Allen West Guardian Fund: Helping to elect hard charging Minority and Veteran conservatives to Congress

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Dear Friends and Patriots

From the time I took an oath to support and defend our constitution as a young Second Lieutenant in the United States Army, I have committed my life to our nation and its constitutional principles. I feel a duty and an honor to encourage others to follow a similar path.

That’s why we’ve launched the Allen West Guardian Fund.

The Guardian Fund’s sole mission is to build an army of activists to help elect 12 new hard-charging conservatives to the United State Congress — conservatives who are either among the minority and/or veteran communities. This new generation of conservative leaders will stand as guardians of our constitutional republic.

But to successfully complete this mission, we must raise $5 million over the next 20 months!

The Guardian Fund will face its first test in just a few days. March 31st marks our first Federal Election Commission fundraising deadline and our goal is to report $250,000 raised in our first two weeks.

Can I count on your immediate donation to help us reach this goal?

Please follow this link to donate $25, $50, $100 or more to the Guardian Fund today.

In the coming weeks, we’ll be launching our full-scale battle plan for candidate recruitment and messaging. In the past, we’ve endorsed candidates like Captain Tom Cotton (U.S. Army, Arkansas 4th Congressional District), Lieutenant Commander James Bridenstine (U.S. Navy, Oklahoma 1st Congressional District), Mia Love and Vernon Parker. As we set our sights on 2014, we look forward to canvassing the country for the next bright stars of the conservative movement.

With your continued support, the Guardian Fund will help get 12 more outstanding constitutional conservatives elected to Congress. So can we count on your immediate donation of $25, $50, $100 or more to reach our March 31 goal?

Thank you in advance for your support.

Steadfast and loyal,
Allen West
Lt. Col. Allen B. West, USA (ret)
U.S. Congressman (2011-2013)

P.S. Our initial FEC report is a critical step in establishing the Allen West Guardian Fund as the premiere conservative political action committee. A strong showing for the first quarter will prove to the left and the Republican establishment that we love America too much to sit back and watch them destroy her with radical policies and reckless political gridlock. So can we count on you to help the Guardian Fund raise $250,000 by March 31? Please follow this link right away to donate $25, $50, $100 or more.

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8 responses to “Allen West Guardian Fund: Helping to elect hard charging Minority and Veteran conservatives to Congress

  1. I appreciate all that LTC West is trying to do for those of us conservatives who want to make a difference, but haven’t got a soapbox to stand on… I wish I could donate. Who knows? It could be my candidacy he supports one day!

  2. I had liked Col. West, but won’t endorse or support anything that makes ANY decisions based on something as trivial as race. The race card has been played too much. It’s a tired liberal tactic.

    • As you can see by his AWGF link here http://allenwestguardianfund.com/candidates the 2012 candidates that his fund endorsed were far from simply being “race related.” Training minorities and Veterans to run for congress is also not race based. Sorry you feel you no longer like LTC West. I am certain he would love to hear you personal opinions on this topic as he is far from promoting class warfare or race based ideologies.

  3. Col West, I’d like to interview you on 500 radio stations nationwide,. I’m in general agreement with just about all your policy stands. Let’s make this happen.

  4. Allen,

    What are you thinking to send an email with this message, “The Allen West Guardian Fund will lead the way to elect twelve hard-charging constitutional conservatives to the U.S. Congress in 2014, who are either veterans or minorities, to ensure this nation remains the land of the free and home of the brave”? The key phrase is “who are either veterans or minorities.” How about picking constitutional conservatives based on the content of their characters and not on the color of their skins? How about some with courage enough to stand up to liberal wags and hacks and won’t self-destruct with their shallow, thoughtless comments?

    Your message sounds like you will work within the confines of the GOP? What have you seen that gives you confidence that the GOP will embrace the conservative candidates you hope to get elected? You’ve been a great crusader for conservative principles, don’t let your message get diluted. Warmly, Ron Bacon, San Juan Capistrano, CA

    • Ron, thanks for the input but this is not the Allen West Guardian PAC website
      It is privately run (see about me section). I do not send out any emails to anyone. The only way you would get an email from this website is if you personally subscribed to receive my posts. While my posts are obtained from AW Guardian PAC and other places and I promote him, that is where it ends. This is strictly a volunteer effort on my part. Thank you for your comments

  5. Thanks for stepping out and allowing conservatives to have a platform to espouse our values. Being retired AF, I surely understand your concern with our military with the new policies of open homosexuals and females required to serve in combat zones. You might want to check out Russia’s Army, looks like they have an epidemic of HIV/AIDS and they don’t even allow gays to serve. When this administration get through with our armed forces, they won’t to able to fight their way out of a paper bag. Guess that great for the eventual socialist movement that’s going to strip us all our constitutional rights.

  6. Why don’t people like Donald Trump give their millions? He talked about giving 5 million to some charity, etc. so why not give it to you? I got a lousy 18 dollar a month increase in social security, then the government took away 8 dollars off my food stamps and I was only getting 40 on food stamps as it was. Government sucks.