As previously reported on TheBlaze, President Barack Obama’s convention speech has been met with harsh criticism from several conservative pundits including Charles Krauthammer and Peggy Noonan.

But perhaps the harshest words for his speech came from Rep. Allen West (R-Fla.).

“Last night’s speech by Barack Obama was a weak plea for another four years to decimate our economy, retard our energy security future, and reduce the greatest fighting force known to the world,” West said in a statement on his Facebook page Friday. “It was a complete and utter failure.”

The post continues:

In Barack Obama’s own words he stated that if he could not turn this economy around in four years he would be a one-term proposition. He also stated that he would cut the deficit in half, yet we have had four years of trillion-dollar-plus deficits. This morning we found out, again, that we are still at 8% or higher unemployment for 43 straight months. This comes knowing that we were promised by Barack Obama unemployment never higher than 8% with the almost trillion dollar stimulus. We have the lowest workforce participation rate in 31 years…Obama will tout a decrease in unemployment from 8.3% to 8.1%, but that is a scam. We have 368,000 people who have been dropped from the labor accountability rolls. We only added 96,000 jobs to our economy in August. If America reelects Barack Obama to a second term, we deserve all the pain and misery that will ensue.

Meanwhile, pro-Obama economist Paul Krugman claims Friday’s jobs report isn’t all that bad (which is funny considering the fact President Obama would’ve argued him on that point back in 2004).

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