Sunday, August 09, 2015

Ben Carson: Useful Idiots Would Normally Vote For Liberal Ideas!

Carson is placed either third or fourth in national polls. He does a victory lap on GOP Sundays to talk about Donald' Trump's feud with the network that thinks radical Islam is more dangerous than heroin addiction.

Ben Carson, former neurosurgeon and clown running for the Republican nomination appears on GOP Sundays to talk about his performance. He was also brought into the Trump controversy with Megyn The Outrage Princess.

GOP Sundays managed to score interviews with Donald Trump. He was on the programs except the network that think Black pool goers are doing a little dance around a McKinney, Texas cop. Trump was pissed at the Smirking Chimp Chris Wallace and Megyn after he put them in the place with those set up questions.

On GOP Sundays John Dickerson asked his thoughts on the matter between Trump being banned from the RedState Gathering to how Republicans are towards women.

"I think that may be a difference between political correctness and, you know, courteous speech.

What bothers me is when people say, you know, 'You can't say this word, you can't say this phrase, you can't event think that, you, can't express this,' And it's very difficult for people to have an honest conversation if they can't express themselves. But in no way do I advocate, you know, saying mean things about people. That has nothing to do with political correctness."

Quite funny hearing that from someone who called people who support Hillary Clinton for president a bunch of "useful idiots". 

Isn't that kind of mean, Dr. Carson?

"If Hillary is the candidate, which I doubt, that would be a dream come true. But you know, the fact of the matter is, she is the epitome of the progressive -- the secular progressive movement. And she counts on the fact that people are uninformed, the Alinsky Model, taking advantage of useful idiots.

Well, I just happen to believe that people are not stupid. And the way I will come at it is to educate people, help people to actually understand that it is that progressive movement that is causing them the problems.

You know, you look at the -- the national debt and how it's being driven up. If I was trying to destroy this country, what I would do is find a way to drive wedges between all the people, drive the debt to an unsustainable level, and then step off the stage as a world leader and let our enemies increase while we decreased our capacity as a military person. And that's what she's doing."

Carson's sure enough can dish it out! He insults Hillary and her supporters. But when it comes to Trump insulting Megyn and that network that once paid him as a contributor, he doesn't think it was nice and respectful.

The Republicans love to call people names and such. So does the Democrats. But seriously, the problem lies where the party stands. 

Trump has widen the gap between Republicans. They don't know how to control this. They love it when he dogs on President Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton and Rosie O'Donnell. But they turn chicken when he aims at John McCain and Megyn. 

See Donald Trump was well aware of what to expect from the establishment. I haven't check the polls but it seems like he's still holding a solid lead against Jeb Bush and Scott Walker. 

I might also question to why this was timed. Rosie O'Donnell agitated a war with Trump over her views of the Miss USA and Miss Universe contestants behavior outside of the crown. She also blasted Trump for being a "snake oil salesperson". That became a nearly decade long feud in which they have publicly blasted each other on television and radio. I heard that that MSNBC fired Meghan McCain out the cannon. McCain now joins the network that hired Elisabeth Hasselbeck but fired the cannon on the ex-Alaskan governor. 

The main debate and second tier debate were a total mess. I mean it was something out of a reality show. None of them presented a decent policy nor a counter balance to what President Barack Obama offered. All I heard was probably 2,500 mentions of Hillary Clinton and 1,800 mentions of Obama. I am of course probably exaggerating how many mentions but clearly this what the first debate dealt with. How bad was one and how bad could be the next!

Carson is ranked in either third or fourth place is he is bragging about his performance at the debates.

Before I go, I just learned that NFL legend and sport announcer Frank Gifford has passed away. He is the husband of NBC News daytime agitator Kathie Lee Gifford. He died at age 84, a few days shy of his and Kathie Lee's birthdays. World News Today send our condolences to the Gifford family.

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