Breitbart's Legacy: The Vetting of Barack Obama

Beginning today and continuing through Election Day, November 6, 2012, 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.