Dr. Ben Carson: Obama trying to 'destroy this country'
When Dr. Benjamin Carson lit up Barack Obama over his landmark health-care legislation at last month‚Äôs National Prayer Breakfast, it appears he was ‚Ä¶ holding back.
Not so in his speech today at the Conservative Political Action Conference.
‚ÄúCongress has a nine-percent approval rating, and yet we returned people at a rate of 90 percent to Congress. Now what does that tell you?‚ÄĚ Carson asked. ‚ÄúWhat I‚Äôm saying to people, to the people of America today, is that we are responsible. This is a country that‚Äôs ‚Äėfor, of and by the people,‚Äô not for, of and by the government, and if we turn it over to them, we cannot complain about what they‚Äôre doing. ‚Ä¶ We have to hold their feet to the fire.‚ÄĚ...
Frank Carson wrote: The greatest commandment to love your neighbour as yourself includes the requirement to judge them according to righteous judgment. I have judged you according to your own words. You have judged Obama unjustly according to the words of others. If we are to be judged by other men, let them do so justly. You have not provided in this forum one single, specific quote for us to examine from your multiple web pages. If you would like to do so, I will get back to you in a few days when I have the time. If not, your own uncharitable, condescending remarks are also noted.
ah yes, thanks for making my point. The president has talked down business, he has apologized for America and his actions speak louder than his words. If you don't realize this I take it you don't follow his speeches. He made fun of people in Pennsylvania for clinging to religion and guns, he has told the coal industry he would shut them down, he has consistently berated corporations, do your own research, you obviously don't trust mine. I never said it was his single quote hear or there I always said it was his worldview. This discussion however will go nowhere, so am dropping this thread.
Frank Carson wrote: You have not provided a single quote by Obama
I have been around long enough to know it does not matter what I post, you will say it is wrong. If you think this president does not have this mentality in his thinking nothing will convince you. (your response will prove that to be true) So I will encourage you to look at his books and his attitude toward white America and colonization. Here are links to some of his thoughts.
I had dug up many quotes and web pages to site but realized it was an exercise in futility.(plus space will not allow it) All this is documented in 2016, it is just the man's mindset. As to the 5th commandment response,(which was a huge stretch) you will not find me critical of the president in any post, I have consistently said it is his worldview that governs his thinking. I take it by your uncharitable condescending remarks, you miss the second great commandment, you shall love your neighbor as yourself
this worldview also continues a myth that makes liberals feel they have the man of peace in charge and makes the hawks wish for more adventure. if one actually watches the news, one can see an increase in exposure in multiple countries. is the nation becoming less imperialistic with this admin? certainly not! and if one is to watch opinions of military through their voting, one can see that they actually want a strong border and to protect their own country, not the poppy seed fields of other nations.
and since we conservatives like to start foreign adventures and then turn a blind eye, let us remind ourselves that today is the 10th anniversary of Iq.
4.5 million displaced. depleted uranium. some say a million dead. Christians dispersed among the nations...
was out of time where I was at, so there is your source. (I even corrected your spelling in your quote, don't mention it) Not a joking matter, not sure why you think it is funny, your children and grandchildren won't. Watch the documentary 2016, it tells the whole story also, from the church he holds dear and was a member for 20 years,
Frank Carson wrote: from his own explicit words and not your strawman argumentation.
The Obama administration published an unprecedented press release Friday night denouncing U.S. military intervention abroad (which the document points out is not actually ‚Äúintervention,‚ÄĚ a euphemism, but what it calls ‚Äúvehement neocolonialism‚ÄĚ).
The report opens stating ‚ÄúThe administration has unequivocally decided to end our brutal imperialist, shill regimes across the planet. As of the beginning of April, every single foreign U.S. military base will be closed, the troops and military officers sent home. Moreover, we will put an immediate moratorium on all aid to foreign militaries, including, and especially, Israel‚Äôs genocidal monstrosity. With this declaration, we wish to furthermore apologize to the international community for our past actions. We have spilt unimaginably large, unbelievably voluminous, inconceivably gargantuan, indescribably huge, unthinkably Brobdingnagian, mind-bogglingly exorbitant amounts of innocent human blood, and we‚Äôre sorry for that. Please forgive us. We really are sorry. Really. Please. Forgive us. Please.‚ÄĚ
we have electronic voting machines in tens of counties now across the country -
- there is no way to know if computers are preset, as we saw multiple complaints around the country during this last election.
another question from prop 37 of cali. you ask anyone if they want accurate gm labels on their food, and most say, obviously, "yes". but vote came out "no". some are saying that voters asked for recount and were given tens of thousands of dollars in fees, just to get the votes checked. the fees were prohibitive and the recount never happened.
its just a thought, but perhaps voters are voting in a rational fashion and getting unrational results.
sure, I know this is an immoral time, but even then, it begs the question. the process should be above reproach.
Williams wrote: Why would a president deliberately want to destroy the country he is president of?
Why would Stalin kill 20 million of his countrymen? Why would Mao, Pol Pot, Hitler, etc. do the things they did to their respective countries? God sends leaders in accordance with what the people of a country deserve. The United States of America deserves its current leadership and lest this country repents, I fear greater judgment is coming.