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Here's Allen West Singing "Pretty Woman" in Its Entirety

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He started by saying, "Anyone that records this, I'm going to drop you for pushups."


A brave patriot with a camcorder wasn't scared, and now, to put on your iPod next to Mitt Romney's rendition of "America the Beautiful" and President Barack Obama's panty-dropping hint at "Let's Stay Together," we have a magical video of Congressman Allen West singing "Pretty Woman." WITH A BAND.

For the record, he's probably not talking about fellow Florida Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz; he declared last summer that she was "not a Lady." Mercyyyyy...



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