Allen West “The soft bigotry of low expectations is now the calling card of the Dem party” @wtcommunities


Monday, October 28, 2013 – Allen West: Out of the Foxhole by Allen B. West for The Washington Times Communities

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fl, October 28, 2013 – The Constitutional conservative grassroots movement called the TEA (Taxed Enough Already) Party has become the favored whipping boy of the elite class of both political parties, and once again is being attacked as “racist.”

The modus operandi of Washington DC is to attack that which it does not understand or threatens its existence.

What is so threatening about the TEA Party? Apparently the fundamental principles it embraces.

First, the Party believes government should be limited as articulated in the Declaration of Independence and resolved in the Constitution, which clearly restrains the power of the federal government. The Party believes in fiscal responsibility — and who wouldn’t be concerned with this wasteful spending and exorbitant debt? The TEA Party supports the free market economic system that has produced the world’s greatest economy, ingenuity and innovation. But most importantly, the TEA Party believes in and holds dear the immutable American principle of individual liberty and freedom.

What American would not embrace those values? It seems President Obama does not and therefore his supporters and Hollywood acolytes like Robert Redford castigate anyone holding these values in opposition to the President as racist.

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“The Democrat Party, is the greatest “user” of the minds of people who view themselves to be powerless”


Let’s Get Real – by Republican Coffee Corner with Angela (Dr. Angela Graham-West) @RepubCCwAngela

Look people, Jim Crow was a serious thing. So was cross burning, lynching , and so is the very real topic of racism. I know that there are political battles to be won, and that seems more important than anything, however, as a Tea Party supporter, as a person who believes in the Lord, as a woman, and as a proud Black woman of many cultures, —— I am also VERY educated….. so I take deep offense to these flame throwing fools and their quest to win. The Democrat Party, is the greatest “user” of the minds of people who view themselves to be powerless —- namely the Black underclass.

The great marketers that these Democrats have ruthlessly shackled the legs of Black men who fall for this drivel with stories of victimhood. Black men, unable to find meaningful work, REALLY enslaved by unemployment and poverty, robbed of their birthright of maleness, of feeling that they are the MEN in their households. They have ruthlessly shackled the legs of Black women, who feel unattractive except for what exists between their legs or the hair they can buy for their heads, or the nails they glue on ,then paint…… all the while neglecting school and their children — the ones they choose not to abort. This is the real Black underclass and ain’t none of them were ever slaves. This is the average citizen of the districts of the elderly hysterical Black Caucus. These are reliable Obama voters. Betrayed.

How did they do this? By making them into perpetual victims. Victims of “DA Man”. By telling them that speaking good English and going to school is “acting white”. By celebrating “rap” in its nastiest, homophobic, misogynistic flatulence and then joking in “black-speak” to their friends…. By lowering standards at school, as though they (Blacks) — just can’t learn…..They target groups such as the Tea Party and liken bad images such as cross burnings , Jim Crow and lynchings, re-writing history along the way because they have no shame— Soon it will be anyone who stand in their way.

Sure, the Republican Party is not perfect…….. What in life is. They are older, whiter so forth than the general population but don’t kid yourself……. I have heard the “n” word more in the so called “liberal” arena than I have around Republican. Better to tell me you hate me than tell me you love me while showing me that you hate me.

Because at the end of the day, whether you are Black, White, Hispanic or Asian, or other………… You all did not get the memo. This ain’t about YOU, this is politics at its most vulgar. And what is the goal? Why winning of course —- a ONE party government. Don’t feel betrayed, however, Republicans when you find they are members of our own party as well.

But a one party government,….. then everyone can find out what a goose feels like when it is cooked. By the way, the image above are white men.

Allen West “Oops, I forgot — white liberal progressives have a get out of jail free card.”


It is beyond disgusting that Democrat Rep. Alan Grayson from Florida is using images of burning crosses in a fund raising email.

I grew up in Atlanta, Ga., and remember the Klan burning crosses atop Stone Mountain. The constitutional conservative grassroots movement known as ‘The TEA (Taxed Enough Already) Party’ focuses on fiscal spending and government growth issues as well as individual liberty and free market principles. Mr. Grayson should probably crack open a history book, in between his histrionics, and learn that it was the Democrat Party that created the Ku Klux Klan to intimidate black voters.


UPDATE: 10/22/13 4:51PM ET

by Allen West via Facebook

And another thing…beyond Grayson and his cross, there’s Democrat Senator Harry Reid referring to Barack Obama as light-skinned and not speaking in “Negro” dialect. And Democrat Vice President Joe Biden referring to Barack Obama as “clean and articulate.” Where oh where is the outrage from NAACP, National Urban League, Congressional Black Caucus, Rev’s Jackson or Sharpton? Oops, I forgot — white liberal progressives have a get out of jail free card. It’s just tragic that these traitors are selling the black community out to the party of slavery, Ku Klux Klan, Jim Crow, literacy tests, poll tax, and modern day economic servitude. And they call me Uncle Tom?

READ THIS ARTICLE AT THE WASHINGTON TIMES: GOP erupts as Democrat compares Tea Party to KKK

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


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


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

Raquel Okyay: Human Events “GO WEST!” “Allen West that is”


By: Raquel Okyay

Republican Allen West was elected to the United States Congress representing Florida’s 22nd district in the Tea Party wave of 2010.  West is the first black Republican Congressmen from Florida since 1876, when Rep. Josiah Walls left office.  He is known as rock star Republican, Tea Party Caucus stalwart and unabashed Constitutionalist.

Congressman West’s down-to-earth, southern charm reigns in supporters of all colors and cultures from both sides of the aisle.  What makes West so unique is that he is unafraid to speak his clever mind and steam rolls ahead without fear of rebuke, promoting conservative principles that often get lost in the business-as-usual attitude that plagues Washington.

West is a war hero, with more than 20 years active duty service in the U.S. Army, achieving the rank of lieutenant colonel.  Respect for West in this capacity is unending.

Dr. Richard Berry explains in “A Missing Link in Leadership” the relationship West absorbed among his battalion.  “The love Lt. Col. West displayed as an individual and toward a group is quite obvious…I saw evidence of love transcending the space or relation between individuals and identified a genuine love Lt. Col. West had for an institution – the U.S. Army, and his organization – Lt. Col. West’s battalion.”

Indeed, West is a man of honor and humility, referring to his battalion as counterparts not subordinates.  “I loved my men and their protection was always my greatest consideration. We would always accomplish our assigned mission but never would I unnecessarily risk their lives, and if it called for that, then I would be there as well.”

After serving our country so well, West would go on to serve his community as a high school teacher in Florida, and serving our nation mentoring Afghanistan officers as a government contractor.  West gave us one good term as a congressman, and now he is requesting a second term from his constituents in the November election.  How does anyone say no to a proven American hero?


Allen West says DWS is like a gift that keeps on giving but you just want to take it back to the store.

Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz — proud liberal and Democrat National Committee chair — is like a gift that keeps on giving — but you just want to take it back to the store.
Last week, Schultz basically blamed the Tea Party for the horrific shooting of Congresswoman Gabby Giffords.  Here is what she said.
“We need to … tone things down, particularly in light of the Tucson tragedy … where my very good friend, Gabby Giffords — … [was shot],.”  “The discourse in America. . . has really changed, I’ll tell you. I hesitate to place blame, but I have noticed it take a very precipitous turn towards edginess and lack of civility with the growth of the Tea Party movement. … You had town hall meetings that they tried to take over, and you saw some their conduct at those tea party meetings … when they come and disagree with you, you’re not just wrong, you’re the enemy.”
So there you have it.  We’re “the enemy” and when we speak our mind, people get shot.
I want to make three things very clear.  First, my family continues to keep Rep. Giffords in our thoughts and prayers.  Second, I condemn all violence — it has zero place in American politics.  And third, the Tuscon shooting had nothing to do with the Tea Party or conservatives.  It was a depraved act carried out by one very sick individual.
I won’t stand by and listen to this type of attack on Americans who want to speak their mind, and you shouldn’t either.  There are two things you can do right now.
1) Call Debbie Wasserman Schulz’s office right now at 202-225-7931 and tell her you’re sick and tired of the ridiculous statements she makes.
****** UPDATE: AFTER CALLING DWS OFFICE we were advised this “the complaint about the AZ shooting has to be to the DNC 202-863-8000”
Schultz’s attacks on us and our movement show the level she is willing to approach in an attempt to discredit us and essentially squelch free speech.
I for one am not intimidated.  I’ll continue to have town hall meetings, and welcome a spirited and civil debate about the future of this nation and the direction we want to go.  The voters — and our democracy — demand nothing less.
And thank you for your ongoing support.

Steadfast and Loyal,

Congressman Allen B. West (R-FL)
Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army, Retired

Conservative Tea Party humans vs leftist Occupy Wall Street savages – Eric Golub Tygrrrr Express

by Eric Golub  The Tygrrrr Express

LOS ANGELES, October 24, 2011―If ever there were crystal clear evidence of liberal bias in the news media, the differences between the way the Tea Party was portrayed in 2009 and the glowing tributes to the savages occupying Wall Street would be it.

So for those not infected with the media bias virus, an honest unfiltered lens is needed to show how divergent these movements are.

Despite attempts to paint the Tea Party as astroturf, the Tea Party really was a grassroots movement. It started after a trader on CNBC named Rick Santelli angrily suggested in a now famous rant that Americans should have another revolution by throwing tea in the harbor again.

Ordinary Americans came by the thousands to rallies all over the country, and they were united by one simple message. America was broke, and the people were “taxed enough already.” Politicians of both parties had to cut spending. The message never changed. Everything came down to cutting spending. Eighty year old ladies in wheelchairs were concerned that their grandchildren would not have the American dream. Tea Party attendees were trying to preserve the American way of life.

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De-Bunking Tea Party Myths: An Interview with Katrina Pierson – by Debbie Georgatos TexasGOPVote

by Debbie Georgatos of TexasGOPVote.Com

Over this past summer, I spent a week with a longtime friend who has always voted Democrat, and who volunteered early on in 2009 that she realized she made a big mistake voting for President Obama. While we normally do not discuss politics, I mentioned during our summer visit that while I am a still a conservative Republican, I also support the Tea Party. Her response (beside a look of shock and puzzlement) was “I don’t think we should talk about that….”.

Which leads to one of the points of the interview below.

Opponents of the Tea Party’s political message — of fiscal conservatism and adherence to the Constitution — mislead Americans by knowingly misrepresenting, muddying and distorting that message and the messengers. Democrats in Washington, D.C. and even in the great state of Texas have resorted to a time-tested strategy to fight the Tea Party’s message: they label the Tea Party “racist.” It is hard to think of a more terrifying label in American political life, which is why liberals who shudder to think of fiscal conservatism and adherence to the Constitution, resort to using this most toxic of verbal assaults. From a Democrat Texas State Representative, to Congressional Black Caucus spokesperson Maxine Waters, who said that the Tea Party can go straight to hell, to many others on the Left, the Tea Party’s critics hope to fight the group’s growing influence by branding them with one of their sure-fire lethal monikers. Most notably, such Tea Party criticism is rarely accompanied by informed, thoughtful analysis or proposals to counter the fundamental Tea Party message.

Enter Katrina Pierson, a Tea Party organizer who serves in leadership capacities in the local North Texas Tea Party, at the state level in Austin, and in Washington, D.C. A nationally recognized leader among the intentionally unstructured Tea Party movement, Katrina grew up in a family that relied on the redistribution of wealth system, which the Tea Party fights to change. She entered politics with a passion in 2009, largely due to President Obama’s entry into the national political scene. Katrina is hardly alone in her role as a black American who supports and is supported by the Tea Party. Just here in north Texas, Pastor Stephen Broden, a 2010 candidate for US Congress in a district south of the heart of the City of Dallas, and who is African-American, was and is among the most popular speakers in Tea Party circles, and he is not the only one.



Former Obama Czar Calls Tea Party ‘the Worst,’ Steals the Party’s Playbook

by The Christian Post

A former White House aide told liberal activists the Tea Party’s agenda is “the worst” but said their accomplishments are worth copying. Tea Party members, meanwhile, say the left will never be able to copy the group’s success as long their ideology embraces redistribution of wealth.

Van Jones, President Barack Obama‘s green jobs adviser, noted at the “Take Back the American Dream” conference Monday that the Tea Party has built a network that achieves results without a formal leadership model or even headquarters.

“They use their charismatic leaders to build something bigger than any leader,” Jones told the crowd. “They talk rugged individualism, but they act collectively.”

By contrast, he said, liberals talk collectively but act as individuals. Jones chided progressives for being too reliant on Obama and urged them to galvanize and take to the streets in the name of the middle class. Tea Party Nation President Judson Phillips said the terms “the worst” and “silly” could also be used to describe Jones and his ideology. Jones resigned from the Obama administration after controversy arose over his crude remarks to Republicans and his political affiliations.

Jones affiliated himself with conspiracy group 9/ by supporting its petition suggesting that President George W. Bush deliberately allowed 9/11 to happen. Jones was also affiliated with the group Standing Together to Organize a Revolutionary Movement. Glenn Beck uncovered the group as having Marxist roots. STORM’s handbook, which Beck also revealed, stated the group began a rectification process that would rebuild “political and personal unity” and make a “definite collective shift towards communist politics.”



CBC says Tea Party racist to Allen West and Herman Cain they’re ‘oreos’ by Joe Newby

, Spokane Conservative Examiner September 25, 2011

Dan Joseph of the Media Research Center went to the Congressional Black Caucus Conference in Washington, D.C., to find out exactly what the Caucus thought of the Tea Party.

Not surprisingly, the Caucus – a group where the sole qualification for entry is race – agreed the Tea Party is racist.

Several told Joseph the Tea Party is racist because it came into existence during the Obama Administration, with one member calling it a response to “having a black man in office.”  That, for them, was proof the group is racist.

“They came about at a time where most of America was relishing in the fact that the country had changed in a symbolic way and an African-American was elected President,” one member said.

“I think the Tea Party should go to hell,” said another, echoing the words of California Democrat Maxine Waters.

“The Tea Party means trouble – you tell them to go to hell,” said a member wearing a military garrison cap.

Hilary O. Shelton, Director of the NAACP Washington, DC bureau, told Joseph he did not believe the Tea Party is racist, but claimed “elements” of the Tea Party was using it to advance what he called a “racist agenda.”  Shelton did not elaborate what that agenda was, however.

For at least two members, the Tea Party is racist because of Michele Bachmann, and one member claimed Sarah Palin is racist.

When asked about Herman Cain and Allen West – two prominent African-Americans who are proud Tea Party members –  several questioned their “blackness,” and at least one called them “oreos” – a slur meaning one who is “black on the outside, but white on the inside.”  The very definition is as racist as one can get, but these members had no problem using it.