No, really. That’s the latest entry in the Handbook of Racial Code Words. If you thought the Left was done self-parodying themselves, boy, were you wrong! We thought they may have stopped at “peanut butter” or “bread basket” or “kitchen cabinet” or “chair,” for goodness sake. But, no. Now the mere mention of his five boys by Mitt Romney during the debate in Denver? Totally a dog whistle and “sly” racism.
Once again, Twitter users were prescient and predicted just such lapdog media buffoonery.
And, the predictions came true, once again. Rachel Maddow was the first to don the unhinged desperation cap.
But, it wasn’t just Rachel Maddow. Piers Morgan evidently heard the “dog whistle” that only racist lefties can hear.
As did MSNBC’s Chris Hayes.
He’s uncomfortable calling our fallen troops “heroes.” But he’s totally fine with hurling vile accusations of racism!
Next came radio host Thom Hartmann.
Sigh. Look, lefties: If you automatically think of Obama when you hear the word boy, you are the racist.
And a writer at Harper’s Magazine.
More from The Examiner:
Mitt Romney “slyly” proved he’s a racist last night while describing his tax plan. Did you notice? No? Anyone? Harper’s Magazine’s Kevin Baker embarrassed himself in accusing Romney of trying to lock down his allegedly-racist base during last night’s debate.
“[Obama]didn’t show a spark of anger, even when Romney slyly found a way to call him a boy, comparing Obama’s statements to the sorts of childish lies his ‘five boys’ used to tell,” Baker laments today. “How the right’s hard-core racists must have howled at that! Mitt, at long last, has secured his base.”
Sly racism! That wily Mitt Romney! He probably hatched a nefarious plan decades ago to have five sons so that one day he could, you know, talk about them. But not as a father or anything. For sly code purposes only!
Imaginary dog whistle? Or dog whistle that only true racists, like those on the Left, can hear? We think they doth project too much. Also, all that Kool-Aid drinking has made them, you know, insane.