Comment by Jim Campbell
Congressman Allen West has earned the title of “Congressional Enemy Number One by the DNC. They want so badly to defeat him they dgerrymandered his district in such a manner that he decided to move to another area in Florida to remain a member of the House of Representatives. It’s a shame he didn’t move to Wasserman’s district wouldn’t those have been great debates?
In stead of the “Rumble in the Jungle,” the debates could be featured by the war hero vs the pit bull with AIDS…my apology to pit bulls and those who have AIDS
The congressman has one problem, he knows the facts, he’s not afraid to say them and this results in the lemmings on the left, factually challenged yet well versed in lies to cover their failed agenda the Hershey squirts.
That’s my story and I’m sticking to it, I’m J.C. and I approve this message.
Congressman Allen West, known as a rhetorical bomb-thrower, released his first TV ad on Monday and delivered a somewhat defiant but decidedly upbeat message.
“Washington is broken. But we will fix it,” West tells viewers amid photos of his interactions with constituents. (More Below)
“We will put an end to the taxes and regulations that are killing our job growth. We will put an end to a failing education bureaucracy that’s leaving America’s children behind. We will put an end to the wasteful spending that’s destroying the future for the next generation.
“Some say I push too hard. That I ask too much. My response: I’m just getting started.”
West, a Republican from Plantation, is running in a newly drawn district along the Treasure Coast.
Aside from the “push too hard” reference, the ad gives no hint of West’s contentious first 18 months in office, his barbed exchanges with fellow House member Debbie Wasserman Schultz or his recent assertion that some Democrats in Congress are members of the Communist Party.
West’s first step on the airwaves seems designed to introduce him to a new set of potential constituents, bathed in a positive glow.