Sean Penn Thinks It's Deep To Use Racial Slurs
Bob Honey isn't some brilliant subversion of conservative Americans. It's a rambling polemic for how Penn sees America, mixed with the satirical equivalent of eating a child because you think that Swift guy was onto something. So it's not super great that the only Mexican characters are drug dealers who love tacos and tequila. Or that Penn uses the term "Jew-speak." Or that the main gang of Iraq War profiteers and senior murderers are cannibalistic Papua New Guineans who wear grass skirts and use blow guns.
Nothing says profound criticism of modern America like "What if a bunch of stereotypical immigrants are the cause of our problems? And then that's it, there's no insightful twist?" The Guinean leader says things like "Caught me a case of kuru! I crackin' a grizz, my bruva," because Sean Penn is systematically working to convince us that literacy was a mistake.
There's a thin line between satirizing racial issues and just being racist, and Penn took a giant dump on that line when he wrote the following in the middle of his closing anti-Trump manifesto. I apologize in advance to like eight different groups of people for exposing you to this:
"You want to kill me because I don't really believe we're the 'best' country in the world? ... You want to kill me, you boogeymen and women, you worshippers of tits, ass, and beefcake, you snivelling, vomitus, k**e-, n****r-, towelhead-, and wetback-hating, faggot-fearing colostomy bags of humanity?"