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Don’t get mad, get even

Don’t get mad, get even

That’s been the theme for Videos of the Day this week and for the next few days.

This one deserves special attention.

It’s Ryan Clayton, a blogger at US Uncut, confronting Andrew Breibart at Netroots Nation 2011 in Minneapolis.

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More videos of people confronting Breibart from Netroots 2011  at Hot Air.

Think that was then and this is now?

Clayton crashed a showing of Hating Breitbart in Virginia and is hawking a video (not linking) shot at the theater claiming Breitbart’s “last words” on Twitter were “I apologize” but that is misleading.  More at Gateway Pundit.

Don’t get mad, get even.  Get motivated to crush them at the voting booth, just like in 2010.


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legalizehazing | October 20, 2012 at 9:58 pm

That was infuriating. It is unbelieveable the way he gloated about him being dead.

It does make me mad. Fuck you, Ryan Clayton.

Do we get even by crushing his Godless soul with a Romney Victory?

OH…MY…GOD !! could that young fellow screaming at andrew been any more obnoxious!?!…and so proud of himself for it ! i’m about the least violent person you are likely to meet and yet even i wanted to throttle that little creep.
i don’t know how andrew managed to keep his cool as well as he did in the face of this kind of abusive nonsense.

theduchessofkitty | October 20, 2012 at 10:09 pm

Hey – I remember his second-to-last Tweet.

“Apologize for WHAT?!?”

That should be our banner now.

Ah, the party of civility and tolerance.

In 17 days our long national nightmare will be over.

This is who the “Progessives, Libs, Left Wingers, Occupiers, Moonbats, etc” are.

Andrew Brietbart nailed them to a tee and will be remembered as a warrior to most of us.

Let’s carry on and defeat these assholes in such numbers that nobody will doubt what “normal” Americans are and believe in.

Anyone still ignorant enough to want to argue against the Democrat party not being the front for a fascist movement?

This is no joke:

MSNBC’s Matthews claims it’s unconstitutional for Romney to challenge Obama:

Fun experience:

I was in the county law library yesterday and overheard some guy off the street (using one of the computers) say to another clown off the street: “Your boy Romney was born in Mexico!” (Romney’s father was born in Mexico.)

I corrected him — and was clever enough not to make him think I purposely embarrassed him, while at the same time making sure he appeared to be a fool before 10 other impressionable people.

(Growing up in a major city does have its training benefits.)

I had a short run-in today with this twerp Ryan Clayton on twitter. He denied he was frogmarched out of the theater for causing a scene. Then popped a video “proving” he wasn’t, which was reportedly shot after he was removed from the screening.

What a little crapweasel he is. I’ve run into many of these over-the-top pushy gay activists on twitter over the last three years or so. They are amusing to toy with.

What really caused the financial meltdown? Read this and pass it on:

That young man is obviously incapable of adult behavior.