Well, we know Democrats hate the word child since they’ve been busy aborting 50 million of them the past 40 years, but for sheer nuttiness, the whining over GOP candidates calling Obama a child is quite amusing. Obviously they’re reading from the same talking points:
@daveweigel child= boy. How hard is that to understand?
— LiberalPaul (@LiberalPaul) January 15, 2016
Or maybe child could be a referencing to someone who acts like a … child?
Oh and the use of infantilizing terms like boy and child to describe Obama are fully racialized and racist! #GOPDebate
— Eva Kalikoff (@evakalikoff) January 15, 2016
Adjust you meds, sister. Wait, is “sister” racist?
"Boy," "child"–the insults hurled at Obama from the Republican candidates tonight are flat-out, undiluted, zero-respect racism.
— James Wolcott (@JamesWolcott) January 15, 2016
Racism, straight up, yo!
And the references that President Obama is a child do not sit well with me. They are this close to calling him "boy". Coded words.
— Midwin Charles (@MidwinCharles) January 15, 2016
Does it hit too close to home for the party of slavery?
GOP candidates call Obama a "child" & over & over. Might as well call him "boy". Racially coded language is in the messaging. #GOPDebate
— Judy Carter (@justjudycarter) January 15, 2016
Cool that more than one of the GOP candidates called Obama a "child." I think the word they were wishing they could say is "boy" #GOPDebate
— Moshe Kasher (@moshekasher) January 15, 2016
Weird considering the GOP is the only party with minority candidates on stage.
Christie calls Obama, "a petulant child." If he had he courage of his convictions, he'd just call him Boy.
— ANNE LAMOTT (@ANNELAMOTT) January 15, 2016
Prjection: It’s what’s for lunch. It’s weird, but we don’t recall such whining when Donald Trump called Marco Rubio a boy. Ah well, mewling of “child” wasn’t the only robotic talking point lefties has last night:
So that memo has gone out pic.twitter.com/A40XA02YgT
— Stephen Miller (@redsteeze) January 15, 2016
You’ll note one of them is a so-called journalist.