False Witness

4 horsemenThe difference between genius and stupidity is that a genius does not know he is stupid. I have repeatedly said that the conservative operatives always seem to find some sorry Negro willing to sell their soul or one that is just plain stupid.

The latest house Negro is retired pediatric neurosurgeon Dr. Benjamin Carson, who recently said President Obama’s signature domestic policy achievement Obamacare is “the worst thing that has happened in this nation since slavery.” On another occasion he said, America is getting to be like Hitler’s German. I am really disappointed to hear that a black man would compare these things openly. I am sure he has knowledge of this atrocity called slavery, which was the worst thing in the history of mankind.

Carson, who retired from the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore, said at the conservative Values Voter Summit in Washington said of Obamacare: “It is slavery, in a way, because it is making all of us subservient to the government… It was never about healthcare. It was about control.” He went on to say, “That’s why, when this administration took office, it didn’t matter that the country was going off the cliff economically, all forces were directed toward getting this legislation passed,” naturally the event’s 2,000 attendees loved this – sorta like red meat!

He went on to say, “Why did they want to pass it so badly? …socialized medicine is the keystone to the establishment of a Socialist state. That’s the problem.” I would ask if this supposedly smart man can recall who run the country of the cliff for eight years prior to President Obama. The things the prior president did were far worse than anything done since 2008.

I was taught the character of a man is the company he keeps. Brother Carson has been keeping company with the devil: the GOP and organizations like the Heritage Foundation, the American Family Association, American Values, Liberty Counsel Action, and the same crowd that supports the Tea Party.

He has aligned himself with the like Republican Sens. Ted Cruz of Texas, Mike Lee of Utah, Rand Paul of Kentucky, Marco Rubio of Florida, and Tim Scott of South Carolina. Others included House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin and former Sen. Rick Santorum of Pennsylvania. To include former Arkansas Gov. and GOP presidential candidate Mike Huckabee and Heritage Foundation President Jim DeMint are also scheduled to speak at the summit.

Carson, who is running as a Republican presidential candidate in 2016, continued his attacks on the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act as well as other policies of the president that began with his comments at the National Prayer Breakfast as Obama sat on the dais, which was a so disrespectful. Frankly, I think he is the worst kind of Negro.

“Government plays a very important role when, in fact, it believes in the Constitution… When they begin to neglect the Constitution when they begin to impose their own will.” “That’s the problem,” he said. My guess is that he has not read the constitution! Yes, the same constitution that labels people of color as three-fifths a man. Not since it was written has that language been changed to identify said people of color as full citizens, and he dares to suggest publicly that this crowd of his gives one damn about him or us.

I would ask the good doctor to recall the budget chairman’s remarks where he said; we have a culture of inner-city men not working or learning the value of working! Mr. Carson that was a dog-whistle, a code, for people who look like you! There has always been “House Negro’s” and “Field Negro’s”. Just because you are suppose to be smart and gifted; does not mean you are intelligent! Therefore, I say sir – “you bear false witness”. As a result, look at what the Republican’s have done to you – threw you under the bus! And that’s my thought provoking perspective…

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