Posted by: theheartlander | February 24, 2011

How to defeat CAIR? Throw their own history back at them!

Javier Manjarres of The Shark Tank blog received the 2011 “Blogger of the Year” award at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) a couple weeks ago. Manjarres is a Florida dude whose blog made a big difference in helping to get Allen West elected to the House of Representatives, as well as Marco Rubio to the Senate. I especially like Javier because he seems to share the philosophy of West to the West Wing that we need Allen West as our Commander in Chief, the sooner the better.

Well, today he ran a story that warmed the cockles of my heart: “West’s Decision to Run for President Not Up to Him, But His ‘Real Bosses.'”

Allen West for President!!!  Well, not so fast. Just last week, the Shark Tank opined that Allen West should be seriously considered for the Presidential ticket in 2012.  Subsequent to that op-ed piece was the confrontation that West had at a Pompano Beach townhall meeting with a CAIR official that is now a permanent part of Internet History.  Prior to that incident, a woman in the crowd asked Congressman West if he would run for President of the United States. West eloquently stated that “I have to prove myself, I have to prove myself as an statesman, as a capable legislator.” Congressman West then went on to explain how our country got into our current predicament:

“We got into this mess because we thought that leadership was about giving a very good teleprompted speech.”

West went on to say that he is focused on being the best congressman he can be, and that like anything else- like perhaps running for higher office- it would be up to God and his wife Angela, and West suggested that she ask her for an answer.  Being the intrepid finned reporter I am, I walked over to Angela and asked her if she would like to see Allen run for President in 2012.  Angela answered me, “Not right now, but…”

Ah, but the greatest Town Hall Moment — and it’s already gone viral — is the one below, which we also have courtesy of the Shark Tank.   Nezar Hamze — yes, that Nezar Hamze, the regional head of CAIR, who harassed West after a previous town hall (see here) — showed up, to harass him some more. But West wasn’t having any of it. Nobody intimidates Allen West — not even the Muslim Brotherhood (yes, CAIR is a branch of the Muslim Brotherhood, which has spawned most of the Sunni Muslim terrorist groups in the world today).  Hamze must be a glutton for punishment, because the history of Islam is its own condemnation, and Allen West knows that history backwards and forwards. Listen to how much the crowd appreciates an American standing up for America against Muslim “political correctness”!

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  1. WISH I COULD SHARE YOUR SITE ON MY FACEBOOK PAGE !! THANK YOU FOR THIS !! BLESSINGS 🙂

    • Thanks for commenting, Beverly!

      You may already know this, but all you have to do to share a post on Facebook is click on “Link” over the “Share” box, and just copy and paste the URL from the post.

      If you mean wanting to share the site itself, you could always just say something about it on your wall, encourage your friends to visit, and give people this site’s homepage URL which is: http://westforwestwing2012.com.

      But I think you will be happy to know that we also have a Facebook page that is specifically linked to this blog, and that is the “Allen West for President in 2012” page on Facebook:
      http://www.facebook.com/pages/Allen-West-for-President-in-2012/119452328118119
      I encourage you to visit that page, “Like” it, check in often, comment whenever you want, and share it with your friends!

      Blessings to YOU, Beverly!

  2. That msnbc man is a panty waist. Allen did the right thing. Allen West is a real man and one I would vote on in a Presidential election, at least so far. Allen is telling the truth and is no puppet of any party.

  3. Beverly, I am unable to get on facebook right now for reasons that I am working on something else and do not want the exposure. It is good what I am working on, but I do not need the hassle just now. Needless to say, this does not need to be printed.


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