The Whitest Kids You Know

By Loudoun Insider

Loudoun Moron suggested a new photo caption contest for what he promised was a great photo of John Whitbeck and George Allen.  Here it is:

“Boy, George, you really killed with that macacca line!”

The first thing that popped into my mind was The Whitest Kids You Know, the actual name of a comedy troupe with a pretty funny cable TV show.  I think they’ve been supplanted in their name by these guys.  Whitbeck and Allen sure are yucking it up and look a whiter shade of pale indeed.  Just the Good Ole Boys having a good ole time, ain’t that right, Waylon?


Comments

  • Baron Rosedown says:

    Whitbeck: “Hey George, look at all these dumb-asses that I fooled, you owe me big time buddy”

  • Douchebeck says:

    Nobody else is hardly even cracking a smile but Whitbeck is trying to bust his gut to schmooze it up with George Allen.

    Typical ladder climber behavior.

  • HOAhell says:

    Whitbeck just heard Allen call someone a macaca.
    The guy on the right that is fake smiling didn’t hear the joke.

  • HOAhell says:

    “On August 11, 2006, at a campaign stop in Breaks, Virginia, near the Kentucky border, Allen twice used the word macaca to refer to S.R. Sidarth, an Indian-American, who was filming the event as a ‘tracker’ for the opposing Webb campaign. Allen apologized, first saying he intended to say ‘mohawk,’ an incorrect reference to Sidarth’s hair cut. He then revised his story, saying he meant to call Sidarth ‘caca’ and then claiming that he did not know the meaning of the word.” — Wikipedia

    This is the indefensible behavior of a schoolyard bully.

  • Keeping It Real says:

    Allen: Hey John, I had a burrito for lunch and just let a terrrible one out.

    Kid in background holding Romney sign: Aw man, why did I have to be downwind.

  • Loudoun Insider says:

    Whitbeck really is over doing it with his expressions of mirth.

  • Loudoun Moron says:

    Allen: John, John, remember that time you blew through all of the Lansdowne HOA’s money to fix a pool? That was some badass fiscal conservatism!

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