The REAL Person of the Year? Andrew Breitbart

Steve Kalinowski of Global Domination Through Applied Inactivity reveals who he thinks Time’s Person of the Year should have been.

As usual, those Liberal Clowns at Time Magazine got it wrong. As expected, they pandered to the masses, the ignorant sheeple of America, in a bleak & meager attempt to draw readership to their increasingly irrelevant rag and declared that His Holiness The Dear Leader, The Obamessiah Himself, B-Hussein Obama (Blessed Be His Name) was Time’s Person of the Year.

What a crock.

Then again, they also declared Hitler to be Person of the Year in 1938 and that worked out well. In 1931 it was Pierre Laval, who ended up surrendering France to Hitler and headed the Vichy government. He signed the orders to send Jews in France to the concentration camps. In 1939 they declared Uncle Joe Stalin to be Person of the Year. Later they repeated that “honor” in 1942 to suck up to the Russians as allies against Hitler.

They’ve also graced their Person of the Year covers with great guys like Chinese dictator Deng Xiao Ping a couple times, Jimmy Carter, Bill Clinton twice, Soviet Dictator Nikita Khrushchev, Soviet dictator Yuri Andropov, Soviet dictator-turned-Good Guy Mikhail Gorbachev, Russian dictator in disguise Vladimir Putin, The Occupy Protesters, and now for the second time, Obama.

I call BS on all of it.

Of all the people who left us this year, of all the losses endured by the Conservative movement in America this year, of all the leaders to have left us too soon, I say the toughest loss this year was Andrew Breitbart.

Read the whole thing.

In addition to writing this fitting tribute to Breitbart, Steve’s in serious need of Twitter followers. Could you help out? Thanks!

Happy New Year!

(Hat tip FTR Radio)

-Becca Lower

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