Breitbart's Legacy: The Vetting of Barack Obama

Lauri Regan
Beginning today and continuing through Election Day, November 6, 2012, Breitbart.com will be performing the job that the mainstream media has continually refused to do: vetting the president. Today's column on Big Government explains:

Prior to his passing, Andrew Breitbart said that the mission of the Breitbart empire was to exemplify the free and fearless press that our Constitution protects--but which, increasingly, the mainstream media denies us.

"Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?" - "Who guards the guardians?" Andrew saw himself in that role-as a guardian protecting Americans from the left's "objective" loyal scribes. 

Andrew wanted to do what the mainstream media would not. First and foremost: Andrew pledged to vet President Barack H. Obama. 

Andrew did not want to re-litigate the 2008 election. Nor did he want to let Republicans off the hook. Instead, he wanted to show that the media had failed in its most basic duty: to uncover the truth, and hold those in power accountable, regardless of party.

From today through Election Day, November 6, 2012, we will vet this president--and his rivals. 

What follows this statement is an article written by Breitbart in preparation for the launching of what can only be called an "honesty campaign" - a mission to expose the radical background and views of the man occupying the White House - in the hopes that in November, the American people can actually make an informed decision. The article discusses Obama's participation with fellow radicals in a panel discussion following the performance of a play entitled The Love Song of Saul Alinsky. Read the whole article and follow the vetting process on a daily basis. Andrew Breitbart's legacy thankfully lives on.

Beginning today and continuing through Election Day, November 6, 2012, Breitbart.com will be performing the job that the mainstream media has continually refused to do: vetting the president. Today's column on Big Government explains:

Prior to his passing, Andrew Breitbart said that the mission of the Breitbart empire was to exemplify the free and fearless press that our Constitution protects--but which, increasingly, the mainstream media denies us.

"Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?" - "Who guards the guardians?" Andrew saw himself in that role-as a guardian protecting Americans from the left's "objective" loyal scribes. 

Andrew wanted to do what the mainstream media would not. First and foremost: Andrew pledged to vet President Barack H. Obama. 

Andrew did not want to re-litigate the 2008 election. Nor did he want to let Republicans off the hook. Instead, he wanted to show that the media had failed in its most basic duty: to uncover the truth, and hold those in power accountable, regardless of party.

From today through Election Day, November 6, 2012, we will vet this president--and his rivals. 

What follows this statement is an article written by Breitbart in preparation for the launching of what can only be called an "honesty campaign" - a mission to expose the radical background and views of the man occupying the White House - in the hopes that in November, the American people can actually make an informed decision. The article discusses Obama's participation with fellow radicals in a panel discussion following the performance of a play entitled The Love Song of Saul Alinsky. Read the whole article and follow the vetting process on a daily basis. Andrew Breitbart's legacy thankfully lives on.