A Gentle Rebuke: Dr. Benjamin Carson’s Speech at the National Prayer Breakfast

If you are like me, whenever something is posted all over the Internet, it just causes my eyes to roll and to move on to other things without taking a look. This video is worth taking a look at, however. It is a speech by the Director of Pediatric Neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins Hospital, Dr. Benjamin Carson, at the National Prayer Breakfast, with Barack Obama in attendance. His speech, filled with biblical wisdom, is a model for how to present a gentle, well-reasoned rebuke to those in power. It is well worth watching.

“Those birds could talk!”

“Well, they should have said something!”

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9 Responses to A Gentle Rebuke: Dr. Benjamin Carson’s Speech at the National Prayer Breakfast

  1. blained13 says:

    I’ve watched this twice, sometimes the people all over the net get something right.

  2. jlue says:

    I have listened to entire speech twice and part of it several times and posted it on my blog. I suppose I am feeling desperate at this point. We so desperately need someone to say what needs to be said and it is so refreshing. Not only did Dr. Carson say the right things, Pres. Obama was almost forced to listen. Praise the Lord!!

  3. Irene Murray says:

    ~ did this millionaire Dr. also throw in something about lowering taxes on the rich somewhere in his Prayer Speech? Praise the Lord!!!

  4. Richard Rowe says:

    obama looked like he was getting educated to me,and didnt like it.the answer to the the authors ? why isnt this man in politics is because he is to smart and not corrupt enough!

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