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GOP Congressmen Walk Out On Bible Shamer Colleague

Turns out Republican Congressman don't think anyone should quote the Bible and shake their finger AT THEM.

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This whole LGBT rights thing is tearing the Republican party apart! Won't someone think of the Congressmen?

The Hill reports that freshman ding-a-ling Republican Rick Allen (guess which side of the Mason-Dixon he's from) decided he should save his Republican colleagues from the consequences of sin in voting for a non-discrimination clause for LGBT federal contractors.

Allen came prepared with scripture to "prove" to his fellow Republicans the errors of their ways. He

launched the GOP's regular policy meeting in the Capitol basement by reading a Bible passage condemning homosexuality and suggesting that supporters of the LGBT provision, which passed the House the night before, were defying Christian tenets, attendees said.

Several Republicans walked out of the room in disgust.

"It was f---ing ridiculous," said one GOP lawmaker, who was in the room and supported the LGBT provision.

A GOP leadership aide offered a similar verdict.

"A lot of members were clearly uncomfortable and upset," the aide said.

Funny how if your entire party pulls this malarkey with the entire female gender for decades it's okay, but below decks on the USS GOP? How dare you!

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