Right pillar falls

Right pillar falls

There are 50 comments on the New York Post story from Mar 2, 2012, titled Right pillar falls. In it, New York Post reports that:

Conservative gadfly Andrew Breitbart, whose online expose triggered the downfall of former Rep.

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Cisco Kid

Poland

#41 Mar 2, 2012
Barbara wrote:
<quoted text>Yes ... I clearly remember the tremendous solemnity & heartfelt concern from some at the loss of Ted Kennedy & Robert Byrd.
Two turds who needed to be flushed long ago.
cjrian

United States

#42 Mar 2, 2012
Barbara wrote:
Yes ... I clearly remember the tremendous solemnity & heartfelt concern from some at the loss of Ted Kennedy & Robert Byrd.
Then again, Teddy killed, and got away with it (getting the "best" justice that money can buy); he was screwing around on his wife; he was treasonous, attempting to overturn the Reagan Administration by negotiating with the Soviets; he supported the IRA (who invented the car bomb and IED which have killed so many), thus supporting terrorism; and he was blatant in his slander of Robert Bork, making over-the-top, inflammatory claims and impugning Bork's character.

Byrd? Not too much of a bad bird, but he DID have some serious racial issues. He stayed in the Klan long enough to become the upper echelon and remained associations with the KKK long after he claimed to have left the organization. Byrd filibustered the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

All in all, Byrd wasn't too bad of a character (except for his stance on race) and did NOT get criticized too much after his death

Kennedy, on the other hand, was an entirely despicable character, deserving every slam he got, and more. Teddy actually got off easy, considering his past. Had Teddy been born into any other family, he would, most likely, have spent his life in a maximum security Federal prison.

And how does this relate to Andrew Breitbart? Andrew never killed anyone, he didn't screw around, he was not traitorous, nor was he racist. Ohhhh, there's the racist thing. Breitbart posted a vid of Sherrod Brown incriminating herself, but worse yet, the audience of NAACP member did NOT condemn her for those actions. And for letting others else expose THEIR racial proclivities, Breitbart was accused of racism!?!? Then there's the Planned Parenthood expose, in which PP personnel aided a proposed illegal enterprise, and Breitbart was again condemned for exposing (rather than protecting) illegal behavior. And then there was Breitbarts exposure of Obama's duplicity.

Sum total, Kennedy was an entirely vile creature, Byrd was nasty, and Breitbart committed the most unforgivable sin - he exposed the Left for what it was, and is.
firehimnow

North Bend, OR

#43 Mar 2, 2012
The SS would have shot him the minute he bilged outta his mouth.But the RNC thought he was hot s^*t, which shows you what mental infermities the on the edge of imbilicity repubs honor.

“Uzi Does It”

Since: Nov 08

UZILAND

#44 Mar 2, 2012
LOL, the Obama administration killed USAma Bin Laden without any due process.
Barbara

Tewksbury, MA

#45 Mar 3, 2012
Cisco Kid wrote:
<quoted text>Two turds who needed to be flushed long ago.
I rest my case.
Barbara

Tewksbury, MA

#46 Mar 3, 2012
cjrian wrote:
<quoted text>
Then again, Teddy killed, and got away with it (getting the "best" justice that money can buy); he was screwing around on his wife; he was treasonous, attempting to overturn the Reagan Administration by negotiating with the Soviets; he supported the IRA (who invented the car bomb and IED which have killed so many), thus supporting terrorism; and he was blatant in his slander of Robert Bork, making over-the-top, inflammatory claims and impugning Bork's character.
Byrd? Not too much of a bad bird, but he DID have some serious racial issues. He stayed in the Klan long enough to become the upper echelon and remained associations with the KKK long after he claimed to have left the organization. Byrd filibustered the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
All in all, Byrd wasn't too bad of a character (except for his stance on race) and did NOT get criticized too much after his death
Kennedy, on the other hand, was an entirely despicable character, deserving every slam he got, and more. Teddy actually got off easy, considering his past. Had Teddy been born into any other family, he would, most likely, have spent his life in a maximum security Federal prison.
And how does this relate to Andrew Breitbart? Andrew never killed anyone, he didn't screw around, he was not traitorous, nor was he racist. Ohhhh, there's the racist thing. Breitbart posted a vid of Sherrod Brown incriminating herself, but worse yet, the audience of NAACP member did NOT condemn her for those actions. And for letting others else expose THEIR racial proclivities, Breitbart was accused of racism!?!? Then there's the Planned Parenthood expose, in which PP personnel aided a proposed illegal enterprise, and Breitbart was again condemned for exposing (rather than protecting) illegal behavior. And then there was Breitbarts exposure of Obama's duplicity.
Sum total, Kennedy was an entirely vile creature, Byrd was nasty, and Breitbart committed the most unforgivable sin - he exposed the Left for what it was, and is.
Justification for why it's ok to demonize someone who doesn't agree with you??? Ha ha ha. If you want civility, perhaps you should adopt civility. But that wouldn't be totally hypocritical ... and that's the calling card of the Right. Hypocrisy as its finest = Republicans.

Since: Feb 07

Location hidden

#47 Mar 3, 2012
My prayers are for the family and his close friends.
These are treacherous times, he worked in a despicable enviroment. His death is no more peculiar than Soylendra or Operation Gun Runner.
PlacitasRoy

Huntsville, AL

#48 Mar 3, 2012
Obama supporters Suck wrote:
<quoted text>You are one hateful person. Shame on you, he was a good man may he rest in peace.
Gadfly myass! He was a worthless LYING son-of-a-bitch. The world is better off today. He'll be remembered as a pimple on the ass of the Republicant Party.
But no wonder Murdock's POS is mourning the passing of one of the most vile Reich-wing propagandists. Hoping they'll have an opportunity to mourn Druggie Limpballs and Beck soon.

“Stop the Brain Rot”

Since: Jan 12

Take a Looonng Vacation

#49 Mar 3, 2012
Obama supporters Suck wrote:
<quoted text>You are one hateful person. Shame on you, he was a good man may he rest in peace.
To right wingers:

liar, deceiver, twister of facts, propagandist = "good man"

Wow. Explains a lot.

“Stop the Brain Rot”

Since: Jan 12

Take a Looonng Vacation

#50 Mar 3, 2012
Better headline:

'Right Pillock Falls'

(see: Brit slang)

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