Andrew Breitbart is one of my heroes.
You can learn all about him from other sites, but I want to make the point that Andrew was not a cradle conservative. If you grew up in West LA, would you be? Read his book “Righteous Indignation” to read about his moments of clarity that brought him around. If you read The Huffington Post or The Drudge Report, you can thank Andrew for contributing to both.
Also, Andrew’s death hit me in another way. He and I were born five days apart in 1969. Once I learned about him I kept watching his work with a mirror to the side to look at my life alongside his. I hope I can achieve at least a piece of what Andrew has accomplished.
Andrew, I ask God to bless and keep your wife, four children, and extended family and friends. Please keep an eye on America.
“So Andrew Breitbart is dead. Here’s what I have to say to that, and I’m sure Breitbart himself would have respected this reaction: Good! F[***] him. I couldn’t be happier that he’s dead.”
Read the rest. We always need to know what soulless beings inhabit the earth.