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Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Dr. Ben Carson is the Cheshire Cat of politics unqualified to be leader of the free world

"....said the Cat: `we’re all mad here. I’m mad. You’re mad.’"

"...'a dog growls when it’s angry, and wags its tail when it’s pleased. Now, I growl when I’m pleased, and wag my tail when I’m angry. Therefore, I’m mad', said the Cat."

Dr. Ben Carson is like the Cheshire Cat in Alice in Wonderland.  H'e the definer of Republican madness.

I've worked with surgeons, like Dr. Carson, in operating room suites. Dr. Ben Carson is a neurosurgeon. As a resultof his expertise, he has the distinction of having separated the brains of cojoined twins, who were connected by their heads. Yet, Carson's political experience is as rare as germs on an autoclaved scalpel.
He has an engaging smile, but his voice is so boring that some might even call him somniatic. As a matter of fact, it's difficult to understand Dr. Carson when he typically closes his eyes while speaking and seldom raises his voice to an audible level.

In other words, Alice's Cheshire Cat is more appealing than Dr. Carson's monotone.

Of course, Dr. Carson must convince Americans how he's qualified to be elected President of the United States and the Leader of the Free World.  Personally, I can't find any reason to elect Dr. Carson to be President. Although Carson has proved himself to be a brilliant neurosurgeon, with a compelling life story, his political skills have never been vetted in a political election.  

Republicans are obviously desperate to put their confidence in a leader they can trust. Dr. Carson is certainly a neurosurgeon we can trust, if we happen to need his high level of medical-surgical expertise. Otherwise, political leadership is what every American needs. He hasn't proven these skills at all.

Dr. Ben Carson is to be commended for his ambitious success in medicine, surgery and neurosurgery.  

On the other hand, Americans can't afford to provide political "on the job training" for our Executive Branch leadership and the leader of the free world.

Americans need an experienced political world leader and Dr. Ben Carson is obviously unqualified to be president of the United States.


Alice's Cheshire Cat said he was mad because he wagged his tail when he was angry and growled when pleased. In fact, it's difficult to determine when Dr. Carson is angry or pleased, because he has no leadership resume to determine how his medical qualifications can translate to political leadership.  He's plainly unqualified.

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