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  posted on 11/8/2015 at 06:41 PM
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The good doctor writes an autobiography, states or implies various things, and then cries attack when anyone challenges his assertions.
This does not seem like an individual who has the backbone to be POTUS. Maybe he should just continue writing books...possibly a continuation in the category of fiction.

Then again, maybe he can lead a tour to the pyramids, as he seems to have an alternate reality for that also.

As time moves forward we're sure to learn more fascinating facts about the man of impeccable character.

I'm truly intrigued by his tax plan and how the numbers don't add up. Carson says they do, but then won't expand upon that. Maybe alloak can fill in the blanks & explain how the math supports the premise of the tax plan for his admired candidate.


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Since you have never read Dr. Carson’s book how would you know?
Typically you have nothing to say past the liberal talking points.



unfiltered.com is a conservative site from which you regurgitate conservative talking points. You want it both ways, but it doesn't work that way.


______________________________________________________________________

I have never viewed or quoted from "unfiltered.com"
Why is it you must lie to make your point?



Then where did you find this. Post the link, and don't tell me you aren't going to do my research for me because I already found and posted the link.


“Safe Negro”: Why Liberals Are Scared of Ben Carson
Posted On 04 Nov 2015

Over the last week, we’ve seen liberals make some despicable comments about Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson. The same libs who cry “dog whistle” every time a conservative says anything that might be in the same hemisphere as a racial remark are throwing their colorblindness to the wind as they desperately try to cling on to their divisive narrative.

“The really important thing [about] people supporting him,” said L. Joy Williams, the president of NAACP’s Brooklyn chapter, “because it’s ‘Oh, there’s another black man commenting negatively against the president and I don’t feel comfortable in doing so because of the race factor.’ So here’s someone who can do it.”

In other words, white people have been stifling their criticisms of Obama for fear that they might be labeled racists. But here’s the glorious answer – a black conservative who can say all these racist things and be immune to the consequences. Carson’s like a superhero, empowered not by the yellow sun but by his darker shade of skin.

Williams went on to say that Carson represented a “safe negro” that white conservatives could support.

Then, in response to a story in the National Review that pointed out the left’s obvious hypocrisies when it came to racial politics, Brian Beutler of the New Republic made this snide remark on Twitter:

Goldberg genuinely believes that tokens confound the racial critique of U.S. conservatism.

So that’s the other side of it. Whites are enraptured by this free pass to be as racist as they want, and anyone who thinks this proves that America is making progress is delusional.

They just can’t get past the color of a man’s skin. Or any minority classifications, for that matter. This is why Hillary Clinton didn’t think it was ridiculous to say that the biggest difference between herself and Obama was that she was a woman. To her, that is the biggest difference and it would be so even if she had a drastically different take on his policies. To these liberals, nothing can trump these superficial characteristics.

It’s amazing (and a little amusing) the lengths they’ll go to in order to protect their worldview. How vicious they will be to a black man who doesn’t toe the line. They despise any minority who embraces conservatism. It’s the ultimate betrayal.

Why? Well, the Democratic Party can only thrive by preaching a message of division. Blacks vs. Whites. Women vs. Men. They use these divisions because they’re (largely) fixed.

Immutable. You can’t change your race, so you can’t get a fair shake in White America. And they gradually spread that philosophy around until it encompasses nearly everything and everyone. Being poor, then, becomes an identity and not a circumstance. The only solution? Change the rules of the game.

So when a black man comes along as the living proof that there are no obstacles that can’t be overcome through self-discipline and determination, they are forced to scramble. They cannot afford to let Ben Carson become the standard. So they insult him and they insult anyone who supports him. Don’t listen, black people! It’s a trick! You can’t succeed like he did! White people are just using him to fool you into thinking they aren’t racists!

This narrative, in an ironic way, actually winds up making Carson an even more attractive candidate. Not so we can prove to these idiots that we aren’t racist, but so we might have a chance to undo the terrible damage this narrative is causing to our country.


You have been caught lying again.

_________________________________________________________________

From http://unfilteredpatriot.com/safe-negro-why-liberals-are-scared-of-ben-cars on/

Can you tell the difference dumba$$?

Didn't like the article calling out the racists liberals uh?
Too bad. Your busted.


[Edited on 11/8/2015 by Muleman1994]


Good. Now explain how you can dismiss liberal site and then post conservative opinion sites as the gospel truth. You want it both ways. You can't have it both ways. And, you are a liar. well established at this point. Thanks for playing.

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Easy junior.
Politico has been discredited for putting for false attack articles. Politico has had to edit/change their Dr. Carson piece three times as well as the headline.

The piece I posted comes from a site that has never been questioned. The quotes from the NAACP hate group are accurate.

The fact that you don't like is just too bad.



Wrong. Just because you say something, it doesn't mean it is true. Opinion pieces are just that, opinions. You posted that opinion piece as if it was fact. The last people you should go to about how any liberal feels about anything is a conservative site. That is like going to the New England Patriots site to get an opinion on who will win next years World Series.

You don!t decide what is a reliable source and what isn't!t. The fact is, you are not qualified to tell truth from function.

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Oh stop crying.
You got your a$$ whipped with the facts and just can't handle the truth.




Wrong again. The next post by you that doesn't contain a lie will bring your total to one.

 

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  posted on 11/8/2015 at 06:51 PM
hmmmm

 

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  posted on 11/8/2015 at 08:42 PM
quote:
quote:
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quote:
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The good doctor writes an autobiography, states or implies various things, and then cries attack when anyone challenges his assertions.
This does not seem like an individual who has the backbone to be POTUS. Maybe he should just continue writing books...possibly a continuation in the category of fiction.

Then again, maybe he can lead a tour to the pyramids, as he seems to have an alternate reality for that also.

As time moves forward we're sure to learn more fascinating facts about the man of impeccable character.

I'm truly intrigued by his tax plan and how the numbers don't add up. Carson says they do, but then won't expand upon that. Maybe alloak can fill in the blanks & explain how the math supports the premise of the tax plan for his admired candidate.


______________________________________________________________________

Since you have never read Dr. Carson’s book how would you know?
Typically you have nothing to say past the liberal talking points.



unfiltered.com is a conservative site from which you regurgitate conservative talking points. You want it both ways, but it doesn't work that way.


______________________________________________________________________

I have never viewed or quoted from "unfiltered.com"
Why is it you must lie to make your point?



Then where did you find this. Post the link, and don't tell me you aren't going to do my research for me because I already found and posted the link.


“Safe Negro”: Why Liberals Are Scared of Ben Carson
Posted On 04 Nov 2015

Over the last week, we’ve seen liberals make some despicable comments about Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson. The same libs who cry “dog whistle” every time a conservative says anything that might be in the same hemisphere as a racial remark are throwing their colorblindness to the wind as they desperately try to cling on to their divisive narrative.

“The really important thing [about] people supporting him,” said L. Joy Williams, the president of NAACP’s Brooklyn chapter, “because it’s ‘Oh, there’s another black man commenting negatively against the president and I don’t feel comfortable in doing so because of the race factor.’ So here’s someone who can do it.”

In other words, white people have been stifling their criticisms of Obama for fear that they might be labeled racists. But here’s the glorious answer – a black conservative who can say all these racist things and be immune to the consequences. Carson’s like a superhero, empowered not by the yellow sun but by his darker shade of skin.

Williams went on to say that Carson represented a “safe negro” that white conservatives could support.

Then, in response to a story in the National Review that pointed out the left’s obvious hypocrisies when it came to racial politics, Brian Beutler of the New Republic made this snide remark on Twitter:

Goldberg genuinely believes that tokens confound the racial critique of U.S. conservatism.

So that’s the other side of it. Whites are enraptured by this free pass to be as racist as they want, and anyone who thinks this proves that America is making progress is delusional.

They just can’t get past the color of a man’s skin. Or any minority classifications, for that matter. This is why Hillary Clinton didn’t think it was ridiculous to say that the biggest difference between herself and Obama was that she was a woman. To her, that is the biggest difference and it would be so even if she had a drastically different take on his policies. To these liberals, nothing can trump these superficial characteristics.

It’s amazing (and a little amusing) the lengths they’ll go to in order to protect their worldview. How vicious they will be to a black man who doesn’t toe the line. They despise any minority who embraces conservatism. It’s the ultimate betrayal.

Why? Well, the Democratic Party can only thrive by preaching a message of division. Blacks vs. Whites. Women vs. Men. They use these divisions because they’re (largely) fixed.

Immutable. You can’t change your race, so you can’t get a fair shake in White America. And they gradually spread that philosophy around until it encompasses nearly everything and everyone. Being poor, then, becomes an identity and not a circumstance. The only solution? Change the rules of the game.

So when a black man comes along as the living proof that there are no obstacles that can’t be overcome through self-discipline and determination, they are forced to scramble. They cannot afford to let Ben Carson become the standard. So they insult him and they insult anyone who supports him. Don’t listen, black people! It’s a trick! You can’t succeed like he did! White people are just using him to fool you into thinking they aren’t racists!

This narrative, in an ironic way, actually winds up making Carson an even more attractive candidate. Not so we can prove to these idiots that we aren’t racist, but so we might have a chance to undo the terrible damage this narrative is causing to our country.


You have been caught lying again.

_________________________________________________________________

From http://unfilteredpatriot.com/safe-negro-why-liberals-are-scared-of-ben-cars on/

Can you tell the difference dumba$$?

Didn't like the article calling out the racists liberals uh?
Too bad. Your busted.


[Edited on 11/8/2015 by Muleman1994]


Good. Now explain how you can dismiss liberal site and then post conservative opinion sites as the gospel truth. You want it both ways. You can't have it both ways. And, you are a liar. well established at this point. Thanks for playing.

____________________________________________________________________

Easy junior.
Politico has been discredited for putting for false attack articles. Politico has had to edit/change their Dr. Carson piece three times as well as the headline.

The piece I posted comes from a site that has never been questioned. The quotes from the NAACP hate group are accurate.

The fact that you don't like is just too bad.



Why are you talking about Politico here. The subject of this thread is an article by the Wall Street Journal that talks about Carson's lies. Just the other day you were talking about how reliable the WSJ is and how it is a trusted news source.

 

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  posted on 11/8/2015 at 08:44 PM
quote:
quote:
quote:
quote:
quote:
quote:
quote:
quote:
quote:
The good doctor writes an autobiography, states or implies various things, and then cries attack when anyone challenges his assertions.
This does not seem like an individual who has the backbone to be POTUS. Maybe he should just continue writing books...possibly a continuation in the category of fiction.

Then again, maybe he can lead a tour to the pyramids, as he seems to have an alternate reality for that also.

As time moves forward we're sure to learn more fascinating facts about the man of impeccable character.

I'm truly intrigued by his tax plan and how the numbers don't add up. Carson says they do, but then won't expand upon that. Maybe alloak can fill in the blanks & explain how the math supports the premise of the tax plan for his admired candidate.


______________________________________________________________________

Since you have never read Dr. Carson’s book how would you know?
Typically you have nothing to say past the liberal talking points.



unfiltered.com is a conservative site from which you regurgitate conservative talking points. You want it both ways, but it doesn't work that way.


______________________________________________________________________

I have never viewed or quoted from "unfiltered.com"
Why is it you must lie to make your point?



Then where did you find this. Post the link, and don't tell me you aren't going to do my research for me because I already found and posted the link.


“Safe Negro”: Why Liberals Are Scared of Ben Carson
Posted On 04 Nov 2015

Over the last week, we’ve seen liberals make some despicable comments about Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson. The same libs who cry “dog whistle” every time a conservative says anything that might be in the same hemisphere as a racial remark are throwing their colorblindness to the wind as they desperately try to cling on to their divisive narrative.

“The really important thing [about] people supporting him,” said L. Joy Williams, the president of NAACP’s Brooklyn chapter, “because it’s ‘Oh, there’s another black man commenting negatively against the president and I don’t feel comfortable in doing so because of the race factor.’ So here’s someone who can do it.”

In other words, white people have been stifling their criticisms of Obama for fear that they might be labeled racists. But here’s the glorious answer – a black conservative who can say all these racist things and be immune to the consequences. Carson’s like a superhero, empowered not by the yellow sun but by his darker shade of skin.

Williams went on to say that Carson represented a “safe negro” that white conservatives could support.

Then, in response to a story in the National Review that pointed out the left’s obvious hypocrisies when it came to racial politics, Brian Beutler of the New Republic made this snide remark on Twitter:

Goldberg genuinely believes that tokens confound the racial critique of U.S. conservatism.

So that’s the other side of it. Whites are enraptured by this free pass to be as racist as they want, and anyone who thinks this proves that America is making progress is delusional.

They just can’t get past the color of a man’s skin. Or any minority classifications, for that matter. This is why Hillary Clinton didn’t think it was ridiculous to say that the biggest difference between herself and Obama was that she was a woman. To her, that is the biggest difference and it would be so even if she had a drastically different take on his policies. To these liberals, nothing can trump these superficial characteristics.

It’s amazing (and a little amusing) the lengths they’ll go to in order to protect their worldview. How vicious they will be to a black man who doesn’t toe the line. They despise any minority who embraces conservatism. It’s the ultimate betrayal.

Why? Well, the Democratic Party can only thrive by preaching a message of division. Blacks vs. Whites. Women vs. Men. They use these divisions because they’re (largely) fixed.

Immutable. You can’t change your race, so you can’t get a fair shake in White America. And they gradually spread that philosophy around until it encompasses nearly everything and everyone. Being poor, then, becomes an identity and not a circumstance. The only solution? Change the rules of the game.

So when a black man comes along as the living proof that there are no obstacles that can’t be overcome through self-discipline and determination, they are forced to scramble. They cannot afford to let Ben Carson become the standard. So they insult him and they insult anyone who supports him. Don’t listen, black people! It’s a trick! You can’t succeed like he did! White people are just using him to fool you into thinking they aren’t racists!

This narrative, in an ironic way, actually winds up making Carson an even more attractive candidate. Not so we can prove to these idiots that we aren’t racist, but so we might have a chance to undo the terrible damage this narrative is causing to our country.


You have been caught lying again.

_________________________________________________________________

From http://unfilteredpatriot.com/safe-negro-why-liberals-are-scared-of-ben-cars on/

Can you tell the difference dumba$$?

Didn't like the article calling out the racists liberals uh?
Too bad. Your busted.


[Edited on 11/8/2015 by Muleman1994]


Good. Now explain how you can dismiss liberal site and then post conservative opinion sites as the gospel truth. You want it both ways. You can't have it both ways. And, you are a liar. well established at this point. Thanks for playing.

____________________________________________________________________

Easy junior.
Politico has been discredited for putting for false attack articles. Politico has had to edit/change their Dr. Carson piece three times as well as the headline.

The piece I posted comes from a site that has never been questioned. The quotes from the NAACP hate group are accurate.

The fact that you don't like is just too bad.



Why are you talking about Politico here. The subject of this thread is an article by the Wall Street Journal that talks about Carson's lies. Just the other day you were talking about how reliable the WSJ is and how it is a trusted news source.

_____________________________________________________________________

The thread morphed. Try to keep up son.

 

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  posted on 11/8/2015 at 09:13 PM
quote:
quote:
quote:
quote:
quote:
quote:
quote:
quote:
quote:
quote:
The good doctor writes an autobiography, states or implies various things, and then cries attack when anyone challenges his assertions.
This does not seem like an individual who has the backbone to be POTUS. Maybe he should just continue writing books...possibly a continuation in the category of fiction.

Then again, maybe he can lead a tour to the pyramids, as he seems to have an alternate reality for that also.

As time moves forward we're sure to learn more fascinating facts about the man of impeccable character.

I'm truly intrigued by his tax plan and how the numbers don't add up. Carson says they do, but then won't expand upon that. Maybe alloak can fill in the blanks & explain how the math supports the premise of the tax plan for his admired candidate.


______________________________________________________________________

Since you have never read Dr. Carson’s book how would you know?
Typically you have nothing to say past the liberal talking points.



unfiltered.com is a conservative site from which you regurgitate conservative talking points. You want it both ways, but it doesn't work that way.


______________________________________________________________________

I have never viewed or quoted from "unfiltered.com"
Why is it you must lie to make your point?



Then where did you find this. Post the link, and don't tell me you aren't going to do my research for me because I already found and posted the link.


“Safe Negro”: Why Liberals Are Scared of Ben Carson
Posted On 04 Nov 2015

Over the last week, we’ve seen liberals make some despicable comments about Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson. The same libs who cry “dog whistle” every time a conservative says anything that might be in the same hemisphere as a racial remark are throwing their colorblindness to the wind as they desperately try to cling on to their divisive narrative.

“The really important thing [about] people supporting him,” said L. Joy Williams, the president of NAACP’s Brooklyn chapter, “because it’s ‘Oh, there’s another black man commenting negatively against the president and I don’t feel comfortable in doing so because of the race factor.’ So here’s someone who can do it.”

In other words, white people have been stifling their criticisms of Obama for fear that they might be labeled racists. But here’s the glorious answer – a black conservative who can say all these racist things and be immune to the consequences. Carson’s like a superhero, empowered not by the yellow sun but by his darker shade of skin.

Williams went on to say that Carson represented a “safe negro” that white conservatives could support.

Then, in response to a story in the National Review that pointed out the left’s obvious hypocrisies when it came to racial politics, Brian Beutler of the New Republic made this snide remark on Twitter:

Goldberg genuinely believes that tokens confound the racial critique of U.S. conservatism.

So that’s the other side of it. Whites are enraptured by this free pass to be as racist as they want, and anyone who thinks this proves that America is making progress is delusional.

They just can’t get past the color of a man’s skin. Or any minority classifications, for that matter. This is why Hillary Clinton didn’t think it was ridiculous to say that the biggest difference between herself and Obama was that she was a woman. To her, that is the biggest difference and it would be so even if she had a drastically different take on his policies. To these liberals, nothing can trump these superficial characteristics.

It’s amazing (and a little amusing) the lengths they’ll go to in order to protect their worldview. How vicious they will be to a black man who doesn’t toe the line. They despise any minority who embraces conservatism. It’s the ultimate betrayal.

Why? Well, the Democratic Party can only thrive by preaching a message of division. Blacks vs. Whites. Women vs. Men. They use these divisions because they’re (largely) fixed.

Immutable. You can’t change your race, so you can’t get a fair shake in White America. And they gradually spread that philosophy around until it encompasses nearly everything and everyone. Being poor, then, becomes an identity and not a circumstance. The only solution? Change the rules of the game.

So when a black man comes along as the living proof that there are no obstacles that can’t be overcome through self-discipline and determination, they are forced to scramble. They cannot afford to let Ben Carson become the standard. So they insult him and they insult anyone who supports him. Don’t listen, black people! It’s a trick! You can’t succeed like he did! White people are just using him to fool you into thinking they aren’t racists!

This narrative, in an ironic way, actually winds up making Carson an even more attractive candidate. Not so we can prove to these idiots that we aren’t racist, but so we might have a chance to undo the terrible damage this narrative is causing to our country.


You have been caught lying again.

_________________________________________________________________

From http://unfilteredpatriot.com/safe-negro-why-liberals-are-scared-of-ben-cars on/

Can you tell the difference dumba$$?

Didn't like the article calling out the racists liberals uh?
Too bad. Your busted.


[Edited on 11/8/2015 by Muleman1994]


Good. Now explain how you can dismiss liberal site and then post conservative opinion sites as the gospel truth. You want it both ways. You can't have it both ways. And, you are a liar. well established at this point. Thanks for playing.

____________________________________________________________________

Easy junior.
Politico has been discredited for putting for false attack articles. Politico has had to edit/change their Dr. Carson piece three times as well as the headline.

The piece I posted comes from a site that has never been questioned. The quotes from the NAACP hate group are accurate.

The fact that you don't like is just too bad.



Why are you talking about Politico here. The subject of this thread is an article by the Wall Street Journal that talks about Carson's lies. Just the other day you were talking about how reliable the WSJ is and how it is a trusted news source.

_____________________________________________________________________

The thread morphed. Try to keep up son.



So you think Politico is biased and unreliable. Ok. But the WSJ, who you said you trust, also said Carson lied and further accused Carson of fabricating other parts of his past as well. So, is the WSJ all of a sudden an unreliable source, which is different than you argued 2 days ago, or is Carson fabricating stories from his past. You can't have both.

 

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  posted on 11/8/2015 at 09:31 PM
Keep trying son.
Trying to argue from a position of ignorance never succeeds.

 

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  posted on 11/8/2015 at 09:43 PM
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Keep trying son.
Trying to argue from a position of ignorance never succeeds.



He doesn't have to try harder. He asked you a simple question. Is the WSJ a reliable source or not? A simple response of yes or no will clear. That up. Try harder, son.

 

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  posted on 11/8/2015 at 09:48 PM
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quote:
Keep trying son.
Trying to argue from a position of ignorance never succeeds.



He doesn't have to try harder. He asked you a simple question. Is the WSJ a reliable source or not? A simple response of yes or no will clear. That up. Try harder, son.

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Wrong dumba$$.
The Wall Street Journal did not call Dr. Carson a liar.

The rest of the idiot's question isn't worth my time.


 

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  posted on 11/8/2015 at 09:50 PM
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quote:
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Keep trying son.
Trying to argue from a position of ignorance never succeeds.



He doesn't have to try harder. He asked you a simple question. Is the WSJ a reliable source or not? A simple response of yes or no will clear. That up. Try harder, son.

__________________________________________________________________________

Wrong dumba$$.
The Wall Street Journal did not call Dr. Carson a liar.

The rest of the idiot's question isn't worth my time.




Read the link. Oh that's right, you don't understand what you read.

 

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  posted on 11/8/2015 at 10:11 PM
quote:
quote:
quote:
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Keep trying son.
Trying to argue from a position of ignorance never succeeds.



He doesn't have to try harder. He asked you a simple question. Is the WSJ a reliable source or not? A simple response of yes or no will clear. That up. Try harder, son.

__________________________________________________________________________

Wrong dumba$$.
The Wall Street Journal did not call Dr. Carson a liar.

The rest of the idiot's question isn't worth my time.




Read the link. Oh that's right, you don't understand what you read.

________________________________________________________________________

I did read the entire article.
Nowhere does The Wall Street Journal call Dr. Carson a liar.



 

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  posted on 11/8/2015 at 10:32 PM






[Edited on 11/9/2015 by Muleman1994]

 

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  posted on 11/8/2015 at 10:39 PM
quote:
quote:
quote:
quote:
quote:
Keep trying son.
Trying to argue from a position of ignorance never succeeds.



He doesn't have to try harder. He asked you a simple question. Is the WSJ a reliable source or not? A simple response of yes or no will clear. That up. Try harder, son.

__________________________________________________________________________

Wrong dumba$$.
The Wall Street Journal did not call Dr. Carson a liar.

The rest of the idiot's question isn't worth my time.




Read the link. Oh that's right, you don't understand what you read.

________________________________________________________________________

I did read the entire article.
Nowhere does The Wall Street Journal call Dr. Carson a liar.



You're not very good at reading then.

 

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  posted on 11/8/2015 at 10:39 PM
quote:
quote:
quote:
quote:
quote:
Keep trying son.
Trying to argue from a position of ignorance never succeeds.



He doesn't have to try harder. He asked you a simple question. Is the WSJ a reliable source or not? A simple response of yes or no will clear. That up. Try harder, son.

__________________________________________________________________________

Wrong dumba$$.
The Wall Street Journal did not call Dr. Carson a liar.

The rest of the idiot's question isn't worth my time.




Read the link. Oh that's right, you don't understand what you read.

________________________________________________________________________

I did read the entire article.
Nowhere does The Wall Street Journal call Dr. Carson a liar.





Not in those words. It is clear what they meant.

In his 1990 autobiography, “Gifted Hands,” Mr. Carson writes of a Yale psychology professor who told Mr. Carson, then a junior, and the other students in the class—identified by Mr. Carson as Perceptions 301—that their final exam papers had “inadvertently burned,” requiring all 150 students to retake it. The new exam, Mr. Carson recalled in the book, was much tougher. All the students but Mr. Carson walked out.

“The professor came toward me. With her was a photographer for the Yale Daily News who paused and snapped my picture,” Mr. Carson wrote. “ ‘A hoax,’ the teacher said. ‘We wanted to see who was the most honest student in the class.’ ” Mr. Carson wrote that the professor handed him a $10 bill.

No photo identifying Mr. Carson as a student ever ran, according to the Yale Daily News archives, and no stories from that era mention a class called Perceptions 301. Yale Librarian Claryn Spies said Friday there was no psychology course by that name or class number during any of Mr. Carson’s years at Yale.

In books and speeches, Mr. Carson has said he hated living in poverty, vowed to grow rich, and lashed out in anger at others until a religious transformation at age 14.

When CNN sent reporters to his former neighborhood in Detroit to verify Mr. Carson’s stories of violence, including attempting to stab a boy in the stomach, none who knew Mr. Carson as a youth recalled any such trouble. Instead, most of Mr. Carson’s former friends and neighbors remember him much as he is today: soft-spoken and studious.

In his 1996 book, “Think Big: Unleashing Your Potential for Excellence,” Mr. Carson identified the boy as a friend named “Bob.” Mr. Carson told Fox News on Thursday the boy was actually a “close relative.” Mr. Carson said, “I’ve never used the true names of people in books.”

Also disputed in a report Friday by Politico: Mr. Carson’s assertion, first raised in the 1990 book, that he turned down a “scholarship” offer from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point—though the academy is free to those accepted. Mr. Bennett said Friday that Mr. Carson was offered a “nomination” to West Point but never applied.

“Lying, I believe, is a grave sin and there’s just no way that I would be sitting here lying about something like this,” Mr. Carson said Friday on Fox News.

Last month, Mr. Carson said in a radio interview that, as a young doctor, he had a gun stuck in his ribs at a Popeye’s restaurant in Baltimore near Johns Hopkins University. “A guy comes in and puts a gun in my ribs. And I just said, ‘I believe that you want the guy behind the counter,’” Mr. Carson said. “He said, ‘Oh, okay.’” The Baltimore Police Department later said it couldn’t find a report matching the incident Mr. Carson described.

In response to a question at a recent GOP presidential debate, Mr. Carson said he “didn’t have an involvement” with Mannatech Inc., a multilevel marketing company that sells nutritional supplements, and called any suggestion to the contrary “propaganda.” Mr. Carson, who has taken the company’s products, appeared in videos that could until recently be found on Mannatech’s website, including two filmed in 2013 and styled like commercials.

Mr. Carson also has given four paid speeches at Mannatech gatherings; the proceeds from three went to a Carson-affiliated charity. Mannatech settled false-advertising charges with Texas in 2009.

One reason that Mr. Carson’s stories are difficult to check is that he navigated the turbulent times of his young adulthood without leaving much of a trace. He arrived as a scholarship student at Yale University in 1969 to a campus engulfed in protests but said he avoided them.

Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson spoke to The Wall Street Journal about his indifference to the Vietnam War protests during his time at Yale. Photo: Madeline Marshall/The Wall Street Journal
“A lot of those students who were doing the protesting were also students who were involved in a lot of things that I didn’t believe in,” he told the Journal. “Drugs, premarital sex, free love, alcohol. And it just wasn’t the crowd that I particularly wanted to get involved with.”

Mr. Carson was assigned to Davenport College, a four-story brick dormitory with a gothic facade where future Baltimore Mayor Kurt Schmoke invited anti-war speakers. Yet, when other students discussed politics and their changing world over meals in the cafeteria, Mr. Carson rarely spoke up, according to interviews with more than 50 Davenport College dorm residents of that era.

“He made no impression on you at all, other than a cheerful smile and a ‘Hello,’” said Ron Taylor, one of seven black students in the Davenport class of 1973.

Those acquainted with Mr. Carson said he was a serious student, typically wearing a pocket protector and toting a reddish-brown briefcase.

“He would go to bed at like 9 p.m. and get up at 4 a.m. or 5 a.m. and put on a suit, a tie and a jacket and a button-down shirt and study in the early morning,” said Thomas Noonan, an actor and Mr. Carson’s roommate their sophomore year.

 

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quote: "Not in those words"

- Proving that you lied.


quote: "It is clear what they meant."

- It is clear what you wanted it to mean.



 

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quote: "Not in those words"

- Proving that you lied.


quote: "It is clear what they meant."

- It is clear what you wanted it to mean.



No, it is clear to anyone with half a brain what it meant. Why else would they write this article? Carson said he wasn't involved in a company and yet there is video evidence that he was. But somehow that's not lying? All of these other inconsistencies they pointed out - but somehow the WSJ just wrote this with no intention to show Carson's dishonesty? If you are that gullible you need psychological help.

 

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quote:
quote:
quote: "Not in those words"

- Proving that you lied.


quote: "It is clear what they meant."

- It is clear what you wanted it to mean.



No, it is clear to anyone with half a brain what it meant. Why else would they write this article? Carson said he wasn't involved in a company and yet there is video evidence that he was. But somehow that's not lying? All of these other inconsistencies they pointed out - but somehow the WSJ just wrote this with no intention to show Carson's dishonesty? If you are that gullible you need psychological help.

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Your living by the liberal talking points shows that you are incapable of analyzing anything objectively.

As a psychologist would tell you, just because you want something to be true does not make something true.

These liberal media attacks on Dr. Carson are not affecting his highest in the campaign honesty and trustworthiness ranking while Hillary Clinton has the lowest.


 

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quote:
quote:
quote:
quote: "Not in those words"

- Proving that you lied.


quote: "It is clear what they meant."

- It is clear what you wanted it to mean.



No, it is clear to anyone with half a brain what it meant. Why else would they write this article? Carson said he wasn't involved in a company and yet there is video evidence that he was. But somehow that's not lying? All of these other inconsistencies they pointed out - but somehow the WSJ just wrote this with no intention to show Carson's dishonesty? If you are that gullible you need psychological help.

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Your living by the liberal talking points shows that you are incapable of analyzing anything objectively.

As a psychologist would tell you, just because you want something to be true does not make something true.

These liberal media attacks on Dr. Carson are not affecting his highest in the campaign honesty and trustworthiness ranking while Hillary Clinton has the lowest.




Troll has got to keep trolling.

 

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"I have always said that I expect to be vetted. But being vetted and what is going on with me, 'You said this 30 years ago, you said this 20 years ago, this didn't exist, this didn't.' You know, I just, I have not seen that with anyone else." - Dr. Ben Carson, 11/8/15


 

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"I have always said that I expect to be vetted. But being vetted and what is going on with me, 'You said this 30 years ago, you said this 20 years ago, this didn't exist, this didn't.' You know, I just, I have not seen that with anyone else." - Dr. Ben Carson, 11/8/15





Poor guy. I wonder how he'd handle the stress if people start making up stuff about him like saying he was born in a different country or if they called him a secret Muslim.

 

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The thing I find most interesting is that there was no need to fabricate his past, it is pretty impressive without any embellishment. I guess he wanted to strengthen his military connection, but really when was the last time that was a big factor in a Presidential election, Bush 41? He wasn't very smart about it. Anyone with any knowledge of the service academies would smell something wrong when he used the word "scholarship", a term which has no meaning when it comes these academies.

 

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Your living by the liberal talking points shows that you are incapable of analyzing anything objectively.

As a psychologist would tell you, just because you want something to be true does not make something true.


Are you going for irony Mule?

 

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Your living by the liberal talking points shows that you are incapable of analyzing anything objectively.

As a psychologist would tell you, just because you want something to be true does not make something true.


Are you going for irony Mule?

Before he can answer that you'll need to explain to him what irony is.

 

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SANDERS: MEDIA SCRUTINY OF BEN CARSON IS WHY PEOPLE HATE POLITICS

Sunday on NBC’s “Meet the Press,” Democratic presidential candidate Sen.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) said the aggressive media scrutiny of Republican presidential candidate Dr. Ben Carson is the “reason so many people are turned off to the political process.”
When asked if the scrutiny of Carson it is fair game Sanders said, “No. Look, I listened to the interview with Dr. Carson and it’s interesting. But you know what, Chuck? The American people want to know why the middle-class of this country is disappearing. Why we have 47 million people living in poverty.

 

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SANDERS: MEDIA SCRUTINY OF BEN CARSON IS WHY PEOPLE HATE POLITICS

Sunday on NBC’s “Meet the Press,” Democratic presidential candidate Sen.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) said the aggressive media scrutiny of Republican presidential candidate Dr. Ben Carson is the “reason so many people are turned off to the political process.”
When asked if the scrutiny of Carson it is fair game Sanders said, “No. Look, I listened to the interview with Dr. Carson and it’s interesting. But you know what, Chuck? The American people want to know why the middle-class of this country is disappearing. Why we have 47 million people living in poverty.



So I guess you also agree with Bernie when he said the same thing about Hillary's email?

Part of what is happening here is that Carson has no public policy or voting record to run on. Nada. Nothing. It is all just words. That means everything he has said and done outside of politics and what he has said about himself and others, particularly things that he has repeated over and over again like the Westpoint lie are all going to get even more scrutiny, as they should. How many more lies are lurking in his past? We shall see because it will all come out at some point.




[Edited on 11/9/2015 by gondicar]

 

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SANDERS: MEDIA SCRUTINY OF BEN CARSON IS WHY PEOPLE HATE POLITICS

Sunday on NBC’s “Meet the Press,” Democratic presidential candidate Sen.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) said the aggressive media scrutiny of Republican presidential candidate Dr. Ben Carson is the “reason so many people are turned off to the political process.”
When asked if the scrutiny of Carson it is fair game Sanders said, “No. Look, I listened to the interview with Dr. Carson and it’s interesting. But you know what, Chuck? The American people want to know why the middle-class of this country is disappearing. Why we have 47 million people living in poverty.



So I guess you also agree with Bernie when he said the same thing about Hillary's email?

Part of what is happening here is that Carson has no public policy or voting record to run on. Nada. Nothing. It is all just words. That means everything he has said and done outside of politics and what he has said about himself and others, particularly things that he has repeated over and over again like the Westpoint lie are all going to get even more scrutiny, as they should. How many more lies are lurking in his past? We shall see because it will all come out at some point.

[Edited on 11/9/2015 by gondicar]

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"So I guess you also agree with Bernie when he said the same thing about Hillary's email?"

Bernie has since backed off that life-line he threw Hillary Clinton. He is now questioning her emails on a private server and the top secret information found as well as her judgement.

Try to keep up.


 
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