"The Beltway Village is a dull place, full of boring people. Breitbart stood out, and in an elite culture that worships savvy and confidence, he was destined for stardom. Sure, he’d play rabblerouser to the Tea Party cheap seats, but he always remained insecure enough to drop terms like ‘the Frankfurt School’ or ‘cultural Marxism.’ He wanted to be taken seriously by those liberals, a weakness that might have been endearing, were his unregenerate viciousness not routinely employed in racist whistleblowing and character assassination."

Gawker absolutely (and correctly) slaughters Andrew Breitbart’s legacy as a savvy troll who used modern conservative paranoia to gain the begrudging approval of the imaginary liberal media. (via marathonpacks)

This post was written by two guest bloggers who normally blog at Et Tu, Mr. Destructo?. Just wanted to get the sourcing right, because it is that fantastic.

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