When Andrew Breitbart died many liberals cheered just as conservatives might cheer if Keith Obermoann died. The main difference is that conservatives don’t actually hate Oberman as the libs hated Andrew Breitbart. As much of a disgusting piece of human debris as Obermannn is we don’t hate him we but despise what he spouts and believes in.
Some of the differences are:
Uberman is snarky, nasty and downright mean. He doesn’t report news. He just rehashes liberal talking points.(Loudly) Breitbart, on the other hand, uses facts, humor and wit to covey the news of the day.
Obarman never had an original idea. (Other than telling people that disagree with him to, “Shut the hell up.”) Breitbart discovered what a fraud liberalism is and proceeded to build influential web sites to spread information which told the truth to lies, pulled the mask off liberalism and expose fraud and corruption. (brietbart.com, bighollywood.com, big government.com and bigjournalism.com) These sites disseminate true information on a wide range of subjects.
Oboman got rich and famous by insulting and defaming people. Andrew Breitbart became rich and famous by hard work and diligent reporting.
Andrew Breitbart inspired people to care about their country and work to make it better. Oubertmen only inspired hate and the occupy wall street crowd.
The other reason we don’t hate obermann is that there just isn’t that much there to bother with.
The other thing on my mind is that all the sane people in this country (This kind of includes Republican politicians) must start attacking BO’s policies and the main-stream media at every chance. Start explaining things like the unconstitutional recess appointing of slime that could never pass congressional scrutiny. Let them know that it isn’t constitutional for a government to mandate that ANYONE buy or sell any product. You can get a free bumper sticker that says ‘I Don’t Believe The Liberal Media’ at this link. Let them know that you don’t buy their BS.
Oh, and if you want, go ahead and hate Keith Obermann!
A salesman, tired of his job, gave it up to become a policeman. A few months later a friend asked him how he liked his new role. He replied, “The pay is good and the hours aren’t bad, but what I like best is that the customer is always wrong!”