I cannot believe that Chris Rock would be so infantile and childish to suggest that the President and First Lady are father-mother figures to the nation and that you need to listen to them as you would parents …
ROCK: I am just here to support the President of the United States. President of the United States is our boss, but he is also... you know, the President and the First Lady are kinda like the Mom and the Dad of the country. And when your Dad says something you listen, and when you don't it will usually bite you on the ass later on. So, I’m here to support the President. <Source>
Obama is a paid employee of the taxpayer, a representative doing the people’s business. He has no moral authority when it comes to parenthood – other than to be a good father to his own children. The idea that Obama represents an authority figure who should be listened to and not challenged is abhorrent to any independent adult with the ability to observe the environment and think for themselves. In fact, the case may be made that Obama is an absentee parent – fundraising, schmoozing, golfing and playing b-ball rather than governing. A lazy parent who capitalizes on the hard work of others and throws them under the bus when they no longer suit his purpose.
A corrupt man who does not represent all the people, only the people who were his major fundraisers and source of votes. A man who claims authority as a constitutional scholar, yet violates the constitution whenever possible. A man who cannot be trusted with our national defense as he panders to our enemies and disrespects our allies. A man who does not understand economics or the economy, concentrating on his own fortunes.
So, Chris, I suggest you grow up and stick to what you know best: being a funny MFer and producing entertainment. Obama may be your boss, but he certainly is not mine.
As for gun control, try to understand: its not gun control that we need, but crime control. And, in particular, minority gang control!
"The object in life is not to be on the side of the majority, but to escape finding oneself in the ranks of the insane." -- Marcus Aurelius