One Picture Excellently Exposes The Difference Between The Good Doctor And The Bad Liar
The Democrats like to label people in an opposite manner that fits them. Hell, if there was a guy in Florid that grew some really nice oranges, they would say that he had the finest apple orchard in the county.
I suppose my point here is that they have no idea what they are talking about. They will take a guy that has had a privileged upbringing and make him out to be Oliver Twist. They’ll take a guy that literally came from nothing and make him our to be Richie Rich. There is no question Barack Obama has had a historic presidency. However, as with everything else involving him, all we can say is that it’s been historically bad.
Of course, there is no question liberals love him—he tells them just what they want to hear. Conversely, they do not love Ben Carson. However, when you study the two men’s backgrounds, there’s no question that only one of them exemplifies true courage, determination, and grit.
First of all, there is the case of Ben Carson, who was raised in the inner city, grew up poor, and was constantly pushed by his mother to strive for more. Carson would continually bring home the best papers in everything, and his mother would tell him, “That’s not good enough.”
Obama, on the other hand, was raised by all-white family members. He grew up in suburban Hawaii and went to expensive private schools. He received the best of everything—hardly undergoing the hardships unfortunately endured by many black Americans—and it illustrates his liberal nature.
Obama grew up and became a community organizer. He received his law degree and was mentored by some very questionable people, such as Saul Alinsky and Bill Ayers.
Carson, on the other hand, went to school and became a neurosurgeon. Do you think his mother was finally proud of him? I’m sure she was, but there was more to the story. The reason his mother never said his work was “good enough” was because she wasn’t able to read his papers, as per the Detroit Free Press. She wanted a better future for her son, and her sacrifices were rewarded in the man he is today.