Unless you’ve had your head in the sand, you’ve seen Dr. Ben Carson’s speech at the National Prayer Breakfast last week.
I know – I was shocked that Obama attended it and managed to stay awake at anything involving prayer, too.
Cal Thomas – presumably a conservative and a columnist for someone or something (I almost wish I cared….almost) – has a big ol’ problem with Dr. Carson’s speech. He thought it was mean. He thought it was disrespectful. He thought that Dr. Carson “ambushed” Dear Leader. And he felt that Carson’s “criticism of the president’s policies…were inappropriate for the occasion.”
And then Cal Thomas said this (emphasis mine):
“The president had a right to expect a different message about another Kingdom. I’m wondering if the president felt drawn closer to God, or bludgeoned by the Republican Party and the applauding conservatives in the audience.”
Poor, bludgeoned, helpless, victimized, needs-to-live-in-a-bubble-from-all-criticism Obama.
Because we all know that nothing says “feeling drawn closer to God” than living in a world where no one challenges your lies, your sins, or your blatant inadequacies. God intended for us to live in a politically-correct world of lies, you see.
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