Allen West “While everyone’s focused on campaign antics, our nation just got some DIRE news”

I don’t know about y’all, but I’m “debated out.” The debates of the new American socialist party are about the same ol’ thing: everyone’s a victim and needs government to give them stuff. The GOP debates are devolving into a 3rd grade recess period full of invective’s and relatively free of policy substance.

As Written By Allen B. West:

All this is occurring at a time when we need to hear focused policy visions. I’m not asking anyone to stand up there and pontificate for two hours to make audience eyes roll back into their heads. It’s about connecting and being able to simply express a strategic plan.

I’d offer it would be best right now to replace the debate shows with one-on-ones with the candidates. We need a moderator who would press on the issues, and not allow grandstanding or escapism. No more personal attacks; rather, talking about “how.”

And why is that important?

As reported by the Washington Free Beacon:

The U.S economy slowed in the fourth quarter of 2015 as real gross domestic product (GDP) expanded at an annual rate of 1 percent, according to a revised estimate released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. 

Real GDP is adjusted for inflation and represents “the value of the production of goods and services in the economy,” according to the bureau. Wall Street Journal economists forecasted a lower rate of growth, predicting GDP would grow at a rate of 0.4 percent

The second estimate of 1 percent growth was based on more complete source data and was revised upward from the previously reported rate of 0.7 percent in January. 

The fourth quarter real GDP of 1 percent, which includes performance from October, November, and December of 2015, was lower than the third quarter real GDP estimate of 2 percent, which encompassed the months of July, August and September. It was also lower than the second quarter estimate of 3.9 percent.

The time for antics must end; we’re in a very dire economic situation in America.When you consider …..



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