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After Election 2012: WWBD -- What Would Breitbart Do?

CharlesDean Wrote: Nov 10, 2012 7:23 PM
Charles Dean’s Rules of Infiltration: 1. No name calling. When we get people mad we lose all opportunity to reach either their minds or their hearts. Most of the people we’re talking to were fooled by others to believe that liberal politics are good and conservative politics are bad; very few are malicious in their intent. 2. Document all entries so that anyone whose interest you’ve piqued can find and read the source. If we get people reading good material, then they will educate themselves much faster than we can through short arguments in websites and social media.
CharlesDean Wrote: Nov 10, 2012 7:23 PM
3. Try to keep arguments as short as possible, without losing the major flow of the logic in your point. Remember, our goal is to plant many small seeds of thought, not a few big ones. People need to learn to think for themselves. We’re just trying to get them started in seeing through the tissues of lies that surround them.
4. Only post items in threads that are related. It can be very annoying to people to be reading through comments on one topic and then come across one that is totally unrelated. Comments like that are generally not well-received.

Many of us woke up the morning after the election in a daze and I imagine quite a few of us thought, okay…we lost, it is a new day…WWBD-What Would Breitbart Do? None of us can speak conclusively for him, but many of us were so deeply influenced and impacted by his leadership that in different ways his ideas live on inside of us.

Just before he died, Andrew called for a true vetting of President Obama, something that simply did not happen in 2008. Though he did not live to see it, many people led the charge and dozens...