Andrew Breitbart dead

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    Mar 01, 2012 2:52 PM GMT
    http://abcnews.go.com/US/andrew-breitbart-publisher-author-dead/story?id=15824337#.T0-NKXIygpN

    Going to get a second cup of coffee now.
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    Mar 01, 2012 5:32 PM GMT
    Andrew Breitbart was a greedy, racist, tea bagging asshole who trafficked in divisive rhetoric that further paralyzed a country already gridlocked by GOP obstructionism that made it impossible to deal wit critical issues like debt, climate change and social mobility.

    He was not a homophobe. After announcing his intent to join GOProud's advisory board, he famously opined to his fellow conservatives: "If being conservative means rejecting gay conservatives because they are gay, then fine, I’m not a conservative."

    http://www.metroweekly.com/poliglot/2012/03/andrew-breitbart-rights-hero-a.html

    He leaves behind a wife and four children.
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    Mar 01, 2012 5:43 PM GMT
    Haaretz saidAndrew Breitbart was a greedy, racist, tea bagging asshole who trafficked in divisive rhetoric that further paralyzed a country already gridlocked by GOP obstructionism that made it impossible to deal wit critical issues like debt, climate change and social mobility.

    He was not a homophobe. After announcing his intent to join GOProud's advisory board, he famously opined to his fellow conservatives: "If being conservative means rejecting gay conservatives because they are gay, then fine, I’m not a conservative."

    http://www.metroweekly.com/poliglot/2012/03/andrew-breitbart-rights-hero-a.html

    He leaves behind a wife and four children.



    Define "greedy". Making a living to buy things for his family? Racist? Prove it bitch! (BTW, he was adopted and his sister is hispanic -- he must hate her because obviously he's "racist"!).

    Lastly, fuck you and peddle your unsubstantiated horseshit elsewhere!
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    Mar 01, 2012 7:21 PM GMT
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    Haaretz saidAndrew Breitbart was a greedy, racist, tea bagging asshole who trafficked in divisive rhetoric that further paralyzed a country already gridlocked by GOP obstructionism that made it impossible to deal wit critical issues like debt, climate change and social mobility.

    He was not a homophobe. After announcing his intent to join GOProud's advisory board, he famously opined to his fellow conservatives: "If being conservative means rejecting gay conservatives because they are gay, then fine, I’m not a conservative."

    http://www.metroweekly.com/poliglot/2012/03/andrew-breitbart-rights-hero-a.html

    He leaves behind a wife and four children.



    Define "greedy". Making a living to buy things for his family? Racist? Prove it bitch! (BTW, he was adopted and his sister is hispanic -- he must hate her because obviously he's "racist"!).

    Lastly, fuck you and peddle your unsubstantiated horseshit elsewhere!







    Calm down, mock.
    Haaretz gave Breitbart credit for not being a homophobe.
    And Haaretz's comments about the divisive and hateful tactics used by Breitbart are supported by the facts.
    Breitbart was OBVIOUSLY a flame thrower who was often guilty of extremely ugly political sleaze.

    Hate kills.
    It could certainly have played a part in Breitbart's untimely death.
    He lived a life consumed with hate and he played political blood sport for a living.

    That being said - I certainly would never have wished him dead and I feel sad for his family.
  • DalTX

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    Mar 01, 2012 7:24 PM GMT
    Did he die of anger?
    Rest in peace.
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    DalTX saidDid he die of anger?
    Rest in peace.




    He died of a heart attack and anger is a contributing factor for heart attacks.
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    Mar 01, 2012 8:12 PM GMT
    RickRick91 said
    mocktwinkie said
    Haaretz saidAndrew Breitbart was a greedy, racist, tea bagging asshole who trafficked in divisive rhetoric that further paralyzed a country already gridlocked by GOP obstructionism that made it impossible to deal wit critical issues like debt, climate change and social mobility.

    He was not a homophobe. After announcing his intent to join GOProud's advisory board, he famously opined to his fellow conservatives: "If being conservative means rejecting gay conservatives because they are gay, then fine, I’m not a conservative."

    http://www.metroweekly.com/poliglot/2012/03/andrew-breitbart-rights-hero-a.html

    He leaves behind a wife and four children.



    Define "greedy". Making a living to buy things for his family? Racist? Prove it bitch! (BTW, he was adopted and his sister is hispanic -- he must hate her because obviously he's "racist"!).

    Lastly, fuck you and peddle your unsubstantiated horseshit elsewhere!







    Calm down, mock.
    Haaretz gave Breitbart credit for not being a homophobe.
    And Haaretz's comments about the divisive and hateful tactics used by Breitbart are supported by the facts.
    Breitbart was OBVIOUSLY a flame thrower who was often guilty of extremely ugly political sleaze.

    Hate kills.
    It could certainly have played a part in Breitbart's untimely death.
    He lived a life consumed with hate and he played political blood sport for a living.

    That being said - I certainly would never have wished him dead and I feel sad for his family.


    He hurled the "racist" accusation and failed to back it up. I realize he admitted Breitbart isn't a homophobe, but he made other accusations that can't be substantiated.
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    Mar 01, 2012 8:28 PM GMT
    mocktwinkie said
    RickRick91 said
    mocktwinkie said
    Haaretz saidAndrew Breitbart was a greedy, racist, tea bagging asshole who trafficked in divisive rhetoric that further paralyzed a country already gridlocked by GOP obstructionism that made it impossible to deal wit critical issues like debt, climate change and social mobility.

    He was not a homophobe. After announcing his intent to join GOProud's advisory board, he famously opined to his fellow conservatives: "If being conservative means rejecting gay conservatives because they are gay, then fine, I’m not a conservative."

    http://www.metroweekly.com/poliglot/2012/03/andrew-breitbart-rights-hero-a.html

    He leaves behind a wife and four children.



    Define "greedy". Making a living to buy things for his family? Racist? Prove it bitch! (BTW, he was adopted and his sister is hispanic -- he must hate her because obviously he's "racist"!).

    Lastly, fuck you and peddle your unsubstantiated horseshit elsewhere!







    Calm down, mock.
    Haaretz gave Breitbart credit for not being a homophobe.
    And Haaretz's comments about the divisive and hateful tactics used by Breitbart are supported by the facts.
    Breitbart was OBVIOUSLY a flame thrower who was often guilty of extremely ugly political sleaze.

    Hate kills.
    It could certainly have played a part in Breitbart's untimely death.
    He lived a life consumed with hate and he played political blood sport for a living.

    That being said - I certainly would never have wished him dead and I feel sad for his family.


    He hurled the "racist" accusation and failed to back it up. I realize he admitted Breitbart isn't a homophobe, but he made other accusations that can't be substantiated.





    I and many others would say that the Shirley Sherrod scandal qualifies as racist, but you're free to disagree.

    And certainly it's inaccurate to suggest that questioning Breitbart on race is somehow completely unfair or "unsubstantiated".
    Even IF Breitbart himself wasn't racist - he obviously played the race card in divisive ways that played to the racism of the Repub base.
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    Mar 01, 2012 9:27 PM GMT
    RickRick91 said
    mocktwinkie said
    RickRick91 said
    mocktwinkie said
    Haaretz saidAndrew Breitbart was a greedy, racist, tea bagging asshole who trafficked in divisive rhetoric that further paralyzed a country already gridlocked by GOP obstructionism that made it impossible to deal wit critical issues like debt, climate change and social mobility.

    He was not a homophobe. After announcing his intent to join GOProud's advisory board, he famously opined to his fellow conservatives: "If being conservative means rejecting gay conservatives because they are gay, then fine, I’m not a conservative."

    http://www.metroweekly.com/poliglot/2012/03/andrew-breitbart-rights-hero-a.html

    He leaves behind a wife and four children.



    Define "greedy". Making a living to buy things for his family? Racist? Prove it bitch! (BTW, he was adopted and his sister is hispanic -- he must hate her because obviously he's "racist"!).

    Lastly, fuck you and peddle your unsubstantiated horseshit elsewhere!







    Calm down, mock.
    Haaretz gave Breitbart credit for not being a homophobe.
    And Haaretz's comments about the divisive and hateful tactics used by Breitbart are supported by the facts.
    Breitbart was OBVIOUSLY a flame thrower who was often guilty of extremely ugly political sleaze.

    Hate kills.
    It could certainly have played a part in Breitbart's untimely death.
    He lived a life consumed with hate and he played political blood sport for a living.

    That being said - I certainly would never have wished him dead and I feel sad for his family.


    He hurled the "racist" accusation and failed to back it up. I realize he admitted Breitbart isn't a homophobe, but he made other accusations that can't be substantiated.





    I and many others would say that the Shirley Sherrod scandal qualifies as racist, but you're free to disagree.

    And certainly it's inaccurate to suggest that questioning Breitbart on race is somehow completely unfair or "unsubstantiated".
    Even IF Breitbart himself wasn't racist - he obviously played the race card in divisive ways that played to the racism of the Repub base.


    He didn't "question", he made a categorical accusation. Do you not know the difference?

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    Mar 01, 2012 9:32 PM GMT
    mocktwinkie said
    RickRick91 said
    mocktwinkie said
    RickRick91 said
    mocktwinkie said
    Haaretz saidAndrew Breitbart was a greedy, racist, tea bagging asshole who trafficked in divisive rhetoric that further paralyzed a country already gridlocked by GOP obstructionism that made it impossible to deal wit critical issues like debt, climate change and social mobility.

    He was not a homophobe. After announcing his intent to join GOProud's advisory board, he famously opined to his fellow conservatives: "If being conservative means rejecting gay conservatives because they are gay, then fine, I’m not a conservative."

    http://www.metroweekly.com/poliglot/2012/03/andrew-breitbart-rights-hero-a.html

    He leaves behind a wife and four children.



    Define "greedy". Making a living to buy things for his family? Racist? Prove it bitch! (BTW, he was adopted and his sister is hispanic -- he must hate her because obviously he's "racist"!).

    Lastly, fuck you and peddle your unsubstantiated horseshit elsewhere!







    Calm down, mock.
    Haaretz gave Breitbart credit for not being a homophobe.
    And Haaretz's comments about the divisive and hateful tactics used by Breitbart are supported by the facts.
    Breitbart was OBVIOUSLY a flame thrower who was often guilty of extremely ugly political sleaze.

    Hate kills.
    It could certainly have played a part in Breitbart's untimely death.
    He lived a life consumed with hate and he played political blood sport for a living.

    That being said - I certainly would never have wished him dead and I feel sad for his family.


    He hurled the "racist" accusation and failed to back it up. I realize he admitted Breitbart isn't a homophobe, but he made other accusations that can't be substantiated.





    I and many others would say that the Shirley Sherrod scandal qualifies as racist, but you're free to disagree.

    And certainly it's inaccurate to suggest that questioning Breitbart on race is somehow completely unfair or "unsubstantiated".
    Even IF Breitbart himself wasn't racist - he obviously played the race card in divisive ways that played to the racism of the Repub base.


    He didn't "question", he made a categorical accusation. Do you not know the difference?



    Brietbart regularly engaged in racist polemics and the attack on ACORN, which was without merit, targeted a historically African American institution, which is a racist act. I really don't care what people's personal beliefs are or were. If you're actions are racist, then we'll call a spade a spade.
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    Mar 01, 2012 9:40 PM GMT
    He died from a bad heart.

    I will leave it at that.
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    Mar 01, 2012 9:46 PM GMT
    Haaretz saidAndrew Breitbart was a greedy, racist, tea bagging asshole who trafficked in divisive rhetoric that further paralyzed a country already gridlocked by GOP obstructionism that made it impossible to deal wit critical issues like debt, climate change and social mobility.

    He was not a homophobe. After announcing his intent to join GOProud's advisory board, he famously opined to his fellow conservatives: "If being conservative means rejecting gay conservatives because they are gay, then fine, I’m not a conservative."

    http://www.metroweekly.com/poliglot/2012/03/andrew-breitbart-rights-hero-a.html

    He leaves behind a wife and four children.


    "tea bagging"

    There's my cue

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    Mar 01, 2012 9:52 PM GMT
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    DalTX saidDid he die of anger?
    Rest in peace.




    He died of a heart attack and anger is a contributing factor for heart attacks.


    I've only met him a few times at CPAC and he could get ‘exercised’ a bit. That is very hard on the heart.

    I have NO doubt if it weren’t for the pretty extreme amount of exercise I get; I’d be dead a long time ago. Something like this really wakes me up. Gym tonight!
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    Mar 01, 2012 10:48 PM GMT
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    Haaretz saidAndrew Breitbart was a greedy, racist, tea bagging asshole who trafficked in divisive rhetoric that further paralyzed a country already gridlocked by GOP obstructionism that made it impossible to deal wit critical issues like debt, climate change and social mobility.

    He was not a homophobe. After announcing his intent to join GOProud's advisory board, he famously opined to his fellow conservatives: "If being conservative means rejecting gay conservatives because they are gay, then fine, I’m not a conservative."

    http://www.metroweekly.com/poliglot/2012/03/andrew-breitbart-rights-hero-a.html

    He leaves behind a wife and four children.



    Define "greedy". Making a living to buy things for his family? Racist? Prove it bitch! (BTW, he was adopted and his sister is hispanic -- he must hate her because obviously he's "racist"!).

    Lastly, fuck you and peddle your unsubstantiated horseshit elsewhere!


    I wouldn't worry about it. I mean it's kind of amusing that once again these liberals show themselves for who they really are. This is Breitbart's legacy.
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    Mar 01, 2012 11:06 PM GMT
    riddler78 said This is Breitbart's legacy.
    And unfortunately for Mr Breitbart.. his 'legacy' isn't a 'positive' one.

    And you can take that to the bank!
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    Mar 01, 2012 11:21 PM GMT
    JPtheBITCH saidBreitbart's legacy is that he added to the deceit, the vitriol, and the tribalism that people like Riddler actually think is a virtue.

    Riddler isn't the only one here that worshiped Breitbart and his 'behaviors'..icon_wink.gif
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    Mar 01, 2012 11:26 PM GMT
    RickRick91 saidHe died of a heart attack and anger is a contributing factor for heart attacks.

    Very true! My husband and I had a big argument at a charity gala 18 months ago. The topic isn't important. But we were yelling at each other, and I saw him start to fade.

    It was a "slow" heart attack, just like those my Father had in front of me years earlier. I became worried when he started belching, just like my late Dad. We left the gala, and at home he didn't look good. As always he refused my suggestions he go to the ER.

    I stayed awake in bed with him all night, watching him. At dawn I finally had to take charge of the situation, whether he liked it or not. Since he still rejected going to the ER, instead I phoned our doctor behind his back. He trusts her. I simply told him: "Get dressed, we're going to see Dr. Lee." That at least he would do.

    She saw him right away, and did an EKG in her office. She said he had to go to the hospital immediately. He won't listen to me, but he does listen to her, as I hoped.

    I couldn't have gotten him to the ER myself, unless I had called 911, which I thought was too stressful for him, but I could persuade him to see our doctor. And not being a doctor, I really wasn't sure if I was overreacting myself. You know how we gay guys tend to panic! icon_redface.gif

    In the hospital it was determined that he did indeed have a heart attack. Due to some nerve abnormality (a left bundle branch block), that meds have been able to resolve. He may need a pacemaker in the future. Fortunately his heart muscle was apparently undamaged, and he's got an excellent prognosis.

    But after that close call, I do my damnedest to avoid any stress and arguments with him. I do everything in my power to soothe every situation, to soak up the stress myself, to never let him be aware of anything that could upset him.

    My job is to run interference for him, to make his life easy and stressless. He's not only gay, but Italian, and wants to make a crisis out of everything. icon_rolleyes.gif

    So I defuse every crisis, minimize it, resolve it. And always I'm thinking about his heart, and how nothing that might threaten it comes near him. Maybe this Breitbart guy didn't have somebody doing the same for him. icon_question.gif
  • TrentGrad

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    Mar 01, 2012 11:31 PM GMT
    I generally disliked him and saw him as only a slightly more sophisticated version of people like Mark Steyn and Glenn Beck.

    Having said that, his death is still sad for those he left behind.

    Still though...it's kind of ironic that his political affiliation defends a system that routinely refuses expensive life saving treatment to people who don't have the money to pay for it...and here he dies, at 43...of "natural causes???"

    I guess, when it's your time, being able to jump to the front of the health care line because of contacts and money doesn't always ensure that you wind up with a long life.

    Still though, I hope his family make it through this.
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    Mar 01, 2012 11:44 PM GMT
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    JPtheBITCH saidBreitbart's legacy is that he added to the deceit, the vitriol, and the tribalism that people like Riddler actually think is a virtue.

    Riddler isn't the only one here that worshiped Breitbart and his 'behaviors'..icon_wink.gif


    Certainly isn't. I wouldn't say "worshipped", but I was certainly a fan of his most of the time. Not always though.
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    Mar 02, 2012 12:14 AM GMT
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    DalTX saidDid he die of anger?
    Rest in peace.




    He died of a heart attack and anger is a contributing factor for heart attacks.


    I've only met him a few times at CPAC and he could get ‘exercised’ a bit. That is very hard on the heart.

    I have NO doubt if it weren’t for the pretty extreme amount of exercise I get; I’d be dead a long time ago. Something like this really wakes me up. Gym tonight!




    Good for you.
    And you seem to be able to disagree with folks on politics without hating them personally -which is more can be said for some of your fellow RJ Repubs.
    That's also good for the heart.

    Live and let live.

    We can argue and express our differing opinions but that doesn't mean we have to hate each other just because we disagree.
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    Mar 02, 2012 12:33 AM GMT
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    Haaretz saidAndrew Breitbart was a greedy, racist, tea bagging asshole who trafficked in divisive rhetoric that further paralyzed a country already gridlocked by GOP obstructionism that made it impossible to deal wit critical issues like debt, climate change and social mobility.

    He was not a homophobe. After announcing his intent to join GOProud's advisory board, he famously opined to his fellow conservatives: "If being conservative means rejecting gay conservatives because they are gay, then fine, I’m not a conservative."

    http://www.metroweekly.com/poliglot/2012/03/andrew-breitbart-rights-hero-a.html

    He leaves behind a wife and four children.



    Define "greedy". Making a living to buy things for his family? Racist? Prove it bitch! (BTW, he was adopted and his sister is hispanic -- he must hate her because obviously he's "racist"!).

    Lastly, fuck you and peddle your unsubstantiated horseshit elsewhere!







    Calm down, mock.
    Haaretz gave Breitbart credit for not being a homophobe.
    And Haaretz's comments about the divisive and hateful tactics used by Breitbart are supported by the facts.
    Breitbart was OBVIOUSLY a flame thrower who was often guilty of extremely ugly political sleaze.

    Hate kills.
    It could certainly have played a part in Breitbart's untimely death.
    He lived a life consumed with hate and he played political blood sport for a living.

    That being said - I certainly would never have wished him dead and I feel sad for his family.


    He hurled the "racist" accusation and failed to back it up. I realize he admitted Breitbart isn't a homophobe, but he made other accusations that can't be substantiated.





    I and many others would say that the Shirley Sherrod scandal qualifies as racist, but you're free to disagree.

    And certainly it's inaccurate to suggest that questioning Breitbart on race is somehow completely unfair or "unsubstantiated".
    Even IF Breitbart himself wasn't racist - he obviously played the race card in divisive ways that played to the racism of the Repub base.


    He didn't "question", he made a categorical accusation. Do you not know the difference?



    Brietbart regularly engaged in racist polemics and the attack on ACORN, which was without merit, targeted a historically African American institution, which is a racist act. I really don't care what people's personal beliefs are or were. If you're actions are racist, then we'll call a spade a spade.


    There's nothing "racist" about taking down a corrupt and criminal organization. ACORN was about helping low income people which included, it is not an "African American Institution".
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    Mar 02, 2012 12:39 AM GMT
    I was surprised a s hell to hear about Breitbart's death

    The guy was only 43 years old
    and he collapsed dead on the street ... that doesn't happen without an underlying cause

    Before he died Breitbart was looking increasingly disheveled and not making much sense one person commenting

    Andrew Breitbart is clearly not a well man. You can see it in his crazy fucking rage-filled eyes. He looks like he’s barely holding it together these days. If it’s revealed that he’s taken to shitting in diapers, that wouldn’t surprise me one bit…

    Something was up with him and it caused him his life .... my opinion was that he was not a happy man
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    Mar 02, 2012 12:53 AM GMT
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    There's nothing "racist" about taking down a corrupt and criminal organization. ACORN was about helping low income people which included, it is not an "African American Institution".


    Except it was neither corrupt nor criminal as the resulting congressional investigation revealed. Brietbart hated ACORN because they helped African Americans vote and most African Americans vote for Democrats. Seeking to damage an organization that helps black Americans vote, even without malice toward black Americans per se, is still a racist act.
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    Mar 02, 2012 1:47 AM GMT
    http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/andrew-breitbart-dead-la-bar-politics-296386

    "Sando says the duo quickly struck up a conversation that would last a little less than two hours.

    STORY: Andrew Breitbart Dead at 43

    "He was friendly and engaging," Sando recalls. "I said, 'You can't be very happy with the slate of Republican candidates' and he said, 'Why would you say that?' I said, 'Well, they're talking about contraception,' and he said, 'The conversation is being framed by the liberal media.' I said, 'Well, the media isn't writing Rick Santorum’s speeches for him.' We had a back-and-forth for awhile until we said we weren’t going to agree on some things."

    The friendly debate continued in the bar as Breitbart sipped red wine, says Sando. "We just hit it off, he was delightful. There were other people who sat down and joined the conversation"


    This has always been my impression when talking to him .... animated and passionate
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    Mar 02, 2012 2:09 AM GMT
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    DalTX saidDid he die of anger?
    Rest in peace.




    He died of a heart attack and anger is a contributing factor for heart attacks.


    I've only met him a few times at CPAC and he could get ‘exercised’ a bit. That is very hard on the heart.

    I have NO doubt if it weren’t for the pretty extreme amount of exercise I get; I’d be dead a long time ago. Something like this really wakes me up. Gym tonight!




    Good for you.
    And you seem to be able to disagree with folks on politics without hating them personally -which is more can be said for some of your fellow RJ Repubs.
    That's also good for the heart.

    Live and let live.

    We can argue and express our differing opinions but that doesn't mean we have to hate each other just because we disagree.


    Exactly. I truly don’t hate anyone … well maybe someone in Iran that I can think of, and maybe Syria. Maybe I don’t even hate them, but I do want someone or something to get in there and take care of ‘business’.

    I can really get in someone’s face and troll more than a bit, but underneath I’m kinda laughing about it. I do get pissed, but in the true Irish tradition, it’s only for a few minutes. I’m just as hard on the right when I see lack of understanding or animus.

    I’ve had genetic high blood pressure since forever. It made me flunk my air force physical in all of about 30 seconds 40 years ago. I’ve been on Norvasc for about 20 years, but sometimes that doesn’t even do it. So I can’t seethe with anger because I know what that will do long-term, and also why I’m absolutely religious about getting to the gym every day.

    Life is just too short to waste a life filled with anger. Here I am 58 already and I feel that I haven’t even gotten started on many of wild and crazy things I want to do. I also know that with my heart that I’m running out of time so I’m not about to waste one second hating someone.

    Unfortunately, this country has gotten that way and I know that I throw it out there about (un)civil war between the right and left. On that issue, I’m not kidding as I am really concerned that we cannot talk to each other anymore and work things out. It's a very dangerous path.