@AllenWest “You Don’t Put Our Military At Risk To Just To C.Y.A.”

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Published on Sep 9, 2013 by: Mass Tea Party

If & When You Fight a War You Fight To Win Period! You Don’t Put Our Military At Risk To Just To C.Y.A.
Sec Kerry: US Strike On Syria Would Be “Unbelievably Small” – Allen West & Rand Paul On The Record

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Sec Kerry: US Strike On Syria Would Be “Unbelievably Small” – Allen West & Rand Paul On The Record

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Allen West, Michelle Fields and John Phillips Talk, Syria, Cyprus, Rand Paul, Jim Carrey and more on @Next_GenTV

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On today’s Next Generation Today, Allen, Michelle and John talk about why the news out of Syria just keeps getting worse, why residents of Cyprus should invest in shovels and Jim Carrey‘s Twitter war with the NRA that lots of folks think hits the wrong note.

Plus, Michael Bloomberg is launching a $12 million ad campaign on gun control and March Madness bracket busting has seriously impacted the next generation, particularly the generation attending Florida Gulf State, LaSalle and Wichita State.

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Jim Carrey (mis)Fires at Charlton Heston, Rand Paul Stands Up for Drug Users, and Syria’s Scary(er)

 

Allen West, Michelle Fields and Alexis Garcia look at Senate politics, CPAC, Adam Carolla, and more

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Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) filibustered the nomination of John Brennan as CIA director in order to get answers about President Obama’s drone program. In response, Senator John McCain (R-AZ) called the Rand band of filibusterers “wacko birds” for daring to question Obama’s drone assassinations. Who is right and who is wrong, Senator Paul of Senator McCain? Find out as Col. Allen B. West, Michelle Fields and Alexis Garcia look at Senate politics, CPAC, Adam Carolla, and more on the Next Generation.

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New Maverick In Town: Sen. Rand Paul Bucks Establishment with Epic Filibuster

Can Newt Gingrich Pass Tea Party Muster?

By Beth Reinhard for the National Journal

Newt Gingrich doesn’t seem like the tea party’s type. He’s the ultimate Washington insider, a career politician who spent two decades in that reviled institution known as the U.S. Congress. Especially when compared to stick it-to-the-man tea party heroes like Rep. Allen West of Florida and Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky, Gingrich doesn’t seem to fit the part. He is the man.

But forget the aesthetics. Now that Gingrich is a verifiable front-running candidate for the Republican nomination, his record is facing renewed scrutiny by the most conservative and exuberant wing of the Republican party. While Gingrich has long advocated the tea party’s central tenet—cutting federal spending—his record falls short on several counts by the movement’s standards.

The latest blemish: consulting fees of at least $1.6 million that he collected from Freddie Mac over the past decade, according to a Bloomberg News report. Many tea party activists blame the government-sponsored mortgage backer for the housing crisis.

“Whenever the idea of ending Freddie Mac comes up with our group, it gets a standing ovation,” said Adam Brandon, a spokesman for FreedomWorks, a prominent tea party umbrella group. “Gingrich is not going to be able to nuance this away.”

Gingrich responded to the Bloomberg story with a statement noting that he never lobbied for Freddie Mac or opposed legislative reforms. “Newt Gingrich welcomes scrutiny of his record in public office and as a small businessman,” the statement said.

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