Could RNC chair candidate Chip Saltsman be a 'chip' off the old block of former Georgia Senator George Allen? These two Southerners share a striking resemblance and a gift for race-based humor. But could they also share genes? Or alleles, at the very least?
Saltsman has gotten into some trouble with the Nazi media over Christmas when he sent his colleagues a CD of songs including one titled 'Barack the Magic Negro' set to the tune of 'Puff, the Magic Dragon'. The song is really hilarious, regardless of your political orientation. Plus, it's a great song to celebrate the birth of Jesus to.
Surely it is not a stretch to see a genetic connection between Saltsman and a Senator who called an Indian-American "Macaca" and said "Welcome to America and the real world of Virginia." George Allen claims he "just made up" the word Macaca, but the confederate flag-rocking, noose-displaying, N-word dropping Senator was just being modest.
The truth is the word Macaca comes from the word Macaque, which is a Monkey. The word is used as a racial slur in North Africa, and, Allen's own mere was born and raised in Tunisia. He didn't share that information, nor did he share the fact that his mother was Jewish. Which could make Chip... a MOT (Member of the Tribe). Mazel Tov!
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