Skip to comments.Slate Columnist Cheers Breitbart’s Death
Posted on 03/01/2012 10:04:21 AM PST by VU4G10
Economics and philosophy expert Matthew Yglesias reacted with glee Thursday morning at the news that conservative journalist Andrew Breitbart had died. Conventions around dead people are ridiculous, the Slate correspondent wrote on Twitter this morning. The world outlook is slightly improved..
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Any time the left shows its true colors its a good thing.
This Think Progress hack is only known because of his hate filled screeds he has to hide in his mothers basement writing. Remember any of the filth this piece of human debris wrote about Palin? This loser can go to hell.
“Yglesias is a former employee of ThinkProgress”
That pretty much explains everything.
It usually doesn’t take long for evil to disclose itself.
Way to stay classy!
He’s the kind of guy I’d love to take deep sea fishing.
That little maggot will get his, you can bet the rent on that.
I predicted this sort of celebratory crapola from the left.
Phone: [*ring ring*]
Axelrod: Good news boss, Andrew Breitbart died!
0bama: No sh*t? You think this could be a trend?
Axelrod: God I hope so.
0bama: C’mon David, you don’t have to call me by my formal title.
Bretibart regularly retweeted over the top insults he received on Twitter.
I’m going to miss him.
What a piece of trash. Perfect candidate for a Reaper drone Hellfire missile test.
Breitbart was proud to know that low-life scum like Matthew Yglesias hated him.
RIP, AB. You will be missed.
The people who have been taken down by the religion of leftism love death and darkness. They have no shame in their advocacy for and thrill of death.
So I am not surprised.
They just can't help themselves however, we already know there will be no MSM outrage like what we saw during the Giffords shooting.
Re: Matthew Yglesias cheering Daniel Pearl’s murder.
There will be an accountability so I would not want to be in this vile POS shoes
And the dead political philosophy of the left comes to the forefront with profane paroxysms of joy over the untimely death of a good man.
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