Wednesday, January 28, 2015
Did he REALLY say that?
Yes he did.
Dr. Ben Carson is the darling of the Tea Party because they think he's the anti-Obama man of color, AND he says all the pretty things the Tea-Pee-ers like to hear.
Pretty. Crazy. Things.
Tea Party bloggers are in love with him and claim he's "sensible," has "common sense," and "true Christian values."
Here's the latest from Dr. Carson:
From Addicting Information:
"Carson railed against LGBT individuals’ demand for equal rights. Carson told members of the media that “a few judges” have overthrown the will of the people in 32 states where it was decided “that marriage is between a man and a woman....
“ 'If two adults want to be together,' ” Carson said, 'I’m not going to stop them from being together.' Carson suggested that equal marriage rights are not necessary because two people can take the very expensive route of setting up a 'legal contract' so they can 'share property and have visitation rights' or otherwise experience some benefits of marriage."
This is where the Crazy Train pulls away from the station:
“What I have a problem with is when people try to force people to act against their beliefs because they say, ‘they’re discriminating against me.’ So they can go right down the street and buy a cake, but no, let’s bring a suit against this person because I want them to make my cake even though they don’t believe in it. Which is really not all that smart because they might put poison in that cake.”
Project much, Dr. Carson?
The Hill reported that Carson’s remark was met with jubilation from his staffers, but “dead silence from the journalists in the room.”