Andrew Brebart is dead at the age of 43, and apparently, Obama killed him.
It's a real shame that some has to make fun of someone's death, wonder if his wife and 4 kids will appreciate their sense of humor. Oh well, I guess yellow journalism lives on.
Yes Virginia, yellow journalism is alive and well;
Breitbart came under heavy criticism in 2010 for posting an edited and incomplete video of a speech by Agriculture Department employee Shirley Sherrod, who is black, appearing to say she discriminated against a white farmer looking for assistance.
Sherrod was forced to resign over the video, which appeared on another of Breitbart's websites, BigJournalism.com.
A full version of the speech showed that Sherrod had assisted the farmer. The department later offered her job back when it was clear she had been misrepresented.
Sherrod issued a brief statement Thursday saying only she was surprised by the news and that her prayers go out to Breitbart's family.
"The news of Mr. Breitbart's death came as a surprise to me when I was informed of it this morning. My prayers go out to Mr. Breitbart's family as they cope during this very difficult time."
Far from condemning him as he did her, now I wonder which act is the more Christian?
Last edited by blue adept; 03-01-2012 at 03:59 PM.
I went back and reread them homey, far from making fun of breitbart, they were calling for obamas blood. I do not look upon this as yellow journalism, as much as, slope headed nincompoops. There is no proof of anything yet, and these [I will take a stab in the dark] conservatives, have the answer.
Last edited by HomeyG; 03-01-2012 at 04:13 PM. Reason: sp
After Sen. Ted Kennedy’s death, Breitbart tweeted that Kennedy was a “prick” and “duplicitous *******,” adding: “I’m more than willing to go off decorum to ensure THIS MAN is not beatified.”