Republican presidential primary candidate Dr. Ben Carson is a fine man, a brilliant physician and pediatric neurosurgeon. He’s the kind of man you would probably like to have as your next door neighbor. He’s humble, quiet and unassuming. I like him.
Carson, a Seventh-day Adventist Christian, is also a man of God, a fervent believer in Christianity and the Holy Bible. Of course there is nothing wrong with that. It's his fundamental constitutional First Amendment right. As long as he and other religionist believers rely upon their faith to direct and control their own lives for the benefit of their personal goals, e.g., salvation, while refraining from imposing it upon others, I have no problems with it.
But when this nice, likable, quiet, humble and unassuming Dr. seeks the Presidency of the United States of America, as he now does, I have a big problem with it, and so should my fellow Americans. Carson’s convictions are incompatible with that office because he admittedly does not rely primarily upon reason. He would make decisions affecting all Americans strictly upon faith.
I find that fact particularly strange in an otherwise obviously brilliant individual, especially a scientist, physician and brain surgeon. In my mind he becomes Dr. Strange Ben.
Dr. Strange Ben is a religious creationist; he rejects out-of-hand the scientific reality of biological evolution. He actually believes that Charles Darwin, the father of modern day biology, was encouraged by Satan, the Devil, when he published his discovery on evolution of the species by natural selection. ” explains Dr. Strange Ben.
Dr. Strange Ben, who wants to be President and swear to uphold the United States Constitution, in fact, wishes that all Americans would recognize God as our leader: ” “If God thinks proportionality is fair who are we to say that it is unfair?”
“I have no problem whatsoever with allowing gay people to live as they please, as long as they don't try to impose their lifestyle on everyone else,” It’s perfectly fine to try to impose his religion and lifestyle on everyone else, but gay people want to marry, he has a problem with it.
This is what we have to look forward to if this nice, humble, quiet and unassuming man is elected president: Dr. Strange Ben.