March 1, 2012

ANDREW BREITBART HAS DIED. “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.” (Bumped).

UPDATE: A Whirlwind Dies.

Plus this:

ANOTHER UPDATE: Matt Yglesias shows his true colors, along with a lot of other people. Schmuck.

Related: Twitter Hate: The Left’s Breitbart Memorial. Retweet all the nasty stuff they say — it’s what Andrew would have wanted. He liked to expose these people for who they were, rather than who they pretended to be. He continues to do that even in death.

And reader Jonathan Rubinstein writes: “The outpouring of ghoulish and sophmoric hatred at the death of Andrew Breitbart is a warning to us all that the remaking of America is not a conversation over coffee in the late afternoon. The real struggles that are ahead have hardly begun. Politics is ruthless and the failed political class will not go quietly. The disgusting comments are not a tribute to the decline not of civility — there has never been much in America — but the complete disintegration of self-respect. We will engage, we will remake America, we will miss Breitbart but there will be many more joining the struggle.”

Plus, a very moving tribute from Greg Gutfeld.

And a nice remembrance from Josh Marshall.

MORE: Prof. Jacobson: “I’ve often wondered where to go with this blog. I now know.”

We Are All Andrew Breitbart Now.

An Army of Andrew Breitbarts?

Thoughts from Dan Riehl.

“The biggest mistake we can make at this juncture is to go back to waiting around for the next Whoever to ride in and save us. Because that’s a strategy full of FAIL.”

Christian Science Monitor: A “Happy Warrior.” “Taken as a whole, his short but brazen career as a journalistic pugilist dug at something deeper and uniquely American, friends said: that humor leavens, confrontation works, and free speech is worth making enemies over.”

Matt Taibbi at Rolling Stone: “Good! Fuck him. I couldn’t be happier that he’s dead.”

Remember this stuff the next time one of these people tries to play the “Have you no decency?” card. As I said, even in death Andrew is exposing them.

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