Kamis, 01 Maret 2012

UPDATE: Andrew Breitbart�s legacy will live on with thousands of conservative bloggers

By now you may have already heard that Andrew Breitbart, a giant in the conservative blogasphere passed away last night at the age of 43. My thoughts and prayers go to his wife and children he leaves behind way to soon.

As predictable as the sun coming up in the morning, the Leftwing idiotsphere are very happy (See Weasel Zippers to see how the so-called compassionate Left are truly vile) about Andrew�s untimely death.

But, I have a message for these people. His work will continue at The Last Tradition and a thousand other conservative blogs who are dedicated to exposing the dangers of Liberalism.

RIP Andrew!

We got this!


Matt Taibbi of Rolling Stone Magazine is one of the Left�s most celebrated writers. You�d think somebody of that stature would show some class in commenting on Andrew Breitbart�s death. Think aagain he writes:

"Breitbart is dead. Here�s what I have to say to that, and I�m sure Breitbart himself would have respected this reaction: Good! Fuck him. I couldn�t be happier that he�s dead.

I say this in the nicest possible way. I actually kind of liked Andrew Breitbart. Not in the sense that I would ever have wanted to hang out with him, or even be caught within a hundred yards of him without a Haz-Mat suit on, but I respected the shamelessness. Breitbart didn�t do anything by halves, and even his most ardent detractors had to admit that he had a highly developed, if not always funny, sense of humor."

Classy guy, huh?

The Last Tradition is fast becoming one of the most popular political blogs on the net. Don�t miss out on the fun and tell a friend.

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