If you've ever had a conversation with the typical right-wing nutjob, you know how it goes. It usually starts out when your friend from childhood posts something so stupid on social media that you can't help but respond. It could be a meme from Uncle Sam's Misguided Children or a picture of the President on a bicycle with an anti-gay slur attached from Barack Obama's Dead Fly. It may be one of those 20-word posts from The Comical Conservative calling the President a Muslim and blaming HIM for racism in America.
Whatever the reason, you can't help but engage, if only to drop an opinion on just how ridiculous your friend -- and the meathead who always agrees with him that you could never stand anyway -- really sounds. What happens next is inevitable. You're treated to stupidity and ignorance, the likes of which should be illegal.
When our forefathers wrote the Second Amendment there was no such thing as 100 round magazines and assault rifles. A person couldn't go into a schoolhouse and kill twenty children in a matter of minutes. Furthermore, the framers of the Constitution said although we have the right to "bear arms" it is a right that should be "well-regulated." The vapid ammosexuals in this country like to ignore that pesky statement.
It's a birthday that can't help but make you wonder. John Lennon, senior citizen?
"I have had a gun held on me when I was in a Popeye's organization" in Baltimore, the retired neurosurgeon told Karen Hunter on Sirius XM Radio, referring to the fried chicken fast-food chain.
"Guy comes in, put the gun in my ribs. And I just said, 'I believe that you want the guy behind the counter,'" Carson. read more
Republican presidential candidate and neurosurgeon Ben Carson accidentally left a sponge in a patient's brain and caused a nine-year-old patient to be partially paralyzed after a risky surgical approach her parents did not authorize, the National Enquirer tabloid reports based on six malpractice lawsuits. "He's totally untrustworthy," former patient Karly Bailey told the tabloid. She claimed Carson spent "maybe 14 minutes" with her and her parents before performing a delicate brain tumor operation when she was nine. "My parents told him they weren't authorizing him to remove the whole tumor because of the risk," said Bailey, 27. "He tried to remove all of the tumor, and injured my nerves and brain stem." read more