Allen West’s Devasting Political Ad Using Opponent Patrick Murphy’s Mug Shot … “Two men, a country in crisis. You decide.” VIDEO

 

Why we support Allen West: Mess with the Bull, you get the Horns …

Rep. Allen West (FL-R) releases a devastating political ad that will all but seal victory for West. Can you say a devastating blow that no one could get up from. If the Florida voters ever wanted a more clear compare and contrast of the two candidates, look no further than the VIDEO below. OUCH, that is going to leave a mark. In a day when partisan politicians think that your past tax records are required to hold office, I would interject that maybe you past record would also be in play. A note to the media that wrote this story, its not an attack ad when one states the truth. An attack ad is one when you depict West punching an elderly white woman. That would be an attack ad. This would be an ad stating fact. The voters have a choice who they want and character matters.

VOTE FOR ALLEN WEST.



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  • Comments

    16 Responses to “Allen West’s Devasting Political Ad Using Opponent Patrick Murphy’s Mug Shot … “Two men, a country in crisis. You decide.” VIDEO”

    1. A Texas Grandfather on October 1st, 2012 10:06 am

      This is exactly what every GOP candidate should be doing to show the contrast between a real conservative American and those that support the socialist agenda. Don’t us lies or half truths. Truth never changes.

    2. Tamikosmom on October 1st, 2012 10:40 am

      VOTE FOR ALLEN WEST!

      Allen West’s Powerful Gun Rights Speech: ‘An Armed Man Is a Citizen. A Disarmed Man is a Subject’
      Posted on October 1, 2012

      Video:
      http://www.theblaze.com/stories/allen-wests-powerful-gun-rights-speech-an-armed-man-is-a-citizen-a-disarmed-man-is-a-subject/

    3. Tamikosmom on October 1st, 2012 10:49 am

      VOTE FOR ALLEN WEST!!

      Allen West: Person Responsible For Libya ‘Cover-Up’ Will Be ‘Fired’ On Nov. 6th
      October 1st, 2012

      Video:
      http://www.mediaite.com/tv/allen-west-person-responsible-for-libya-cover-up-will-be-fired-on-nov-6th/

    4. publicenemy2u on October 1st, 2012 11:12 am

      WASHINGTON — Rep. Allen West (R-Fla.) is trailing his Democratic challenger Patrick Murphy by nine points, according to a new Democratic poll.

      The poll, conducted by Garin-Hart-Yang Research on Sept. 26-27, found that 52 percent of those surveyed support Murphy, compared to 43 percent for West, a Tea Party favorite. The margin widened even more among Independents: 58 percent said they backed Murphy versus 40 percent supporting the freshman Republican

      West, who was not responsible for conducting interrogations in Iraq and had never conducted nor witnessed one, had his men detain Hamoodi. Hamoodi was beaten by four soldiers from the 2/20th Field Artillery Battalion on the head and body.[12] West then fired his pistol near Hamoodi’s head. West said “At the time I had to base my decision on the intelligence I received. It’s possible that I was wrong about Mr. Hamoodi.”[11]West was charged with violating articles 128 (assault) and 134 (general article) of the Uniform Code of Military Justice. During a hearing held as part of an Article 32 investigation in November 2003, The charges were ultimately referred to an Article 15 proceeding rather than court-martial, at which West was fined $5,000
      ___________________
      SM: LOL, a Democrat poll. Do you really believe your own BS? Its a Democrat poll, how truthful could such a poll be? Let me say, ZERO credibility. The poll is a complete waste of time and breathe. I would not even use such a poll in a polling average as it is so skewed. Get real. Personally, this kind of polling is shameful and dishonest.

    5. Bill B on October 1st, 2012 11:53 am

      Boy it is strange how the LSM missed this (NOT!). Maybe they have been trying so hard to find dirt on Mr. West that this just slipped by them. If ever there is a more LSM bias than this race in Florida then let’s hear it now.

    6. publicenemy2u on October 1st, 2012 3:58 pm

      poster child for the TEA party gets spanked, what do you expect? ignore? desperate moves ahead? his polls are wrong? LOL
      ____________________
      SM: Desperate, hardly.

    7. A Texas Grandfather on October 1st, 2012 5:13 pm

      This is the way Allen West should attack this guy.

      Politicians who cannot handle their alcohol are likely to not be able to handle the job they are trying to get.

    8. RK on October 1st, 2012 10:45 pm

      RE: “maybe you [sic] past record would also be in play”

      In 2003, West was criminally charged by the military with assault and for violating the Uniform Code of Military Justice and was subsequently kicked out of the military.

      I guess in some circles that is on a par with drinking too much as a teenage college student.
      _______________________________
      SM: Let’s just say i would never want you in my fox hole. Rep. West, who served in both Operation Desert Storm and Operation Iraqi Freedom.

      Sorry, I probably would have done the same thing if it meant protecting my unit and my nation and I too would have dealt with the consequences.

      At his preliminary hearing, West acknowledged he allowed two soldiers to beat an Iraqi policeman who refused to reveal details of an ambush plot and fired his pistol near the man’s head, threatening to kill him.”

    9. publicenemy2u on October 2nd, 2012 7:39 am

      “SM: LOL, a Democrat poll. Do you really believe your own BS?” I don’t know if the pole is correct. I just REALLY hate BULLIES, especially the ones in a uniform. The GOP (Tea Party)couldn’t find a vet that served without being thrown out of the military? Lest we forget:
      West, who was not responsible for conducting interrogations in Iraq and had never conducted nor witnessed one, had his men detain Hamoodi. Hamoodi was beaten by four soldiers from the 2/20th Field Artillery Battalion on the head and body.[12] West then fired his pistol near Hamoodi’s head. West said “At the time I had to base my decision on the intelligence I received. It’s possible that I was wrong about Mr. Hamoodi.”[11]West was charged with violating articles 128 (assault) and 134 (general article) of the Uniform Code of Military Justice. During a hearing held as part of an Article 32 investigation in November 2003, The charges were ultimately referred to an Article 15 proceeding rather than court-martial, at which West was fined $5,000
      _________________________
      SM: Let me guess, you would be against waterboarding but be for drone attacks?

      I am going to go out on a limb and say you have never served. Also going to surmise that you have not lost anyone close to you in Iraq/Afghanistan.

      Of course he did not follow military law, sorry, but I understand 100% why. Trust me, there have been many released from the military who had done the right thing although did not follow the military law. Ever see the movie, Behind Enemy Lines? That’s the entire point of the movie.

      Instead, in Behind Enemy Lines, the American audience is treated to “a story loosely based on the experience of American pilot Scott O’ Grady after he was shot down in Bosnia in 1995.” (Los Angeles Times, 28 Nov. 2001).

    10. RK on October 2nd, 2012 9:03 am

      #8-SM: re:”Let’s just say I would never want you in my fox hole.”

      I’ll never understand how thinking about a commenter in a way totally unrelated to the story is at all meaningful. It seems like a way to simply denigrate a person in an attempt to downplay them and their opinions and avoid a real discussion.

      I don’t disagree that it is within anyone’s prerogative and freedom of speech and opinion; I just don’t see it as useful.

    11. Tamikosmom on October 2nd, 2012 10:16 am

      Rules of Engagement and Col. Allen West
      Posted on August 3, 2010

      “If it’s about the lives of my men and their safety, I’d go through Hell with a gasoline can.” – Lieutenant Colonel (Ret.) Allen B. West

      Video:
      http://vladtepesblog.com/?p=24635
      .
      .
      Colonel Allen West on Rules Of Engagement

      Video:
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-FBQnKC3ews

    12. NGBoston on October 2nd, 2012 11:33 am

      #9– And I am going to concur with SM’s guesstimate that “publicenemy2″ has never served a day in his life in our Armed Forces.

      It is obvious you lack total respect and understanding for what goes on when a Man or Woman puts a Uniform on and takes an Oath to protect and defend their Country at any cost.

      Rather-you sit in your Ivory Tower and fire off emails & blog posts being so critically crooked and leaning heavily to one biased side- that you cannot see the trees from the Forest so to speak.

      Your Forest sucks, and if many of us here traveled in it- we would smoke you out pretty fast and put an end to your misery even faster.

      Not suggesting my (our) opinions are the only ones that matter or are “right” vs. “wrong”- it’s just that every time you post here- you reek of the very Moonbat Liberal KookAide which you foolishly drink so badly it practically permeates from this computer screen.

      Give it a rest, Public Enemy. And the day you can post on here that you have any idea WHATSOEVER what it is like to either lose someone who has served, or live the life our Veterans have- is the day you can attempt to make more observations at which some may eventually give you credit for.

      At present, and again, all I smell is the stench of that Skunky Kool Aide.

    13. publicenemy2u on October 2nd, 2012 3:12 pm

      I am going to go out on a limb and say you have never served. Also going to surmise that you have not lost anyone close to you in Iraq/Afghanistan.

      You ARE wrong. I have served, I left on my 17th birthday over 35 years ago to be with the 2/31 INF, 7th Inf Div. Light Infantry, 11 B/C Infantryman, not in some REMF outfit like the field artillery, always in the rear with the gear.
      I AM against waterboarding and any other form of torture. I AM NOT against drone strikes. One of my kids is a serving Army officer, another did 4 yrs of Marine ROTC. Several of my kids friends have served in the conflict. One was killed, satisfied? I put my first college age bully who slapped me into the hospital with his rib cage caved in from my stomping when I was 13. I felt so good I did it again and again as I got older. I know what it feels like to break bone with hands AND feet. I save my rage for the oppertunity to make bullies look like fools and look forward to the next time. Even though I can conceal carry I prefer to kick thier ass. Ever throw a payback punch to the throat? Ever grab a handfull of hair with one hand and try and touch fists through someone’s face …thought not.
      Have you got my point yet? I HATE BULLIES.
      I would get into the ring with West, ANYTIME

      It is a violation of the Geneva Convention to place a prisoner under physical or mental duress, torture or any other form of coercion in an effort to secure information

    14. NGBoston on October 2nd, 2012 6:05 pm

      #13. Well, then thank you for the response. And, I can always admit when I am wrong, or have been wrong, so to that end, then.

      I was wrong.

      For starters, I will give you respect, despite any or all of your beliefs because of your Service to my Country.

      I will also concur with you in that I despise bullies. With that being said, also one other thing I do appreciate is someone who will stand up and fight for their beliefs—and protect others who are not able to do the job for themselves.

      I can put politics and personal opinions aside long enough to tell you again,

      THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE.

      I don’t care who you vote for, I will always be grateful for that.

    15. NGBoston on October 2nd, 2012 6:07 pm

      As for your Son who lost a friend who was KIA,

      as a Mother- my heart weeps for him.

      Truly.

      With much Respect,

      New Girl, Boston, MA

    16. NGBoston on October 3rd, 2012 3:10 pm

      #13. Public. I need to tell you I can relate to what it is like giving a bully a beatdown.

      As a Teenager myself, I was a tomboy most definitely. There were two older girls, who thought they were tough as sh*t, hanging around for me at the back door entrance of our Junior High School. They lived in my Neighborhood, and both came from broken homes where there was Alcohol abuse involved- but still—what gave them the right to single me out and taunt and bully and ridicule me any chance they got.

      Unladylike or not, I took it for several months and had told my Parents, who had in turn told a few teachers who came out and scolded them one day after School- of course, making matters even worse for me. So, like the old adage goes, “Playground Bullies” since they knew they couldn’t do it on School grounds anymore- they waited for me by the Monkey Bars and legit- on a local Playground and Soccer/Baseball Field area which just so happened to be across the street from my Childhood home.

      One held me down, while the other pulled my hair, scratched, kicked punched and basically just worked me over real good. I played Possum and acted like I wasn’t going to get up, then when they turned their backs- I took a handful of dirt and threw it in the eyes of the Girl who had held me down, temporarily disabling her. Then, with everything I had left in me, I punched the other Bully straight in her face. I kept going. I didn’t stop after I stunned her and I was so riled up on Adrenalyn (sp) that when I was done with her I asked the other girl if she was next.

      Needless to say, those two Bullies never bothered me again. Not many weeks or about a Month after that, I overheard them at School picking on someone else. Well, if looks and words could kill. Not that I am a big hero or anything- but I waited until the School lunch, and approached both of them while they were hanging out with other friends and told them that if they didn’t leave (their new target) alone- I was all down for opening up another can of Whoop Ass on them.

      So, I cannot imagine- being female- how much worse it is for males but can only tell you from what I observe from bullying today- it is often far more brutal and relentless, and unfortunately all to common practice for many teens and adolescents today. And the females- are WORSE! I’m sorry but it’s pretty disgusting.

      So, sorry to take you on that brief stroll down Memory Lane- but that was one first hand encounter I had with bullying at a fairly young age, and funny how one never forgets those defining moments.

      Bullies suck. I can at times be over zealous or even accused of being too vocal, too colorful, too opinionated or too passionate about causes I care deeply about, but if there is one thing I am not- it is an arsehole or a bully and I won’t stand for it when I see others at the hands of those Idiots bestowing their ilk upon other helpless, innocent victims.

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