I eagerly await the inevitable lefty meltdown.

(The Hill) — Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin (R) on Wednesday slammed the White House’s decision to invite the rapper Common to participate in a poetry event.

Palin, a potential presidential candidate and frequent critic of Obama, said that the invitation was “too easy” to decry because Common is “someone who has glorified cop killing” in his lyrics.

“The judgment is just so lacking of class and decency and all that’s good about America with an invite like this,” Palin said during an interview on Fox News.

Common’s presence at the event drew flack from media figures who drew attention to some of his lyrics, in which he used violent language against President George W. Bush and police officers.

Palin, who had briefly criticized the invite in a tweet Tuesday, suggested the White House was practically sparking a controversy.