Snark alert. (I’m not proud of it, but sometimes I can’t help it.)
Well, I don’t know about you, but I am all anticipation for the next issue of Esquire! Especially now that Politico has released this teasing little nugget from their exclusive interview with renowned social commentator and silver-tongued child behavior specialist, Chris Rock – in which he refers to sleeping children as “f—ing knocked out” and Tea Partiers as “crazy” and “insane” racists.
“Kids always act up the most before they go to sleep. And when I see the Tea Party and all this stuff, it actually feels like racism’s almost over. Because this is the last—this is the act up before the sleep. They’re going crazy. They’re insane. You want to get rid of them—and the next thing you know, they’re f—-ing knocked out. And that’s what’s going on in the country right now.”
Like I have said before, it does the heart good to know that the left continues to objectively examine every angle in a public debate before choosing whether to smear their adversaries as “racists,” “xenophobes,” “islamophobes,” or “homophobes.”
According to Rock and his kindreds at Esquire and throughout the mainstream media, Tea Partiers have no evidence that Obama’s leftist policies are creating a corpulent, wealth-confiscating, rubber-necking bureaucratic monster. Which means they only hate him because he’s black.
And why not take the low road when you know you can’t win a debate on the merits? It’s not like these people have integrity or anything. What they do have is a left-wing dirty-tricks network — that stretches all the way from Capitol Hill to lefty blogs — more than happy to bolster their BS with selective reporting and faked-up evidence.
Anyway, I’m sure there will be oodles more thoughtful and reasoned social commentary to be had when this edition of Esquire hits newsstands later this month. And I’m sure there’ll be plenty of time to take it all in prior to check-out, so it’s free!
MUST READ: Ed Driscoll at Pajamas Media joins Rock’s comments with those of other notable lefties into a revealing wide-angle focus on those who feel entitled to demand ”civility” from conservatives.