Did Allen West Just Use “The Otter Defense”?

My favorite Debbie Wasserman Schultz hater definitely has the knack for working the crowd. Naturally it is a partisan crowd, and naturally the material which he has to work with gives new meaning to shooting fish in a barrel. One of my favorite wet dreams (that does not involve anyone nekkid) has West and Obama debating head to head, then in the aftermath the MSM would reference racism for any criticisms West voiced.

Allen was whipping up a West Palm crowd the other night and as he usually does, went after the president and his supplicants:

Some liberals did not take too kindly to West’s histrionics:

Moments after the quote was mentioned on Twitter, former Reid spokesman Jim Manley responded via his own Twitter feed: “Me to allen west. You first asshole.”

What a racist.

So I guess the president is a trend setter wrt treating the opposition.

But I have to admit, after hearing this speech and the gratuitous flag grab (Not letting the president destroy the United States of America), the first thing I thought of was Otter’s brilliant and precedent setting defense of Delta House:

So Allen West is a Animal House fan, now I just want to give him a man hug.

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  1. Kimpost

    Some people need to tone their passion down. Or better yet, put it to meaningful use. The Animal House reference was spot on. Makes one wonder how they keep themselves from laughing when delivering shit like this. It was kind of the same with Obama’s SOTU-address. The constant applause made it almost un-watchable. I tried to see it through though, but ended up laughing at the freak show.

    P.S. Did anyone see the Australian Open final? Huge game. Right up there on the list of best finals ever. And both semi finals were awesome too.

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  2. richtaylor365 *

    P.S. Did anyone see the Australian Open final? Huge game. Right up there on the list of best finals ever. And both semi finals were awesome too.

    You know I did, one of the best finals ever.

    There was an article in the WSJ last week about men’s tennis and whether the fact that there are 4 superstars………and everybody else, and if this was bad for tennis. I think it’ s great for tennis. The woman’s final was a joke, but for the next few years we can pretty much count on the men’s semi’s and finals of the slams being incredible due to the talent of these four guys.

    Even though Andy Murray lost, we witnessed his ascension to the elite and he proved (unlike his other finals were he couldn’t handle it) his mettle.

    I’m still bummed that American tennis is in such bad shape (I know, American’s sure are whiny) but I would like us to compete better.

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  3. AlexInCT

    Some people need to tone their passion down. Or better yet, put it to meaningful use

    Not to bust on you Kimpost, but isn’t it funny how those people told they need to tonde down their passion are always the ones that are not part of the democrat party, huh? I mean Obama tells people to bring guns to knife fights, and the left constantly uses hate filled lanuage, but the only time “people” have a problem is when someone on the right does what passes for normal on the left, Just pointing out that there is a double standard. That is why people like me get real excited when we finally see somone like West taking on the double standard.

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  4. West Virginia Rebel

    The Left says what they say because they don’t have anything else. People like West (and, for that matter, Sarah Palin, et al) may still be great at giving the faithful thrills up their legs, but if you can’t reach beyond them then you’re going to be seen as a one-trick poney, part of the fringe, or increasingly irrelevant-like the left.

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