Former Sen. George Allen (R-VA) apologized Friday for a racist slur he used against a Democratic campaign worker almost five years ago. During his campaign for re-election in 2006, Allen attempted to bully S.R. Sidarth by calling him "macaca."
George Allen is said to be running in 2012 for the Senate seat he once held and lost to Jim Webb; you may remember he was the favorite of the religious right to be the presidential pick until he famously uttered the "macaca" slur back in 2006.
It's now official: He's baaaaackk! George "Macaca" Allen had decided to throw his hat in the ring to win back his Senate seat in 2012. Former senator George Allen is attempting a comeback six years after the Republican narrowly lost his seat
Former Senator George Allen -- the once-leading religious-right candidate eyeing the run for the presidency in 2008, until his "macaca moment" lost him the election and his aspirations -- is said to be running against Sen. Webb in
A modest proposal: no one displaying the Confederate flag gets to lecture any American about patriotism - ever. Ditto for anyone trafficking in Conf
When James Webb became a Democratic senator for Virginia in 2006 after beating George Allen, I thought it was a wonderful thing. Here was this forme
Rush Limbaugh tried to lie about George Allen's racist "macaca" remark that cost him his Senate seat by claiming that it was all made up out of thin a
Wow. Talk about really tone deaf moves. Pam's House Blend: You just can't make this stuff up. I really didn't think the Allen asshattery of this we
The Politico: The Macaca moment has morphed into an official learning tool for the Republican establishment. It's right there, on pages 18 and 22 o
There is a whole world that a certain segment of conservatives live in that actually does not touch on reality at all. A world where museums can be bu
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