George Allen mentions a word that few have heard before, "macaca," and now the Washington Post is sqawking so loudly in "outrage" that he is forced to go on an apology tour. Meanwhile Bill Maher makes a crack about how an American born person of Hispanic descent should be deported and there is a big Ho-Hum in reaction. Bill Maher, as chronicled in the latest edition of the DUmmie FUnnies, made the following crack in his Huffington Post Blog while joining in the drumbeat for impeachment of Bush:
"But if this decision stands, and this program is unlawful and unconstitutional, federal law expressly makes the ordering of surveillance under the program a federal felony. That would mean that the president could be guilty of no fewer than 30 felonies while in office. Moreover, it is not only illegal for a president to order such surveillance, it is illegal for other government officials to carry out such an order. And that means Alberto Gonzalez could be tried, convicted, and deported."
Deported where, Bill? Alberto Gonzalez was born in San Antonio, TX.