Rep Allen West ‘Now is the time to stand strong and renew our efforts to repeal and replace Obamacare”

Dear Friend,

In 2011, voting to repeal Obamacare was among my first votes as a member of Congress. After yesterday’s Supreme Court decision, the battle is just beginning. This is a fight we must win because our Constitution and very freedom are at stake.

The good news is this: since Obamacare was identified as the largest tax increase in history on the American people, with Mitt Romney as President, a conservative Congress, and just 51 seats in the US Senate, we will achieve full repeal of this outrageous tax increase.

As I said yesterday, being involved in electing conservative candidates has never been more important.

Now is the time to stand strong and renew our efforts to repeal and replace Obamacare. The first 50 people to respond to this message by making a contribution of $10 or more will be shipped a bumper sticker from our campaign.

Rededicate yourself to repealing Obamacare.

You and I know that Obamacare is a massive tax increase we can’t afford. What’s worse is that the decision greatly expanded Washington’s taxing power, opening the door to even more tax increases. The only way to stop this is to get activated and crush liberals at the ballot box.

Join me today and help defeat Obamacare by making a contribution.

Thank you for your support!
Steadfast and Loyal,

LTC(R) Allen B. West
Member of Congress

P.S. The first 50 people who rededicate themselves to defeating Obamacare bycontributing $10 or more here will be shipped a free bumper sticker from my campaign.


Rep Allen West “Stand with me today for repealing and replacing Obamacare”

Dear Friend,

Regardless of the Supreme Court’s pending decision on Obamacare, like you, I’m 100% committed to repealing and replacing Obamacare and I need your support to help me lead the fight. Stand with me today.

You and I know how important it is to defeat this legislation that:

  • Violates our individual rights.
  • Attacks religious freedom.
  • Contains half a billion dollars in cuts to Medicare.
  • Has resulted in higher health care costs.
  • Is full of massive tax increases that will devastate our economy.

On June 30th, our campaign faces an important fundraising deadline. We’ve set a goal of 1,000 contributors in the next 72 hours to send a message to President Obama and the liberals in Congress that we’re committed to defeating Obamacare. With your help, I know we can meet this goal.

Barack Obama and liberals in Congress are already planning their next steps if the court strikes down the individual mandate. We need to be prepared to fight their big government alternatives.

If the court upholds the law, we have even more work to do to fight the high costs and taxes and assault on our freedoms.

I’m counting on you for a contribution of $25 or more to stand with me against Obamacare and help me finish the fundraising quarter strong. Thanks again for your support.

Steadfast and Loyal,
LTC(R) Allen B. West
Member of Congress

P.S. Stand with me today for repealing and replacing Obamacare. Every contribution helps bring us closer to our goal.



Rep Allen West asks “Can I count on you to accept the challenge of defeating Obama?”


Last week the Speaker gave a presentation on where we stood right now in our efforts to defeat Obama.  He said there is a possibility we could lose the House and Obama would once again be free to ram his ideas through the House of Representatives.

I stood up and said that I would take on the challenge of mobilizing 375,000 conservative supporters.

Obama is storming across America activating his liberal base and raising record sums of money. Without your help I fear he will win re-election and make his European dreams reality for all Americans.

Stand up to Obama and show him Conservatives are a united front with a gift of $25, $15 or $5.

This fight is so important that a group of House Republicans said they would match every gift made before June 18th.

That means your gift of $25 will actually be $50… 

… a gift of $15 will be $30…

…a gift of $5 will be $10!

Can I count on you to accept the challenge of defeating Obama?


Steadfast and Loyal,

LTC Allen West (FL-22)

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Rep. Allen West stands firm on upholding DOMA – Video


Congressman Allen West – Legislative Lowdown & Weekly Wrap Up #CISPA

Dear Patriot,

Greetings to our constituents, fellow Floridians, and all Americans.  It is time again for my weekly update report to you all.

This week I posted a slide depicting the ten year federal program growth rates. I want to make sure you see it, so I’m including it below.

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This graph illustrates clearly – and frighteningly — that we are not anywhere near reducing the size and scope of the federal government. Instead, the government, along with our debt and deficit, continues to grow. My friends from across the aisle continue to banter about the idea that conservatives are cutting deeply into Federal Government programs, but clearly, nothing could be further from the truth.

We are on an unsustainable path when it comes to our economic security, and continuing on this path is immoral. It is immoral for our children and grandchildren to be saddled with our fiscal irresponsibility. If we stay on this path, the future of the United States is that of a socialist egalitarian welfare nanny state – not a Constitutional Republic.

The American people must realize there is a choice between two very divergent futures. The solution does not include more taxes, which will only serve to grow the size of government.

Last week, we learned that 1st Quarter GDP growth was a lackluster 2.2%, coming off a year of 0.4%, 1.0%, 1.3%, and 3.0% per quarter GDP growth in 2011.  The notion that we need more government “investment” is not a viable path forward to restore our economic standing.

This brings up an interesting question: What exactly is the rate of return on government investment?  We grew the bureaucracy of education within the Federal Government, yet our worldwide standing in education has dropped. We created the United States Department of Energy nearly 40 years ago and yet we are still not energy independent. We spent billions of taxpayer dollars for bailouts and stimulus and as you can see, we are in an anemic economic recovery.

The most alarming part of the chart provided above is that total family income is down.  This means we are consolidating the capital of hardworking American taxpayers.

My recommendation is to invest in tax reform which focuses capital generation with our small businesses and reinvigorates production and manufacturing in America. This is the means by which we can inspire individual industrialism, innovation, and promote the conditions which will result in the next level of American ingenuity.

We just ended our April 2012 legislative session and tax return season. What will tax return season look like next year? The choice is yours!

Steadfast and Loyal,

Legislative Update:

Cybersecurity–  This past Thursday, the House of Representatives approved H.R. 3523, the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA), by a vote of 248-168, I VOTED YES.  The bill would amend the National Security Act of 1947 to enable cyber threat sharing and provide clear authority for the private sector to defend its own networks, while providing strong protections for privacy and civil liberties.  The bill would prohibit the government from requiring private sector entities to provide information to the government, and by encouraging the private sector to “anonymize” or “minimize” the information it voluntarily shares with others, including the government.  In addition, the bill would require an independent Inspector General audit of any voluntary information sharing with the government.  The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) estimates that implementing H.R. 3523 would have a discretionary cost of $15 million over the 2012–2016 period, assuming appropriation of the necessary amounts.

Student Loans – This past Friday, the House of Representatives approved H.R. 4628, the Interest Rate Reduction Act, by a vote of 215-195, I VOTED YES.  The bill would prevent interest rates on new federally subsidized Stafford Loans made to undergraduate students from increasing from 3.4 percent to 6.8 percent on July 1, 2012. The bill would extend the 3.4 percent rate until July 1, 2013.  The cost of a one-year extension of the lower rate is $5.985 billion, and in order to pay for this cost, the bill would repeal the unobligated balance of the “Prevention and Public Health Fund,” a slush fund in the president’s government takeover of health care law.  The remaining savings generated from repealing the $11.9 billion slush fund would be put toward deficit reduction. My desired solution would have been to repeal the section of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act which nationalizes college student loans. Competition in the private sector for college education loans will keep interest rates low, not allowing a government mandated monopoly.



Allen West for Congress will conduct the first neighborhood walk for the Congressman

When:  Saturday, April 28, 2012

Times: 9-11am

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