Allen West lost his race to Patrick Murphy

It appears to be official. The Florida Secretary of State’s website has the difference around 2,381 votes. What a huge disappointment for a man with such promise.

But if I know Allen West he’s not done fighting. In fact, in my opinion this is the perfect opening for him to prepare a run for President in 2016. We’re gonna need someone who can lead people and I can think of no one better suited for that job than Lt. Col. Allen West.

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  • E. Lee Zimmerman

    Not a surprise. That’s precisely how the RINOs set up his district.

    • SurfinCowboy

      Sadly, I agree.

      • Our youth being brainwashed with antichrist education funded by us, are voting with deceived hearts that are bent on destruction & they don’t know it, because their “teachers” are selling them on immoral socialism as the answer like it was done in Russia not too long ago.

        It’s time we humble ourselves before God, repent & pray, trusting in Christ our Hope.

        Must make Bible reading part of our comeback strategy.

        Read in Judges, Samuel, Kings, Chronicles, Psalms and proverbs and all the other prophets, how when people humbled themselves and put their trust in The LORD, God delivered them. When they wanted to be like all the other nations (i.e. atheist aligned socialist European nations), the people suffered.

        With the right focus, could we repent daily and stand strong in The LORD even when politicians are trying to outdo one another on who can be more socialist than another. Losses last night included Congressman Lt. Col. Allen West.

        Our Hope must be on The LORD and not on men, for answer will not come from around us but from above, if our hearts are humble and listening to what He whispers in still small voice, and not on foxnews or any other liberal compromising outlet, maybe men like him could have an opportunity to lead our nation one day again.

        Fix our eyes on our LORD and not on others who want to compromise with evil.

    • WinMissouri

      So they would rather lose the seat than have a real conservative!

      • Rightstuff1

        Yes, I’m afraid so.

      • E. Lee Zimmerman

        Oh, God, yes. Once a day, and seven times on Sunday.

    • sara holy land

      What is the meaning of the word , RINO ?

      • MaxineCA

        It means “Republicans In Name Only.” In other words they are part of the entrenched DC establishment and not constitutional conservatives.

        • sara holy land

          Thank you.
          I have no words to describe the disappointment ………..

      • Is_Sense_Common

        Republican In Name Only.
        They are the ones who have an (r) by their name but continually vote like democrats – for big govt and gun laws and the ilk. Scourge of the party and will be the reason the Republicans will become the 3rd party. They’re really just democrat-lite.

      • NoToTyrants

        It is an acronym for Republicans In Name Only.

        In other words they are wolves in sheep clothing. They call themselves Republicans, but often vote or side with the Democrats to gain favor with our media or to receive some kind of pay off from special interest lobbyists.

        They are corrupt unprincipled political prostitutes. Sorry if I have offended any prostitutes.

      • Jonathan Miller

        RINO is a standard, here is a new one I heard used to describe John McCain. He is a “DID”. Or, a Democrat in Disquise.

  • nook34

    This makes me almost sicker than Romney losing

    • colliemum

      Same here.
      I still can’t get my head round this – what is the matter with those people who voted for the dem?

      • bongobear

        Don’t forget that Florida is full of snowbirds from the liberal bastions of the northeast.

        • Vornak

          Time to determine how many of those snowbirds vote in both places.

  • justinquiring

    This is not good. A remarkable person loses to a real loser.

  • DavidScottMasiwchuk

    Makes my ill…….Idiot republicans. Guess they shouldn’t have redistricted huh?

    • E. Lee Zimmerman

      No, the RINOs got exactly what the wanted: one less Tea Partier at the party.

      • DavidScottMasiwchuk

        Well I least I was Proud I voted for him…..

        • leel004

          I envy you David, you got to vote for him. What a memory. I called his office and told them when he runs for prez, I will help out any way possible

        • colliemum

          Thank you, David!

      • bongobear


    • 2yves

      Didn’t they redistrict Michelle Bachmann as well?

  • SaraPFan

    Ah. This is double bad news. 2300 votes. So sad for him and his state. What the heck is happening in Florida?

    • DavidScottMasiwchuk

      Idiots form New York moved down.

      • No, it’s RACISM!

      • demographicallychallenged

        And our guest workers stayed after they purchased false I.Ds.

    • colliemum

      With that small a margin – can he get a recount?

      The dems would insist one one, if they’d lost by that margin, that’s for sure.

    • Gtrjag

      I’m moving to Alabama.

      • meyou

        Please save a place for me.

      • I’m in Ohio and have thought the same type thing, but don’t move! We have to stay in these swing states. We have to try to make a difference. Invite more conservatives to move in to take the state back.

    • RocklinConservative

      New Yorkers voting twice.

    • pecajo

      I was born and raised in Florida and I am ashamed of that state today. My parents are still there in Osceola County that just went for Obama and Alan Grayson. I don’t think you can get much worse than that. I can tell you that it is transplants from the Northeast and Puerta Ricans from the South that are turning Florida into California East. The trend has been going on for a while now. Central Florida used to be filled with Cattle families and good ol boys but they are just about all gone now for other parts.

  • The progressive machine has spoken, there is no way Mr West should have lost this race.

    • 3seven77

      I smell voter fraud big time; in West’s case and certainly in the Presidential race. Problem is, even if we have absolute rock-solid evidence such as video, documents, and eye-witness testimony, unless this is prosecuted on a state-by-state basis, nothing will happen. The Department of INJustice doesn’t care, this worked for their guys. I am afraid that 2012 has just emboldened them.

  • Wow, unbelievable Michele Bachmann is also losing

    Jim Graves: 128,497

    Michelle Bachmann: 128,310

    78% counted

    • wow, that sucks. two tea partiers go down… huge blow..

      • Not just yet, she’s back up by a few, but the way things are going confidence is not up.

        • RocklinConservative

          If she loses, I hope she is a LOUD, strong voice to educate Americans on the infiltration of the MB and other radicals infiltrating our government and nation.

          • ladyjk

            Rocklin next to Roseville?

            • RocklinConservative

              yes … you from here?

              • ladyjk

                Orange Vale

    • leel004

      Anybody Know the word cheat?

    • I think Michelle Bachmann ended up winning.?

    • meyou

      The entire election is suspect. And ugly.

    • bongobear

      Bachman won.

  • Allen West lost, yet he’s can be president? I like Allen West a lot and would like to see him as a nominee for president, but that doesn’t sound electable when you lost your seat… I think he should run in another district and get his seat back for 2014. Hell if the scumbag Alan Grayson can do it, he should have no problem!

    • poljunkie

      How on earth did Grayson win? This is such a horrible night!

      • What makes it worse is trying to pick up the pieces with all the polls shows and predictions for Romney.. I’m pretty down and trying to dust off and get back up but right now it’s hard finding the silver lining..

      • RocklinConservative

        People like ugly anymore .. and I’m not talking about looks. It’s a values thing. The grown ups have left the building.

    • West is awesome. His loss is devastating.

      While I think he is a natural leader, I don’t think he can viably run for president in 2016. Running for a senate seat (6 years away) or a state wide office is probably necessary.

      Also, we have a very deep bench:
      Marco Rubio
      Scott Walker
      Sarah Palin
      Rand Paul
      Bobby Jindal
      …many others…

      …all of them have pros and cons, but they are real conservatives/libertarians.

      Then, you have the John McCain/Mitt Romney big names pundits will push on us:
      Chris Christie
      Mitch Daniels
      Numerous milquetoast senators

      Finally, you have holdovers from this cycle who are “next in line”, conservative, but with bigger cons:
      Paul Ryan
      Rick Santorum

      Launching somebody before they are considered ready is not good for them, our cause, or the country.

      • Marridge

        Please no more moderates and centrists. HAVE WE FINALLY LEARNED OUR LESSON, Republican Party?

        No more semi, pseudo lefties please.



        • BEFORE Romney lost, Tucker Carlson was pushing the meme we need moderate, pro-abortion candidates who appeal to women because America is more secular.

          I will concede, as per another thread, he might be correct about the numbers, etc., but ideologically he is WRONG. He is saying, because demographic shifts are against us, we must surrender core principles.

          Last time I checked, most Hispanics active Catholics and pro-life.

          I am with you, Sarah Palin, and Mark Steyn…we need a passionate defender of conservatism.

          • We DO need candidates who can appeal to the voters.

            Making bone-headed comments about abortion don’t help you appeal. We have multiple case studies that can help test your theasus. If running the farthest right pro-life “conservative” would help us win, then Akin and Mourdock would have won. They LOST. They lost seats that they would have won if they had expressed more moderate positions on the abortion and rape issue.

            Another issue Romney got hurt on was the auto bailout and FEMA. Some people thought he was anti-bailout, and other people thought he wanted to get rid of FEMA–or at least increase the state’s role in disaster relief–both of which were considered to be conservative positions.

            • So basically concessions and progressive-notsolite is the answer? Are we mirroring Iran and the nuke issue until the issue no longer matters cuz one day the b o m b will go off. Keep bending, leaning, and twisting until you no longer represent anything but a label of progressive propaganda? That is how we ended up here and now. The conservative movement needs to truly educate and discuss what they stand for and why – in simple terms and be willing to get down in the mud and fight like they give a damn. I’m sick and tired of the “well he’s a nice and good man…” Give me a break, seriously no marxist is nice or freakin’ good. McCain did the same thing. It’s the shadow figures running the game that need to be outed and beheaded (figuratively). 0bama won by being mean, lying his half-white/black ass off and all the while we are labeled a nation of cowards and racists. Ok… where are the Tylenol?!

        • Learned our lesson? What lesson? You mean that many Americans think the GOP is too extreme and is waging an imaginary War on Women?

          One of the reasons we lost was abortion (look at the polls). Troy Aiken and Richard Mourdock made bone-headed comments about abortion with regard to rape, and those comments turned the public against them–they ended up losing.

          We need to run people who can win election, not people who make comments that the public feels are wrong.

        • meyou

          Could not sleep last night. In 2008, I stopped watching all news that first Wed. in November. Then about a month ago I resumed watching Fox, now back to NO NEWS, no visuals, no audios, no BS, no dogs & ponies….You’re so right, Marridge, the Rep. party has got to go. We HAVE to form a new party–it’s been done before, it can be done again. Can hardly wait to hear Rush today (if I can stay awake)

        • And screw fat azz Christie too! He better not run.

      • colliemum

        Some of us have said early this year that the Bush machine was happy to lose this election, to make the way free for nominating Jeb.

        We were laughed at, then, and called names.
        Looks like we were right all along.

      • Christie “took on the unions” and he also takes on liberals by yelling at them at events.

        Mitch Daniels is even better. I used to live in Indiana. He balanced our budget, got us a AAA credit rating, and passed right to work.

        Mitt Daniels would have been great if he ran this year, but he doesn’t want to run, partly because his wife has a checkered marital past and doesn’t want the limelight on the family.

  • blackbird

    “I can think of no one better suited” Sarah Palin

    • Here, here!

    • BHliberty

      I have a feeling that after the election we haven’t heard the last of Sarah Palin! I think she is about to become unleashed! (Isn’t her contract with Fox about to end?)

      • colliemum

        I do hope so.

        Here’s another lesson from British History:
        Margaret Thatcher was vilified during the last Labour Government in the 1970s. She was depicted as shrill, not womanly, polarising … and had a large number of members in the Tory Party who fought her tooth and nail when she was elected chairperson of the Tory Party.

        Then she won, in 1979, after the country had been totally run agianst the bffers by the socialists.

        The rest is history.

        So I hope Sarah Palin can pick up the conservative movement (note well: I’m not saying the GOP!) and pick up the country in 2016.
        If there’s something left still worth picking up …

      • blackbird

        Hi BH, no we haven’t, she is just beginning. I am not sure about the contract.

  • AbdulBX


  • God Bless you my hero Allen West. You are not done. You have fought the good fight, and I know you will still be fighting for this nation. God Bless you sir. Thank you.

  • nook34

    This sickens me almost more than Romney losing. This man should be president.

  • Joengima

    Heard Mia Love lost in Utah

  • poljunkie

    Oh no!!!!!!!!

    Can nothing go right ?

  • WinMissouri

    Something is radically wrong with this election. Are we really at the tipping point as Bill Whittle is saying regarding virtue. Wake me up from this bad dream.

    • leel004

      …win Missouri, what are you drinking to getto the sleep stage. I’ma in desperate need of getting there. I have to endure years of torment of bambam worshippers as he comes here to vacation in the islands

  • As a veteran, this is a man I’d happily follow into hell

  • I agree with you Scoop, West should begin his campaign now to run in 2016. I wish he had listened to many of us and run this time around. I still cannot believe what has just happened this election night.

    Now what? Do we continue fighting on or is it just a dream to think that we could ever return to being a true Republic again? Should we all move to Texas and along with the other Southern states secede from the Union to start a new, saner nation of conservatives and let these liberal fools have the Left Coast and the Northeast? Let those who bought into Obama’s lies bask in The One’s empty promises and ultimately find out that the REAL Obama cares nothing about them and that they will be cast aside as useful idiots in the very near future as the radicals’ agenda unfolds.

  • BabyMal

    How could this have happened? Romney was up 3-6 in Florida, trending up in Ohio, PA, CO, WI, Iowa. Independents were breaking huge for Romney, even in the D+11 polls and what not.

    Something is seriously wrong. It is either systematic in the GOP or it is illegal.

    • RocklinConservative

      My vote is illegal.

      • colliemum

        So is mine.

        This is not moaning about sour grapes, we saw the numbers, we saw the crowds.
        Perhaps we took our eyes off the ball, not believing that cheating could be so massive – like, who checked the early votes, who checked the absentee ballots?

        • warpmine

          We all knew if the race wee to be close the cheaters would somehow make it happen for the usurper. This is why it was so important to stop this A-hole through legal means. We knew they would stop ay nothing to get their man in for another four years.

          With the crap that went down in Philadelphia last time and again this time, you could see what was going to happen, the fraudsters won. If only we cared enough about the sanctity of the process, we would have put up many checks to the fraud but they chose ignore the warnings.

          What happens now? Holder in contempt, the most corrupt DOJ in history.SoS, another corrupt and ineffectual bag of slime balls. Grab your ankles folks and kiss it all good-bye. The value of money will further decline as it’s printed circa 1929 Weimar Germany. Stiffer demands on already over burdened small business. Government intrusiveness everywhere.

          I jnow one thing for sure, I will pray that if comes crashing down around them quickly so we can pick up the pieces to start anew.

          • 3seven77

            You wrote exactly what I have been thinking. There is no way this election was legitimate.

  • leel004

    Rightscoop, 4 years from now is a long time. Bamboy WILL bypass congress and do what ever he wants.
    Bbberry told us at the UN that no talk of disrespect to allah will be allowed.
    Bamzcare will be in existence for Years by then, dependency will have grown. And the taxed rich will be depleted, everyone else will have to pay their share too.

    they get to rejoice in the victory tonight and Rome burns.

    I would say unfortunately, he is right…ameriKa is no longer a Christian nation. We have rejected the principles that God established. Makes ya wonder if the talk of “last days” are true.

    And my tipsy hat is tipped to those who made it clear that race and party are more important that God..

    • meyou

      And please remember that Jesus will NEVER leave us, so Be Not Afraid! The pain that we all are feeling right now will be easier with Him. Know that He will not leave us prey for the wolves.

  • AbdulBX

    The turnout among blacks and Latinos was too much too overcome in a general election. Then you sprinkle in the white women and this is what you got. I really wonder how much Paul Ryan really hurt the ticket and down the ballot races. Allen West, Nan Hayworth both tea partiers in ’10 lost. I wonder how many more?

    • RocklinConservative

      Can we get rid of the Tea Party label and the Conservative label and start just calling ourselves the Party of the Constitution? Let’s bring everyone back to basics. Educate them during our election process on the constitution because you know no one gets that type of education in our schools. And since that is anti-progressive, I don’t see it changing any time int he future.

    • According to what someone quoted in exit polls, Bush won 40% of the hispanic vote, McCain won 30%, and Romney only won 20%. They don’t have radically different policies, so it’s strange that the vote totals would change that much, but if the hispanic vote was what it was during Bush, it wouldn’t be such a big problem.

      • Wisewoman2

        That is because Obama told them that even though they were illegal he wouild not deport them. Practically every Hispanic agreed with that action and voted accordingly. That illegal move by Obama cemented their vote nothing else. During the primary Romney said they should self deport, no tution, no welfare, etc. As I have said in the past, you Republicans (former 40 yr democrat, now independent, leaning repub) have only one path to the white house and that is to not just court the hispanic vote but put a Hispanic on the ticket as vice president. Romney had the ideal candidate in Marco Rubio but I believe he did not select him because his base conservatives would not have supported his choice. He ended up with Ryan a man who could not help him win not one state including his own. However, Repubicans were delighted with his choice because it finally “brought the party together.” It did not help them win but conservatives thought it was a great choice. How can it be a great choice when they lost every battleground state except NC including Ryan’s own state? Repubicans must learn to fight strategically in order to save this great country. Also when people like Todd Akins and Murdock make a grevious error they must step aside for the good of the country. They refused and Republicans had to carry the burden of their comments. Chalk up 2 seats lost in the senate that should have been a shoe in for both states since Romney won them by 54 and 55%.

  • RocklinConservative

    I’m sure 4 years of O will have the middle east in such disarray those that voted for him will be begging West to become president.

    • Marridge

      Disarray? Kinda, I suppose. More like a caliphate. Barack hussein obama is a muslim, of the murdering kind that is, and muslims have only ONE goal, and that is to establish a caliphate. Allen West on the other hand is an American hero. Someone that barack hussein obama cannot exactly compare to.

      • Obama isn’t establishing an American caliphate or any other Muslim conspiracy. His main problem is that he’s a socialist. Socialists are bad no matter what religion they are.

      • RocklinConservative

        My mind was completely numb and I was trying to keep it clean.

  • MaxineCA

    Just when I thought I couldn’t be more depressed. What the hell has happened to my country?????

  • Ezekiel34

    Lord I hope he runs in 2016

  • proudhispanicconservative

    I just cannot believe it, Allen west is no longer my congressman Florida lost a patriot today.

    • Is_Sense_Common

      The nation lost a patriot today. 🙁

  • chatterbox365

    F**k! And the establishment did nothing to help him…this night keeps getting better.

    • proudhispanicconservative

      Actually he spent about 23 million dollars but it was not enough.

      • chatterbox365

        I read somewhere that the establishment didn’t really help him. I also heard the redistricting did not work in his favor…is that true?

        • proudhispanicconservative

          Yes that is true, the move did not help him, but I think there was something else he had a debate with Murphy and I think the setting of the debate didnt help him, and the Liberal talked like a moderate.

          • chatterbox365

            Unbelievable!! Part of Florida seems to be going the way of California. West is a good man and perhaps a bigger future lies ahead.

            • proudhispanicconservative

              We lost three congressional seats today.

              • Marridge

                Shut off the money flow to the leftard hobbies. No PBS, no free contraception, no free abortions, no free nothing. Eff them all. Make the left suffer. HARD.

  • Marridge

    Think of it this way. Someone like Allen West should not have defend any lefties. They are not worth defending and they don’t deserve someone like him defending them. He is our hero, and he will rise again.

  • AbdulBX

    I know you all love Allen West, but he along with Bachman and others have made it way too easy for Dems to label the party extremists. Everyone does not live and die with politics like we all do. So, they look at West and Bachman as crazy people.

    Gop may only p/u one US Senate seat, while the Dems have P/U 2. Shocking.

    • xjesterx

      Here’s the problem with that theory… they label McCain, Romney, and all the “acceptable” i.e. “non-extreme” candidates that way anyway! Romney wants to take away women’s rights…etc. etc.

      How do you think they labeled Reagan?? The problem is that the candidate must be able to clearly defend the principles of conservatism. Instead of being afraid that they will get attacked for “helping the rich”….come right back and say, “What is wrong with being rich? Everyone in this country can be rich!”

      Someone told me “well, I didn’t like how Romney had overseas investments”. Instead of trying to tell them how reasonable Romney was, I immediately said, “What’s bad about investing? Even overseas?” They had no answer.

      Our candidate can reach out to hispanics…but reach out to the huge Catholic pro-life latinos. There are a LOT of angry Mexicans over the gun fiasco right now. All I heard was pandering…”we won’t send you home”.

      The problem is not being painted as extreme… the media does it anyway. The problem is we need a candidate like Reagan who is not afraid to talk about conservatism.

      • It’s not the content of a message that makes a candidate seem extreme. It’s the language. For example, West once said that members of the so-called “progressive” caucus were “communists.” His basic point was that they support far-left idiotic policies. If he expressed the same message without using such language, talking about how they support far-left policies that are out of step with most Americans and about how their policies deny people liberty and hurt the economy, then it would be harder for the extremist label to stick to him.

        • colliemum

          The corrupt MSM will label anybody as ‘extremist’, no matter what. The left will label anything, even and especially when true, as ‘extreme’.

          The lesson conservatives must learn is that playing nice to the corrupt MSM or to left ideologists won’t win them anything, but will lose them votes.

          If clear speaking becomes impossible, then a society is lost.

        • xjesterx

          Romney never used the word “communist” and they did it to him. He AVOIDED going down that road as did McCain. The Dems have some TRUELY extreme people in their party…EVERY party will. You can’t avoid having them. The media will find a preacher who wants to kill people who calls himself a “Republican” and then say…see!! we told you!!

          You have to be willing to educate, defend and talk about conservatism. Do not be afraid. We need more Allen West’s, not less.

    • sDee

      The media portrayed them as crazy. The GOP long ago abandoned the core principles of limited government, the Constitution and liberty. The education system has not taught anything but relativism.

      This is all classic marxism – the making of a tyranny fueled by state propaganda. Pretending there are two distinct parties is simply moving air around inside the balloon.

      The Republican Party has rendered it self irrelevant in stopping the march toward globalism. It died last night.

      • Patriot077

        Yes, you are absolutely right. Pat Caddell said the media are the danger to the American people. The only ones speaking the honest truth are labelled extremist and anyone who attempts to right a wrong is smeared and jeered.

        As I type this, the heavens have opened and I feel like God is crying for us.

    • Agree! Sanity for once. I agree with West’s ideological principles, but he shouldn’t be saying the things he does about Democrats, saying “leave this country,” and saying many of them are communists. It is true that Obama is a socialist. I’m a commenter, and I’ll say that–I’m not an elected official. Speak like Reagan did. He didn’t throw around cable news lines designed to slam the opponents in visceralic sound bytes. Similarly, Akin and Mordock lost Senate seats because of their tendency to speak in heated language.

      Democrats can be just as angry, and they are hateful–Alan Grayson for instance–so we should expose the Democrats.

  • proudhispanicconservative

    I just saw an Obama ad, I just dont believe it.

  • Tragic

  • AbdulBX

    Mia Love lost. Wow.

    • Is_Sense_Common

      What?!?! She was up by 7 or so?!?!

      Oh dear Lord in heaven.

      • cathmom

        just wow, can’t believe this!

  • MaxineCA

    This whole thing is strange, very strange to me. I turned off my TV hours ago because I got fed up with the early reporting. But how in the hell could a Patriot like West not win his race.

    Some things are just not right about the entire election results. I’m sad, depressed and frankly ticked off. Going to bed although I won’t be able to sleep.

    Night all. Guess we’ll all have to figure it out tomorrow.

    • Is_Sense_Common

      My thoughts exactly. How have we been lied to about this???

      I am just gobsmacked, sick, and quite frankly, angry.

      God bless you MaxineCA. You, me, and so many Scoopers are evidently going to have to find an island to inhabit.

  • Daniel Kelly

    I dunno, military experience not withstanding, I imagine it will be difficult for him to position himself as a viable presidential candidate having only served one term in the house. He’d be better off pulling an Alan Greyson and running again.

    By the way, Alan Greyson is back.

  • Samwise Gamgee the 3rd

    >>> I dunno, military experience not withstanding, I imagine it will be difficult for him to position himself as a viable presidential candidate having only served one term in the house.


    Plus I think he’s too outspoken to win with the retarded, selfish, immature, ill-informed, completely don’t give a crap about right and wrong or basic honesty electorate that exists.

  • GetWhatYouPayFor

    He has no shot with the current powers in the GOPe. They wanted him out and have changed the rules to make it even more difficult for those they do not bless to be nominated. Third Party?


      It was the gope that is to blame for this defeat…….just why did they redistrict him anyways?

      • sDee

        The Republicans and Democrats are just two competing crime families. West was the sheriff.

  • This makes me very, very sad. He was such a nice and promising guy. I wanted him to stay in there.

    This election’s almost been the very worst-case scenario.

    • cathmom

      I believe there are brighter days ahead for Allen West, maybe its better that he will not be in Congress over the next 2 years. Perhaps he can help us start a third party.

  • dontdrinkthecoolaid

    Freedom has been extinguished from the Earth. Time to hunker down, buy food, hard assets, ammo and pray. I’ll be going down to the Elections Office in the morning to change my affiliation to non-partisan. I’m finished with the Republicans, they had this election in the bag and played the entire campaign wrong. GROW SOME BALLS YOU IDIOTS and in case the intelligencia of the party forgets, ALL MODERATES ARE LIBERALS no matter their party affiliation. Prepare yourself for an American-sized Greece-type collapse and the revenge the DEMs will unleash after Obama is sworn in…Hollywood has alread had some choice comments. We’ve all been played for fools, when the likes of Alan Grayson return to office. Who were the idiots that drew the boundary lines for this stunning loss? There was a deal struck in some private meeting without much thought about the american people. I’m through wasting my time posting of these sites, enjoy the next thousand years of darkness.

  • ssenecal5000

    We still have the House and it might be even a larger margin
    We need to turn the screws on the GOP

    No settling, They are not there to comprimise , they are there to represent the people who elected them.

  • hramirez18

    Two days ago I said that West, sounded defeated in the last week. Also I’m not a big fan of West because words are contrary to the voting record as a congressman. But I disagree with the GOP FL. with West, to sacrifice him and create a district that they knew he could not win.

  • ernst1776

    F You Florida!

    • tinlizzieowner

      The Democratic, liberal bastions like Miami and Orlando on the southeast side of the state control the population majority. For the most part, the rest of the state voted Republican. The reason that this is the only state that hasn’t been called for one candidate or the other is that there are only a very few votes separating Obama and Romney and the libs haven’t managed to rig the vote, yet.

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  • BHliberty

    It’s time for a new party! There is no current party that supports the same values I believe in.

    • DebbyX

      My husband and I are changing our party affiliation. We’re done with the Republicans!


  • NCHokie02

    Didnt’ they redistrict his area to be a lot more liberal?

    • chatterbox365

      Yes, they did. =(

  • We need a true leader. Romney/Ryan seemed to be the right leaders for the current state of our country. Problem is, we were all thinking about our economy and not the cultural decay of our country that got us to this economic mess. Over the past several years, we lost our sense of history, our sense of pride, our sense of love for our founding principles, our sense of appreciation for our American culture. We need to fix those things before we can ever fix our economic mess.

    Our economy is a WHAT, but our culture and sense of who we are as Americans is our WHY. Allen West talked about our purpose and mission as Americans more than anyone else in public office. He opened our minds and hearts to what the American culture used to be and what it needs to return to in order to regain our glory.

    In the rush to solve a particular problem, we focused our gaze to a great problem solver. Romney/Ryan had the skills to slowly tighten the spigot, so that we are lessening the amount of waste and bleeding of our economy. Allen West, in his short time in congress, taught us WHY the spigot was on in the first place.

    We need to address the decay of the family, the decay of the church, the decay of the community before we address the decay of the American economy.

    I foresee great leadership from Allen West beyond Congress. I see him as our next President. However, I first see him as one of our best advocates for Americanism, along with Mark Levin and Rush Limbaugh.

    West/Bachmann 2016.

    God’s grace be with you.

    • stage9

      I’m not claiming to know it all, but I truly believe that the age of the Conservative ended with this election. Our nation is becoming more and more secular, and secular people do not vote for Conservatives. They will vote for a secular liberal who shares their values. As the nation becomes more and more liberal, and the people reject God, the foundations will inevitably continue to crumble. Because secularism never leads to prosperity but only to oppression.

      I’m not trying to be arrogant or a know it all, but I have been following this downward trend for over 10 years now, some have been following for a lot longer than I have, and the one thing that has truly — literally — frightened me is to witness, as a Christian, what happens when a nation turns from God. As I read the biblical prophets and have watched the parallels between how ancient Israel responded to God’s warnings in times of their rebellion and how America has responded, the similarities are eerily similar.

      What really frightens me is not this election, honestly I saw this coming, but that in biblical terms there is a point when God says “enough” and administers His judgment on a nation for her sins. And once that happens no amount of prayer or pleading for mercy will change the course of the judgment.

      I’m not convinced that we’re there yet, although I see the glaring signs everywhere that it’s coming soon.

      But once judgment is declared over a nation there’s no amount of pleading or prayer that will change it. The judgment will have to run its course. If during the judgment the people turn back to God, He has always, in His love, restored what was lost. The people return to their “first love” and embrace God again and the nation recovers.

      But if once the judgment is administered and the people don’t return to God, the society inevitably disappears either through moral decay, invasion or political self-destruction.

      Take all of this for what it’s worth. I am no prophet. But I believe dark days are ahead, and how we respond as a nation will determine what happens next.

      • white531

        Stage, I don’t really feel like commenting on anything right now, but you said that so beautifully, that you left me no choice. I think you got it absolutely right.

        God Bless

    • Agree with you but when Maryland votes for gay marriage and Colorado votes to legalize marijuana, I tend to believe that most Americans’ values are gone! I would guess that real judgement has begun from God above. Our children and future generations are going to have a real tough time. Just think of the Bible and what happened to Israel. We know whats coming.

  • Is_Sense_Common

    My biggest concern/issue that kept me up most of the night is that we lost some really Conservative folks who should have won because their states rejected Barry.

    Mia Love – Utah went to Romney. Therefore people willfully voted against her.
    Richard Mourdock – Indiana went to Romney + we elected a very Conservative Republican Governor (Mike Pence). People willfully voted against him.
    Allen West – I really didn’t see that coming. He spoke Conservatism as clear and eloquently as anyone I’ve heard.

    These people are good people who love our country & the principles on which it was founded. They were very purposefully rejected and this causes me much tumult. While I know that God is with each of His believers and provides comfort, peace, and protection, it really just feels as though God took the hint from the lefties and has left the nation to its own peril. Who are we (as a nation) without Him? Just another Babylon, waiting to be pummeled. My heart is broken, not just for our sake but for His sake as well.

  • 7am ET hasn’t called it for either of them yet. What’s happening?

  • John3_3

    WHAT in the world is going on! I can not believe this country!

  • Amjean

    What is wrong with those people in Florida? Who is Patrick Murphy?

    Face it, the voters voted for socialism/marxism/communism.
    As I said in a previous posting, I hope they like what they get.

  • DebbyX

    You know, my mother has been saying all along, the blacks and hispanics will all vote for obama. I didn’t think that was enough to put him over the top. What the hell just happened!

    • sDee

      Look at every “diversity” or “minority” group that we have given special rights and privileges under the law. Women, Hispanics, Gays, Blacks, Muslims. Why would they vote away the power that have over other citizens?

      We have done this to oursleves. The Immigration Act of 1965 and open borders ensures that a steady flow of more.

      • BHliberty

        sDee, this is unrelated to your post. But I wanted to thank you for posting a link to the Stratosphere Lounge with Bill Whittle. His discussion and ideas are just what conservatives need to right now. So again, thank you for providing this information. You are the best!

        Feel like many right now, politics is going to take a back burner for awhile! Time to think outside the box!

    • wodiej

      vote totals don’t match ballots cast in WI, FL, OH and PA. In other word, voter fraud.

    • Wisewoman2

      Debbyx it wasn’t. Again whites, especially white single women voted for him overwhelmingly. They were the cake, blacks and Hispanics were the icing to finish the cake.

      • DebbyX

        Ok, I’ll accept that. This morning I was so upset, I suppose I was just trying to make sense of it.

        We lost, that’s all there is to it.

  • wodiej

    Another huge disappointment. God stand by those of who love you.

  • bongobear

    Looks like the Rove faction got what they wanted…they knocked off one of the Tea Party conservatives.

  • iHeartLife

    I log onto my facebook page and I find on my timeline friends post cheering for Obama. The dumbfounded disgust that consumes you would not believe. Why? Because we don’t live in America. The crap news our mainstream media reports is ALWAYS left-wing bias – case in point: Benghazi riot was due to a video. I doubt that story has been corrected. Not surprised because our MSM is crap too.

    So I put up a loooooonnngg list of things Obama has “done” to get them to think about their support for him.


    And you know the tragic part? THEY’RE ALL BORN AGAIN CHRISTIANS!!!


    It’s a good thing I don’t go onto facebook that often 😀

    • jrt1031

      They will suffer now that they gave obama four more years. We all will suffer but at least we will be prepared for it. America is dead………… socialized medicine has destroyed the last place on earth for good healthcare.

      • iHeartLife

        Agreed. I hope people know to prepare for the worst if they haven’t already, but that things can get better if they re-strategize to take the country back. I hope constitutional-loving Americans don’t give up. Dunno how to go about it but there will be those who do.

    • They are Born Again Christians in name only.

      • iHeartLife

        No, they genuinely love the Lord. It’s the contrast of their faith against their ignorance of Obama’s presidential record that astounds me.

        Remember that we’re not Americans or live in America although I’m rooting for Americans as if I were because should America utterly fall, no other country will take her place as the bastion for freedom and truth.

        America is very unique.

  • Conservative_Hippie

    West will win only if the MSM and Hollwood Left endorses him. I don’t know why I even vote anymore. Sheesh! What a disappointment!

  • iHeartLife

    I am proud to have someone like Lt. Col. Allen West to look up too. He’s a great American and smart Christian. He’s awesome!

  • meyou

    Oh, yes, Pat077, the heavens have always been open, and He’s reaching down to dry our tears. Be Not Afraid.

  • They can’t blame George Bush anymore!

    • FreeManWalking

      Sure they can, and they will.

      • tinlizzieowner

        They already are. Exit polls of liberals are saying that they are still blaming Bush. I’m wondering if ‘Obama’s watch’ will start after the next 4 years.

    • deeme

      On the exit polls they asked them who they blamed George Bush or Obama they all said Bush…even though we know what happened in 2007 when things were good..and they voted for all the things that changed that..

  • iaintlyin

    At this point, The only chance we’ll have when its time to make a regime change will be someone with a military background. For its most obvious reason. Also, young conservatives need to infiltrate the teaching ranks.

  • FreeManWalking

    I can’t believe Allen West lost…

    I was so hopeful we were going to light up the BEACON and once again be that shining city on the hill…

    I don’t want to relive the primaries, but I was afraid of this very think when Mitt won.

    But hoping against hope and after the 1st debate, and actually even before I was beginning to get drunk on the not-so-kool-aid and thought we had a chance and like the Grinch’s heart, my optimism grew 2 sizes these last 2 weeks thinking Mitt would win.

    • RosiesSeeingRed

      Me too, my optimism was over the top. I really thought we had this, which is what makes this loss even worse. It wasn’t nearly as bad when McCain lost — I NEVER had the confidence he could eek out a win over the messiah-like campaign and glazed over zombies he was up against. But that enthusiasm for Obama was just not there this time — HOW did this happen??? (I know the answer, but I still can’t believe it).

      • poljunkie

        I’m up early here and for extra punishment turned on CSPAN They have callers on air. Democrat/Republicans wow!

        The Dems all hate Mitt because he’s “rich”. They ramble on with the same couple of points over and over.

        Repubs. are depressed but Thoughtful.

        • actionsspeaklouder

          Hi PJ – I am devastated over this election. I’m sad to say that I too will not be engaging in any more political discourse, for the near future at least. The Chicago thug machine was just too much for the Republicans and Mitt. The Republican leadership really blew it for all of us – and I can’t even bring myself to call them Republicans. They were fighting against the Tea Party Republicans and it showed. Boehner, McConnell – they are not going to let the conservatives take over their power and positions. They have sided with Harry Reid about the Tea Party. The media is beyond despicable. I refuse to watch any of their stations. Now, we have to look forward to Obama “stacking” the Supreme Court with liberal judges and he will also grant amnesty to millions of Hispanics who will vote Democrat for the rest of their lifes. Republicans need a huge shake up in their ranks or they will never see the inside of the White House again. Bye for now. I’ve enjoyed our little chats. I’ve learned a great deal from many of the posters here. IMO – the next 4 years are going to be hell. Nothing in politics will change until all the old guard are OUT – from both sides. I’ve also learned that these scumbag politicians are not worth my passion or energy. America is, yes, but America has been hijacked and we don’t have leaders with the guts to get her back.

          Take care all.

          • poljunkie

            Im sad to see you go, action speak. I’ve enjoyed our conversations, and I am just as you are soo very disappointed- to the point of grief. I share much of the same sentiment as you have expressed. Please dont stay away long. We will miss you.
            Take care of yourself.

  • Profound sadness today! Col. West’s defeat is unthinkable. Obama’s win is unbelieveable. Our country has been fundamentally changed forever. We have an ignorant electorate. An electorate who would rather depend on big govt. One too lazy and ignorant to understand and appreciate our Constitution and the sacrifices that have been made by previous generations to keep us free and make America the greatest nation on earth. We will never be the same.

  • steprock

    They’re reelected Obama
    Legalized Pot in my state
    Gone pro-gay in others
    Refused a champion like Allen West

    America has chosen. So have I.

    Well, you guys. I’m laying off politics as much as I can for a while. I’ve been too obsessed with it and I need a new hobby. For one, I need to pray for America because she’s made many self-indulgent choices tonight, crying out “Give us Barabbas!” I care about politics and love my country, but I’ve been driving my wife nuts for 4 years. She means more to me than any politician. I believe my country can recover, by may have to suffer for its choices for a while. I worry because my kids don’t deserve that. It’s my job to protect them from it now.

    So, if you guys don’t see me around so much, I think you are all the cat’s pajamas.
    RShill, ABC, Wolf, Words, and many others here. Peace and blessings. We have 1 Savior, and he’s not a politician.

    • Do what you must, steprock… it shows good character to keep things in perspective.

      Faith, family and country… I think your country can wait for you to attend to the first two.


  • Allen West,

    I am so sorry you lost your race in Florida. But I think it has become obvious to most observers that your leadership is called to bigger things than one congressional district, even though it does our hearts good to see you seated in Congress (Congressman like you are too rare.)


  • I have more sinister opinion on this. I personally think the GOP has been compromised by progressives [to a lesser extent than the Donkeys] Allen West became a target for both parties. The soul of the Democrat party was bought and payed for years ago…and now the GOP is in a struggle for it’s very identity. Sure seems to me they are attempting to purge the bold Constitutionists.

  • Haywoodjbl

    This makes me ill. Finally someone who will stand up for what he believes and our own eat him.

  • deeme

    I feel two things…Either this country just went through a very sophisticated ballot stuffing scam..or in four short years this countries demographics have become, the Godless, who reject their flesh and blood, illegals and criminals..This man should of won by a landslide and so should of Mia Love..and so should of Romney..I can’t buy the RINO deal because everyone I know voted conservatives especially..and if you look most of the places they won were seas of red..We knew we had to vote no one stayed home …

  • tinlizzieowner

    I live down here in Florida. The Democrats in charge over there on the southeast side of the state ‘Gerrymandered’ Col. West’s district to include more Democrats after the 2010 election.
    Col. West can now become more powerful (and make more money) becoming a ‘talking head’ on TV, like Gov. Palin has. Mark my words, there are bigger things in store for Col. West. My Mrs. and I are ex-military, The Air Force (in my case) and the Army (in hers), doesn’t quit. 😉 😉

  • kong1967

    Didn’t the Republicans redraw his district in order to run him out of town? That’s my understanding of it. The RINO’s preventing the Tea Party from reforming the piece of crap Republican party we have now. Losers making sure they keep losing.

    I might be done with politics. I think we’ve lost the battle for this country on the political front, probably forever because we are going to nose-dive. I might bow out and wait for a revolution.

    • LeonidasOfSparta1957

      We need you in the fight– this enormous loss must bring us together and light our fires to continue the battle, my friend. No it will not be easy. Yes we may see darker night before we see the beginning of the dawn’s early light, but fight we must. Stay in the fray.
      “Stand fast in the liberty wherewith Christ hath made us free and be not entangled again with the yoak of bondage…” that’s our call to arms! We must put on the armour of God, the breastplate of righteousness, and charge forth.

      • kong1967

        I’ll probably still fight the battle, but I’m not optimistic at all. The only thing that can save us now is that the idiot Obama voters get what’s coming to them and see the error in their ways. I doubt it.

  • brendawatkins

    It’s hard to remember this when things don’t go the way “we” want them to.. but, when one door closes another door opens, and if God is in it.. it’s an even better opportunity.

    • Allenblack

      It seems God does not care much about the GOP.

      • brendawatkins

        You’re an idiot if you think God favors one party over another. Like a mother and father have to let their children make mistakes to learn wisdom so does God have to let His children make mistakes to learn from them. Over half the country votes for immoral leaders, God gives them what they want.. unfortunately ALL of us have to suffer because the majority are a bunch of lovers of immorality!

        • Allenblack

          It is very simple the GOP lost because they could not understand math and basic demographic models.In 2016 in Texas,Whites will become a minority and projections are by 2020 It might become a blue state.If that happens we won’t need even swing states anymore.
          Your last sentence was also ridiculous what did you mean that a majority are lovers of immorality?Because we did not vote for Mitt makes us immoral.You clearly think you are on God side instead of hoping he is in yours.Maybe that why you lost.Maybe he is against Mormons or rich people?

          • brendawatkins

            God giving people free will doesn’t make Him a bad parent, it makes Him a loving Father. He gives us choices, and America has been making bad choices for a really long time. When you push God out of everything you get a Godless country.

            • Allenblack

              So is America following the Bible?Which interpretation?In my christian morality(catholic) we don’t recognize the Moromon Bible.I would be satisfied in my religious doctrine that a previous Mormon Bishop running from president failed.
              America will remain a christian country and God is not going anywhere since he is omnipresent.

  • Allen West will fight harder.

  • RKflorida

    You are right. His own party did this to him. They gave us Romney and they redistricted West out of office. He’s a good man and I view this loss with pain.

  • LeonidasOfSparta1957

    A sad day indeed– the presidency in the hands of someone who is taking his “lead” from the most evil motives in human thought, and Allen West defeated by a minion of the President.
    WE MUST NOT GO GENTLY into that good night, the battle is not ours but God’s and we cannot lose our trust in the Almighty to guide us as to how to bring out “the precious from the vile.” He is our refuge and strength. “We have not begun to fight….”

  • James1754

    Another mistake by the voters.

  • I think he’d be good for next election but only if we start this #war on the media , like Andrew said. “the wall we must climb” Lets take it down brick by brick.

    No con will do well even next time around unless we fight back against the media (MSM)
    #Benghazi is a perfect example. They distort just about everything

  • Conservator1

    Allen West’s district was redrawn by Florida’s Republican leadership. The new district is now evenly split among Democrats and Republicans. Prior, West’s district leaned toward the GOP. This was the cause of his defeat last night and he can thank his fellow Republicans for his tragic lost last night.

    • tinlizzieowner

      Not exactly accurate. Col. West’s district is in one of the most liberal areas in the state. An area that becomes more liberal every year, as more northeastern ‘transplants’ move down here to retire, in an effort to get away from paying ‘their fair share’ of the taxes they voted for in their home states.
      “Three states, Florida, Iowa and Maine, give ‘independent bodies’? authority to propose redistricting plans, but preserve the role of legislatures to approve them’.
      Col. West’s district was ‘Gerrymandered’.
      “In the process of setting electoral districts, gerrymandering is a practice that attempts to establish a political advantage for a particular party or group by manipulating geographic boundaries to create partisan or incumbent-protected districts. The resulting district is known as a gerrymander ( /ˈdʒɛriˌmændər/); however, that word can also refer to the process.
      Gerrymandering may be used to achieve desired electoral results for a particular party, or may be used to help or hinder a particular demographic, such as a political, racial, linguistic, religious or class group.”

      • Conservator1

        You’re correct about West’s original district being liberal. The redrawn district was far more liberal however. But your’re wrong about gerrymandering.

        Gerrymandering is used by the ruling incumbents/political party to ensure that districts are redrawn to favor incumbents of that political party and boost their reelection prospects. In the case of Florida, West’s district was redrawn with a Republican Governor and a Legislative body (Senate and House) also controlled by the GOP.

        The new district West was force to run in was redrawn by making it more Democratic and liberal and that’s not gerrymandering. But, it’s all over now and we appear to have similar political views.

        • tinlizzieowner

          I’ll give you that. My use of the word ‘Gerrymandering’ is really an oversimplification of what really went on. 😉
          We Col. Allen West supporters over here in the southwest coast, were following all of this as it transpired.

  • nibblesyble

    West is everything Murphy is not..he will rise and win at another time and then go on and be the President some day..count on it!

    • CG patriot

      Thanks nibblesyble, your saying the words I simply cannot find right now– hope! 🙂

  • WordsFailMe

    Who would have ever thought that, “Build it and they will come,” would turn out to be a curse?

    “Send us you poor, your tired, your tempest tossed…your teeming masses,,,yearning to be free…”–the final, great irony.

  • JudyinNC

    My heart aches this morning for the greatest country the world has ever known:

    Reagan said, “Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn’t pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same, or one day we will spend our sunset years telling our children and our children’s children what it was once like in the United States where men were free.”

  • Jazzee

    OH Lordy can it get any worse
    I love West…………….wow scary very sad

  • nook34

    According to Allen West’s facebook page, he is conceding nothing at this point. He says that until St. Lucie County decided to “recount” the early voting ballots he was ahead by 2000. Suddenly after this recount he was behind 2400. He also says that in direct violation of Florida law, St. Lucie County locked the doors to polling places disallowing the witnessing of the procedures to tabulate results. He ways he will pursue all legal means necessary to hand recount of the St. Lucie County votes.

  • CG patriot

    I’m speechless, I cannot find the words to describe this lose. Allen West our TP hero, a true American patriot, what Conservatism stands for.

    Shame on you GOPe, AKA: Rove, you RINOs will learn the hard way come to 2016. You will be purged, if there is anything left of goodness and strength. I’m beyond disgusted, even more so with Faux New’s.

    The Media, GOPe, Dem’s all are in the pocket for the Globalist movement. I’m not going to hold back anymore, this country has been infiltrated. I didn’t want to believe-it either. But ignorance is bliss, a truth is strength.

    I’m angry, but more too, very worried for our once Great Nation.

  • tvlgds

    Can it possibly get any worse?

  • tvlgds

    It ain’t over yet!

    Allen West

    Our race is far from decided and there is no rush to declare an outcome. Ensuring a fair and accurate counting off all ballots is of the utmost importance. There are still tens of thousands of absentee ballots to be counted in Palm Beach County and potential provisional ballots across the district. Late last night C
    ongressman West maintained a district wide lead of nearly 2000 votes until the St. Lucie County Supervisor of Elections “recounted” thousands of early ballots. Following that “recount” Congressman West trailed by 2,400 votes. In addition, there were numerous other disturbing irregularities reported at polls across St. Lucie County including the doors to polling places being locked when the polls closed in direct violation of Florida law, thereby preventing the public from witnessing the procedures used to tabulate results. The St. Lucie County Supervisor of Elections office clearly ignored proper rules and procedures, and the scene at the Supervisor’s office last night could only be described as complete chaos. Given the hostility and demonstrated incompetence of the St. Lucie County Supervisor of Elections, we believe it is critical that a full hand recount of the ballots take place in St. Lucie County. We will continue to fight to ensure every vote is counted properly and fairly, and accordingly we will pursue all legal means necessary.

    • 1water

      Thanks for posting his statement.

      I’ve just checked here
      Concerning the first point mentioned by Allen West: I don’t catch it why the Florida Department of State reports 100% Precincts reporting while in several Counties the absentee Ballots apparently aren’t yet counted.

      If I catch this right, then the numbers could change by several thousands – at least for the presidential election – as the voter turnout in Palm Beach County alone is indicated by 559,136 votes.

  • Dodoforever Canspell

    This is still an ongoing thing as the recount has not happened. I just checked a few minutes ago.

    • tvlgds

      If they’d only investigate the very real voter fraud, we could overturn this whole mess.

  • tvlgds

    TX is in a similar situation with Quico Canseco, TX23. He says he has proof of voter fraud and will not concede. I don’t have him anymore since the latest redistricting to make all blue/”hispanic”–I’m stuck with Julian Castro’s evil twin.

  • Rosebud

    Allen West is a man of integrity and honor, which is more than I could say for divisive, Marxist Obama.

  • TexasVetgal

    we will need him back…2016 presidential run would be welcomed.

  • bobemakk

    I heard he did not concede and demanded a recount. I guess it didn’t work out for one of the best conservative African Americans alive today.

  • How about validateing the ballots. How many dead voted demoncrat.

  • Voter Fraud was responsible for Obama’s re-election! We, the Patriotic Americans have a sence of extreme disappointment! This dangerous, idiot did not win and we are demanding for a recount in those places where the “Black Panther” was standing guard and the ugly picture of Obama appeared on the wall of a School! This was corruption at its best but that is all Obama knows! Has anyone noticed that no one calls Obama President because no one respects him?! He is headed down the path of “IMPEACHMENT!” The same applies to Patrick Murphy and the Voter Fraud that went on in St. Lucie County! Col. West, don’t give up, we are all rooting for you!