Now Dr. Carson Is a Dangerous Maniac?

Barb Wire

So how many lives has Salon.com saved lately?

I wasn’t going to go with another Ben Carson story today, but I can’t help responding to the stepped-up attacks on him by our wonderful nooze media, objective, fair, and balanced.

Here are a few gems from yesterday’s Salon.com.

“You know Ben Carson is crazy.”

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“Ben Carson is about to crack.”

“Ben Carson may not be able to discern when he is lying anymore… It’s weird… Or maybe it isn’t for a man of science, who asserts pyramids were built for grain storage and evolution is wrong.”

And so on. They’re still mad at him for having a picture of Jesus in his home.

Since when have noozies had any interest in the truth? A liberal never tells the truth if he can help it. If you put a gun to Al Gore’s head, he couldn’t tell the truth.

If you dangled Hillary Clinton over a tankful of ravenous sharks, she couldn’t tell the truth. Heck, post-modern college professors tell us that there is no truth–well, except for those political truths that all their students had better believe in if they want to pass the course.

But Ben Carson, Dr. Carson, world-renowned brain surgeon–oh, that’s another story! This is a man who is stark, raving mad as well as stupid, totally delusional (like all Christians, according to the noozies), and liable at any moment to turn into Jack the Ripper.

Can’t we just have Obama in the White House for as long as he lives? And then after that, his avatar or something? Why do we have to have these blasted elections, anyway?

Dr. Ben had better watch himself. If they get much madder at him, that could be dangerous.

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Lee Duigon
Lee Duigon, a contributing editor with the Chalcedon Foundation, is a former newspaper reporter and editor, small businessman, teacher, and horror novelist. He has been married to his wife, Patricia, for 34 years. See his new fantasy/adventure novels, Bell Mountain and The Cellar Beneath the Cellar, available on www.amazon.com.

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