Rogen sent out a rather classless tweet to the good doctor, giving the lamest slam in the history of lame slams — both real and fictional — which is really a feat that I assumed was nigh impossible, but I guess when your brain is coated in thick layers of bong resin, the fact you can put together a coherent sentence comprised of two vulgar words is a great accomplishment.
Oh, and for those of you who might not be up on your pop culture, Rogen’s contribution to society consists of stoner comedies that are all pretty much the same movie, with the same characters, with the same actors.
Compare that to a man who separated conjoined twins, for like the first time ever, and well, you can see who clearly wins this bout.
F**k you @RealBenCarson.
You know, I’m being too hard on the poor guy. I mean he probably sat on the couch for hours, surrounded by empty bags of Doritos, smoking some doobies, and railing about the ills of society while playing video games with his good buddy James Franco, carefully attempting to craft the ultimate zing that would take Ben Carson out of the GOP race once and for all.
And given the absolutely astounding amount of weed this guy has imbibed without going into a stoner coma, stringing two words together like this is likely a proud moment in his personal history.
You know, it’s strange though. If a conservative would’ve said something like this to Obama, it would’ve immediately resulted in being slapped with the racist label.
Yet here this Hollywood chucklehead does it to Ben Carson and since he’s Republican, it’s totally acceptable.
Thus proving that when liberals say they’re for “tolerance,” what they really mean is they’ll leave you alone as long as you join their crazy hive mind death cult, but to resist is to place a target on your back.
Anyway, I’ll leave you with some responses Rogen has received from other Twitter users:
Just curious, @Sethrogen what has Dr. Ben Carson done to offend you, sweet ’ems?
Poster boy for liberal tolerance
Man white Democrats are really relishing the opportunity to attack a black guy. Just reveling in it.
The social media backlash against Seth Rogen was pretty intense. Most of the comments are NOT in support of Seth. Many tweets accuse Rogen of being racist.
Carson basically said that if Jews had been able to defend themselves maybe they would have been better off against the Nazi. In otherwords, Jews would have been able to defend themselves with guns. Sounds reasonable right? Well, seems Seth didn’t like it.
Here’s Carson’s statement that Seth objected to:
“I think the likelihood of Hitler being able to accomplish his goals would have been greatly diminished if the people had been armed,” Carson told CNN this week.
“I’m telling you there is a reason these dictatorial people take guns first.”
Seth also had this to say about Carson on Twitter:
Honestly, Seth Rogen probably wouldn’t have got much attention if it weren’t for the fact that Universal’s movie “Steve Jobs” comes out this weekend and Seth is in it. I’d like to say he is the “star”, but I’m not a fan of Seth Rogen. We’ll have to wait and see if the intolerance on social media flows over into a low turnout for the movie, “Steve Jobs”. Let’s hope so.
Personally I think Seth has fried his brain too long by smoking pot since he was a delinquent child. Well, I guess things really haven’t changed much over time. I have to agree with Mark Dice who Tweeted:
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