“Who’s in Charge Here?” is a line from the movie “Apocalypse Now” and will be used by former Congressman Allen B. West to highlight our current Republican led Congress. He will also use it to define the difference between a career politician and true representatives of our citizens. As you know, Congress is in a recess for the month of August. Do you know when that recess was created and the reason why that is? Let Mr. West explain it to you so that you can inform your friends.

As Written By Allen West for Townhall:

The movie “Apocalypse Now” came out in August 1979, it was Francis Ford Coppola’s film on the Vietnam War centered on the mission of Captain Willard (Martin Sheen) to assassinate a US Army Colonel gone rogue, played by Marlon Brando. I was beginning my freshman year of college at the University of Tennessee, and as a student enrolled in ROTC, I went to see the movie. Of course, it took me three viewings to really come to grips with the film and understand it. However, everyone remembers the memorable character, and lines, of Robert Duvall who played an eccentric Air Calvary Squadron Commander who said, “Charlie don’t surf” and “I love the smell of…

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