He then called Polish people, Pollacks which might lead him to a new problem. This is the best part about this is they republished the “Marion Barry playbook” from the Washington Post
The Asian tempest, you must understand, has been a mini-version of Barry’s various other public cycles of infamy and redemption. They go something like this:
1. Make a mistake.
2. Say you were misunderstood or taken out of context. Alternately, offer other excuses.
3. Give apology-of-sorts, saying sorry for giving “offense” or taking partial responsibility while deflecting full accountability.
4. Endure ongoing public rebuke.
5. Complete cycle by begging forgiveness in friendly territory — more often than not, in a church.