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Ben Carson Warns That Christian Bakers Are Likely To Poison LGBT Wedding Cakes

How can a man who has never been elected to public office gain enough political support to be elected President of the United States? Apparently, Ben Carson has decided that his rise to the Oval Office will be achieved using the power of outrageous statements to audiences filled with people who are ready to hate.

When asked about the attempts of GLBT Americans to gain equal marriage rights, Carson warned that it wouldn’t be wise for them to try to buy wedding cakes, because Christian bakers would be likely to add poison to the recipe in order to murder the loving couples.

Carson warned that demanding equality would be likely to result in violence: “They can go right down the street and buy a cake, but no, let’s bring a suit against this person because I want them to make my cake even though they don’t believe in it. Which is really not all that smart because they might put poison in that cake,” he said.

In response, Ben Carson’s employees, standing off stage, laughed. They thought the idea of poisoning gay and lesbian couples was funny.

3 thoughts on “Ben Carson Warns That Christian Bakers Are Likely To Poison LGBT Wedding Cakes”

  1. Mongothesane says:

    Ben Carson, another repugnant uncle tom.

  2. Contontos says:

    I enjoy the irony of someone actually pretending to be so stupid as to misuderstand the gaping obvious — i.e., in this instance, Dr. Carson’s allusion to the perils of making an enemy of someone you know will be in another room with something you intend to eat. There’s no “gay and lesbian” to it, unless you literally NEED it so you can seem to have a point. Neither is there any skin color to it, except to someone with the putrid insides of the previous commenter who reminds us that the irony of the left so easily displaying their racist roots is just too trite to appreciate as ironic anymore.

    1. J Clifford says:

      Right. Ben Carson is pointing out that gays and lesbians should beware, and not make Christian bakers angry by asking to buy a cake with their names on it, because they can reasonably expect that when Christians get angry about other people not following their religion, the Christians will poison food in retribution.

      You seem to think that’s just an “obvious” way that things work, and so does Ben Carson.

      One obvious thing that both you and Ben Carson are missing is that poisoning people should not be the obvious solution to differences of opinion.

      Another obvious thing you’re missing is that if gays and lesbians make people their enemies simply by ordering wedding cakes, the problem doesn’t lie with the gays and lesbians. The fault lies with the bakers who are so attached to their extreme ideologies that they can’t simply live and let live.

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