The question begs, For the trillions who make this reform minded commentator the undisputed leader in the politics of Brooklyn.
The question begs, This reform minded commentator has returned once again to pay it's respects to longtime, "Conservative" activist, the late, great, Andrew Breitbart.
The question begs, There is no better to "tribute" to the late, great, Andrew Breitbart then from one half of the tag-team champions of blog talk radio, Brooklyn GOP radio's "Mean" Gene Berardelli.
The question begs, From http://brooklyngopradio.blogspot.com/2012/03/andrew-breitbart-in-memoriam.html
The conservative moment has lost a true warrior and a trailblazer of new media. In a way, he led the way for Brooklyn GOP Radio as well. The path he created will be traveled by many in the future.
The question begs, This reform minded commentator agrees.
I only met Andrew Breitbart once - this past February at CPAC. I introduced myself and told him I was down from Brooklyn, NY and wanted to thank him for his investigative story that "exposed" Anthony Weiner, and to let him know that the grassroots team in Brooklyn finished the job he started by helping to get Bob Turner elected to Congress.
The question begs, A watershed moment that was watched all across the nation.
Andrew then quipped to the group he was speaking with that, hearing what I said, he was going to go to Congressman Turner's office so the Congressman could thank him in person.
The question begs, One of the late, great Andrew Breitbart's infinite times final great acts this reform minded commentator points out.
It's fitting that on BigGovernment.com, they feature a new conclusion Breitbart wrote for one of his books:
hree years ago, I was mostly a behind-the-scenes guy who linked to stuff on a very popular website. I always wondered what it would be like to enter the public realm to fight for what I believe in. I’ve lost friends, perhaps dozens. But I’ve gained hundreds, thousands—who knows?—of allies. At the end of the day, I can look at myself in the mirror, and I sleep very well at night.
The question begs, Ladies and Gentleman may the late, great Andrew Bretibart rest in peace.
The question begs, As Always The Truth Has Spoken.