Allen West “The GOP is in dire need of charismatic messengers” via @WTCommunities

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Monday, Nov. 11, 2013 – Allen West: Out of the Foxhole

by Allen B. West

Palm Beach Gardens, FL, November 11, 2013 — After last week’s elections in New York, New Jersey, and Virginia, the political pundit class had very unsurprising conclusions for the GOP. First, Governor Chris Christie will get the GOP presidential nomination in 2016. Second, the GOP needs to follow Christie’s model and become more moderate.

Therein lies the fundamental difference between Republicans and Democrats. Republicans play checkers, an impulsive, reactionary game while Democrats play chess. They develop a long strategic plan to be implemented incrementally, eventually attaining their objectives by any means necessary.

Saul Alinsky, the Chicago native, admitted Marxist and author of the book, Rules for Radicals is a legendary figure in the playbook of leftist, progressive tactics. Alinsky identified a set of very specific rules that ordinary citizens could follow as a means of gaining public power through revolution.

However, Alinsky’s brand of revolution was not characterized by dramatic, sweeping, or overnight transformations of social institutions. Instead Alinsky advocated a gradual infiltration of existing institutions such as churches, unions and political parties. Alinsky advised organizers and their disciples to quietly, subtly gain influence within the decision-making ranks of these institutions, and to slowly introduce changes from those platforms.

To use a southern metaphor, this is just like boiling a frog. You don’t throw the frog into a pot of hot water. You have to put the frog into a pot of cold water and slowly turn up the temperature. It’s a long term strategy.

But the GOP defines strategy as telling everyone to be more like Governor Christie. (Click below to continue)

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Allen West “Election night wrap-up: what next for the GOP?”

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Written by Allen West on November 5, 2013

Well, the results are in and so it’s time for a little assessment.

Let’s start with New York. Good luck, you just voted in a Marxist/socialist, and you thought David Dinkins was bad? I know there are some very eclectic folks in New York City but what were the free market capitalists thinking?

Next door in New Jersey, everyone pretty much saw this woodshed coming for Governor Christie.

Election night wrap-up: what next for the GOP? – Allen B. West – AllenBWest.com.

Egyptian political expert @Cynthia_Farahat Discusses with Allen West The Beheadings in New Jersey and More

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Coptic Christians were recently beheaded New Jersey. Egyptian political expert Cynthia Farahat explains why these murders are relevant to the fight against radical Islam. Is there a reason why Farahat takes this crime more seriously than New Jersey law enforcement? Find out. Plus, Farahat gives Col. Allen West an update on the current situation in Egypt.

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Radical Islam In New Jersey: Man Beheads Coptic Christians

Congressman Allen West “To The People of New Jersey, NYC and Those Affected by Hurricane Sandy”

“As the sun rises this morning Angela and I send out our thoughts and prayers to the people of New Jersey and New York City who have been severely affected by Hurricane Sandy.”

“Many here in South Florida have relatives and connections to the areas worse hit by the storm, to include my wife Angela. We lift you all up in this time that God will provide you the comfort and perseverance to weather this storm.”

“To my Congressional colleagues in the hardest hit areas, you have my utmost support in any way I can provide assistance. Just as a new day began, so shall an even better sun rise upon your restored lives and communities…America is here for you.”

Rep. Allen West – via Facebook Status

Ryan Mauro – writes Florida Sen Marco Rubio, Florida Rep Allen West, Herman Cain “Christie Says No,”

Christie Says No, but Plans Next Move

Posted by Ryan Mauro

The Republican candidates for president in 2012 have let go a sigh of relief as New Jersey Governor Chris Christie announced that he won’t take the plunge. Absent a late entry by Sarah Palin​, the field is set, but quickly changing. This doesn’t mean Christie’s ambitions are limited to his state. In his announcement, he left open the possibilities of being vice president, not running for re-election in 2013, and running for president in the future.

“It didn’t feel right in my gut,” said Governor Christie on Tuesday. He couldn’t get himself to leave his job unfinished in New Jersey, but that doesn’t mean he isn’t planning on having a big future. “Now is not my time,” he said, leaving the door open to being vice president or president.

“I’m not going to preclude any employment in the future,” Christie stated. He ducked a question about being the 2012 nominee’s running mate, saying, “I just don’t think I have the personality to be asked.”

In several ways, being the 2012 vice presidential candidate would be ideal for Christie. The N.J. legislative elections are this November, potentially allowing Christie to advance his agenda at accelerated speed. By the time of the Republican National Convention on August 12, 2012, he can safely argue that he is satisfied with what he has achieved in N.J. and has the necessary experience to be commander-in-chief if need be. By being the vice presidential nominee, he stops another running mate from coming to the forefront in 2016 if President Obama is re-elected. It also leaves the option open of seeking re-election or not, depending on the outcome of the race, and gives him experience in running a national campaign.

Christie knows he will be on any nominee’s short-list as a running mate. He is an incredible attack dog and will fire up the base. He is immensely popular and would be a dynamic fundraiser. He has a remarkable record of bi-partisanship, as his close friendship with Democratic Mayor of Newark, Cory Booker​, shows. The two have productively worked together and talk nearly every day. Some mayors in Hudson County, a Democratic bastion, openly praise him. Union City Mayor Brian Stack, a Democrat, calls him the best governor in the history of the state.

The major disadvantage in picking Christie is that he isn’t from a battleground state and he isn’t a minority. For those reasons, Florida Senator Marco Rubio, Florida Congressman Allen West, Herman Cain and Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell are strong competitors. However, it is possible that by picking Christie, President Obama will be forced to spend time and money in a state he should have locked up. It is also possible that Christie’s popularity in N.J. could have some impact on Pennsylvania, a battleground state where 51% say Obama doesn’t deserve re-election and only 43% approve of his performance.

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