… as the classy guy he was:

Andrew Breitbart, a Washington Times columnist who oversees Breitbart.com and BigHollywood.com, tapped into the anti-Kennedy vein in the hours after the senator’s death was announced, posting a series of Twitter messages in which he called Kennedy a “villain,” a “duplicitous bastard” and a “prick.”

“I’m more than willing to go off decorum to ensure THIS MAN is not beatified,” Breitbart wrote. “Sorry, he destroyed lives. And he knew it.”

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  1. Lev says:

    I’m surprised at how much of a nonreaction I’ve had to this news. Literally nothing. And I was actually pretty bummed by Hitchens dying even though I disagreed with a lot of what he believed and thought his arguments were often less than sound. I think it was because Hitchens was a likable and witty guy, sure, but he was a crusader. Didn’t always march in the right direction, but he had things he cared about. Breitbart was basically a mercenary, no real integrity to be found that I’m aware of. At the same time, I’m not the type to get pumped up at someone dying. So I really have no feelings about it.

  2. While I have never hated anyone enough to wish them dead I will not miss this one.

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