Ben Carson is described in these words: “a tool of the right-wing Republican malcontents,” “denigrating shots,” “spewing right-wing dogma,” and “used in a degrading way.”
All these, it appears to me, are Bob Ray’s attempt to portray a highly successful man as being unable to think for himself, simply because he disagrees with Sanders on core issues.
On the same page, Greene asks if “extraordinary personal rancor we witness in Washington is influencing discussion among the citizenry, or is it the other way around?”
I couldn’t agree more with Greene.
— Bob Pavelko, Arlington