@AllenWest “Steadfast and Loyal, Sen. Ted Cruz, I got your back”

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by Allen West via Facebook

A hearty congratulations to Texas Senator Ted Cruz for being a man of principle who is fulfilling his oath to the people of Texas and the American people. In the face of incessant criticism and betrayal from his own party — something I know about –he has persevered and stood up for this Constitutional Republic. The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) also known as Obamacare is an abomination, an onerous piece of legislation passed in the middle of the night, strictly partisan, and as a Democrat leader articulated, “we must pass the bill in order to find out what is in it.” The American people, and labor unions, now know what is in it. And don’t ignore the unconstitutional delays enacted by President Obama. I want you all to ponder the waivers and exemptions granted, a sure evidence of cronyism, not to mention the unnecessary cuts to MEDICARE for seniors. And even as Lois Lerner retires, Obamacare will hire 16 THOUSAND new IRS agents. Steadfast and Loyal Senator Cruz, I got your back.

AW CRUZ

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@AllenWest Weekly Wrap Up | via @Next_GenTV | Sept. 20, 2013

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The Irony Of Post-9/11 Security – The more the government adds, the less secure our military is

Last Saturday I was the keynote speaker at the Midwest Republican Leadership Conference in Kansas City, Mo. It was a nice gathering, and the best part was that my young nephew, Capt. Herman Bernard West II, and his family, wife Serena and children Jordan Rose and Ethan Bernard, attended.Bernie, as we affectionately call him, recently changed stations from Germany to Fort Leavenworth, Kan., to join next year’s class of the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College (CGSC). After the event, I headed back to Leavenworth with Bernie and family to reminisce about the days when I attended school there.My first school assignment to Fort Leavenworth was after Operation Desert Shield/Storm when I attended the Combined Arms Services Staff School (CAS3), which is no more. The six-week course prepared qualified captains for advanced staff officer positions. I spent last Saturday night at Hoge Barracks, the former CAS3 captain’s quarters but now the post’s Army Hotel – and much nicer.I returned to Fort Leavenworth in 1996 to attend CGSC and earned my diploma and second master’s degree. The new CGSC facility is impeccable and worthy for training the next generation of American military, and international, officers. My last time at Fort Leavenworth in uniform was for the pre-Battalion Command course that lasted for two-and-a-half weeks.Upon returning last week, I arose on Sunday morning and had a nice six-mile run down memory lane. I saw the Buffalo Soldier Monument and remembered being there for the dedication. I ran past what once was the U.S. Military Disciplinary Barracks. (The prison is now part of the federal penitentiary.)

The biggest change was that Fort Leavenworth was an open Army post in the “old days.” As we entered the post this time, we had to show identification at an entrance with several security lanes. Despite those measures, Bernie and I mused about the lax nature of the security, and we chatted about the Fort Hood, Texas, mass shooting incident in 2009, where Maj. Nidal Hasan entered the post basically because of his vehicle decal and ID card, no further checks.

Little did we know that less than 24 hours later, another shooter would repeat the horror of Fort Hood at the Navy Yard in Washington, D.C.

The way it was – and is now

A military installation is supposed to be one of the safest places in the country. I remember being stationed at Fort Hood and how our daughters, Aubrey and Austen, would just ride their bikes with their friends for hours. They often rode over to the post movie theater for a Saturday matinee or to the swimming pool. We never felt nervous about them being out and about.It is incredible how the security situation has changed in this post-9/11 world, but we seemingly have taken only cursory measures for our military installations.Four years ago we were shocked by the news of the carnage wrought upon our last duty posting. Our family knew what it meant to be on “lockdown” and could not fathom that happening at Fort Hood. Thousands of military and civilian personnel operated on the largest U.S. military installation in the world and never thought they would be attacked. (Yes, it was a terrorist attack.)New security protocols seem to be in place now, but as we know, security has to be perfect every time. An attacker just needs to be perfect one time.And so it happened again Monday. Military and civilian personnel at the Navy Yard believed they worked at a place that was the safest among the safe. My own dear friend, retired Marine Lt. Col. Neal Puckett, works there. How was it that a heavily armed individual penetrated the security perimeter and engaged unarmed personnel?

Back after the Fort Hood shooting, Michael Savage asked me on his radio show how soldiers could be defenseless and shot on a military installation. We learned then that an executive order from the early 1990s did something inconceivable – turned our military installations into gun-free kill zones. Under that executive order, only select individuals can be armed on a military installation, military police and civilian contract police.

Unarmed forts are unacceptable policy

It is unconscionable that our uniformed servicemen and civilians are defenseless and unarmed at places called “forts.” If an attacker breaches the perimeter security of a base, he is then in a free-fire area. At both Fort Hood and the Navy Yard, civilian police were the ones who took down the assailant.And consider this, it took 10 minutes and 7 minutes respectively for armed response at those facilities. Just imagine what an armed assailant with multiple weapons and unlimited ammunition could do to unarmed military personnel and Defense Department civilians in that span of time.The breaching of perimeter security on military installations is not just happening here in the continental United States. It also has occurred in a combat zone, namely Afghanistan. The attack at the Navy Yard came one year and one day after an attack at Camp Bastion in Helmand Province.Some 15 Taliban attackers got past Tongan guards, not U.S. military, and attacked the AV-8B Harrier II aircraft of the U.S. Marine VMA-211 squadron. The ensuing four-hour firefight resulted in the deaths of two Marines, squadron commander Lt. Col. Christopher Raible and Sgt. Bradley Atwell. Nine Marines were injured, and six Harrier fighter jets and one C-130 aircraft were destroyed.The attack marked the largest single loss of U.S. fighter aircraft since Vietnam – and to this day no one has explained why Tongans were on the perimeter.

Whether we are bolstering defenses against the likes of Aaron Alexis at the Navy Yard, the Taliban in Afghanistan or Nidal Hasan at Fort Hood, we must ensure for this generation and the next that our military installations are highly secure. Our gaps are being exploited, and in this post-9/11 world, the enemy is watching.

Steadfast and Loyal,

Allen B. West

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@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.

Allen West | Weekly Wrap Up on @Next_GenTV | 8/9/13

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What Norway Teaches Us About America –  Allen West reflects on our principles and past while abroad

Col. Allen West is still traveling this week as part of National Review’s annual cruise, but to keep his readers in the loop, he has been sending observations from his stops along the North Sea. Here are two dispatches from Norway:

Bergen (Aug. 3) – Bergen is a lovely city, the second largest in Norway behind the capital of Oslo. Bergen was once the capital of the country.

It is also the home of famous classical composer Edvard Grieg, known for his Peer Gynt suite. We visited the Kode Art Gallery and saw the works of Edvard Munch, who is known for the “Scream” series.

It rains an average 219 days a year in Bergen, and boy howdy were we caught in a deluge. But later in the afternoon, the clouds blew over and a beautiful day shone down on the City of the Seven Mountains.

I learned that Norway has a state-sponsored religion, Evangelical Lutheran, and that the head of the state is also head of the church as part of its constitution. However, Norwegians still have freedom of religion.

Our founding fathers did not want America to have a head of state who also leads a religion. This is what “separation of church and state” means.

Stavenger (Aug. 6) – What a beautiful, breathtaking scene this city offers. The port is right in the city center below the old city.

We took a nice cruise through Lysefjord, and the pristine simplicity was spellbinding. We went by a small island where, in 998 AD, King Olaf held a meeting to unify the separate kingdoms into the Norway we know today.

The greatness of America is that those who left Norway came to our shores and found a place to be free, share their culture and be part of the immense opportunities our republic offers, allowing their entrepreneurship and ethic to strengthen our country.

America is exceptional because as a young, inner-city black kid from Atlanta, I got to experience Norway and its history with my wife and our daughters, the next generation.

Steadfast and Loyal,

Allen

Libertarian Voices Of The House GOP
The libertarian wing of the Republican Party has spent a long time in the political wilderness but is now the future of the GOP, Rep. Mick Mulvaney said at a panel discussion with three of his fellow libertarian-leaning House colleagues.

“You are the swing voters, and you are the folks that move easily back and forth between the parties and have no natural party lines,” the South Carolina Republican said. He added that libertarianism is the growth area of the party, as it was when Ronald Reagan ran against “country club Republicans.”

Rep. Justin Amash, R-Mich., said the ascendancy of libertarian Republicans is evident in the reaction of House GOP leaders to young lawmakers like him. Their commitment to limited government and individual liberty frustrates the establishment’s desire to compromise, he said.

“The party is changing right in front of them,” Amash said, “and I think that’s why you get a lot of backlash from some of the more senior members who are set in their ways about what the Republican Party should stand for.”

That’s true in the Senate as well, he added, where Republicans like Ted Cruz of Texas, Mike Lee of Utah and Rand Paul of Kentucky take principled stands against the party’s leaders when necessary.

Rep. Raul Labrador, R-Idaho, criticized Republicans like Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey and Sen. John McCain of Arizona for their willingness to align themselves with Democrats. “What you’re looking at is people that are only interested in themselves and not interested in actually promoting the cause,” Labrador said.

Rep. Thomas Massie, R-Ky., also spoke at the event. Click the video to hear what economist inspired him to become politically active. You’ll be surprised.

A Texas-sized Fight Over Voting Rights
Texas will need a big bankroll to fight the Obama administration’s push to reinstate strict federal scrutiny of the state’s voting laws but has a strong case, according to election law expert Hans von Spakovsky.

“They’re going to put up a pretty fierce battle to try to stop this,” he said of Texas officials, noting that South Carolina spent $3.5 million to win a similar battle against U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder.
Von Spakovsky discussed the genesis of the dispute, the history behind it and the legal dynamics at play in an interview with Michelle Fields of NextGeneration.TV.
Holder targeted Texas after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in June that the 1965 Voting Rights Act, which requires Southern states to get federal approval before changing their voting laws, is no longer constitutional.
“The Supreme Court threw it out because the coverage formula … was based on 40-year-old data,” von Spakovsky said. “It had never been updated by Congress, and the conditions are a lot different today.”
But Holder refused to admit defeat. He sued the state under another section of the Voting Rights Act to try to reinstate federal pre-clearance of voting laws in Texas for another decade. The Justice Department is upset that Texas enacted a law requiring voters to present photo identification, von Spakovsky said.
He critiqued the federal government’s rationale for the lawsuit, including allegations of long voting lines for blacks and Hispanics in Texas. But he said Holder won’t stop fighting even if he loses in Texas.

Allen West Weekly Wrap Up via Next Generation TV “Those who vow to defend and protect live by a code”

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Courage Is America’s First Response To Tragedy –We need to make it our lasting response to terror and all evil

We here at PJ Media, PJTV and Next Generation TV continue to offer our deepest condolences for those people who lost loved ones last week, not just in the Boston Marathon bombing and subsequent manhunt but also in West, Texas, as a result of the fertilizer plant explosion.

We are constantly reminded of the courage of our first responders to emergencies, and in Boston and West, they made us proud again. What manner of person runs to the sound of explosions and gunfire, or to any danger, disregarding the possibility of death?

Such behavior reminds me of the parting words that Spartan King Leonidas sent back to his countrymen before the deaths of he and his men in battle, words that are now a simple memorial to their brave stand at Thermopylae: “Go tell the Spartans, strangers passing by, that here obedient to their laws we lie.”

Those who vow to defend and protect live by a code, and it truly becomes inculcated into their every meaning. The code elevates the belief in selfless service above all. It is oft times passed down through generations of men and women who have gazed upon pictures of their forefathers and mothers who stood upon freedom’s ramparts or as daily guardians walked the thin blue line.

As we move past the horrific tragedies of Boston and West, Texas, let us never forget the heroism of those who once said, as it is stated in Isaiah 6:8, “Here am I, send me.”

The cold and timid enablers of terror

Unfortunately, as we move into the post-attack phase of the Boston bombing and manhunt, we now see, as predicted, those people who worship at the altar of political correctness and cultural relativism. We are again being anesthetized by the attitude of people who remind me not of the quote by Leonidas but rather of the critical and “timid souls” once described by Theodore Roosevelt:

It is not the critic who counts, not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles, or where the doer of deeds could have done them better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood; who strives valiantly; who errs, who comes short again and again, because there is no effort without error and shortcoming; but who does actually strive to do the deeds; who knows great enthusiasms, the great devotions; who spends himself in a worthy cause; who at the best knows in the end the triumph of high achievement, and who at the worst, if he fails, at least fails while daring greatly, so that his place shall never be with those cold and timid souls who neither know victory nor defeat.

These cold and timid souls fail to realize that we are facing a serious issue of domestic, radical Islamic terrorism and jihad. These cold and timid souls seek to promote some perverted perspective of cultural relativism in their reticence in confronting the facts.

These cold and timid souls should read the “explanatory memorandum” of the Muslim Brotherhood uncovered in 1991 during an FBI raid in northern Virginia. This document outlines the strategic plan for the infiltration and demise of America by Islamists and their subsidiary front groups,.

The rest of us need to remember this simple quote by Vladimir Lenin: “Probe with a bayonet. If you meet steel, stop. If you meet mush, then push.” These cold and timid souls are the mush, and we need to steel ourselves.

However, under the guise of tolerance and religious acceptance we continue to allow these groups and the co-opted “useful idiots” who enable them to tell us, through a Star Wars-like Jedi mind trick, “move along, nothing here to see.”

When tolerance becomes a one-way street, it leads to cultural suicide. It is time we face the truth and stop tolerating the intolerable. We rushed to read Boston suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev his Miranda rights instead of declaring him an “enemy combatant” for means of intelligence gathering even though the latter designation would have not precluded his being prosecuted in civilian court.

Why? Because as Marine Col. Nathan Jessup said in the movie “A Few Good Men,” “You can’t handle the truth.”

The carnage of Kermit Gosnell

Another truth is that these same cold and timid souls wish to hide from us the heinous actions of Philadelphia abortion doctor Kermit Gosnell. All it should take to turn one’s stomach in knots is to read the transcripts of his trial.

The actions of this beast are as bad as those of any terrorist. Actually, they are worse because Gosnell’s carnage was wrought against the most defenseless – babies.

The judge in this case dropped three of the charges, citing that no one could prove that a child was born in those instances. That the same judge, upon second thought, quickly reinstated one of those charges speaks volumes about how wrong he was about all three of them.

I challenge you to follow this case because what has transpired here does not reveal the “better angels of our nature” that Abraham Lincoln articulated.

And never forget that President Obama, as a state senator in Illinois, sponsored legislation to make it legal to kill an American child who survives an abortion. Only two countries, China and India, legally support such infanticide.

Is this how little we care about our next generation?

Don’t be intimidated by the politics of air travel

As we get closer to the summer travel season, I wish to extend my humble apology to the American air traveler who is the targeted as the guinea pig of Obama administration drama.

The Federal Aviation Administration started rolling furloughs of air traffic controllers on Sunday as a means to reduce its spending by 5 percent as required under the forced budget cuts of sequestration. However, this 5 percent reduction reflects fiscal 2010 spending levels for the FAA – and I don’t recall any extraordinary flight delays in 2010, do you?

I want to end on a very high note and share with you my trip to Santa Barbara, Calif., and the Reagan Ranch. I truly enjoyed my early morning runs there; it was picturesque. But my heart still prefers running along Juno and Jupiter beaches back in South Florida.

Steadfast and Loyal,

Allen B. West

Allen West, Michelle Fields and John Phillips discuss #Twitter Turns 7, The Ft. Hood Shooting Case Fail and Bill Maher Makes Sense

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On today’s Next Generation TV, Allen B. West, Michelle Fields and John Phillips weigh in on the Ft. Hood Shooter case, and what an outrage it is that the Army Psychiatrist who killed and wounded 42 people at the Ft. Hood Army installation in Texas isn’t permitted to plead guilty.

Plus, what happens when the editor of men’s magazine Esquire is honest and tells a panel on feminism in media that: “The women we feature in th emagazine are ornamental, that is how we see them.”? Sparks fly on the set.

And Bill Maher said something that the Next Generation Team actually agrees with. Find out what it was.

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Twitter Turns 7, The Ft. Hood Shooting Case Fail and Bill Maher Makes Sense

“The Liberal Strategy: Pulverize the Republicans” by Angela Graham-West

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by The Republican Coffee Corner with Angela West

This morning I woke up and decided to check out any news that might be in the forefront. I knew that the Pope is resigning by the end of the month — seems sort of strange, almost like he just gave two weeks’ notice …. After skipping through the regular crime and weather stories, I ran into two articles — one in the Huffington Post called “ Republicans Need to Deal With Their Racism Problem” written by some music writer, pretty vacuous stuff and then “The Ignorance Caucus” written by Paul Krugman.

Paul Krugman, an American economist, is well known and well respected. He tends to slant much of his writing towards his political views, but so be it. Very seldom do you find a truly “objective” writer of any stripe since any good piece is the sum total of the facts presented from the prism of the author. The piece goes on to declare the inherent intellectual superiority of the liberal and decry the intelligence and “critical thinking skills” of the Republican mind. In fact here is an excerpt:

For these days his party dislikes the whole idea of applying critical thinking and evidence to policy questions. And no, that’s not a caricature: Last year the Texas G.O.P. explicitly condemned efforts to teach “critical thinking skills,” because, it said, such efforts “have the purpose of challenging the student’s fixed beliefs and undermining parental authority.”…

So…….. Some GOP members in Texas decide that they do not want to teach “critical thinking skills” and this thought translates itself to Krugman painting the ENTIRE GOP in say, New Jersey or Illinois as having a low intellect level. By the way, who is this representative of ALL GOP members who happens to live in Texas? And HOW can we get in touch with him? Recall the problem that the New York Times writers have had in the past with fictitious interviews…… can anyone say Jayson Blair?

Nevertheless, Krugman finishes with his this little gem:

The truth is that America’s partisan divide runs much deeper than even pessimists are usually willing to admit; the parties aren’t just divided on values and policy views, they’re divided over epistemology. One side believes, at least in principle, in letting its policy views be shaped by facts; the other believes in suppressing the facts if they contradict its fixed beliefs.

For my supposedly “ignorant” GOP friends, he is implying that we have a difference of opinion regarding what knowledge is and how it is acquired. Read: the Democrats are high functioning creatures who allow their policy views to be shaped by facts. The GOP who are low functioning creatures tend to be guided by feeling — if something does not go along with our “feeling” then we suppress it. Now does this type of thinking describe any of my friends on this page?

To one degree or another, we all tend to be closed minded. We shut out those queues and ideas that do not conform to our beliefs. Our perception becomes our reality. J. J. and Eleanor Gibsons’ work on perception argues that understanding human behavior first involves careful analysis of the information available to any perceiving organism. This applies to the human organism — NOT JUST LIBERALS. In other words, Krugman’s OPINION regarding the cognitive abilities of ALL Republicans is not worth the amount of ink or air space that it occupies. … It is way too cool now to beat up on the Republicans and we take it.

What do you think?

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Chris Kyle: The Last Thing They Never Saw – The National Patriot

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By Craig Andresen on February 6, 2013 for The National Patriot

Over The weekend, America lost a hero.

By now, his death is being cheered by our enemies and already, it has been disgraced by Ron Paul WHO TWEETED: “Chris Kyle’s death seems to confirm that ‘he who lives by the sword dies by the sword.’ Treating PTSD at a firing range doesn’t make sense.”

Navy Seal Chris Kyle was murdered by a former marine. Shot in the back at a gun range.

Ron Paul should be ashamed of himself.

Chris Kyle was the greatest sniper who ever lived and served 4 tours of duty. That is enough to make him a hero but, it simply wasn’t enough for Chris Kyle.

When asked if he had any regrets regarding his service and his activities as a sniper, Chris answered, point blank…Yes.

He said it wasn’t those he dispatched who haunted him but those Americans, Iraqi’s and other allies he was unable to save.

Chris Kyle recorded 160 kills and some, from as far distant as 21 football fields away.

That is 160 insurgents and terrorists who never again killed an American or an Iraqi who either had or was suspected OF aiding Americans.

Let’s not pretend we knew Chris Kyle. Outside his family, his wife, children parents only a handful of others really knew him.

His SEAL family may have known Chris Kyle better than anyone and because of who he was, what he did and where he was stationed, WE only got to know him because he wrote a book.

Sometimes though, that’s enough to know what sort of man he was.

He loved this country and Chris Kyle loved those who served this country.

Chris, we’re told, stepped up. He dedicated himself to serving those who served…us. When they came home and things weren’t right…They couldn’t sleep, didn’t feel they fit in anymore or suffered flashbacks from what they had seen, Chris Kyle helped them. He took them to familiar settings, places they felt comfortable, and engaged them in an activity they understood.

Chris Kyle took them to gun ranges.

There, they were in an environment they could grasp and with those who shared a passion and common experiences.

Kyle wasn’t alone with Eddie Ray Routh last Saturday at that Texas shooting range, His pal, Chad Littlefield was there too.

Routh, we’re told, may have suffered PTSD but, reports of that have been challenged. Whatever the reason, the 3 men were there and somehow, Eddie Ray Routh shot both Littlefield and Kyle in the back, killing them both.

Clearly Routh was troubled.

He had threatened suicide, threatened to kill his family and had been taken for mental treatment  twice…All over the last 4 months.

We may never know what set Routh off last Saturday but we now know that, he took Chris Kyle’s Ford pickup and drove to his sister’s home about 30 miles south of Fort Worth. When his sister asked whose truck he was driving, Routh told her, “I traded my soul for a new truck,” and then told her what he had done.

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“Principles, pragmatism, passion and leadership” the many qualities of Rep Allen West

by Tanya Grimsley

In a recent interview I read about Congressman Allen West he said four words. Principles, pragmatism, passion and leadership. He does not back down nor will he let his guard down.  A husband, father and Congressman with morals, principles and a heart as big as the state of Texas. His love for this country runs deep, he served consecutively 22 years to defend her and it’s citizens against all enemies as he wore the uniform in the United States Army.  He chooses his words for good reason and does not “walk them back”  even though time and time again he is asked by the media. “Absolutely Not!”  is the answer and he states very pragmatically and with passion why he will not. Why should he?  He is right!

Currently Congressman West faces a tough run for election in a newly redrawn district. It is pretty evenly split down party lines. But, here is where things get ugly. West, has a nation of grassroots support and gets most of his funds from the average Joe. There are no huge SuperPACs, just common people like you and I.  The Democrats are pulling out all the stops where this “meager” district race is concerned.  A swell of huge Soro’s funded and liberal PACs are standing in line to play fast and furious with an Army Veteran’s reputation, his family life and more. They will not be satisfied with simple paid protesters and TV Ads spreading the initial seeds of doubt into a future constituents head, not a chance! They are out to “Take Down Allen West” “Dump West” they want him out of the political scene for good.  West is not just a mere threat, he is a promise! A promise to stand by this country he loves, to defend the oath he gave many years ago, to run through the fires of hell and back again to ensure her citizens have economic freedoms, choices and a safe haven to lay their children and their grandchildren’s heads each night.  He is just one man, he is not running for the highest office in the nation, so why all the fuss?

West is more than just a meager Congressman running for election. He is a force to be reckoned with, a driving force that ignites both the Republican and Tea Party base. Able to speak without a teleprompter, notes or a predetermined answer and has an astounding knowledge of the US Military, Foreign Affairs and History. The intellect he brings to the table is unmatched by most, especially those who like to take his words and spin them for their latest “headline grabbing title” for readership.  The rhetoric they claim to hate from the right does not compare to some of the most vile personal attacks heaped upon him and his family daily.

You see, he never had to run for Congress, he chose to!  Allen West had a desire to continue to serve his country in a capacity that only few in our Congress understand. Honor, values, faith, love of God and Country and above all, a voice for “We the People”.  Ask yourself these questions, why are they trying to silence him?  Why would Soro’s and son go out of their way to do this? And most importantly What will you do today to make a difference? Will you remain silent?

“If you can’t stand up for him and the values, principles and leadership we all claim to want back in this nation, who will you stand up for?”

I stand at the ready, steadfast and loyal with Congressman Allen West and his family.

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