Skip to comments.What a powerful new ad by Allen West!
Posted on 09/28/2012 3:59:07 PM PDT by profit_guy
Patrick Murphy is running a nasty, negative campaign against Allen West.......West responds with a punch 'in the face'.
I watched this thing several times - powerful stuff!
The media tact is West is “crazy”.
Allen West is a great American, and deserves re-election.
I hope he runs for President some day. He will have my vote.
Now that’s what I call going nuclear! Somebody’s going to have to scrape what’s left of Patrick Murphy off the pavement with a razor blade.
Love me some Allan West.
I am looking forward to the Allan West/Mia Love takeover of the Congressional Black Congress.
He is the modern TRUE GRIT.
Col West Hooah.
Sorrybut I couldn’t understand what he said
Good boxing lesson here for the Romney folks. Counter punch hard and often until your opponent has second thoughts about throwing another punch.
This has been one of the facets of Manny Pacquaio's game that has enabled him to remain at the top for so long. He always hits back harder than the fighter who hits him. Usually, by the end of the 5th or 6th round, his opponent is reluctant to throw any punches ...for fear of getting hit again.
ok that’s a great, great ad
Thank you for posting this. I wish more “republicans” had the guts to run ads like that.
Rather than be disgusted at the ad revealing the contrast, the media should have revealed the contrast sooner so that the Democrats could have fielded a more noble opponent.
Please. Someone. Send this to the Romney Campaign.
A choice between Allen West and a dhimmocrap?
Terrific! Especially the use of the map. Brilliant.
West is what used to be known as a ....Patriot.
mmmm... Brave Colonel Good guy or drunkin scumbag. It’s sooo hard to figure out who to vote for.
Hey Mitt...lookie here!
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