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AdLib On July - 21 - 2010

In this shocking, unedited video, Andrew Breitbart proudly announces to an audience that he was on crack cocaine during the birth of his children, is in rehab, has sexual problems, is a narcissist and in the end confesses, “I’m kind of a fraud.”

Should he be forced to resign?

Please spread this video around, the people have a right to know the truth…but send them this link anyway!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GYigEUvG3Bo

Written by AdLib

My motto is, "It is better to have blogged and lost hours of your day, than never to have blogged at all."

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  1. AdLib says:

    Great minds think alike or I’ve been ripped off again, you decide.

    As I did, MoveOn.org edited a video to make it look like Breitbart says he loves Al Qaeda and is passing it along via email:


    At least, as of today, my video has 639 views versus theirs having 304 (but with their mailing list, they’ll likely pull ahead soon).

    • audadvnc says:

      Here’s an interesting historical note: the tape recorder was invented in Nazi Germany with the specific intention of cutting up speeches by Winston Churchill to say things he never did, then rebroadcasting them over the radio to Allied troops.

      • AdLib says:

        I saw this on Wikipedia:

        Magnetic tape was invented for recording sound by Fritz Pfleumer in 1928 in Germany, based on the invention of magnetic wire recording by Valdemar Poulsen in 1898.

        Due to the escalating political tensions, and the outbreak of World War II, these developments were largely kept secret. Although the Allies knew from their monitoring of Nazi radio broadcasts that the Germans had some new form of recording technology, the nature was not discovered until the Allies acquired captured German recording equipment as they invaded Europe in the closing of the war.

        So, it was invented before WW II but as you say, the Nazi’s used it secretly to help their war effort.

  2. bitohistory says:

    What does any productive crop need? 100% non-organic?

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  3. bitohistory says:

    Britebarf wasn’t happy with his first lies, now he is on to another pack o’ lies.

    http://www.slate.com/id/2261552/

    And Hannity has him on his show to help spread them. What a couple of POS

  4. kesmarn says:

    Heh. Paybacks can be….delightful!
    Wonderful work, AdLib! Thanks!

    Hope you have a great time today at Netroots.

    Was talking with one of the family RWers today, and their scripted spin on the Sherrod/Breitbart video is that: “You guys should learn to investigate stories before you leap into rash decision-making and then have to do a 180.”

    Wow. They don’t lack gall.

    I’m sure everyone knows the folktale of the poisonous snake who begged a passer-by to pick him up on a very cold day and warm him up by placing him inside his shirt. When the kind passer-by agreed to do that, the snake bit him. Of course, his reaction was: “How could you do such a thing to someone who showed you kindness?”

    The snake’s reply: “You knew I was a snake when you picked me up.”

    • PatsyT says:

      Kes,
      The folks at Fox, and their supporters, insist that they are a serious news organization and that everyone including the Whitehouse has to take them seriously!
      What I hate is the focus being on what Vilsack and the Whitehouse said and did when the criminal is Brightbarf and the faux news group! CNN and MSNBC has got to fully expose brightbarf for the fraud that he is, not just give it a ‘mention’.

      • Khirad says:

        I was wondering if what his stated purpose was: to go after the NAACP by using defamation, could be a hate crime?

        I’d rather it not be, ’cause defamation would be enough, but I was just wonderin’.

      • kesmarn says:

        Patsy and b’ito, I totally agree.

        This whole situation reminds me of a conversation I had a few years ago with a woman who had just become an RN at about age 48 after having been a minister in a mainstream Protestant church for a couple of decades.

        She said that she finally had to leave because it had become almost impossible to have functional church committees and leadership. When responsible people ended up in positions of responsibility (imagine the sheer logic of that), they were so relentlessly hounded and criticized by the more “eccentric” members of the congregation that they eventually threw in the towel and went passive, or they left altogether. Putting the brakes on the saboteur members struck everyone as “uncharitable” and/or “insensitive.” This led to a situation she eloquently dubbed: “The Domination of the Crazies.”

        Apparently churches are not the only places where this happens.

        If the MSM are afraid to call out Breitbart, Limbaugh, Bachmann, FUX et al, we’re going to continue to be dominated by the crazies.

      • bitohistory says:

        Patsy, just saw part of Andrea Mitchell and she used phrases like “a blogger” and “another network may have been in front of”.

        OHHHHH< we have to be so careful not to offend them, but the WH is an easy target.

        EDIT: If other networks want to be considered “responsible” and they don’t call out Faux who is going to do it? Makes them all the same, no?

        • PatsyT says:

          I don’t care anymore who is offended Just stop offending the Truth!
          Stop the distractions -- Chris Mathews was pulling this apart on tues-
          It’s Brite barf and faux that should walk the plank!

          • bitohistory says:

            Perfect, Patsy!! STOP OFFENDING THE TRUTH.

            • PatsyT says:

              Some people are being way too careful!
              Did you see any of the Gibbs press briefings?
              They keep going around and around this like it’s a bright shiny new toy!
              When the skank Britebuff should be getting arrested.
              How much of this do you think was planned?
              To take away from the Fin Reform news?

            • bitohistory says:

              Patsy, on your point of being distracted. Yes, the Fin Reg bill was a major accomplishment for Obama and it was overshadowed.

              I wanted to watch the hearings with Ben Berneke,hoping he would do/say something to help unemployment. I was distracted and so were the MSM.


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