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by Nicole Loschke, staff writer

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Sen. George Allen
“ This fellow here, over here with the yellow shirt, macaca, or whatever his name is. He’s with my opponent. He’s following us around everywhere. And it’s just great. ...Let’s give a welcome to macaca,
here. Welcome to America and the real world of Virginia.” –Republican Senator George Allen, R-Va., ridiculing a Virginia native of Indian descent, by using an ethnic slur referring to an Asian monkey.
Karl Rove
“ Just get me a f***ing faith-based thing. Got it?” —Bush’s chief political adviser, as quoted in a new book by David Kuo, Tempting the Faith.

Kuo, the former second-in-command of Bush’s Office on Faith-Based Initiatives, claims that Bush’s true intention in creating his office was only to gain Christian votes.
Mark Foley
“ It’s vile. It’s more sad than anything else, to see someone with such potential throw it all down the drain because of a sexual addiction.”
— Mark Foley, on Bill Clinton, in 1998. Foley recently resigned his position as a Florida’s representative after it was discovered that he had been having relations with former Congressional pages.
Bill Cinton

“ You still have to vote for us ‘cause my opponent is a slug, and they’re going to tax you into the poorhouse. On the way to the poorhouse, you’ll meet a terrorist on every street corner. And when you try to run away from that terrorist, you will trip over an illegal immigrant.’” —Former President Bill Clinton, on the 2006 Republican campaign.
Conrad Burns
“ This campaign is about the next generation—it is as if we have a safe world and a secure world—where our kids can go to bed at night and not worry about a guy that drives a taxicab during the daytime and kills at night.”—Republican Sen. Conrad Burns—Mont.

Burns referred to this taxicab killer twice in the 2006 campaign. “We thank God for those young people that do it everyday and every night—to fight this enemy that’s a taxicab driver in the daytime, but a killer at night.”
Max Clelan
“ We all know what GOP means now. It means grope our pages.” —Former
Democratic Sen. Max Cleland—Ga.
Tony Snow
“ It’s a number.” —White House Press Secretary Tony Snow, on the U.S. military death toll in Iraq, when it reached 2,500 dead.
Rush Limbaugh
“ It’s purely an act. This is the only time I have ever seen Michael J. Fox portray any of the symptoms of the disease he has.”

Right wing radio personality Rush Limbaugh, speaking about Fox’s appearance in a political ad on behalf of a candidate who supports stem cell research. Fox has Parkinson’s Disease. Limbaugh also accused Fox of “using his illness as a way to mislead voters.”

When Limbaugh was detained by custom officials for possessing Viagra with a prescription made out in someone else’s name, he said: “I’ve been racking my brain. I’ve been trying to figure out how Bob Dole’s luggage got on my airplane.... [It’s] a misunderstanding.”



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