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Dr. Ben Carson Reviews Obama's State of the Union Address

OBAMA-DRAMA Wrote: Feb 13, 2013 1:15 PM
Navy Baby ... there are seemingly countless examples of what you cite regarding good outcomes derived of children born to dysfunctionals. However, they are very rare compared to the opposite and involve those with God given gifts that are intellectual, artistic or athletic. For at least half of humanity, regardless of class, they lack such gifts.. most especially as applies to art and athletics. Regarding intellect half of humans are born with an IQ below 100. This will change after mid century when alteration of their genetic makeup enables enhanced IQ and thus enhanced abilities. So doing will eliminate much poverty, crime and prison populations along with fewer graves filled with their undeserved and early aged victims.
John Quincy Adams Wrote: Feb 17, 2013 2:22 PM
Interesting, so for those of us with IQ's over 100, there is an inverse correlation between IQ and poverty/crime.
Navy-baby Wrote: Feb 13, 2013 1:30 PM
Several decades ago, I read an article by a nun who was advocating nutritional programs for poor, pregnant women. Her thesis was that "poverty begets poverty." In that the developing unborn infant who does not get good nutrition will suffer from minute brain damage, which then leads to a lack of initiative--completing the cycle of being unable to lift oneself out of poverty. Feeding pregnant women seems a lot simplier, and more humane, than "alteration of genetic makeup."

Dr. Ben Carson, the man who spoke at the National Prayer Breakfast and made major news for speaking against Obama's class warfare policies and about the healthcare system, critiqued President Obama's State of the Union address this morning on Fox and Friends.

"You've got to realize that you're the president of everybody."