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Allen West Takes a Second Job

By Javier Manjarres

Congressman Allen West decided to ‘take of the gloves,’ or in this case, his jacket and belt out his own rendition of Roy Orbison’s song, “Pretty Woman” last weekend in Washington D.C.  In all sincerity, West’s version of the famous song wasn’t so pretty. Perhaps the Congressman should stick to belting out smack-downs to liberal Democrats in Congress? LOL! Love ya Allen, but stick to your day job ;)

 

 

Results of Allen West’s singing:

-Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s hair straightened out, permanently.

-President Obama immediately grabs his golf clubs and goes on vacation

-VP Biden dropped another F-bomb after the windows in his office shattered


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About author

Javier Manjarres

As the managing editor of The Shark Tank, Javier was awarded the 2011 CPAC Blogger of the Year. Countless videos and articles from the Shark Tank have been featured on Fox News, The Hill, Wall Street Journal, and other national news publications. Javier has also appeared on Univision’s “Al Punto” and numerous radio shows, including being the weekly 92.5 Fox News' DayBreak with Drew Steele political contributor

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7 Comments

  1. Debra P February 15, 2012 at 3:01 pm

    Javier, you are SOOO in trouble! Hope you’re in good shape and can do pushups…A LOT of pushups..A LOT of pushups!!

    On a positive note…West is a lot better than the song and dance we are constantly getting from Obama!

  2. Spurwing Plover February 16, 2012 at 12:46 am

    Sure beats singing some occupyer song what ever they sing while wearing those goofy masks

  3. dunce February 16, 2012 at 2:32 am

    So he can not sing, and he is black, so what? His supporters judge him by the content of his character. Too many politicians could not pass that muster.

  4. Toothless Dawg February 16, 2012 at 11:38 am

    Hey, LtCol West sings better than me … Posters are correct though, its a good thing he is judged by his character and actions rather than his singing voice