I came across the following in an answer by rene:
This isn't kindergarten and we're not here to babysit everyone. If you have to ask yourself if your post is considered to be acting in good faith/acceptable to ask, I suggest to not post it yet and reconsider your options for 6 to 8 weeks.
There was a long comment thread about it being offensive and the answer had many down votes (+21 -30). It had been flagged as RA, per the comments, but these were declined (again per the comments).
I decided to clarify why I think it's offensive by flagging it for moderator attention. I added the following message to clarify my concerns:
This is extremely offensive. By making the comparison to kindergarten and babysitting the user suggests those who have been suspended acted like toddlers (who would frequent kindergarten and require a babysitter). This is not only condescending, it goes against the code of conduct as unfriendly language at best, with a lead up to being a personal attack against suspended users who cannot defend themselves from being attacked.
This flag was declined stating:
declined - a moderator reviewed your flag, but found no evidence to support it
Are these remarks really allowed according to the code of conduct? Not only does it refer to other users, it refers to other users who cannot defend them because they have been suspended, for questionable reasons (per the question).