Wednesday, May 25, 2011


Future President of the United States, LtCol Allen West, called in an artillery strike on our little caesar, for his yammerings about Israel, and he hit the target smack on the button.

EXCERPT: "South Florida Congressman Allen West accused President Obama of "nefarious and malicious intent" when calling for Israel to accept pre-1967 borders as part of a Middle East peace settlement. While many of Israel's advocates opposed the president's stance, West, a Plantation Republican and tea party stalwart, delivered the most withering criticism. The media can get away with calling West a "Plantation Republican" because he lives in Plantation, Florida.

WEST: "America has a president who lacks moral courage and integrity when it comes to America's long-standing relationship with Israel. I cannot attribute this incompetent statement to naïveté, but rather to conscious, nefarious, and malicious intent. Yes, I am very aware these words and the statement I released will be carried forward all across America, and possibly beyond — and yes they are strong words. However, it is time that someone rose up to speak the truth."


With LtCol Allen West as POTUS, Americans could return to being proud of their nation and their president. Imagine a President who not only tells the truth but also calls it as he sees it!


  1. I concur with Mr. West's statement, and I also agree with the author's statement regard West's potential if elected POTUS.
    I would like to add that I am so tired of reading the backhanded, and racist, comments from the left when they are commenting on a conservative person who just happens to be a minority. They are constantly painting the right as racists, and the black conservatives and "Uncle Toms" but refuse to admit that their stance is racist in itself. I would love to shut the liberals up by voting for a presidential ticket that, first and foremost is a good choice for our country, but would be an all black ticket. For me that would be Allen West for President and Condoleezza Rice as V.P.
    I think that both of these people are strong conservative voices and would do us proud. I don't care what their skin color is, but it would be nice to shut up the left. Oh, and I just realized that Condi would be the first female VP that would be cool too. To top it all off I LOVE that fact that both of these people have strong backbones and loud voices. It's is very hard to talk down or railroad either of these "candidates" I love that and I think we NEED that. On a side note I also Love Chris Christie for POTUS but his not being black didn't fit the subject of this rant.LOL

  2. I will give LTC West the highest honor that as a former member of the military I can give a LEADER: I will follow him into Hell with only a mouthful of spit.

  3. OK,you damned idjits at the RNC. HERE,in Lt.Col. West,is a LEADER. Unlike the clowns YOU want to hand the nomination to. HERE,RNC,is the way to BEAT THE SNOT out of Obama.DRAG him kicking and screaming if you have to. Or,should I say,have the COURAGE to. Unfortunately,he will get about as much help from you as Sharon Angle,Rob Steele,et al did in '10. Which is to say zilch.

  4. LtCol West is the real thing.

    How about West and Cain?
    But not to nominate on skin color,
    I believe Bachman should figure in there, somewhere.
    When (If) the GOP heirarchy gets its head out of its derrier....

  5. I knew all I needed to know about LCOL West when he said "If it's about the lives of my soldiers at stake, I'd go through hell with a gasoline can."
    As much as I'd like to have a President that I could be proud of, LCOL West is more valuable where he is because it's the Congress that does the heavy lifting where domestic matters are concerned. I'd rather have 400 Allen Wests in Congress than a single one as President.
    (but I'd sure as hell vote for him)

  6. RE: "How about West and Cain?"

    I am still feeling out Cain. I want to hear him speak on more issues and I want to assess his character more. I'm not saying He's out in my book, He's just too new to my radar.