Artwork for distribution to all of Andrew Breitbart‘s happy warriors. The possibilities are endless. T-shirts, car bumper stickers, posters and to annoy teachers: Binder covers, Trapper Keeper artwork and in your locker, kids.
Where else, office workers? Pin it to your cubicle, print small ones and pin them to a board, have it as a desktop background and inside one of your drawers…the possibilities are endless.
Those who love to have a coffee at your favorite restaurant/cafe: There’s always a place to advertise businesses. Print Andrew in wallet-size pictures, and pin a few to the board. There may be another “happy warrior” eager to distribute them as well. Because I am part of Andrew’s Army, here it goes:
Be smart, my friends: This is about vetting President Obama! #IamBreitbart #BreitbartsArmy #BreitbartLives #HappyWarrior on Twitter.
- Even after Death, Breitbart Exposes Obama (markamerica.com)
- Excellent tribute video at Andrew Breitbart’s wake (lauradonovan.wordpress.com)
- New at Reason: How Andrew Breitbart Changed the Media (reason.com)
Laura Ingraham, Michelle Bachmann for going onstage in the public arena-and Palin was there, front and center of all these attacks.tweeted this video, which illustrates the extreme disrespect towards Governor Palin, and sprinkled on to
Here’s the video, and make sure to support ShePAC.
- ShePAC, Lipstick, and Ahmadinejad (bokertov.typepad.com)
Drudge finally dropped the Romney love-fest and will pursue the truth. Sean Hannity, tonight (March 7, 2012) at 9 PM will release the promised, complete video that the Breitbart team has worked on for a few days, right after our friend Andrew Breitbart left us.Please, regardless of your political leaning or who is your candidate for President, watch it. We have vetted Governor Palin since 2008 and has not stopped! It’s time for Barack Obama to start his vetting process.
- Andrew Breitbart Tapes To Be Released (webpronews.com)
- Bannon: Breitbart’s Tapes of Obama at Harvard Will Be Released In “A Week or Two” (tammybruce.com)
Hey, Andrew, if you’re reading this: I am with Greg Gutfeld on this one: I still believe it’s a hoax. You know Andrew if it is, I know it would be for a damn good reason, and I will forgive you immediately and pretend nothing ever happened. I will be happy that you’re back, that less than a third of your friends would be angry at you, because you are too likeable.
You are what I call a hundred-dollar bill. Heh in your case it would be a $500 bill because it means the left, the right and the center want a piece of you. Yep, that rich.
I have to admit, writing about Andrew Breitbart is a really hard thing to do. It was March 1; when I found out I gasped, put my hand on my mouth to avoid a scream that never came out. Then I cried. I sobbed. It had to be a joke, I knew the videos were coming out, as well as the rest of America. No doubts about that one. Once Andrew said he had pictures or videos, he DID have them. Well, I am glad that Steve Bannon, along with a team of film makers and other staff, will release the videos in a week. Keep it nice and fresh and nobody ever even threat to kill them too. Do I believe Andrew Breitbart was murdered? Yeah I am in that conspiracy camp.
The only uncertainty I have about his heart condition, is how well he stayed in touch with his cardiologist. That’s something we will never know unless it’s undisclosed by his wife, Suzie. Since according to his book, “Righteous Indignation” he revealed he had adult ADD (which explains A LOT!) coupled with heart medications, and perhaps there are some side effects that may or may not be connected. One certain thing is this: The man was non-stop. He was the Steve Jobs of the conservative movement. Why, you ask?
For starters, there was always work to do to make things better; goals to carry out, and a reputation to uphold and he battled that fiercely. Innovation and changes were key, as well as knowledge of his environment. I am glad he spoke at CPAC and gave that last speech for us to remember: ABO. If Mitt Romney keeps lying about RomneyCare as he did for that pesky op-ed at the USA Today and has lied all throughout this campaign, can and are we really stuck with him?
I still mourn him and I am devouring news and reactions from the blogosphere. I’ve avoided Twitter altogether because I’ve got enough of the hatred by just reading comments from the left. I hope that when the tape comes out, they will be so damning, his candidacy, his Super PACs cannot have a deflective media defense nor spin, but frankly conservatives are not really counting on it. We expect this to happen.
But it’s up to us, Happy Warriors, to keep that thumb pressing on. We can’t let this go. For Andrew, for us. I still hope when all is said and done, he will pop up in Cancún, Mexico with the finest glass of wine, all rested and tanned and take credit for the beginning of he end of the Obama fiasco.
I can dream, can’t I?
p.s.: Andrew I will do my very best to speak up even if there are attempts to silence me, stop me from blogging and instead, have the same passion to double down to achieve the results I crave for.
- Andrew Breitbart Tapes To Be Released (webpronews.com)
- Theorists: Andrew Breitbart’s death NO accident (bazaardaily.com)
- Fundraiser Started for Andrew Breitbart’s Family (newsbusters.org)
- Did Obama Crime Machine Kill Andrew Breitbart? (mountainrepublic.net)
- Even in death Andrew Breitbart continues to unmask the liberal monsters, Evil Unleashed (atlasshrugs2000.typepad.com)
- Andrew Breitbart, RIP; Reactions (patheos.com)
It’s enlightening when you read an article that does give you a perspective (and a justification, not a mere excuse) to reflect Obama’s total acknowledgment of his lack of leadership, reveal his frustration sitting on the “hot seat” and be a leader of the free nation. By a mere paragraph of his message in Michigan, it’s quite evident that the lack of executive experience and nothing related to run even a small business.
Sarah Palin has done both at the same time-as Alaska’s governor and their private fishing business.
Here’s the tidbit:
After once again blaming the economic slowdown on (among other things) the Arab Spring and the Japanese earthquake and tsunami, Mr. Obama said this (emphasis mine):
Unfortunately, what we’ve seen in Washington the last few months has been the worst kind of partisanship, the worst kind of gridlock — and that gridlock has undermined public confidence and impeded our efforts to take the steps we need for our economy…. This downgrade you’ve been reading about could have been entirely avoided if there had been a willingness to compromise in Congress. See, it didn’t happen because we don’t have the capacity to pay our bills — it happened because Washington doesn’t have the capacity to come together and get things done. It was a self-inflicted wound. That’s why people are frustrated. Maybe you hear it in my voice — that’s why I’m frustrated. Because you deserve better. You guys deserve better.
Mr. Obama then added,
“The only thing preventing these bills from being passed is the refusal of some folks in Congress to put the country ahead of party. There are some in Congress right now who would rather see their opponents lose than see America win.”
via Barack Obama’s Emotional State of Mind. Talk about burden:
About these comments several things can be said, starting with this: There is something highly unusual in watching a president call attention to his own impotence. The president is declaring to the world that he is simply too weak to govern. Not only that, he wants all of America to know that he’s darn frustrated about it. You can even hear it in his voice. The president is frustrated that on his watch, and for the first time in history, America’s credit rating has been downgraded. He’s frustrated that the economy is getting worse rather than better. He’s frustrated taxes aren’t higher. He’s frustrated that his stewardship led to one of the worst mid-term election repudiations in history. And he’s frustrated that he’s overseeing what many people worry is the decline of the American empire.
Why people cannot associate jobs with private enterprise and corporations when 600 of them (for example) get laid off? And those jobs don’t include the jobs lost by small businesses that thrive by being located near those offices-provide food, leisure and even daycare! These small businesses have to cut staff precisely because Big Government is in the way.
We want to fire Obama in 2012 but gloom and doom must not prevail. We need to focus on the positive, what we can do and the potential to help those back on their feet, get jobs and harness the potential to bring back private enterprises and corporations that have left us for cheap labor and high taxes.
President Obama, time to handle the reins to Palin. This quote out of the whole article is precisely what Palin has, you don’t have and the worst part of it, is that NONE of the presidential candidates are-quite optimistic about America’s future, despite the rough path ahead.
Palin’s optimism and positive energy is what moves the masses and the media, not mere talking points. We saw that in Ames, Iowa. The media won’t talk openly about a positive way to get out of this mess, except for FOX News, economy experts and conservative blogs.
From her Facebook post:
*Sigh* Reports of Tour Demise Are Greatly Exaggerated
Imagine our surprise when reading media reports today that the “One Nation Tour” has been cancelled. Why didn’t anyone tell me? Oh, wait, that’s because it hasn’t been cancelled. (Good ol’ media… you never cease to amaze!)
As I said myself at the end of the east coast leg of the tour, the summer is long, and I’m looking forward to hitting the open road again. The coming weeks are tight because civic duty calls (like most everyone else, even former governors get called up for jury duty) and I look forward to doing my part just like every other Alaskan.
I wouldn’t think it to be such a slow news day that, what with numerous wars and serious economic woes concerning Americans, a bus is driving news stories today. The next leg of the tour continues when the time comes. In the meantime, no one should jump to conclusions – certainly not the media with their long track record of getting things wrong or just making things up.
- Sarah Palin