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Lynn Westmoreland
has been interviewed for The Colbert Report's
Lynn Westmoreland
is a United States Representative
for the "Fightin' 3rd" district of the state of Georgia
I am Lynn Westmoreland and and my lawyer swears I'm not a


Lynn, asking the Baby Jesus for help with the rest of the Commandments.

Lynn Westmoreland is the Republican sponsor of a bill to put The 10 Commandments in every public building: Schools, courts, government buildings, military structures, prison facilities in Gitmo, etc. That way, Lynn will have an easier time remembering what they are.

Prior to the 110th Congress, Lynn represented Georgia's 8th District, The Fightin' 8th. His main legislative focus was keeping sodomy out of public places, and making Lynn a publicly accepted male name.

He once took time out of keeping the Sabbath day holy to talk to Stephen Colbert on the Colbert Report, a sacrifice for which he received The Colbert Bump in the 2006 midterm elections, returning him to Congress. The Bump was very important because for the 2006 midterm elections, Georgia's districts were gerrymandered redrawn, so Westmoreland now serves Georgia's 3rd District, The Fightin' 3rd! His main legislative focus is keeping sodomy out of public places.

The Ten Commandments According To Rep. WestmorelandEdit

Comedy Tube

Rep. Westmoreland whips Obama (in a totally non-racist way)Edit

Despite what you may have heard
Lynn Westmoreland
Is totally not racist!

Rep. Westmoreland recently scored some more huge points with the Almighty by standing up to Satan's representative/illegitimate son, Barack Hussein Obama; he alone had the balls to tell it like it is:

Quote open clear3 Barack and Michelle Obama are uppity. Quote close clear2
~Rep Westmoreland

Now, before you start thinking that Rep. Westmoreland is a knuckle-dragging crossburner teensy bit out of line, you should know that the liberal media totally misquoted him! What he actually said was

Quote open clear3 uppity, yeah. Quote close clear2
~Rep. Westmoreland, clarifying

See? In the right context, it's totally different!

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