Once a mucaca alwaya a mucaca
George Allen made a mucaca of himself by calling an American citizen with Indian ancestral roots a mucaca. He did that in 2006 and the former Virginia governor lost his bid for the Senate. Such a display of inner values manifested in that behavioral outburst should conclude his career in public life. Get a real job George.
“As he tries to win back the Senate seat he lost in 2006, George Allen apologized today for the “macaca” incident that defined that campaign. “You don’t brood over mistakes. You learn from them and you improve,” he told conservatives at the Faith and Freedom Coalition conference in Washington. “And during my last campaign, I never should have singled out that young man working for my opponent, calling him a name. He was just doing his job. I was wrong to do that to him, and it diverted our campaign away from the real issues that families care about.””