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Breitbart in the World – A beautiful Read

March 2, 2013 by  
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Yesterday, March 1st, marked the one year anniversary of the passing of Andrew Breitbart. Conservatives have lost a great spokesperson and our nation has lost a great patriot. The Breitbart enterprises are carrying on and honoring his name with some great leadership, but nobody has that in-your-face style quite like Andrew Breitbart. I only met Andrew once, shortly before his untimely death, and I am proud to say that I am better for it. I miss you, Andrew.
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In all of today’s tributes and remembrances to the late Andrew Breitbart, there is a common core, a central touch point. Andrew Breitbart was passionately doing something. Andrew Breitbart was accomplishing something. Andrew Breitbart was fighting for something, relentlessly and often in the face of incredible opposition. Andrew Breitbart was empowering somebody. Andrew Breitbart was the quintessential happy warrior. Andrew Breitbart was a man of action. Continue reading at: breitbart.com.

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2 Responses to “Breitbart in the World – A beautiful Read”
  1. Patricia Baldwin says:

    I read the following on Breitbart.com with great enthusiasm. Turns out the sequester is just what we need. Spending cuts for the next ten years as long as the republicans continue to fail to govern. That shouldn’t be any problem.

    (AP) WASHINGTON
    President Barack Obama has signed an order authorizing the government to begin cutting $85 billion from federal accounts, officially enacting across-the-board reductions that he opposed but failed to avert.

    Obama acted Friday, the deadline for the president and Congress to avoid the steep, one-year cuts.

    Obama has insisted on replacing the cuts, known as a “sequester” in government budget language, with tax increases and cuts spread out over time. Republicans have rejected any plan that included tax revenue.

    The government says the reductions will soon result in furlough notices to government employees and will trim government spending on defense contracts and in domestic government programs. Active military personnel and anti-poverty and low-income assistance programs are largely protected from the cuts.

  2. Jote' Thompson says:

    What really happened to Andrew Breitbart???????????????

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