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No, Chris Rock, He Ain’t My Daddy, or Yours

Bulldog74 Wrote: Feb 11, 2013 7:37 AM
Apart from the absurdity of likening ANY government official to one's "daddy" (not to mention the creepy similarity to figures like "Uncle Joe" Stalin), why would such an analogy hold water coming from liberals anyway? These are the same people who for the past 50 years have been telling kids to question authority, encouraging them to disrespect or outright rebel against their parents (remember "Don't trust anyone over 30?") and doing everthing they can to undermine the family unit. So if Obama's my daddy, then F-U Dad, I'm taking the car tonight and if you try to stop my I'll call Social Services and tell them you're abusing me.
Alex_P Wrote: Feb 11, 2013 2:34 PM
Bulldog74 Wrote:
"Apart from the absurdity of likening ANY government official to one's "daddy" (not to mention the creepy similarity to figures like "Uncle Joe" Stalin)..."

Oh, you don't know a half of it. There was "grandpa Lenin". And Stalin was "Uncle Joe" only for Americans - inside USSR it was "our father", "father of the people" etc.

Biblical scholar Chris Rock breathed the spirit of a Pauline epistle last week, as he urged children to meekly submit to their parents: “The president and the first lady are kinda like the Mom and Dad of the country,” Rock said. “And when your Dad says something, you listen. And when you don’t, it will usually bite you in the ass later on.”

Wait…he wasn’t urging submission to mom and dad, but to Caesar as if he were mom and dad.

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