Republican Tea Party (GOTP) Congressman Allen (Walter E. Kurtz) West’s been surrounded by controversy since he discharged his side arm next to the head of a prisoner in Iraq (he’d threatened to shoot the man moments before) and his mouth has gotten him into even more trouble since he was elected to Congress in 2010 as part of the so-called “Tea Party Revolution”, but now he’s under attack in a new ad featuring a cast of children reciting a litany of his “greatest hits”, featuring all the insults he’s leveled at everyone and everything liberal.
“You are not a lady,” says a little girl at the start of the ad.
“You are the most vile, despicable member of the Communist Party,” other children say. “You are a threat to the gene pool.”
“Get the beep out of the United States!” the first girl shouts.
The best – and the worst – part of the ad is that every one of those words have come out of Kurtz’s (West’s) mouth at some point in the past two years. For example, in July 2011, West (Kurtz) accused Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz of being “vile, despicable and cowardly” and said she was “not a lady” because she had questioned his stance on Medicare during a House floor debate; in the same month, he called supporters of the President “a threat to the gene pool.”
One of his most bizarre comments however came when he declared to a group of “supporters” (no doubt in a cave deep in the jungles of Cambodia) that as many as 81 House Democrats are members of the Communist Party.
But wait, that’s not all, Kurtz (West) also declared that President Obama and other liberals should “get the hell out of the United States of America.”
The very creative television ad, titled “Time Out,” was released by Patrick Murphy, West’s (Kurtz’s) Democratic challenger, who appears in the ad midway through scolding the former Army LTC (he had to “retire” due to the aforementioned “shooting” incident) for acting like a child, while in the background kids are playing on a playground.
“Allen West said all these things and worse. But bullying and name-calling has no place in the playground or in Congress,” Murphy says. “I’ll reach across the aisle and solve problems.”
“You need a time out!” says a little girl at the end of the ad, and that says it all; after everything “Congressman” West has said and done during his two years in House of Representatives he clearly needs a time out, a permanent timeout from serving in Congress.