Allen West “When black conservatives are attacked viciously by white liberals you don’t hear anything” #hypocrisy

by Allen West Published on Nov 21, 2013

I guess I must be pretty anti-black as well. Of course, when white Democrat Senator Harry Reid describes Obama as “clean and articulate” and not speaking with a “Negro dialect,” no one on the Left bats an eye.



Allen West “He is a manipulative liar and his arrogance is beyond comprehension”


Written by Allen West on November 14, 2013

The time has come to stop dancing around the word “impeachment.”

I just landed in one of the most politically corrupt cities in America: Chicago. It is the home of “Rules for Radicals” author Saul Alinsky as well as the most corrupt, lying, radical president this country will ever know, Barack Hussein Obama.

Clearly, the Rule of Law is not applicable in Obama’s world, it’s just a framework which he feels he can fundamentally transform at his will. But America does not live by imperial edict granted from on high by his highness. Heck, that’s why we had a revolution in the first place.

In Boston, Obama said these plans were junk and the insurance companies were bad apples. His own henchwoman, HHS Secretary Sebelius issued a decree making these plans non-compliant. But now the Emperor waves his hand and presto change-o, they are in compliance — in other words our Dear Leader is granting his permission.

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


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)


@AllenWest This morning Cokie Roberts asserted that TX, NC, and others who support Voter ID are “evil.”

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by Allen West via Facebook

This morning political analyst Cokie Roberts asserted that Texas, North Carolina, and others who support Voter ID are “evil.” Ms. Roberts is obviously employing the ol’ Alinsky tactic of demonizing your opposition. However, to show how completely stupid her comment is, I bring to her attention the fact that picture ID was required for entry to last year’s DNC convention in Charlotte. Evil, Ma’am? The progressive socialist design to fundamentally transform our Constitutional Republic means control of the electoral system in order to guarantee a permanent national majority and one party rule. Next time Ms. Roberts takes a flight and must present her picture ID at TSA security checkpoint, will she call them evil? And, oh by the way Ma’am, black voter participation rates surpassed whites in the last two presidential cycles.

@AllenWest ” This is not a threat, it is a promise”

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by Allen West via Facebook

I completely understand the Alinsky tactics and have no issue with the insidious and incessant personal attacks by the left against me. However, I am warning you, end your harassment of my wife Angela. The students from Florida Atlantic University who have gone to my wife’s office, stalked her at the FAU Board of Trustee meetings, and sent letters to her company headquarters, end it now. This is not a threat, it is a promise that if Angela calls and tells me of one more incident, you will face me, the side of me that you do not want to see. My wife Angela is an American citizen and if you believe that you can intimidate her to surrender her freedoms you are mistaken. Those left wing groups and lawyers associated with these individuals supporting their antics, I recommend you disassociate yourself. How dare you animals attack my wife and her professional reputation. This is your one and only advisory notice.

Rep. Allen West released the following statement “The Obama administration cannot fool Americans”

Administration Manufactures Jobs Report

The Numbers Simply Don’t Add Up

Stuart, FL – Today Allen West released the following statement regarding the September jobs report:

“Try as they may, the Obama administration cannot fool Americans into believing they have jobs.  The numbers simply do not add up.  Millions of Americans have stopped looking for work and been dropped from the unemployment rolls.  Over 22 million Americans are either unemployed or underemployed.  Over 47 million Americans are on food stamps. The clear majority of Americans see the economy going in the wrong direction.  Its no coincidence that just two days after Governor Mitt Romney pummeled President Obama’s economic record in the first debate, a desperate Obama administration releases jobs numbers belying the reality faced by Americans.  

A month from tomorrow, Americans have a clear choice between the policies of President Obama, Nancy Pelosi and Patrick Murphy, which have lead to record joblessness, growing government dependency and the weakest economy since the Great Depression, or our plan, which gets government out of the way of job growth and gives the American people the freedom and opportunity to create jobs, innovate, invest and grow.”  – Rep. Allen West

The Bureau of Labor Statistics’ non farm payrolls report presented a slew of contradictory data points, with the total employment level soaring despite the low net number… more:


Congressman Allen West: Jack Welch Is Right On Jobs Report Manipulation Theory
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Rep Allen West – Recommended Reading for April 2, 2012

Already the disciples of Saul Alinsky are preparing their onslaught against the nation’s highest court, typical Chicago style…

by Congressman Allen West on Monday, April 2, 2012 (Facebook Page)
The US Supreme Court heard oral arguments last week on the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (Obamacare). Already the disciples of Saul Alinsky are preparing their onslaught against the nation’s highest court, typical Chicago style intimidation tactics. Whatever happened to the fundamental premise of co-equal branches of government?  good read:

Wall Street Journal Editorial – Assailing the Supreme Court

After last week’s Supreme Court argument on ObamaCare, the political left seems to be suffering a nervous breakdown. Only a week ago, the liberal consensus was that the federal mandate to buy insurance couldn’t possibly be overturned. Now as panic sets in, the left has taken to mau-mauing the Justices by saying that if they overturn the mandate they’ll be acting like political partisans. The High Court’s very “legitimacy” will be in question, as one editorial put it—a view repeated across the liberal commentariat.

This criticism is itself political lobbying, as is clear from the fact that it mostly spares Anthony Kennedy, the likeliest swing vote. Liberals still hope Justice Kennedy will uphold all of the law, even as they audition the mauling he’ll get if he joins Antonin Scalia, Samuel Alito and Clarence Thomas in the ninth level of judicial hell. Chief Justice John Roberts is also being lectured that the case will “define” his career, though in six years he has already established a record as a careful consensus builder on the Court.

Overturn any part of the law, the Justices are being told, and your reputations will be trashed. The invitations from Harvard and other precincts of the liberal establishment will dry up. And, by the way, you’ll show you hate sick people—as if the Court’s job is to determine health-care policy.

This is the left’s echo of Newt Gingrich’s threat earlier in the primary season to haul judges before Congress when it dislikes their rulings. Remember the political outrage over that one?

No doubt the Justices will ignore this transparent attempt at political intimidation, but someone should defend them against the claim that overturning the law would be “judicial activism.” It’s more accurate to say that failing to overturn the mandate would be dodging their duty to uphold core constitutional principles.

Judicial activism is not something that happens every time the Supreme Court overturns a statute. The Justices owe deference to Congress and the executive, but only to the extent that the political branches stay within the boundaries of the Constitution. Improper activism is when the Court itself strays beyond the founding document to find new rights or enhance its own authority without proper constitutional grounding.

The classic example, acknowledged by good liberals like Alexander Bickel and Archibald Cox at the time, is Roe v. Wade in 1973. The High Court discovered a right to abortion rooted in a right to privacy that it had invented in Griswold in 1965 from the Constitution’s “penumbras” and “emanations.” Roe overturned 50 state laws and pre-empted a healthy debate that would have reached a different abortion consensus in different states. Our cultural politics has been polarized ever since.

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Exclusive to the Daily News – by Congressman Allen West


Last week, I sat in the House Chamber to hear my second State of the Union as a member of Congress.

Despite the fact that so much job-creating legislation has been blocked in the U.S. Senate, despite the fact that the president’s own policies have clearly failed the very people who voted him into office, the consistent thread running through the president’s address as to what is holding our country back is “unfairness.”

According to President Obama, “a return to the American values of fair play and shared responsibility will help us protect our people and our economy.”

Mr. President, this country was not founded on the principles of “shared responsibility” and collectivism. It was founded on the principle of the uniqueness of the individual, and the idea of equal opportunity, not equal achievement, for all.

The president wants to “restore an economy where everyone gets a fair shot” and “everyone does their fair share.” What he means of course, is that some of us are not doing our fair share — particularly when it comes to paying taxes.

Here on Palm Beach Island, President Obama would find many “millionaires and billionaires” who he thinks should be paying more taxes — but ironically travels to these same millionaires and billionaires on Wall Street for fundraisers.

Punishing success in this country with higher and higher taxes will do nothing to create opportunity for those earning less. Redistribution of wealth has failed miserably in every country in which it has ever been tried.

Of course the president knows taxing our highest wage earners will not solve this country’s economic problems. After all, confiscating 100 percent of the income of those earning $10 million or more would yield only about $240 billion. That figure barely covers the annual interest on our national debt.

Instead, the president appears to have a much more ominous objective.

Because he cannot campaign for re-election on his failed policies, President Obama must instead divide the country and create a scapegoat. Taking a page directly out of Saul Alinsky’s playbook, Rules for Radicals, an organizer must “begin the task of agitating by rubbing resentment, fanning hostilities and searching out controversy.”