Is Ben Carson a sell out?

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http://www.msnbc.com/msnbc/ben-carson-losing-his-legacy-idol-sell-out

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  • Bill  On June 8, 2015 at 8:36 pm

    When I read such dribble I can’t help but think Stockholm Syndrome. How does anyone wonder why as a race, black folks are socially and economically worse off than we were in the 1960s? Let’s continue to simply give our vote away to the Democrat party. I’m told that unlike the Republicans they really care about black people.

  • elogam  On June 11, 2015 at 2:53 pm

    But of COURSE Dr. Carson is a ‘sellout’. He’s a successful black man in America, and he doesn’t feel he’s a victim. In other words, he’s gone renegade and left the liberal plantation. That make him a ‘sellout’.

    Why is it that black folks are the ONLY ones who need to have a completely unified and hive minded mentality? I often use the example of Rush Limbaugh and Michael Moore. Both are middle-aged white males, born in the mid-West. Both have had media success. Both have at least one divorce. Other than that, their views couldn’t be more diverse. Neither one calls the other a ‘sellout’; they have different political opinions and neither considers the other ‘less white’ as a result.

    Try that as a black person. If you don’t see Obama as the G.O.A.T. (Greatest Of All Time) president, you’re a sellout. If you don’t think racism is the biggest problem facing blacks in this nation today, you’re an Uncle Tom with issues of self-loathing. I see small signs of people waking up and looking to break open the hive so the drones can escape. If just 20% of blacks voted Republican, the Democratic Party would cease to exist as a viable political force in Washington. The Democrats know that, so they keep that base in place by Any Means Necessary. That includes lying about the severity of racism (It exists, but it’s not NEARLY as bad as it once was), lying about the intentions of the GOP, and picking off anyone who actually escapes their grasp and appears to be a threat. Dr. Carson fits that description, so he’s a threat to their existence.

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