ALLEN WEST REPUBLIC – No matter what you’re going through, turn it over to the Lord God Almighty.

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6 Comments

  1. Holy Rebel

    To this I say a hearty amen, what a great message by a true patriot Col. Allen West!

    I hope he becomes the Secretary of Defense in the upcoming Republican presidency!!

    Yes, Christians are to take a stand for Christ without shame for the gospel for it is for the Jew first and then the Gentile.

    Thank you Col. West for standing for Christ and for Israel without wavering! May God truly bless you with long life and health and service for Him!

  2. G

    Yeah Holy Rebel, and this is the same person who use torture in Iraq. Fine example of Mr. West having his own miniature version of the Spanish Inquisition in using torture.

  3. Holy Rebel

    Dear G,

    Waterboarding is not torture, even our own troops go through waterboarding training in case they are captured by the enemy. Now, attaching battery cables to a man’s testicles and they attaching that to a battery for a little electrical surge, now that is torture!

  4. Odo

    West wasn’t waterboarding, he was doing other criminal things, and he accepted an Article 15 and retired in lieu of the court martial that was otherwise going to hit him. (It’s roughly equivalent of accepting plea bargain).

    There’s really nothing in his background that suggests an ability to be SecDef.

  5. G

    Waterboarding is torture no matter how you tried to legalizes it. West should have been sent to prison like they did with those enlisted people at Abu Ghraib prison. Different spanks for different ranks.

  6. Connie

    The cognitive dissonance in Holy Rebel is strong.

    HR said: Waterboarding is not torture, even our own troops go through waterboarding training in case they are captured by the enemy.

    Well…. If the enemy is using a technique to get info from a prisoner and it involves almost drowning a person until the info is provided then isn’t that by a literal definition called torture?

    George Orwell called it when he wrote 1984.

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