Along with a relaunch of the newly designed Breitbart.com, Andrew Breitbart’s last column before his death was published Sunday, and it exposed the President in "a story that should swing the first hammer against the glass wall the mainstream media has built around Barack Obama." Entitled "The Vetting, Part I: Barack’s Love Song to Alinsky," the article busts open the lid on a controversial event that Obama attended in 1998: A play staged in Chicago, titled The Love Song of Saul Alinsky, which championed the life and political ideology of the infamous Chicagoan "community organizer" Saul Alinsky.
"From his youth on Chicago’s westside to his becoming a national figure, this play covers the life story of Saul Alinsky, a man who would forever change the shape of the country," read a press release summarizing the show. "The Love Song of Saul Alinsky serves to remind us of what is truly important in this world and why we should fight to hang on it."
Obama was not only an attendee, but he also took the stage and collaborated in a panel discussion that followed the show. In a recent article published at the Chicago Reader, Michael Miner ridiculed conservative interest about the play, as well as the flagrant suspicions regarding a connection between Obama and Alinsky. In his article, Miner described the poster that advertised the play and the post-show discussion panel:
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