One Term And Out: Allen West Finally Concedes Loss

Allen West (R-Whackjob), has finally given up his quixotic legal charades and conceded to Congressman-elect Patrick Murphy of Florida.

Allen West

In a rambling whine to the press, West complained that the election was fraught with corruption and wrapped his concession in a lame excuse, saying…

“Our legal team does not believe there are enough over-counted, undercounted or fraudulent votes to change the outcome of the election.”

Getting out our West-to-English dictionary reveals that the translation is: “We didn’t work hard enough on getting out our fraudulent vote.”

There is already much speculation on what West will do next. After being tossed out of the Army (and nearly court martialed) for malfeasance while serving in Iraq, and then being tossed out of congress for being a nut case who called his Democratic colleagues communists, his prospects are fairly narrow. What it comes down to is either a gig at Fox News or a talk radio show. He could also try a congressional comeback in a different district, or take up residency at a think tank. Ordinarily a think tank job would require being able to think, but that wouldn’t be the case for any of the right-wing organizations that would consider West.

Whatever West may chose to do in future, at least he will be unable to cast votes for the loony legislation that the Tea Party caucus in the House has been peddling. Perhaps he could join up with his fellow losers (Joe Walsh, Todd Akin, Richard Mourdock, Linda McMahon, etc.) and form a support group for delusional ex-candidates.


6 thoughts on “One Term And Out: Allen West Finally Concedes Loss

  1. The thing that you didn’t note is West’s keen sense of irony. I first read about the concession at the Advocate which included part of West’s congratulatory message for Murphy: “I pray he will serve his constituents with honor and integrity, and put the interests of our nation before his own.” Now, coming from West, isn’t that just the least bit ironic? Or should that be a case of “do as I say, not as I did?”

  2. I’m surprised that West didn’t tell Murphy to keep an eye on those 80 commies in congress. And yes, it’s ironic that a guy who isn’t in the military because of his lack of honor and integrity, would pray that someone else would exhibit some.

  3. And he didn’t blame his loss on all those commies in the Senate?

  4. Na Na Na NA hey hey hey Goood bye! Let the door hit you where the baboons have no hair.Ex- congressman.

  5. Allen West and Joe Walsh, two of the biggest tea party darlings, are one and done in their first term. It would have been a travesty if either of them lasted any longer.

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