John Hall
was an in-studio guest of "The Colbert Report"
and got nailed at The C Desk.
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John Hall
Has been featured on "The Colbert Report"
as a part of the "Better Know A Challenger" segment.

A candidate with balls who is, unfortunately, also a Democrat. He was interviewed on the Colbert Report's hard-hitting, weekly congressional investigation Better Know A District

Recipient of The Colbert BumpEdit

On November 7, 2006, Mr. Hall beat some coward to take the 19th district of New York.

Stephen will be waiting for a thank you call, Mr. Hall, and don't have your sidekick Mr. Oates do it; you have to do it yourself.


Mr. Hall did visit Dr. Colbert again the day after election day 2006 (November 8). America is outraged that he made Dr. Colbert wait. He needs to go again to The Colbert Report to apologize for the delay, and pronto!

Update!! of the Update!Edit

Mr. Hall did eventually return to "The Report" and was lucky enough to sing with Stephen.

Musical CareerEdit


Homesexual-American icons Orleans.

In 1972, John Hall co-founded the homosexual disco band Orleans, best-known for their outrageous costumes and suggestive lyrics. He was the leatherman (biker) character. In 1977, he met his future life-partner, John Oates, which prompted him to leave Orleans and form the even gayer "rock" group, Hall & Oates. The band's heyday was marked by such hits as "Maneater", a song about Oates' incredible fellatio skills.

NOTE: John Hall was indeed a cofounder of the band Orleans - but Hall & Oates is Darryl Hall and has nothing to do with this article? Who writes this stuff?


  • He's the representative-elect for New York's Fightin' 19th District.
  • Sue Kelly is the former Congress "person".
  • His nickname is "the fight'n Hall".
  • Can fake his way through "The Star-Spangled Banner"
  • Is actually a castrato, he sacrificed his balls at an early age for the ability to hit "free" in "The Star-Spangled Banner".
  • Wears a set of prosthetic balls made of real brass.

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John Hall
is a United States Representative
for the "Fightin' 19th" district of the state of New York
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