The dude seemed like an asshole, I see no reason to not say that simply cause he died. Also, if anyone I knew dropped dead at 43, especially f they acted as bat**** crazy as Breitbart did, I would be curious about their drug usage. That isn't because I hate the guy. It's just numbers. Very few 43 year olds drop dead of old age or just some condition that their doctor missed. It would honestly explain alot if it was found he was full of cocaine. Just sayin'.
however, Breitbart not only wasn't a very nice person, but he even talked **** about someone after he died.
so, this is simply Karma working its magic.
he was a bad person, and the nation is better off without him.
see ya, wouldn't want to be ya.
Last edited by Thunder; 03-01-12 at 01:43 PM.
That's fair enough. I just don't think that those who disliked the deceased should be made to feel like they now must keep that to themselves. I would hope that they would keep their complaints factual as the dead can no longer defend themselves.I think my personal opinions of what the man did and what I thought it means for our political environment is for a different thread.
"He who does not think himself worth saving from poverty and ignorance by his own efforts, will hardly be thought worth the efforts of anybody else." -- Frederick Douglass, Self-Made Men (1872)