Tuesday, October 9, 2012

The Future is Now: What Control of the U.S. Senate May Come Down To? A Macaca Moment

Return with me now, all of you Over the Hill Gang members to a less cynical time.  To a time when a Republican President was hunkered down in the White House trying everything under the sun to stave off impeachment.  Enemies lists, using the IRS, CIA and FBI to discredit political rivals as well as ordinary American citizens who had the courage to stand up and speak truth to power.

And in his spare Richard M. Nixon was still strategizing.  Always scheming, Tricky Dick was devising and then sending his secret plans to this man's father hoping he would implement them on Sundays.  What am I babbling about? The Axis of Evil?  Sort of.  President Richard Nixon would devise football plays and send them to George Allen Senior, the coach of the Washington Redskins and father of right wing Republican former U.S. Senator from Virginia, who displayed the poor judgment of using some of these amateur play calls.

Eventually these senile old kooks would be driven from office with the senior Allen eventually succumbing to the football equivalent of being fragged by his own men, he died of pneumonia after his team dumped a cooler full of Gatorade over his head following a college football game.

His son, George Allen, Jr. carried on his father's tradition of poor judgment culminating in his spectacular implosion while running for re-election to his Senate seat which he planned as using as a stepping stone to the White House.  For those of you not familiar with George's Macaca Moment, Macaca being the North African equivalent to the South Afrikaner kaffir and the American "N" word, I bring you this reminder.  "But why is this relevant?" you ask.  Because this racist, phony born again is running for his old U.S. Senate seat against former Democratic governor and genuine good person Tim Kaine.  And it is this race, my dear friends, that control of the U.S. Senate may come down to in the 2012 election.

Watch this video and ask yourself if this two-bit racist is deserving of being elected to another 6 year term in the Senate.

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