Breitbart’s Big Government

For reasons that make no sense to me, I don’t go to Andrew Breitbart’s Big Government site as often as I should.  Wait, I take that back.  I know precisely why I don’t go:  it’s an incredible repository of closely researched and factually supported articles detailing the way in which the Obami conduct themselves.  What that means is that the content depresses me.

But really, that’s all the more reason for me — and everyone else  — to check it out on a regular basis.  We need to know what’s going on.  With a government this corrupt, and this intent on subverting America’s fundamental liberties, if we turn our heads away for only an instant, we risk irreparable damage.  This is the Left.  They move hard, fast and dishonestly.  Only with constant vigilance can we protect ourselves.

As f0r today’s reading at that stellar site, I’d like to recommend strongly the following articles:

AP Whitewashes My Public Statement on Whitewashed ACORN Investigation

Obama Colluding With Left to Subvert His Own Afghan War Policy

Fistgate: Barack Obama’s Safe Schools Czar’s 2000 Conference Promoted ‘Fisting’ to 14 Year-Olds

They are the perfect trio to reveal the media corruption, government corruption and politically correct education corruption that we must see and fight.

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  1. says

    Months ago…I can’t remember how many – I’m over 60!….we talked in the comments about “outrage fatigue”, or something of the sort.  THAT is why I can’t keep up with all this stuff….it’s not a sufficient excuse, I’m sure, but there you are.
    I call for a division of (outrage) labor — I’m following the Climategate story and even blogged it, with two updates.  I don’t close my eyes to this other stuff, but I’m afraid I’m throwing up my hands – there’s only so much that one “normal” (sorry, BW) person can do.  So, each of us need to take on one of the outrages (Barney Frank, anyone?) and keep on it, hanging on like a bulldog and not letting go.  But, the rest of the issues won’t be a major focus for that person…..
    That isn’t “quitting”, is it?

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