Michele Kirk for BIZPAC Review “Allen West’s Spokesman Defending Texting and Driving Bill” Video

Uploaded by  on Mar 14, 2012

By: Michele Kirk for BIZPAC Review

Congressman Allen West announced his support and co-sponsorship of the Safe Teen and Novice Uniform Protection, or STANDUP Act, at a teen driving event at Jupiter High School on Tuesday, as reported in BPR’s March 14 article “Allen West hits a Porsche while simulating texting and driving.”

The act, if passed, would ban teens from driving while texting, restrict driving with other teens and impose other limitations on young drivers. With 50 members of Congress, the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office and Allstate Insurance Co., among others, signed on, the bill seems to be “in good hands.”

But the conservative congressman, normally a prime target for left-wing criticism, is being blasted from his base on this one. The immediate responses posted as comments to the March 14 article expressed surprise at the federal restrictions being proposed. Readers noted that fundamental issues of small government and states’ rights were being ignored.


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5 responses to “Michele Kirk for BIZPAC Review “Allen West’s Spokesman Defending Texting and Driving Bill” Video

  1. You have NO justifiable excuses to continue shredding OUR CONSTITUTION!! Because there exist among dimwits, that DOES NOT mean create yet another LAW restricting OUR RIGHTS!
    I know from personal experience, having been rear-ended no less than 10 times, you cannot legislate COMMON SENSE!
    Mr. West, YOU HAVE become part of the TYRANNY that exists in The United States of America.
    Sir, please explain to We The People, why you continue to NOT UPHOLD and DEFEND the CONSTITUTION that YOU took an oath to do.

  2. Nobody’s perfect and Mr. West proves it on this one. The attempt by government to fix everything is akin to a million accupuncture needles killing the patient named “Liberty.”

  3. Thank You so much for deleting my comment and NOT responding to it… Just awesome! I’ll pass this on…