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A Thought from Dr. Benjamin Carson
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Dr. Benjamin S. Carson

There are many sinister forces that are vying for power in our American society.

Most of these are associated with politically ambitious individuals who are far more concerned about power and prestige than they are about the people’s welfare.

Uninformed citizens tend to be trusting of some of these forces without doing due diligence in terms of studying their previous performance or their associations with dubious characters.

An uninformed voter, for instance, might ignore the fact that their favorite candidate had a long history of associating with radical elements, because the candidate proclaims his good intentions and promises them justice.

A well-informed voter who favored the same candidate might engage in further investigation on their own, discover that the candidate represented an organization found to be engaged in illegal practices, and change their vote as a result of the discovery.


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timeontarget commented on Friday, Apr 18, 2014 at 06:48 AM

JM, because of you I am not comfortable writing my own thoughts on this medium. You once vowed to make timeontarget your special project and eventually I just became tired of the constant vile which you posted about the person known as timeontarget. I once commented that you were singlehandedly causing me and others to refrain from participating. You obviously don't consider the content of the blogs which I post. You are nothing but a flaming liberal who attacks any messenger whose opinion differs from yours. When Liberals have nothing meaningful to say they simply attack the messenger. Why don't you take the time to read the content of tot's recent blogs?

timeontarget commented on Friday, Apr 18, 2014 at 07:08 AM

I am finished with talking with you JM Sgt Waters said "Never argue with a fool because the by-standers cannot tell who is who".


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