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Andrew Breitbart dead

Andrew Breitbart dead

Very sad news to report, just breaking.  Andrew Breitbart is dead.

Via Big Journalism:

Andrew passed away unexpectedly from natural causes shortly after midnight this morning in Los Angeles.

We have lost a husband, a father, a son, a brother, a dear friend, a patriot and a happy warrior.

Andrew lived boldly, so that we more timid souls would dare to live freely and fully, and fight for the fragile liberty he showed us how to love.

We should focus on how much good he did in standing up against the left-wing smear machine, which now will be celebrating for sure.

There are few people who are irreplaceable, but Andrew may have been one of those few.

Via Iowahawk:

From the archives:


From AP:

Breitbart was walking near his  house in the Brentwood neighborhood shortly after midnight Thursday when he  collapsed, his father-in-law Orson Bean said.

Someone saw him fall and  called paramedics, who tried to revive him. They rushed him to the emergency  room at UCLA Medical Center, Bean said.

Breitbart had suffered heart  problems a year earlier, but Bean said he could not pinpoint what happened.

“I don’t know what to say.  It’s devastating,” Bean told The Associated Press.

Ben Domenech:

A line from G.K. Chesterton, which I have for years considered a personal motto, always seemed to me an apt description of Breitbart’s life: “We are to regard existence as a raid or great adventure; it is to be judged, therefore, not by what calamities it encounters, but by what flag it follows and what high town it assaults.”

Andrew loved the fight because he loved his country. And so he charged up that hill, again and again, day after day, to smash the icons of the left. He was larger than life, and we will all miss him dearly.

RIP Andrew Breitbart: warrior, innovator, patriot.

Matt Drudge:

DEAR READER: In the first decade of the DRUDGEREPORT Andrew Breitbart was a constant source of energy, passion and commitment. We shared a love of headlines, a love of the news, an excitement about what’s happening. I don’t think there was a single day during that time when we did not flash each other or laugh with each other, or challenge each other. I still see him in my mind’s eye in Venice Beach, the sunny day I met him. He was in his mid 20’s. It was all there. He had a wonderful, loving family and we all feel great sadness for them today… MDRUDGE

Sarah Palin:

We are all stunned and saddened by the news of Andrew Breitbart’s passing. Andrew was a warrior who stood on the side of what was right. He defended what was right. He defended the defenseless.

It is so sad to consider his four young children who have lost their dad. All our prayers are with his family now. May God comfort his wife and children.

Many of us will have life-long memories of our work or encounters with Andrew. May we draw on those to help forward the cause of fighting for what is right. For me, just one of those memories was in Pella, Iowa, last year after the premier of “The Undefeated.” Andrew held court in the restaurant at the local hotel talking about his favorite topic: how “culture is upstream of politics” and how conservatives must be unafraid to fight the leftwing media, cultural, and political establishments. The loss of his voice in this fight will be deeply felt, but thankfully his work lives on at his “Bigs,” and thank God for his inspiration and leadership.

God bless you, Andrew. Rest in peace, friend. We will continue the fight.

Greg Gutfeld:

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.

Eric Boehlert of Media Matters, with whom Breitbart sparred daily on Twitter, had a very classy response:

By contrast, Matthew Yglesias, formerly of Think Progress and now of Slate Magazine, responded with a fitting complete lack of class:

Who could forget this? A classic.

Rush Limbaugh:

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I am in shock! What a loss! He was truly a fearless warrior. My sympathies to his family.

Heartbreaking news. What a loss for us all. Condolences to his family. RIP

I am absolutely floored. We conservatives have lost a true warrior and friend. This is very sad. RIP, Andrew.

This is sad, especially with all the hype surrounding “hating Breitbart” and the videos of Obama everyone wants to see. I wonder if he was really stressed out?

Mr. Breitbart was a true warrior, no fear, never sit down, never shut up. We pray for him, his family, friends and associates and in his honor, pray for our great country for which he so valiantly fought.

DINORightMarie | March 1, 2012 at 9:45 am

Devastating. Already the left is doing their happy dance over his death, according to the Daily Caller comments, insinuating a drug overdose. And those who suspect foul play, as well, are gearing up.

Prayers to his family and friends. Thankfully he wrote a great book, and leaves a legacy of inspiring videos to refresh our memories of his impact, his mission!

RIP, sir. You were and are a legend in your own time.

NC Mountain Girl | March 1, 2012 at 9:45 am

Let’s determine to win a few more fights for Andrew in the coming months and years.

My condolences to the family, but to be honest, I am sorry for us. There have been times when the death of a single person involved in a decisive issue has altered the course of a nation’s history. I hope this will not be one of those times.

We need somebody, or a lot of somebodies, to step up.

    raven in reply to Valerie. | March 1, 2012 at 10:11 am

    It’s the most significant loss of a cultural figure in my lifetime. I’m not exaggerating. As he often said, “politics is downstream from culture.” Like no one else Mr. Breitbart was redefining this culture on behalf of conservatives but more importantly for America. He was challenging narratives like no one else — in fact the very idea of “challenging the narrative” was not really a notion we fully understood before he made it manifest, before he put himself on the line for it with such joy and totality.

    Well said. I am well and truly gutted.

Truly stunning news. It’s difficult to imagine anyone carrying on the fight the way he was able to. He was fearless and unapologetic.

Truly a black day. Condolences to his family and friends.

He will be missed.

His “citizen journalist” advocacy must continue. The mainstream media must not be allowed to control the narrative.

His website was one of the first I logged on to everyday.

Prayers for his spirit and the comfort of his family.

A terrible loss for all of us.

I am speechless, I don’t know what to say. This is such a shock and my prayers go out to his family. RIP Andrew!

God what a loss. What a wonderful man, what an indispensable warrior. I’m devastated. America should be too. No one can take his place. I’m crushed.

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Henry Hawkins | March 1, 2012 at 10:02 am

Requiem in pacem, bonum amicus.

Cowboy Curtis | March 1, 2012 at 10:06 am

Lets pray 100 rise up to take his place. He was undoubtedly the gutsiest man in American politics, a happy warrior fighting the good fight.

Mighty big shoes to fill. Who’s up to it?

Very, very bad news.   First for Andrew’s family, and then for the country as a whole.

The left will be giddy with glee.

This is truly a dark day.

My husband has been listening to Fox News and Hannity said that AB had a heart condition, went for a walk in LA last night and collapsed.

I’m in shock. My God, who will replace this giant?
Please pray for his family.

Put me into the “there is foul play here” somewhere camp.

I’ve been accused of being a conspiracy theorist, but before ANYTHING is ruled out I would be looking for a forensic heavy investigation of the last 72 hours or so of Brietbart’s life. I’ve done enough industrial accident investigation, financial investigation and Guardian ad Litem investigation to know that when something feels wrong, there usually IS something wrong.

It’s just a little TOO convenient that just a few short weeks ago at CPAC Brietbart said he’s got footage of Obama at college and some of Obama’s college records, and suddenly now he’s dead? Uh-uh. That is a BIG RED FLAG.

There may be nothing here, but I would want someone to take a REALLY close look at it.

He won’t be forgotten.

When I think of him, it will always be with a few lines from an Edna St. Vincent Millay (A Few Figs From Thistles) sonnet:

“My candle burns at both ends
It will not last the night,
But ah, my foes and oh, my friends
It gives a lovely light”

Shit! This is just about the worst news we’ve had this entire year. He was irreplacable. He will be missed.

But if anyone needs a TRUE picture of the American Left, just check out the Twitter feeds of the moonbats, the forums of Daily Kos and Huffpo, etc, etc; They will be crowing with joy and brimming with vitriol, somehow viewing tragedy as political victory…

Shocking. Rest in peace Andrew and condolences to his family.

MaggotAtBroadAndWall | March 1, 2012 at 10:22 am

There was no greater champion of the Tea Party. He was always willing to appear at Tea Party rallies and give speeches at them. Rick Santelli may have given a rant to spawn the movement, but Breitbart nurtured it to help make it grow and flourish. For that, I will always be grateful.

I once called Breitbart the William Buckley of our generation because Breitbart knew how to use “new media” to great advantage to spread the conservative message, just as Buckley used “old media” by founding National Review, writing books, giving speeches, and hosting television programs to advance conservatism.

I can think of no higher compliment than to compare him to the father of the modern conservative movement.

Shocking and sad. He touched all of our lives. Condolences to his family and close friends who have a devastatingly tragic loss to deal with.

jeannebodine | March 1, 2012 at 10:29 am

This is the first time Andrew did not bring a smile to my face. I haven’t been this devastated over the loss of someone I didn’t know personally since I can remember.

Prayers for his family as their pain will be unimaginable. Prayers for us that we can remember the gifts Andrew gave us to keep his dream alive.

I’d like to know where Eric Holder was last night. In all likelihood, Sheriff Joe Arpaio is wondering where he is right now.

Last year I met Andrew at a King Street Patriot seminar. And in his memory, I will tell you the story he told me, that more than any story I know, represents Andrew’s approach to the left and how he was willing to pull their chains:

A friend of Andrew’s called him and told him that ACORN was protesting at a bank in Andrew’s home town. Andrew agreed to meet his friend at the ACORN rally. When they got there, Andrew lifted the trunk of his car and got out a set of roller blades. He put them on, and went into the crowd that was shouting “We are ACORN, mighty, mighty ACORN.” Andrew asked them what they were protesting about, filming them as he skated by the people shouting “We are ACORN, mighty, mighty ACORN.”

Andrew said no one could tell him why they were protesting, just that they had been called by ACORN hqs to protest the bank. But he said the crowd was preventing the bank from conducting normal business so he, still skating on his roller blades, started telling the protesters that they were done and were all to meet up at Denny’s (which was just a few blocks away). He said that as he skated to different ACORN protesters, he would tell them the protest was over and they were supposed to meet up at Denny’s.

Andrew laughed so hard as he told us how the crowd dispersed within about 20 minutes and descended on Denny’s. The protesters left and went to Denny’s and Andrew went home.

He, one man, ended a protest by ACORN.

Andrew was pure California. Had he been a girl, we would have called him a valley girl. He didn’t hate the left, he just wanted to expose them for what they are; liars and hypocrites. And he reveled in doing just that. He used social media against the left, and was the best in the business when it came to exposing the dishonesty of the left.

He will be missed. He, more than anyone on the conservative team, showed the left up for what they really are.

This is just devastating news.

Normally, I’m not a conspiracy theorist, but this is just too coincidental, being that Andrew had some evidence on Obama.

Andrew was a true patriot and will be missed.

    logos in reply to Scorpio51. | March 1, 2012 at 11:40 am

    Who is Georgi Markov

      theduchessofkitty in reply to logos. | March 1, 2012 at 12:33 pm

      This was Georgi Markov – from Wikipedia:

      “Georgi Ivanov Markov (Bulgarian: Георги Иванов Марков) (March 1, 1929 – September 11, 1978) was a Bulgarian dissident writer.

      Markov originally worked as a novelist and playwright, but in 1969 he defected from Bulgaria, then governed by President Todor Zhivkov. After relocating to the West, he worked as a broadcaster and journalist for the BBC World Service, the US-funded Radio Free Europe, and Germany’s Deutsche Welle. Markov used such forums to conduct a campaign of criticism against the incumbent Bulgarian regime. As a result of this, it has been speculated that the Bulgarian government may have decided to silence him, and may have asked the KGB for help.[1] He died as a result of an incident on a London street when a micro-engineered pellet containing ricin was fired into his leg via an umbrella wielded by someone with possible links to the Bulgarian secret police.”

      He was murdered.

      I don’t think Andrew was.

Heartbreaking. RIP Andrew.

what a terrible loss for the good guys.

No doubt, he will be in Heaven this morning, having coffee and sharing stories with Dorothy Kilgallen and Lt. Harris.

Rest in Peace Andrew Breitbart and in this devastating time may God comfort and protect your family.

We will continue this battle for freedom with the your warrior spirit moving us towards victory. Let’s win this one for Andrew!

southcentralpa | March 1, 2012 at 10:58 am

I will pray for the repose of his soul.

And I sincerely hope he made arrangements for a “dead man’s switch” to release of the Obama in college material.

I forgot that Andrew’s father-in-law was Orson Bean.

I remember an appearance of Orson Bean on the Merv Griffin Show where Orson said that he refused to buy life insurance because he wasn’t going to give into death. It only stands to reason that a guy who had the same attitude would marry his daughter.

    theduchessofkitty in reply to Neo. | March 1, 2012 at 12:36 pm

    Wasn’t Orson Bean blacklisted way back then in Hollywood, long before Conservatives?

    I am not counting in this man having any conspiracy thoughts on the death of his son-in-law, because he must now comfort his daughter and grandchildren, but…

SoCA Conservative Mom | March 1, 2012 at 11:04 am

Shocked and saddened this morning. My prayers are with his family this morning.

MaggotAtBroadAndWall | March 1, 2012 at 11:06 am

“Liberals Celebrate Death of Andrew Breitbart”:

I just can’t imagine why anybody would trust hateful, heartless, compassionateless, cretins like this with even the tiniest amount of political power. Not surprisingly, the despicable Matt Yglesias, who was one of the first to take to twitter to falsely smear Sarah Palin and blame her with the Gabby Gifford shooting, sets the example for the other vile assholes to emulate.

Just horrible, horrible people.

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Did not Andrew have dinner in Chicago recently, a dinner with two of the ugliest murdering thugs in America? A couple who see other peoples’ lives a commodities to use as needed to “higher” Social ends?

Andrew looked rough at CPAC.

I’d like to see a toxicology report.

“Andrew lived boldly, so that we more timid souls would dare to live freely and fully, and fight for the fragile liberty he showed us how to love.”

“We should focus on how much good he did in standing up against the left-wing smear machine, which now will be celebrating for sure. There are few people who are irreplaceable, but Andrew may have been one of those few.”

Both are very well put. Simply, to me, he was an inspiration and revelation. Fearless, quick on his feet, willing to take the fight straight to the enemy. The kind of courage that moves others.

He also understood that we are facing a media cultural war, one that happens outside of politics, one which many lament but few do anything about or really understand the terrain on which battles are won or lost.

The news makes me sad in a way that all the obits of celebrities and others rarely (never?) do, its a real loss of a hero. We lose someone having an impact on and fighting for such basic principles and liberties to die at such a young age (we are not far apart in age), a cause that I too have become so vested in (and given my increasing contributions, so invested in).

To his family, I can only wish the best during a time of loss and grieving, and hope they can take some small solace from the many supporters. It is but one small measure of the man himself, but it is one that he had real influence and impact in his David vs. Goliath / Paul Revere role of leading the charge and alerting all to the menace to our freedom.

The most fitting tribute I can think of is to all carry on a greater share of the load to do what needs to be done. And maybe buy a copy of his book and gift it to a fellow fan or fence-sitting friend out there.

Soldier on.

It seems that Breitbart might have succumbed to a heart problem he may have been ignoring to do his citizen-based activism.

I shudder to think about what is being written the comments sections on opposition websites today.

    theduchessofkitty in reply to Mutnodjmet. | March 1, 2012 at 11:29 am

    You do bring an important point here. Maybe he was being a little careless as far as his heart health is concerned. And at age 43… That’s too young! My husband is 42 and will turn 43 in a few months. Again, that’s too young!

    This is a real loss for all of us. He was quite bold – and he wanted us to be the same. Fearless in the face of evil.

    Again: He was Fearless in the face of Evil.

    I hope his eternal reward is huge, and that his family is somewhat comforted by the fact that he used his talents for good, God and country.

    Activism is not easy on one’s hart, I imagine.

theduchessofkitty | March 1, 2012 at 11:33 am

Only the good die young, I guess.

Rest in Peace, our dear Friend. And Thank You.

And to his enemies, in his own words: “Go. To. Hell!”

See all of the disgusting comments on Yahoo. The “loving left?” Just a bunch of hateful whiners.

theduchessofkitty | March 1, 2012 at 11:39 am

You should all see Joshua Treviño’s tweet! On Ace’s site.

So, incredibly sad. I pray for his wife and children that God will comfort them. He achieved so much in such a short life. A life truly well-lived. May his soul rest in peace.

Dreadful news. We all must pick up Andrew’s flag and move forward, proudly.

Rest in Peace Andrew Breitbart.

Mourn as you fight.

Pray for his soul and be inspired by him to fight, no more sitting down, complaining – be vocal, opinionated, and ruthless with integrity because we are right and Mr. Breitbart knew it.

I’m still in shock.

Can’t believe he’s gone. Just gone.

As far as the conspiracy theorists–I understand the reaction.

I’m not in your camp.

Not until and unless something tangible comes to light. To perpetuate a conspiracy is irresponsible.

Get a hold of your emotions.

As far as the left, Andrew would expect nothing less.

I’m absolutely stunned. RIP.

I am absolutely heart broken…

LukeHandCool | March 1, 2012 at 12:32 pm

This is just heartbreaking. First of all for his wife and four children … my heart goes out to them.

And his parents, who were no doubt so proud of Andrew’s accomplishments after he was a mediocre student and slacker until he found his calling.

I knew his father, Gerry, as a customer at one of my dad’s stores. He was always polite and cheerful. He and his wife adopted Andrew. They are surely devastated.

I feel like I knew him as we grew up in the same neighborhood at about the same time.

Listening to the Dennis Miller radio show on the internet. Andrew often guest hosted Dennis’s show and was great friends with Dennis and his producer, Christian. One writer at Andrew’s sites called in and told Dennis that Andrew idolized him and truly loved him. Dennis replied that when he was out with Andrew, he felt like he was part of the Rat Pack.

It’s awful to see someone die so young. Especially someone so admirable. My deepest condolences to his family and friends.

Let us be even more committed to using our ballot boxes to defeat the forces of darkness that Mr Breitbart has been fighting on our behalf.

TeaPartyPatriot4ever | March 1, 2012 at 12:40 pm

I’m still in shock.. I just can’t believe it..

I can only hope that I, and all the other Tea Party Reagan Conservatives, keep the Andrew Breitbart fight against injustice and media bias for the rest of our lives, as Andrew would have done with the same continued devoted passion.

I send my most sincerest condolences to the Breitbart Family, in this most tragic of hours. I pray for the Family.

Rest in Peace Andrew Breitbart

LukeHandCool | March 1, 2012 at 12:32 pm

Thank you for letting us “see” Andrew as he was.

    LukeHandCool in reply to MAB. | March 1, 2012 at 1:01 pm


    I hate to think of the agony his elderly parents are suffering today. I can’t think of anything worse than losing your child. Andrew often thanked his parents for adopting him, and he was proud to have been raised a Jew (he was ethnically Irish, he found out about his birth parents).

    Reading his book, I identified so much with him. I knew the places here on the westside of which he spoke. And, like him, I abandoned liberalism and the Democratic Party … while surrounded by leftists.

    He really embodied the good things and the blessings of growing up here on the westside of LA. You don’t meet that many people here who are so family-oriented and so cheerful about life, yet fearless about being in the ideological minority. What a character!

LukeHandCool | March 1, 2012 at 12:46 pm

This is why the left truly frightens me. I don’t wish harm or suffering on any of my political ideology opponents. They are opponents, not enemies. I don’t personally know anybody on the right who wishes people on the left harmed or dead.

But the left is different. Behold the tolerant ones:

    theduchessofkitty in reply to LukeHandCool. | March 1, 2012 at 1:07 pm

    Those people gave up their souls to evil a long time ago.

    Andrew Breitbart knew it. That’s why he mustered fearlessness and courage and fought back.

    Let that fearlessness he had in spades be doubled in his legacy to us.

    2 Kings 2:9-11
    “And it came to pass, when they were gone over, that Elijah said unto Elisha, Ask what I shall do for thee, before I be taken away from thee. And Elisha said, I pray thee, let a double portion of thy spirit be upon me.

    And he said, Thou hast asked a hard thing: nevertheless, if thou see me when I am taken from thee, it shall be so unto thee; but if not, it shall not be so.

    And it came to pass, as they still went on, and talked, that, behold, there appeared a chariot of fire, and horses of fire, and parted them both asunder; and Elijah went up by a whirlwind into heaven.”

    Let Andrew Breitbart’s spirit of fearlessness be doubled inside all of us!

      LukeHandCool in reply to theduchessofkitty. | March 1, 2012 at 1:27 pm

      Right on, duchessofkitty!

      On Dennis Miller’s show today, one caller was talking about how much people on the left really hated Andrew.

      Dennis replied, “Yeah, that’s because Andrew shone a spotlight on all their crap.”

      It just boggles the mind. I don’t hate anybody. I’ve met people I don’t care for much … but I don’t hate anybody.

      It’s maddening that they portray us as haters. Just maddening.

      And that’s when I have to force myself to laugh … I don’t ever want to become like them. Life is too short and precious to spend one single minute in hatred.

He did not go gently into the night
Full of humor, courage & absolute insight
Great Warrior in exposing truth for us all
Citizen Journalists he inspired to heed the call

Andrew wanted all to take up the fight
Which he’ll now direct from a loftier site
We pause for a moment him to salute
Then continue the cause for which he stood

theduchessofkitty | March 1, 2012 at 12:59 pm

This should also be a wake-up call to all of us not to neglect our health. Our fight is long, hard and stressful: The Cause can not benefit from neglect of our health.

Take care of your tickers beginning today, at least in Andrew’s memory.

If you haven’t been at your doctor’s office in a long while, make an appointment today. Your health comes first. If you do have problems with your heart, do not neglect your cardiologist’s advice.

Eat the right things. Exercise. I’m sure he did.

Don’t neglect your prescribed medications. If you must, take supplements. Niacin is good for your heart and blood vessels, and so are fish and flax-seed oils.

Do yourself a favor and read a copy of The South Beach Diet Heart Health Revolution. I did, and it helped me learn a lot about my heart. It’s on paperback, so it won’t cost you much. And keep it handy in your home library.

    Good advice. The low GI Diet Revolution is great too. I discovered it a few years ago. I have no health problems but I want to stay healthy. I eat right, use a treadmill, walk in the park w my dogs and bicycle. Limit my stress and embrace positivity. A sense of spiritual fulfillment is a must.

Hope Change | March 1, 2012 at 1:06 pm

I loved — love — Andrew Breitbart. I remember seeing him on C-SPAN, — maybe 2010 — in New Hampshire, with the ubiquitous glass of ice water in his hand, at the podium, yelling about the MSM to the crowd, “These decadent bastards are going down!” And from that moment, Andrew Breitbart was one of my heroes.

What was the world like before Andrew? I have been looking forward to “the next thing” Andrew Breitbart would do, ever since I found out about him.

Andrew, Andrew. I’m so sorry! I imagine Heaven is great, but I wish you were still here with us. God Bless You, Andrew! God Bless and keep your family!

    theduchessofkitty in reply to Hope Change. | March 1, 2012 at 1:24 pm

    “Andrew, Andrew. I’m so sorry! I imagine Heaven is great, but I wish you were still here with us.”

    I can imagine him saying right now, “But I’m not done! Why did You take me away? Why did You take me here? I’m not done over there yet!” I wouldn’t put it past him.

      Taxpayer1234 in reply to theduchessofkitty. | March 1, 2012 at 1:49 pm

      I can imagine it, too; but I can also imagine his extreme anguish to see the pain his family is enduring right now. I bet he’ll spend a great amount of time watching over them, and that’s as it should be.

Andrew, you are in the arms of angels and the Heavenly Father now. You left the world better than you found it and that is always a good thing. We are all praying for your wife, kids, family and friends. Rest assured that you played a vital role in getting this country to realize they were slowly losing their country. And we will continue to carry on the mission of restoring it.

Taxpayer1234 | March 1, 2012 at 1:47 pm

The best way we can honor Andrew’s memory is to finish what he started.

RIP, Andrew. You happily carried a huge burden, and now you can rest.

Greg in Denver | March 1, 2012 at 2:05 pm

I just gave my first donation ever to a blog site, to the Professor, it made me feel better. I recommend you who are reading this do so also. I changed a bit today, stronger, more articulate, ready and happy to engage in battle. As a conservative I always find the silver lining, may you also out there. And now to join a tea party…

Greg in Denver

I guess God needed him more.

Kerrvillian | March 1, 2012 at 3:18 pm

Dealing with multiple losses here. Brietbart’s passing was a shock but not the only one for me. Before I found out about his death I learned of a fellow local cyclist killed as she rode along a roadway here. A road I ride myself all the time.

I want to grab the bottle and drink till I feel numbness.

I want to shed tears and am doing so.

I want to –

    LukeHandCool in reply to Kerrvillian. | March 1, 2012 at 4:21 pm

    Take care and hope you feel better, Kerrvillian. 🙂

    Go for a walk. Don’t drink. It only makes things worse.

Juba Doobai! | March 1, 2012 at 5:30 pm

I’m in shock. Just got up and read the news here and a new day that’s dimmed considerably. What a loss his family has suffered! What a devastating blow to Conservative media. May Breitbart’s lessons to us be internalized and practiced. May God’s perpetual light shine upon him and may he rest in peace. May God comfort his family in their tie of sorrow.

Why don’t you start with the massive conspiricy to coverup obama’s forged birth documents and Selective Service Card…And that’s only the beginning of the massive fraud involved in obama’s entire life history….Not one story on Sheriff Joe’s News Conference yet on your blog ?!?!?…Are you even aware who Breitbart’s last interview was with ??? Yup, It was Sheriff Joe. That was the big news he was refering to that was going to happen on 3/1/2012….