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US apologizes for diplomat's 'dirty' Indians comment

The United States has apologised for controversial remarks made by a US diplomat who spoke of "dark and dirty" Indians, calling the comments "inappropriate". US Vice-Consul Maureen Chao told Indian students on Friday that her "skin became dirty and dark like the Tamilians" after a long train journey, according to Indian media -- referring to people from the southern state of Tamil Nadu

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Comment by David Jackson
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    Who's paying this bigot's salary? Why is she even being paid? Why is she even employed? Why shouldn't the President be billed for her "time"?

     Who the hell is she to make any comment in regards to anyone? I'll bet she "regrets" what she said. I'll bet more that she regrets being caught in the act, even more. Diplomat? I think not. Little wonder the world pretty much hates or mistrusts U.S. intentions. This type of biased BS belongs to the American trashheap of all things related to the 16th -19th centuries. The European model of etnocentrism was crap 500 years ago and hasn't gained status since.

     Sorry? About as sorry (cheap, tawdry, stupid, backward, ludicrous, infantile, shortsighted, and sick) as you can get!

     Fire the worthless dilattante!

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