For real, Cal Thomas?

Famed pediatric neurosurgeon
Dr. Ben Carson

Cal Thomas thinks the “Presidential Prayer Breakfast” is not a proper place to preach politics at the president, like he says Ben Carson did.


Obama uses every occasion  for his own political points.The field of respecting the proper forum has been dead for a long time, and it is no longer an even playing field. A rich elite class is confiscating the wealth and political machinery of the nation and the traditional means of propaganda have been subverted by them for their own purposes. Dictators always claim they’re doing the best thing for the poor and powerless while robbing them, jailing them, poisoning them.

Of course with your syndicated column, Cal, you might claim that the media is not tilted against real world vision because they often publish a letter to the editor. Can you be so naive?

It is time people who can see the catastrophe rushing toward the country from idiotic policies that have nothing to do with “politics” like the UNFAIR idea of different taxes for different people (that’s UNEQUAL treatment under the law), or the education disaster caused by the government-enforced government de facto monopoly on indoctrination of the poor.

Of course they may say it should be apolitical. In view of the media “self”-censorship blackout of conservative thought by our dark-skinned neighbors, Ben Carson decided to step out of the propaganda-handled media spin on his talk and on the prayer breakfast, and refuse to be the “house you-know-what”, played for his color. His color with his open Christian beliefs in fact made him a political choice that favored Obama in the first place.

IT’S NOT THE FIRST time, Cal, either. Mother Theresa blasted the entire Washington DC establishment and the nation to Bill Clinton’s face at this Prayer Breakfast, asking how a nation can call itself civilized or peaceful when it is waging war on the children.

Assaulting our children, dividing them from their parents, bankrupting the country and starving the poor as this regime’s actions are doing, these are not “political” issues.

And like the kings of the Old Testament, this president –and the nation– does not need a polite “feel-good” message, but a stern prophetic warning from those who care about others. Ben Carson refused to behave and call it “civil disobedience” if you want, but if this breaks through the Lapdog Media filter, more power to him.


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2 Responses to “For real, Cal Thomas?”

  1. trutherator Says:

    It’s an interesting juxtaposition of ideas implicit in Cal Thomas’ criticism that one of Ben Carson’s points was the censorship effect of what we now call “political correctness”, which should be called something else, like “politically fashionable”.

    So along comes Cal Thomas and says Cal Thomas’ comments that claim, in essence, that the venue of Ben Carson’s speech made his comments politically incorrect for that context.

    Of course the combination of those two words has been given an oxymoronic meaning that contradicts the straightforward reading of it. Ben Carson’s comments were generally correct, and generally correct in context, and in the real world, they were generally correct politically too.

  2. trutherator Says:

    With exceptions. I disagree with a flat income tax, for example. What taxes are in reality are confiscation of wealth by force.

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