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Wise Words from Allen West- Weekly Wrap-up

Click here to view this email in a browser About Me      Contact Me      Serving You      Media Center      Legislative Work      Our District      Resources Dear Patriot, Greetings constituents, fellow Floridians, and all Americans across our great land. It is again time for our weekly Congressional update. As I travel throughout the district, I certainly appreciate the feedback on these missives, and even ...

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Look who voted to EXPAND Obamacare on 03/09/11

Yes, 95, count them, 95  fake Republicans voted to expand Obamacare yesterday! * Republican 95 138   7 Democratic 185     7 Independent         TOTALS 280 138   14  BILL TITLE: Veterinary Public Health Amendments Act of 2011* (Republicans in roman; Democrats in italic; Independents underlined)* Ackerman Aderholt Akin Alexander Altmire Andrews Austria Baca Baldwin Barletta Barrow ...

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D-Day for Obamacare

     Last week Judge Vinson gave the Obama administration a one week stay to produce a valid argument against his ruling that Obamacare is illegal under the U. S. Constitution. D-day is now here and we have yet to hear a peep out of  the President or his lapdog over at the Justice department, Eric Holder. Make no mistake folks, ...

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FLORIDA NEWS FLASH!

  The Supreme court of Florida has ruled today, that Governor Rick Scott is within his authority to deny the federal funds for the high speed rail project from Tampa to Orlando!  The rule of law and the Florida Constitution give our Governor the right to protect the taxpayers from special interest boondoggles exactly like this scheme!    Thank you Governor ...

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Federal Debt Report/ Feb. 2011

       America’s National Debt rose by another $63.7 billion dollars in the month of February, according to the Bureau of Public Debt*. That currently leaves us with a grand total of $14.195 trillions of debt as of March 1st, 2011. In a behind the scenes move to try to postpone having to raise the debt ceiling, the Obama administration and ...

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House Passes GOP 2 Week CR Spending Bill

       Today many Democrats joined Republicans to pass a 2-week spending resolution, that continues to keep our government running while they attempt to hammer out a budget. The deadline is looming folks, and this vote puts extreme pressure on the U.S. Senate and Harry Reid to come to an agreement to avoid a shutdown. The final House vote was 335-91, ...

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Florida Politics: The Week in Review

This past week Governor Rick Scott reviewed a proposal once again to go ahead with the Tampa to Orlando High Speed Rail Plan, and once again he turned it down. There are some troubling aspects coming to light here in this situation that demands Floridans get involved and start asking questions. First of all, just what was in this latest ...

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Same Old GOP: $22Billion in Cuts Voted Down

I recieved a very disturbing Email  news bulletin today from The Hill.com today. Here is the headline  that I find it to be disturbing: House rejects extra $22 billion in cuts that divided Republicans* The House rejected a measure cutting an additional $22 billion from the Republican spending bill, as conservatives ran into a wall of opposition from the GOP establishment ...

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Social Justice Sophisticates Assault Prosperity

Leaders that value self determination and independence are denigrated by those who idolize the memory of a former president who said “Ask not what your country can do for you”—and then lowered taxes. John F. Kennedy allowed people more freedom and control over their lives, which conflicts with grandiose notions of governmental entitlement. He certainly knew that helping those in ...

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The Left is Scared to Death of Religion

I love good political discourse and debate.  Over the past few weeks, I engaged several of my left-of-center friends in discussions on the meaning of government and religion in our daily lives.  A recurring fear became evident in all four of the discussions – religion doesn’t bother them, it scares them to death.  In each of the one-on-ones, a distinct ...

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You Are No Longer Entitled to Prosperity

Modern Monetary Theory (MMT), or Chartilism, is not as innocuous as it sounds, and America can trace her every current  financial woe to it. Developed in the 1920s, and approved of by John Maynard Keynes, it became the hidden standard of our economy when we moved completely to a fiat money system and away from one backed by a commodity. ...

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Welcome to the New Deal. Same as.. The New Deal

You read about The New Deal (circa 1933 – 1938) in high school, but did you ever think you would get to live through it? They say that those who do not learn from history… you know the rest. In a nutshell, we are the doomed in this case.  Just how closely is Obama and his band of merry morons ...

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Sunday Rounds

Making the rounds through numerous news sources one theme popped out: Obama is planning a back door approach to getting his extreme agenda implemented even once the overwhelming majority in Congress is lost.  Of course, a few other random bits thrown in as well. At Jacksonsun.com there is a post that describes a back-door approach to cap-and-trade. President Obama is ...

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I Want Your Money Trailer (2010) HD

Must see trailer! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4wty7974IKg I Want Your Money trailer…Set against the backdrop of today’s headline – 67% of Americans don’t approve of Obama’s economic policies, the film takes a provocative look at our deeply depressed economy using the words and actions of Presidents Reagan and Obama and shows the marked contrast between Reaganomics and Obamanomics. The film contrasts two views ...

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