Outrageous!… Daily Kos Urges Westboro Baptist Church to Protest Andrew Breitbart’s Funeral

It’s just outrageous.  Daily Kos is urging the crazy extremists of Westboro Baptist Church to protest at Andrew Breitbart’s funeral.

According to The Daily Caller,

Although the news of Andrew Breitbart’s death is still fairly fresh, the merry band of faceless marauders at the Daily Kos have decided it is time to use his death as an opportunity to make political hay.

post dated March 1 by “dragon82a,” titled “Let’s Help Andrew Breitbart go out In Style..Get Westboro Baptist Church to Protest Him” encourages readers to post on the Westboro Baptist Church’s Facebook page calling for the group to protest Andrew Breitbart’s funeral:

Here is the Facebook of the WestBoro Baptist Church:

Send them a message anything will do, about how much publicity they would get by Protecting Andrew.


Lets give back to Andrew what he has so generously given to us all these years.

We could call this “Operation Sendaway”


The post ends with the “Thank you very much” scene from the 1970 musical “Scrooge.”

These people are shameless and disgusting.

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  • wanumba

    Westboro are Radical LEFTISTs.

  • olm

    Do not ever forget that the left is exactly where Westboro belongs.

  • MontereyZman

    I believe there would be a lot of violence against them if they tried …. just sayin : )

  • bobdog

    These people continue to amaze me. They show all the carefully considered logic of a lynch mob. You have to admire their bravery and character, in the finest tradition of Nazi brownshirts. What’s wrong with just using union thugs to break up the funeral, like they usually do? Why the escalation?

    There’s a fine line between politicking and criminal conspiracy, and I sense we’re getting closer to the line every day. Funny thing is, the perpetually offended liberals see nothing wrong with this stuff.

  • General Veers


    If one of your commenters urged a fringe group to kill the president
    (Not really a reach….they fantasize about it regularly), would it be accurate
    to say, “Outrageous! Gateway Pundit Calls for Assassination of President!”?

    Or, would it be more accurate to say that one of your many commenters called
    for it?

    “Dragon82a” is not “The Daily Kos”. He’s a single registered member.

    I’d finish with “are you really this dishonest”, but the answer is apparent on
    a daily basis. I would defend you against those who claim you are “The Dumbest
    Man on the Internet”. I think “intellectually lazy & dishonest” is much more

  • Dawn

    Animals doing what animals do. You should never expect anything more from the disturbed progressive left. Perhaps they were potti trained too soon!


    The Vetting of Obama just got kicked up a notch, by Sheriff Joe Arpaio. He is now in INVESTIGATING 0bama’s Connecticut SSN 042-68-4425 http://www.BirtherReport.com

  • bg


    God Bless Andrew Breitbart!!

    this is great, talk about revolution..

    can’t wait, this despicable act belongs to dragon82a..

    so lets keep the s/he/it happy, no??

    deluge Daily Kos with COMPLAINTS & TRUTHS!!


  • Patty

    The Left is celebrating the death of Andrew Breitbart, the conservative Internet maestro.

    Breitbart, founder of the “Big” sites — Peace, Journalism, Government, and Hollywood — collapsed during a walk outside his home on Thursday, March 1. Doctors pronounced him dead at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center.

    The Left is ecstatic because Breitbart had mastered using the Internet to conduct warfare against its cherished ideas and heroes, not least the man in the White House. Breitbart’s sites, as The New American reported, were singlehandedly responsible for the destruction of the leftist ACORN organization. He also unearthed the Pigford scandal.

    With Breitbart gone, the Left is overjoyed.

    The Comments

    The most influential leftist to comment on Breitbart’s demise is Matthew Yglesias, who bills himself as the “business and economics columnist” for Slate.com. Wrote Yglesias at his Twitter account: “Conventions around dead people are ridiculous. The world outlook is slightly improved with @AndrewBreitbart dead.”

    Whether Slate.com will punish Yglesias for the comment remains to be seen.

    Yet the remark from Yglesias is mild compared to others that a variety of websites have assembled. Comments on the Twitter website include these:

    AlmightyBob ‏ @AlmightyBoob: @AndrewBreitbart haha youre dead and in hell being a gay with hitler

    Jeff Glasse ‏ @jeffglasse: Andrew Breitbart now enjoying afternoon tea with Hitler #goodriddanceyouhack

    @darrenfiorello: Andrew Breitbart died? Is it wrong that I’m happier about that than when they got bin Laden and Saddam?

    While those people compared Breitbart to Hitler and other mass murderers, some possessed of more creative urges called him other names and bade him “good riddance”:

    Gabriel ‏ @gabriel0923: Andrew #Breitbart has died having been finally consumed by his revolting hatred! The world is better off without him!

    Natasha Yar-Routh ‏ @xiomber: Andrew Breitbart is dead, good riddance to bad trash. He was a vile excuse for a human being.

    vtred @vtred1: Good riddance to Andrew Breitbart — a McCarthyite nutcase.

    Sean Paul Kelley ‏ @seanpaulkelley: Andrew Breitbart has died: bigjournalism.com/lsolov/2012/03… If so, good riddance.

    CpG ‏ @Crow1138: I know it’s wrong, but good riddance “@cnnbrk: Conservative blogger Andrew #Breitbart has died, attorney says. on.cnn.com/wkDt4g”

    TahitiNut ‏ @TahitiNut: Forgive me, God, for I have sinned. I err on the side of being pleased with a death … of Andrew Breitbart. Good riddance.

    michael mayer ‏ @prisonforbush: Breitbart dead? D Good riddance. More republicans should follow his lead.

    WeirdArchives ‏ @WeirdArchives: Looks like it’s official. Andrew Breitbart is dead. Personally I don’t like the guy, so good riddance to bad rubbish.

    Other tweeters offered a religious theme to the news, calling upon the Father of Lies to make a place in Hell for Breitbart: “DAC ‏ @dac2527: Satan calls Andrew Breitbart home… Good riddance!”

    A chap named Chico Delainky began his rampage with this thoughtful comment: “@ChicoDelainky I thought I was going to have a good morning, it’s turning out to be a great morning;The sky is blue, & hatemonger #AndrewBreitbart is dead.”


    Rush had to apologize because he has sponsors? Take a look at more of the hate for Breitbart. God forbid when Rush dies, I hate to say that, can you only image what the left will do to him.

  • Patty

    Why They Hated Him

    The Left didn’t hate Breitbart just because he was conservative. They hated him because he was effective. He attacked — and he won.

    An example of Breitbart’s mastery not only of the Internet but also of using the mainstream news media to put out his message is the sting operation that exposed the fraud that was ACORN, the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now.

    Breitbart teamed with conservative videographer James O’Keefe, who — posing as a pimp, and with a girl posing as a prostitute — solicited help from ACORN in establishing brothels. ACORN officials readily agreed to do so.

    Even when O’Keefe told ACORN workers he would smuggle underage Salvadoran girls into the country to sell them for sex, ACORN workers readily offered advice on how to succeed and avoid getting in trouble with school officials, and said the girls could be used as tax deductions.

    ACORN filed for bankruptcy in 2010, although many of its affiliates still operate, pushing the leftist cause.

    Having launched his career on Breitbart’s “Big” site, O’Keefe began Project Veritas. A second sting operation featured a hidden video of executives from National Public Radio calling members of the Tea Party stupid and racist. The investigation also revealed that NPR executives were negotiating a $5 million contribution from what they thought was a front for the Muslim Brotherhood (but which in reality was part of the sting). O’Keefe’s exposé ended the career of the taxpayer-funded network’s chief fundraiser and CEO Vivian Schiller.

    Breitbart also brought to light the massive fraud known as the Pigford scandal. That arose from the settlement of a class action that awarded more than $1 billion to black farmers who claimed the federal Agriculture Department discriminated against them. Less than 500 black farmers were supposedly entitled to $50,000 each, but 94,000 black “farmers” sought settlements. One USDA official called Pigford “the largest scam against the federal taxpayers in the history of the United States.”

    Breitbart exposed the radical Left for its anti-American and anti-Christian bias. The Left hated him for it. Breitbart didn’t care. He welcomed the hate and relished the combat.


  • Mad Hatter

    We are Breitbart.

  • bg


    General Veers #5 March 5, 2012 at 6:22 pm

    did DK allow it to be posted??

    btw re: “Outrageous! Gateway Pundit
    Calls for Assassination of President!”?

    damn straight they would, it would be all over like white on rice..

    ipso facto: THINKING is not a crime, well, not yet anyways,
    and i thank GOD you neither think nor speak for me.. duh!!


  • MontereyZman

    Ditto !!!

  • Patty
  • MontereyZman

    to # 11

  • Patty


    OT as if you didn’t know.

  • Patty

    “Breitbart exposed the radical Left for its anti-American and anti-Christian bias. The Left hated him for it. Breitbart didn’t care. He welcomed the hate and relished the combat.”


  • Patty


    Last one. I say that hope I can keep my promise

    Hackers had ‘full functional control’ of Nasa computers


  • vangrungy

    I am Briet!!!!

    I am Freedom!

  • Patty

    There isn’t anything you can put pass these people. And now, more news on the White House front. Are they lying to us intentionally, :)


    Biggest drop in factory orders, shipments in more than a year

    So much for a fast start to the recover in 2012. A week after announcing the worst durable-goods orders report in three years, the Commerce Department’s report on factory orders and shipments in January show the worst outcome in sixteen months:

    New orders for manufactured goods in January, down following two consecutive monthly increases, decreased $4.8 billion or 1.0 percent to $462.6 billion, the U.S. Census Bureau reported today. This followed a 1.4 percent December increase. Excluding transportation, new orders decreased 0.3 percent. Shipments, up eight consecutive months, increased $4.1 billion or 0.9 percent to $463.6 billion. This followed a 0.8 percent December increase. Unfilled orders, up twenty-one of the last twenty-two months, increased $5.4 billion or 0.6 percent to $917.9 billion. This followed a 1.5 percent December increase. The unfilled orders-to-shipments ratio was 6.10, up from 6.04 in December. Inventories, up twenty-seven of the last twenty-eight months, increased $3.9 billion or 0.6 percent to $614.7 billion. This was at the highest level since the series was first published on a NAICS basis in 1992 and followed a 0.2 percent December increase. The inventories-to-shipments ratio was 1.33, unchanged from December.

    Inventories, on the other hand, continued to increase — a bad sign as demand drops:

    Inventories of manufactured durable goods in January, up twenty-five consecutive months, increased $2.4 billion or 0.6 percent to $372.5 billion, revised from the previously published 0.7 percent increase. This was at the highest level since the series was first published on a NAICS basis and followed a 0.3 percent December increase. Machinery, up twenty-two consecutive months, had the largest increase, $0.9 billion or 1.5 percent to $61.5 billion. Inventories of manufactured nondurable goods, up four of the last five months, increased $1.5 billion or 0.6 percent to $242.2 billion. This followed a slight December decrease.

    Reuters actually nails the problem in its analysis:

    New orders for factory goods dropped in January by the most in over a year and businesses cut orders for new capital goods, suggesting one of the drivers of the economic recovery faltered at the start of the year.

    The Commerce Department said on Monday orders formanufactured goods fell 1.0 percent, a less steep decline than the 1.5 percent loss expected by private forecasters in a Reuters poll. Still, it was the biggest decline since October 2010.

    Many economists think the expiration of some tax breaks on capital spending at the end of 2011 led businesses to bring forward investments.

    The problem is that the gimmicky tax break in 2011 for capital investments — pushed by the Obama administration and many Republicans as well — didn’t address the key issues in the stagnation since the June 2009 end of the Great Recession. Like so many other temporary tax changes, the one-year tax break on capital purchases only accelerated capital purchases that would have taken place anyway. This tax break was a larger-scale version of Cash for Clunkers, and it had the same effect, which was to steal demand from future quarters, and that’s exactly what we have seen from both January reports.

    Thanks to the ambiguity of tax policy, energy prices, and regulation in the marketplace, perhaps especially the ambiguity in regulations like Dodd-Frank and ObamaCare, capital investors can’t price long-term risk at all. That means that they can’t make informed decisions on capital investment for business expansions and new-business creation, and so their capital stays on the sidelines. Until we quit tinkering with gimmicky, temporary tax breaks and reform the long-term tax codes, we’re not going to see robust and sustained economic growth.


    Let us see how this administration will spin this one.