Friday, March 2, 2012

Rest in Peace, Andrew Breitbart

We on the right are saddened by the loss of Andrew Breitbart. We have lost a champion, a visionary, and a happy warrior. A man whose flame burned brightly and all too briefly.

I admired him from afar, as did many in the conservative blogosphere. He was respected for his honesty and passion, and loathed by those on the left for those same reasons. He had an unwavering dedication to the truth and spoke it at all times.

My condolences to his family. May God give you strength and comfort.

There's not much I can say that hasn't been said already, and more eloquently, by those who were fortunate enough to have known or met him personally. So, in the spirit of the great circle of life here on the Internet, I'll just post a link or two...

Sunshine State Sarah has a good roundup of links, and she's inviting them.

Greg Gutfeld and his crew at FNC's The Five share their memories of Andrew Breitbart.

Just so you don't forget what AB and we're fighting against, here's a list of Communist Goals. These are no secret, as they were read into the Congressional Record back in 1963. Here's Goal Number 14.

Infiltrate the media.

So, the question naturally arises, "What do we do now?" The answer is, "Let a Warrior's Life and Passing Lead Your Righteous Indignation."

What Would Breitbart Do?

We will mourn for a while, and then we shall take up his sword and continue the fight. He is gone, but he shall return, and he shall be millions.

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