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Wednesday, June 01, 2011

Amazon Review: Breitbart's "Righteous Indignation"

My Amazon review of Andrew Breitbart's Righteous Indignation: Excuse Me While I Save the World! is up. You can see it here. Please consider casting a "very helpful" vote for it if you're so inclined. I started late, so I'm way behind in the race for "Most Helpful Positive Review," but with your help, we can do it.
4.0 out of 5 stars America's Leading Reality Re-Engineer and Caucastorian, May 31, 2011
Gen. JC Christian, patriot (Tremonton, UT United States) - See all my reviews
This review is from: Righteous Indignation: Excuse Me While I Save the World! (Hardcover)

I bought this book, reluctantly. Although I'm appreciative of Mr. Breitbart's work as a reality re-engineer and caucastorian, it's disheartening to contribute my hard-earned dollars to what eventually will become Shirley Sherrod's retirement nest egg. Still, like so many others in Mr. Breitbart's fan base, I ignored my better judgement and bought his work.

Righteous Indignation begins in the heady days of Monicagate, when Mr. Breitbart's master, Matt Drudge, and his sycophantic servants at the Times, the Post, AP, CNN, and ABC impeached the President for staining a dress. He was there for it all, strategizing with Drudge over a slathering of eggs, retrieving instructions from eager Starr minions, and issuing orders to the likes of ABC's Mark Halperin and the Post's Susan Schmidt.

But it wasn't until the election of Barack Obama, that Mr. Breitbart made his most important contributions to imagineering and denigracial science. Within minutes of learning that Obama had won the nomination, Mr. Breitbart suddenly realized that there was something very different about Obama. The Democratic candidate appeared to be unheartlandishly hued--by God, the future President was, indeed, a Canaanite, a Negro. It was an important revelation for Mr. Breitbart. It appears to be the driving force behind his later successes.

Now, he had to tell the world. He did so, immediately, by co-manufacturing a controversy about the very black proclivity of the Obamas to engage in both fist bumping and calling the righteously-hued, "whitey" in secret, unheard, unseen videotapes. Next, he used the undeniable evidence of shared skin-color to tie the President to a pair of crazed, racist black guys who muttered epithets at a polling station.

But it was his re-branding of ACORN that showed his true genius for reality re-engineering. By utilizing advancements in the field of creatively edited tape--and as some have suggested, perhaps the magic of distilled spirits and free market cocaine as well, Mr. Breitbart re-branded a poverty-fighting organization into a criminal syndicate. Mr. Breightbart brought everything he'd learned to this project: a reliance on traditional sterotypes (i.e. Blacks are criminal, Blacks pray on white women, etc); and, again, tied Obama to it via the undeniable evidence of shared skin-color and the President's history as a community organizer.

Breitbart's base, upper-middle-class poster children for the sad, sorry plight of the white, Christian male, quickly proclaimed him a true American hero, a white messiah sent by God to remove the heavy boot of Black oppression from beneath their feet.

Next, Mr. Breitbart applied his skills in the promotion of creatively edited tape to bring down a USDA official named Shirley Sherrod, re-branding her from a champion of tolerance to a racist extremist. Unfortunately, un-edited tape was quickly made available this time, and Breitbart was unable to make the crucial "Obama is a scary black man" tie.

It's unfortunate that the book was published before Mr. Breihtbart undertook his latest project, an examination of a white Congressmember's member. It will be interesting to see how he re-brands it as black to make that important tie to Obama. But then, I guess that's for another book.

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