Is the teasing fair? Well, sure, a bit. The color of a bowling ball isn’t terribly important. If a kid wants to use a pink bowling ball, the worst we can say is that he has horrible taste in bowling ball colors or maybe that he’s a horrible racist oppressor for not using the black bowling ball to knock down the oppressive white pins. Hey, wait a minute! Where are Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson and Spike Lee on this? Clearly, Rick Santorum has taken a brave stance to set one young man straight, so to speak, on race relations vis-à-vis ball and pin colors, in the sport of bowling…
BONUS — Today in “Journalists: Your Moral and Intellectual Superiors”:
RELATED: Jon Stewart takes his own bold stance against, er… lynch mobs, calling them a, uh… “big mistake.”
Watch for him get praised for his “lack of bias” and get one of those “Murrow Awards for Bravery” for that.
(You think I’m kidding.)