. obama is not worth the effort it would take to hate him.

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    1. I don't hate Barack Obama. I think it would be good if he left public life and settled into the life of a political gadfly in Chicago, for example. He's not a fit leader.

      America elected Obama and America bears responsibility for the failed years when we've lacked competent leadership. I see no room for hatred.

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