Good Day World!
Presidential candidates have never been thrilled with the vetting process. Most would just as soon skip sharing their personal history.
Their whining over public scrutiny has become a rite of passage in primaries. Take Ben Carson for example.
He claims the media are on a “witch hunt” because their delving into his past and pulling out nuggets that would make any sane person pause before voting for him.
School children across America were stunned to hear their history books were wrong about what the Egyptian pyramids were used for, according to Big Ben. He’s on video claiming Joseph (see The Bible) built the pyramids to store grain.
Scientists and archeologists be damned.
Benny’s ties to a fraudulent product are no longer hidden because of the so-called witch hunt.
And the nuggets keep turning up:
Carson recalled in “Gifted Hands,” a story involving his psychology class at Yale University, called Perceptions 301. He described the professor’s conducting an honesty experiment on the class and wrote that he was the only one who passed, prompting The Yale Daily News to take his picture.
Oops! There he goes again! There was no photo identifying Carson as a student in the newspaper’s archives, The Journal reported, and a Yale librarian told the newspaper that there was no psychology course by that name or class number during Carson’s years at Yale.
I could go on. But I think you get the point. Anyone wanting to be the President of the United States has to be thoroughly vetted or millions will pay.
Cry babies, like Carson, who can’t stand the heat need to get out of the kitchen!
Time for me to walk on down the road…