Just a reminder: Rep. Allen West is a multiple independently targeted re-entry vehicle of creepily weird lunatic petulant buffoonery aimed at everyone in his vicinity but most of all himself

Allen West tirade: Wasserman Schultz ‘vile…despicable…not a Lady’ – Ben Smith – POLITICO.com

From: Z112 West, Allen
Sent: Tuesday, July 19, 2011 04:48 PM
To: Wasserman Schultz, Debbie
Cc: McCarthy, Kevin; Blyth, Jonathan; Pelosi, Nancy; Cantor, Eric
Subject: Unprofessional and Inappropriate Sophomoric Behavior from Wasserman-Schultz

Look, Debbie, I understand that after I departed the House floor you directed your floor speech comments directly towards me. Let me make myself perfectly clear, you want a personal fight, I am happy to oblige. You are the most vile, unprofessional ,and despicable member of the US House of Representatives. If you have something to say to me, stop being a coward and say it to my face, otherwise, shut the heck up. Focus on your own congressional district!

I am bringing your actions today to our Majority Leader and Majority Whip and from this time forward, understand that I shall defend myself forthright against your heinous characterless behavior……which dates back to the disgusting protest you ordered at my campaign hqs, October 2010 in Deerfield Beach.

You have proven repeatedly that you are not a Lady, therefore, shall not be afforded due respect from me!

Steadfast and Loyal

Congressman Allen B West (R-FL)


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  1. If I were West, I would move so that i no longer lived in Wasserman-Schultz’s district. I wouldn’t want her representing me.

    Either that or maybe consider not voting for her when she comes up for re-election. She just doesn’t deserve his Loyalty.

  2. @ miguel cervantes:

    Coulda sworn from what I read from Smith that West’s living in her district and representing a neighboring one.

    So West’s prolly supercynical (as well as nuking futs.)

  3. Well that’s what happens when you rely on Smith, the point is her Rosanna Danna screeds,have a higher profile since she is the DNC’s
    favorite parrot.

  4. @ miguel cervantes:

    are you able to supply exact co-ordinates for West’s house?

    (time he’s most likely to be there very helpful, as well)

    Don’t have any familiarity with the lady but didn’t hear anything outrageous from her in questioning whether West is serving the (old) people of Florida with his stance on the bill being discussed.

    She didn’t sound like a supergenius but West’s response, while stopping short of saying that he was gonna kill her and piss on her corpse, was just a hair excessive

    Shut the fuheck up?

  5. @ fuster:
    This is one of the reasons, or a dimension of the reason, that the Right currently qualifies as unsalvageable. Someone find a movement conservative who has anything but praise or, at worst, contorted justifications for West’s dishonorable, embarrassing, and altogether deranged conduct – the kind of thing that makes Alan Grayson look reflective and restrained. (At least Grayson didn’t assault his colleagues individually in such excessive terms.) Check out this contortive hackery from HA’s latest addition to the gallery: http://hotair.com/archives/2011/07/20/debbie-wasserman-schultz-dismisses-allen-wests-searing-e-mail/ I think if you read between the lines – but you have to do so – it’s clear that the writer thinks that West is one half ass, one half deranged, but there’s no way she’s going to say as much in front of a right-wing crowd.

  6. Maybe your more familiar with the writer (Tina Korbe) than am I.

    I’m not finding anything all that clear about her feelings toward West.

    I do find it clear that she’s not harboring any great respect for Debbie

    Wouldn’t much surprise me if DW-S ain’t nothing to write home about. I’m willing to trade Florida back to Spain in return for an unlimited supply of Paella Valenciana, Pollo Villaroy & Gambas al Ajillo

  7. Look they picked Bloomberg, and they were seriously looking at Weiner, so I don’t give much hope, to get it right.

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