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Ben Carson at CPAC: Gays don't get to redefine marriage

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by Joseph Earnest  March 10, 2014


Newscast Media WASHINGTON—At the annual Conservative Political Action Committee (CPAC) event organized by Republicans, Dr. Ben Carson gave a fiery speech on Saturday March 8, vowing to continue to defy political correctness.


"The majority of people in this country have common sense, the problem is, they have been beaten into submission," Carson said.


He also described the methods used by the media to bully people, and named Saul Alinsky as the source of those principles.


"One of the principles of Saul Alinsky is, you make the majority believe that what they think is outdated and nobody thinks that way, and that the way that they think is the only way intelligent people think, Carson said.  "And if you can co opt the media in the process, you are far ahead in the game.  That's exactly what has happened, and it's time for people to stand up and proclaim what they believe, and stop being bullied," he added.


"As you know, I am not a fan of political correctness, I hate political correctness, I will continue to defy the PC police, who have tried in many cases to shut me up."



Ben Carson said, "I still believe that marriage is between a man and a woman. Gay people don't get extra rights. They don't get to redefine marriage."


"The media repeats lies because they cannot argue the actual facts.  It is important for the American people to understand the tactics of these people who simply sit around and demonize people, come from the book Rules for Radicals by Saul Alinsky," Dr. Carson said.   

According to biographer Sanford Horwitt, the teachings of Saul Alinsky greatly influenced Barack Obama who absorbed them and became a community organizer just like Alinsky himself.

The CPAC 2014 event was held between March 6-8 in Washington D.C.

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