Color-habituated cartoonist Randy Molton finds evident self-gratification in his attachment to something over which people have no personal control. Like most progressives, he remains indifferent to other “C” words — choice, character, culture and conditioning — over which we do have great influence. His impetuous priority reveals a big reason we continue to stumble around a racial wilderness.
Greater offense rests in his “man-crush” portrayal of conservative activist Chad Nesbitt. A cursory fact check would reveal Chad was on the weaker end of a YouTube verified 67-60 push-up contest with the guy standing beside him.
As a humble conservative thinker, it is certainly not my wish to distract Molton from the object of his affections, illuminate his lack of intellectual sophistication or raise curiosity of his own standing on the “manly-man” meter.