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Friday, November 03, 2006

Webb v. Allen Clip Show: George Allen has a History of Racial Problems

This one is obvious but important nonetheless.

Here are two compilations dealing with "Senator" Allen's long history of racial problems, including hanging a Confederate flag in his living room and a noose in his law office.

Here is a picture of George Allen with the modern day successor of the Ku Klux Klan.

And, yet again, Allen singled out the only dark-skinned person in a crowd and told him "Welcome to America" and repeatedly called him the M-word, a French-Tunisian racial slur that, despite his protestations, he more than likely learned from his French-Tunisian mother.

Speaking of his mother, once it was revealed that Allen has Jewish heritage (which is such a non-issue as to be utterly ridiculous) Allen felt it necessary to prove his "Gentile street cred" by telling reporters that he had a "ham sandwich for lunch".

Let's not forget the accusations from multiple sources that, to paraphrase Chris Rock in the movie "CB4", Allen used the N-word like it was his last name.

Then there are the charges that Allen stuffed a severed deer head into a black families mail box.

Are all of these stories true? I don't know. But there is an unquestionable pattern. It this wasn't an issue with Allen the allegations wouldn't stick or even seem so plausible.

This is a United States Senator?

I reiterate from this morning: Allen has no credibility. He is a punchline.

And those are written words...the kind I thought about.


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Comments on "Webb v. Allen Clip Show: George Allen has a History of Racial Problems"

 

Anonymous Anonymous said ... (5:19 PM) : 

Where did you get a picture of Senator Allen with Robert Byrd?

 

Blogger Robb said ... (5:21 PM) : 

Buy a pair and at least come up with a fake name to post under.

 

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