Ben Carson’s new campaign ad is a rap song, and my god is it f*cking terrible.
I have never been so happy to live in California, where I will not have to endure such nonsense.
The $150,000 radio ads will air for two weeks in Miami, Atlanta, Houston, Detroit, Birmingham, Alabama, Jackson, Mississippi, Memphis, Tennessee and Little Rock, Arkansas.
I believe this is his way of saying people in the south are really f*cking stupid.
Why else would the ad only be released in the south?
Racial profiling much, Ben?
The “song” includes excerpts from Ben’s past speeches, so you know it won’t make a lick of sense.
“America became a great nation early on not because it was flooded with politicians but because it was flooded with people who understood the value of personal responsibility, hard work, innovation and that’s what will get us on the right track now.”
“I’m very hopeful that I’m not the only one that’s willing to pick up the baton to freedom. Because freedom is not free and we must fight for it every day. Every one of us must fight for us because we are fighting for our children and the next generation.”
You should hear that load of bullshit with a hip hop beat behind it.
For a man who thinks universal health care is worse than slavery, he sure does speak on freedom a lot.
While clearly trying to appeal to young Black voters, Ben has fallen way short of the goal.
The old man is out of touch with reality in general, why would he think he was in touch with pop culture?
Why did no one stop him and say, “Black people will hate this!”..”All people will hate this!”
Ben Carson has no real friends, and that is the sad but funny truth.
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Source: Freak Out Nation