Ben Carson: Sixteen degrees of separate but equal?

 

Siamese twins  he has taken apart

So Dr. Ben Carson did quip;

But not even he can   perform the same art

When  joined to sixteen at the hip.

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  • I am Sam. Sam I am.
    That Sam-I-am! That Sam-I-am! I do not like That Sam-I-am!
    Do you like Green eggs and ham?
    I do not like them, Sam-I-am.
    I do not like Green eggs and ham....

    You do not like them.
    SO you say.
    Try them! Try them!
    And you may.
    Try them and you may I say.

  • In reply to 4zen:

    I do not like eggs and green ham,
    but I like them more than you, skanky Pam.

    Colin Mochrie.

  • In reply to 4zen:

    -Dr. Seuss

  • In reply to 4zen:

    To vote for these he would refuse;

    A liberal Democrat was Dr. Seuss.

  • Just a thought: Canada is having an election in a few weeks. They didn't even know it would happen until recently. They'll get it done before the snow flies. We won't even be starting primaries by then. I admire the Canadians... and sometimes I envy them.

  • In reply to Margaret H. Laing:

    That's basically the case with regard to any parliamentary form of government. The main difference is that there isn't a popular election for the Prime Minister.
    It could be like Israel, where there isn't any party that holds close to a majority, and the Prime Minister has to cobble together a coalition (and the President is a figurehead).

  • In reply to jack:

    Figurehead?....You mean opposed to a divisive despot, now I'm jealous.

  • In reply to 4zen:

    No, in the sense that the Prime Minister is the head of the government. The President is like the Queen. The Prime Minister is Netanyahu, of whom I'm sure you've heard, and certainly is divisive. The President is Reuben Rivlin, of whom I'm sure nobody has heard.

  • In reply to jack:

    I meant Obama.

  • In reply to 4zen:

    Assuming, arguendo, but then who was the figurehead to which you set up your supposed opposition?

  • In reply to jack:

    Reuben Rivlin figurehead, opposed to Pres. Obama divisive despot. I'm jealous Pres. Obama not just a figurehead. Kapeesh?

    Now you blew my timing.

  • In reply to 4zen:

    So, you are saying that John Boehner should be the actual head of the U.S. government, even though he was elected only by a small constituency near Cincinnati? And Boehner wouldn't be a divisive despot (assuming he could get elected by the Republican caucus if it really mattered)? That's what the parliamentary system would mean.

  • Jack, a terrifying thought.

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