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This is why Disney has gently, gradually but firmly taken the comicbook properties away from the hacks who are presiding over the end of the house that Stan and Jack built, and instead recreating the House of Ideas on film and TV.
This kind of low rent moronic abuse of someone, for being black but the wrong kind of black, is utterly contemptible racism of the most evil sort.
The first thing to note is that Carson actually *believes* that the pyramids were used to store grain (no one seriously thinks Obama actually thought there were 57 states--presumably he meant 50 states and 7 territories).
The other is that Jeremiah Wright was front-page news for 21 straight days. We've had, what, 5 days of basic fact-checking of Carson, and this angers you?
Why list Carson's six books if you're not going to list Obama's two books?
Right-wingers complain a lot about the media to strategically push them to the right, and there's nothing wrong with that as a strategy, but if you're starting to -believe- this stuff, you're in trouble.
Seriously, North? You *honestly* believe the mainstream media thoroughly vetted the whole Wright relationship -- not to mention that of Bill Ayers and others? The same media that sent scores of reporters to dig through Sarah Palin's stuff? That made a frenzy out of Rick Perry hunting in a park that had something offensive written on one of its rocks?
One of Obama's books is indeed noted above.
Right-wingers complain a lot about the media because they have every right to. They have ONE network that is fairly sympathetic to them. ONE. And that ONE is the cause of constant rage/consternation/complaints on the left.
BTW, I am not complaining about scrutiny of Carson, let alone 5 mere days of it. The Politico story was dishonest and then stealthily edited. Why the click bait phoniness on their part? It's not hard to figure out.
Not to mention that author of the piece was an outspoken anti-GOP protester from as far back as 2004, during his college newspaper days.
And yeah, Carson is most probably way off in his belief about the pyramids. But here's a fair assessment of it: http://time.com/4104778/ben-carson-the-pyramids-and-the-bible/
But which is more scientifically obtuse: Carson's view of the pyramids, or, say, claiming an unborn child is "not a person"?
How long until the nutbag moonbat known as Marz runs and cries about this to his twitter drones?
Oh wait, he pretends to enjoy it as he tries to get his twitter pack to attack you.
Wow, there sure are a lot of white guys picking on the black guy. I'm so old, I remember when that happening incited accusations of racism. It was 2008 and 2012... and Marz and the other idiots were among those doing it.
"I don't know"
That is the most honest statement Spencer has ever given.
"no one seriously thinks Obama actually thought there were 57 states--presumably he meant 50 states and 7 territories"
Except he explicitly said he had been in 57 states. You can complain all you want about it, but those were the words that came out of the mouth of "the smartest man in the room."
Just to highlight the stupidity of that gaffe, don't forget that Obama grew up in the 50th and last state to enter the Union.
But hey, if it makes you feel any better, we could always talk about that all those times he said, "If you like your plan, then you can keep your plan, period."
"How long until the nutbag moonbat known as Marz runs and cries about this to his twitter drones?"
Does he actually do that? Oh my God, that is so pathetic. It's like he's trying to copy Slott's bizarre obsession with Doug Ernst. And when Slott is (for all intents and purposes) your role model, you have seriously failed at life.
I somehow get the oddest feeling that the color of Carson's skin doesn't matter to them, they just don't like him.
Went right over your head, Drag.
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