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Allen West on C-SPAN's Washington Journal


U.S. Rep. Allen West, R-Plantation, was on C-SPAN's Washington Journal this morning, and he covered a lot of ground: the GOP and White House plans to create jobs, funding the government, the so-called "Super Committee," and deficit reduction. One caller asked him about the "pugilistic" nature of some of the interactions he's had in his time in Congress. As a former solder, he said, "there's a certain amount you can take, and you finally have to stand up for your own honor."


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Congressman Allen West did his usual great job fielding questions from the moderator and callers. Go West!

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