Dr. Stabby: Loretta Lynch Is Full Of Crap

Politico reports:

Attorney General Loretta Lynch likening the controversial North Carolina bathroom law to Jim Crow laws is “a bunch of crap,” Ben Carson said Monday. Announcing a counter-suit against the state, Lynch said North Carolina “created state-sponsored discrimination against transgender individuals” that violates federal law.

“This is not the first time that we have seen discriminatory responses to historic moments of progress to our nation,” Lynch said, citing the Jim Crow laws, resistance to the landmark Brown v. Board of Education Supreme Court ruling, and the proliferation of bans on same-sex marriages as examples.

“That’s what they always say,” Carson told Fox News. “Everything is like Jim Crow. Everything is like racism and segregation and slavery. What a bunch of crap. You know, they want to do that so that they can always gain the sympathy, but thinking people know better.”

  • Rick Tan

    says the man who said Obamacare is like slavery

    • another_steve

      says the man who I assume believes the Earth is 6,000 years old.

      • olandp

        Says the man who believes The Pyramids are grain silos.

        • Stubenville

          [Bzzzzt] Thanks for playing. Here’s a lovely set of steak knives as a parting gift.

          • Paula

            NO! No sharp items for Ben.

          • Robincho

            Personally approved by Dr. Stabby McSteaknife himself!…

        • Steverino

          Says the man that thinks Jesus looked like a Klingon.

          • another_steve

            I dunno, Jesus is bein’ a bit too touchy-feely there.

            That right hand of his seems to be searching for male nipple.

          • Jeffrey

            He went to a spa with a Klingon? His imagination is very active.

          • Friday
          • Carolyn Wilson

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        • Robincho

          Says the man who spells them “poverbs”…

    • j.martindale

      Uncle Tom is a nasty appellation. But it sometimes applies.

      • another_steve

        Actually, comparing Carson to an Uncle Tom is an insult to the latter.

        • Robincho

          Harriet? Beecher needs to stowe it now, yo…

          • Friday

            In literary terms the political term actually got away from a more-complex character than that, but the political term really ain’t about lit crit. 🙂

      • ByronK

        I think Harry Belafonte’s description of Colin Powell best applies here.

        • Strepsi

          Belafonte said: “In the days of slavery there were those slaves who lived on the plantation, and those slaves who lived in the house. You got the privilege of living in the house if you served the master, exactly the way the master intended to have you serve him. Colin Powell is committed to come into the house of the master.”

          Hahah, bingo: i just posted house-slave Stephen up above! Here he is again:

          • Cuberly

            SLJ is incredible in that movie. And talk about a difficult role.

          • Robincho

            He completely brought an air of effortlessness to it, irrefutable evidence of his sterling acting cred…

          • Cuberly

            Every time he was on camera, your eyes where on him. Even when he was in the background you felt his presence. Was thankful that Tarantino took note of that and gave him more prominence. Especially compared to DeCrapio.

          • Friday

            Actually I think it’s pretty out of line to compare Colin Powell to *Carson.* He might have been a Republican before, (I think he quit that recently,) but being a soldier and general *first* (And probably the best one we’ve *had* since Eisenhower I can think of offhand.) Frankly, he fell on his sword for Dubya after being ordered to present intel he knew was dubious, but ….. Carson’s actually a freaking lapdog. not to mention active lunatic presently supporting a billl that prevents *black people* from being able to take state-level discrimination cases. Pretty insulting comparison.

            That’s kind of about Iraq in a lot of ways, and Powell was the one with the famous ‘Pottery Barn’ caution*against* invading Iraq. He didn’t suck at his job, and if *he’d* run for President I’d have considered him the first respectable opposition we’ve seen in a long time, actually.

          • Oscarlating Wildely

            There were several moments that I wondered if Powell’s military decisions were the most sagacious ones but I never considered if he was at all insane. I quite honestly question Carson in that regard regularly.
            Also, my respect greatly increased when I saw Powell speak at City College. It was a moving address about the role of education and accessibility to it, a hallmark of City. I just don’t see Carson or clearly Trump ever conceiving of such a thought– or any thought for that matter.

          • TimCA

            One of the signs of intelligence is the ability to change one’s opinions based on a better understanding and more information about a subject. Powell demonstrated this with his evolving views of gay people, our ability to serve in the armed forces openly, our marriages etc.

            Carson on the other hand………..

          • TimCA

            One of the signs of intelligence is the ability to change one’s opinions based on a better understanding and more information about a subject. Powell demonstrated this with his evolving views of gay people, our ability to serve in the armed forces openly, our marriages etc.

            Carson on the other hand………….

      • Robincho

        You’ve got your nasty apple tree here, and the nasty appellation hasn’t fallen far from it. No surprise, dude…

    • Miji

      Exactly what I was thinking. I’m glad he has now shared his motivation for making that comparison “so that they can always gain the sympathy”. But he is right in his case anyway, his comparison was crap and thinking people do know better.

    • bryan

      Carson also compared the RNC rules to Jim Crow last month.

    • Says the man who has a portrait of himself with frackin jeebus hanging on his wall!!!

      • Matthew Delemos

        Was that Jeebus or Worf?

    • Consul52

      Says the man that anyone coming out of prison has been turned gay.

  • Mike Solo

    I’ll stick with Loretta, she can convey a powerful opinion with just her words and without raising her hands above her shoulders.

    • kaydenpat

      Raising your hands above your shoulders allows you to stab your Mama more easily.

      • Joe in PA

        unless she’s wearing the magic belt buckle.

        • clay

          Do you think it was magnetic? attracting the blade like that?

          • Joe in PA

            what else could it be? The work of SATAN perhaps? 🙂

      • perversatile

        -because your arms are too short to stab God

        • TuuxKabin

          Or box with him.

          • Steverino

            Or box cut with him.

  • Brad Lathem

    Thinking people know the pyramids are tombs. So do children. You know what, just shut up

    • Harley

      So says Klingon Jesus.

      • Bryan

        PetaQ you, Dr Carson.

    • Dan

      Tell that to the aliens.

  • Treant

    Who? And he’s saying WHAT?

    Excuse me, I gotta go store some grain.

  • Talisman

    “’That’s what they always say,’ Carson told Fox News. ‘Everything is like Jim Crow. Everything is like racism and segregation and slavery.'”

    That’s because discrimination is discrimination, regardless of the person against whom it’s levied.

    • John T

      Besides the part of the law that’s specifically about bathrooms (which is the shiny object that everyone is exclusively focused on for some reason), the law explicitly allows businesses to hang up a sign that says specific kinds of people are not welcome in their establishment. Somebody please explain to me how this is different than Jim Crow. North Carolina would still have whites only drinking fountains and lunch counters in 2016 if it weren’t for federal law. North Carolina ♥ apartheid.

  • Matthew Delemos

    Sounds like an effective comparison to me, if his best rebuttal is “what a bunch of crap”.

    • PeterC

      Well, a; bunch of crap is what he is familiar.

  • Sam_Handwich

    the healing hands of America’s fruit salad have spoken!

    • Joe in PA

      as opposed to the healing ‘hand job’ hands of Ms Palin.

      • Steverino

        Or the jazz hands of Ms. Lindsey.

        • Robincho

          I thought them wuz jizz hands…

  • Helen Damnation ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

    Wanda Sykes comic categorization of the “blackness experience” is priceless. Would love to see Wanda and Dr. Stabby in a debate over “living black” as opposed to “living gay”.

    • clay

      It would be a race to see who would get stabby first?

  • CCleverly

    Ben says, “But thinking people know better!”

    So how would Ben know?

    • another_steve

      CC, Dwell on this for a moment:

      This man once operated on human brains.

      On. Human. Brains.

      • I’m thinking it was on disease-carrying human brains. The man does not express himself like someone in possession of a full set of marbles.

        • tcinsf

          Posts about Carson should carry the “Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy tag.

      • Joe in PA

        his own? Hmmmm.

      • tcinsf


      • Friday

        Well, I think it’s possible he could have bluffed his way through med school and actually been talented enough at the mechanical tasks involved, (cause some psychopathologies are actually an asset in brain surgery: caring=stress and not being at all stressed is a big advantage there. ) At least till enough things went wrong and he couldn’t adapt, whatever was settled out of court and otherwise meant him leading the field. It’s also possible he really was that smart and lost his mind one way or another later. One thing’s for sure, he sure doesn’t seem OK now and he kind of had an on-and-off-meds sort of pattern on the campaign trail.

    • Todd Allis

      I would only trust Ben Carson on being an expert on being full of crap. But apparently only an expert on himself in that area.

    • Blake Jordan

      It is what his white masters are telling him…

  • Michael Smith

    Discrimination is discrimination. Ben Carson can call it whatever makes him feel better, but it’s still discrimination.

  • Cuberly

    Yep, gaining sympathy, or creating empathy, how fucking underhanded of Lynch!


    Go back to sleep Benadryl. Your 15min is up.

    • olandp

      Points for Benadryl.

      • Cuberly

        ; )

  • AtticusP

    Hey, Ben. Your Buddy’s at the door. Let Him in!

    • clay

      “I don’t know; why are you wearing a dress?”

      • Robincho

        Shut up, McCrory…

      • John T

        Jesus is the world’s most famous cross dresser, am I right fellas?

        • JCF


          …that’s what He said.

        • clay

          What are you? hammered?

      • FancyThat

        holy crap<——- that's offensive!

  • Joe in PA

    …but thinking people know better….

    Coming from you Ben, priceless.

  • Stubenville

    And he would know about being full of crap (based on his public statements.)

  • agcons

    Well, if Dr. Stabby considers himself to be a “thinking person”, then I’m free to believe I’m an underwear model.

    • olandp


      • agcons

        Gawd, no. You want people to run screaming into the night?

        • JCF

          Can’t possibly be as fuggly as Dr Stabby’s brain…

  • StraightGrandmother

    The circumstances are not exactly the same but the Hatred sure is! And that is what discrimination is, being prejudiced against somebody for who they ARE, what did Loretta say today, a distinction without a difference.

    • kaydenpat


    • delk

      Belated Happy Mother’s Day SG!

      • Strepsi
        • StraightGrandmother

          It’s funny, when I watch that video and see that old woman dancing, I can just picture her in her youth. I can just picture her.

          • clay

            She still is that young, somewhere.

          • another_steve

            I had a 98-year-old aunt who, well into her 90s, once told me that inside she still felt like a young girl. All the aches and pains were “on the outside,” she said.

            That’s an attitude that keeps people going well into their 90s.

            She passed away two weeks before her 99th birthday.

          • Traxley Launderette


    • CottonBlimp

      The circumstances are not exactly the same but the Hatred sure is!

      As are the perpetrators.

  • kaydenpat

    Thinking people know it’s wrong to discriminate. Period.

  • delk

    Thinking people remember your incredibly stupid West Point story.

  • delk

    Thinking people know how to spell ‘proverbs’.

    • Poverbs: For those who can’t afford full-retail verbs.

      • trouble94114

        bad Becca… baaaad Becca. I can’t believe I haven’t seen anyone go there before this! EXCELLENT!

      • JCF

        Um, nouns, but yeah.

        Oh, wait, I get it! }-p~~~

    • Steverino

      Are “poverbs” anything like a Po’boy?

      • Robincho

        Po’verbs is what po’boys use… or misuse.

      • Sporkfighter

        I think they’re the opposite of adverbs.

    • Friday

      Or at least thinking stonemasons. How you can stare at a layout while carving all those other letters and not see the spelling error…

      • David Walker

        When I was in advertising, I learned quickly that you don’t correct what you’ve been given. The client spelled it that way? The client wants it that way.

  • Mark Neé Fuzz

    The guy who said the pyramids were granaries is hardly in a position to say anyone else is full of crap.

  • Yeah, Mental Ben — how dare Attorney General Lynch try to get people to understand that one group’s oppression is in many ways not unlike the oppression suffered by others. And denying someone access to employment, housing, commerce or even something as simple as access to a bathroom based on what we now know is an innate human characteristic — sexual orientation and gender identity — is nothing like doing the exact same thing to someone based on a different innate human characteristic, namely skin color and genetic origins.

    As long as you yourself are a wealthy retired doctor, everyone else can go fuck themselves, right Ben?

    • Traxley Launderette


  • Yixing’s Fluffer

    “thinking people know better”

    It’s a real shame modern Republicans have driven all of them out of the party.

  • StraightGrandmother

    One thing I am sure glad of she siad that the discrimination against people who are LGBT is just like racism, that coming from the mouth of a black attorney general of the United States. poor Ryan T Anderson from Heritage Foundation, he has been working double time arguing that being against people who are LGBT, saying you don’t have to hire them if you don’t want to, isn’t anything at all like racial discrimination. NOW he can’t run from it, Attorney General Loretta Lynch says it IS.

    • Jude Newton

      One day the words “except LGBT people” will vanish from our lexicon

      • David Walker

        Promise? Oh, wouldn’t that be wonderful. It’s like when a thunder-storm ends but you aren’t aware there hasn’t been any thunder for a while…we might notice it right away, but good god it would be so wonderful not to hear it again. Just like “some of my friends are gay” and “…but I have attended a good friend’s gay wedding.”

      • Sporkfighter

        It has in civilized parts of the country.

    • Steven Leahy

      They always like to see LGBT-ism as a “behavior” and not an innate state. Makes it a lot easier to minimize and dismiss it as irrelevant.

      • Steverino

        Funny, coming from the people who are ardent First Amendment citators, which protects the chosen behaviors of religion, speech, media, peaceable assembly…

    • Oscarlating Wildely

      First, agreed SG!

      Second, on this sentence: “Ryan T Anderson from Heritage Foundation, he has been working double time arguing that being against people who are LGBT, saying you don’t have to hire them”
      I read that too quickly and read the final word as “him” and only thought “finally!”

  • anne marie in philly

    says the FAILURE, as an MD and as a candidate! STFU, stabby!

  • Gaymurcan

    Yup, the ‘phobes are gonna lose big this time.

  • RainbowPhoenix

    Thinking people don’t feel the need to pass discriminatory and blatantly unconstitutional laws to begin with.

  • dcurlee

    So where did Uncle Tom get his law degree

  • MB
  • David in Tucson

    So: why is anyone giving this person any attention?

  • bryan

    Thinking people know that the pyramids were not used to store grain.

  • trouble94114

    “…but thinking people know better.” Ok, so what the heck is Dr. Stabby doing weighing in on this. Thinking isn’t his forte.

  • teeveedub

    So, Carson went from respected neurosurgeon to utterly failed presidential candidate to person whom the media asks his opinions about all matters because…? Anyone? Buehler? Buehler?

  • JT

      He should be followed by men in white coats, not wearing one.

  • tcinsf

    Surely Carson (I am loathe to use the “Dr.” honorific at this point) doesn’t include himself among the “thinking people?”

  • Ninja0980

    No, the person who is full of crap is the one who wants to make sure others don’t get the same breaks in life he got and believes in a religion based on the world ending.

  • JustSayin’

    Since he says thinking people know better, it is clear that what thinking people know is that he is a homophobic and transphobic pandering asslicker doing a step ‘n fetchit routine for the orange oompa-loompa destroying the GOTP.

  • Michael Rush

    I just saw McCrory say something like ” the transgendered persons I’ve spoken with are upset that the left even brought this up “

    • kirtanloorii

      Yeah, just like how Ted Cruz received donations from the lemonade stand of some unnamed kid. All fiction.

    • Jeffrey

      Then he didn’t speak to a Trans person. He spoke to a Transmission specialist or a Transfer student, but a Trans person definitely didn’t say that unless her name was Caitlyn.

      • StraightGrandmother

        That was pretty funny ;-‘)

      • Friday

        It’s plausible that trans people are upset about being put in the line of fire and defamed like this by the Right, but blaming ‘The Left’ ‘ for this would be stupid. 🙂

    • David in Tucson


  • John

    And how does he know what “thinking people” think?

  • Strepsi

    “Ben, have some self-respect!”
    – Stephen.

  • bkmn

    Does Dr. Stabby know any thinking people?

  • Don Blair

    Shut the hell up Ben. You are over.

  • Octavio

    Stabby knows thinking people? I find that hard to believe.

  • fuzzybits
    • GC

      “Politicians and diapers should both be changed regularly, and for the same reason.”
      (variously attributed to Mark Twain, José Maria de Eça de Queiroz, and “unknown”)

    • Sam_Handwich

    • David in Tucson

      An XXL Depends, at that, full of an unfortunate and extremely odiferous gastrointestinal event.

  • billbear1961

    Thinking people know mindless ignorance and hateful bigotry and depriving people of their constitutional RIGHT to the EQUAL protection of the laws is CRAP, JACKASS!!

    If the right is melting down over what AG Lynch has done, her actions–despite the failure to CUT federal funding–must be more effective than I first thought.

    EDIT: I could have sworn I saw a new story, very briefly, where Ms. Lynch was saying she wanted to make sure the hate law is never allowed to go into effect while the battle rages to overturn it.

    Did I imagine it?

    Wishful thinking on my part?

    Because I can’t find it now!

  • SFBruce

    “Everything is like Jim Crow. Everything is like racism and segregation and slavery. What a bunch of crap.”

    Every once in awhile, Carson makes a little sense. False comparisons are entirely possible, such as the time Carson said Obamacare is worse than slavery. He also thinks “thinking people” won’t buy what AG Lynch was saying, but how would Carson know anything about people who actually think? In the Politico piece, Carson also said we should “go back to recognizing data and science. You know, we know what men are, and we know what women are, and we’ve known that for thousands of years.” Now, I agree with the first part of that statement, and it’s exactly what I thought when Carson opined that the fact that men go into prison straight and come out gay proves being gay is a choice. But he loses it in the second part of his statement, since there’s very little that hasn’t changed in thousands of years if you actually apply science rather than fear, prejudice and superstition.

    • clay

      He’s a neurosurgeon– who’s never spoken with an obstetrician about sexing newborns.

  • coram nobis

    And in the Category: Stupid, a sidebar. Remember that guy who almost got kicked off a plane because a passenger thought his economics-math calculations were possible terrorist code? The Economist now helpfully presents “Airline safety: Ten ways to tell you might be sitting next to an economist.”


    • clay

      “You know, homos, algebra, shit like that.” –Trae Crowder

    • Snarkaholic

      Math is fer libruls!

    • John T

      Arguably, Ivy League economists have harmed more Americans than terrorists have. If you see something, say something. “Stewardess, I think you should know, it looks like the man in the seat next to me is modeling default credit swaps.”

      I’m not sure whose side to take in this controversy.

      • coram nobis

        Yes, and it goes back to 1944 and the Battle of Bretton Woods, in which John Maynard Keynes lost to the U.S. delegation. That created a lot of the hegemony that followed.

  • There’s a famous black orator from the 19th century that advocated Black people should be grateful to the whiteman, but I can’t remember the name. Dr. Stabby reminds me of him.

    • Skeptical_Inquirer

      Was it Booker T. Washington? I hear his legacy is a bit mixed.


      • It might be. My history class was some twenty years ago. All I can remember was that he had a famous name, the man would give stirring speeches claiming that segregation was good for people, and was widely exclaimed by progressives as an Uncle Tom.

  • TK

    This coming from guy I’m not so sure is a “thinking person”… God and Jeebus do the thinking for him. Not a guy I’d trust in the operating room!

  • Ben “Uncle Tom” Carson.

    Christ. What an asshole.

    • Necessitas

      OMG! He’s the love child of Tom Carson and Uncle Ben.

  • Piercedchrlz

    Bless it’s heart………….

  • 1Truth1

    When is shit stain going to go away? Did he get his medical degree with Pheonix university? What a stupid fuck.

    • That’s what I can’t figure out. To be a pediatric neurosurgeon, to operate on children’s brains, you have to be smart as hell. A genius. But they say, the line between genius and insanity is very thin.


    • Friday

      I’m kind of wondering if something happened to him along the way, or if he was just sociopathic enough to bluff his way through until some gag-ordered malpractice cases were settled. Sociopaths supposedly actually do make good brain surgeons, though, cause they *don’t care* …which means they can focus on what they’re doing better, where I’m sure I’d find it pretty stressful to be responsible for rooting around in someone’s brain. It’s hard to imagine he got that far displaying the stupidity he now does regardles

    • Necessitas

  • DaveW

    Thinking pet. That’s hilarious

  • Jean-Marc in Canada

    Trump step’n’fetchit says what now???

  • Michael Rush

    Ben Carson knows Loretta Lynch is the cause of racial tension the way Sarah Palin knew Obama was the cause back in 2012 …


  • Christopher Smith

    They really do need to finish that lobotomy on Dr. Stabby.

  • MikeBx2

    Ben Carson talking to a Fox News crowd about what thinking people know. You can’t make this stuff up.

    • coram nobis

      And along that theme, Paul Krugman has an article about Dr. Stabby’s friend Donald, “The Making of an Ignoramus.”


      None of this should be taken as an excuse for Mr. Trump. He really is frighteningly uninformed; worse, he doesn’t appear to know what he doesn’t know. The point, instead, is that his blithe lack of knowledge largely follows from the know-nothing attitudes of the party he now leads.

      Oh, and just for the record: No, it’s not the same on the other side of
      the aisle. You may dislike Hillary Clinton, you may disagree sharply
      with her policies, but she and the people around her do know their
      facts. Nobody has a monopoly on wisdom, but in this election, one party
      has largely cornered the market in raw ignorance.

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      her policies, but she and the people around her do know their facts.
      Nobody has a monopoly on wisdom, but in this election, one party has
      largely cornered the market in raw ignorance.

  • coram nobis

    I was looking for a medically-themed music piece to post to honor Ben Carson. I know there was one by a composer who used to work as an anesthesiologist for an oral surgeon, but YouTube doesn’t seem to have any performances of the “Trance and Dental Etudes.”

    This one was for you, Doctor Stabby.

  • Lazycrockett

    OT according to a new PPP poll. Lice is more popular than Drumpf among registered voters.

    • oikos

      Lice 2016!

      • they are sea bugs, admittedly, but i would pull the lever for Crabs/Lobsters ’16.

    • Necessitas

      Better looking too.

  • Lazycrockett

    Also according to this new poll more democrats are uncomfortable with Bernie as the nominee than Hillary.

  • NancyP

    The transgender bladder hurts just as much as the black bladder, when faced with a sign forbidding use of the public facilities.

  • Gianni

    When Sarah Palin and Dr. Carson speak, I listen……………for a little while, strictly for the entertainment value.

    • Necessitas

      Sarah doesn’t really speak. Sarah screeches.
      Carson doesn’t really speak. Carson emits words.

  • buzzbeard

    who is he? he sure looks tired…

  • and then there’s this…

    these idiot fucks are forcing the issue. forcing it into the general population. forcing it into courts, etc.
    they’re doing the heavy lifting for us.

    • Skeptical_Inquirer

      Women and children are raped outside of bathrooms all the time and their plight is not only ignored, but mocked and suppressed by the same people now bleating how horrible it is now that they can pretzel it into serving their pet bigotry. I want to spit at the people freaking out about it now and tell them that the location shouldn’t magically make it more of a crime.

    • William

      Dan Patrick is the teabaggiest of all elected officials in Texas.

    • Bryan

      His example of a “fifteen year-old boy full of vim and vigor” going into a girls’ washroom makes no sense.

  • Blake J Butler

    This might be more of an interesting read, more than the brain dead brain surgeon and his rambling.


    • Johnny Wyeknot

      This is amazing! That many *straight* men agreed to sex with this old fart to get parking fines reduced? Unfuckingbelivable.

    • William

      So, if I want to meet gullible young men, I should apply to be a judge in Arkansas?

      • Blake J Butler

        Apparently so 🙂

  • JR Buckley

    WARNING: Snark ahead!

    Being black is so much easier than being gay – because you never have to tell your mother that you’re black.

    And another thing, black people never have to go through the trauma of people being ‘nice’ to them for weeks, or months, or years – until they’re suddenly “outed” for being black.

    I’ve never had a chain put ’round my neck and been dragged to my death behind some good ole boy’s pickup truck [yet], but saying that the black and LGBT communities don’t have at least a /LITTLE SOMETHING/ in common in regards to Civil Rights sets me off….

  • John T

    I had forgotten about Ben Carson, then I remembered that he was the crank that God told to run for President. That God, always with the pranks!

  • aar9n

    I’m pretty sure Ben Carson has fewer black friends than most white people at this point.

  • Balderdashing

    … says the erudite lawyer specializing in constitutional law—oh, wait…

  • Dale

    Hey, Stabby, I think it’s time you rent a copy of “Mississippi Burning” from your local library.

  • Lazycrockett

    OT Character actor William Schallert has died. Man the guy worked in tv and movie since 1947 till 2014.

    • grada3784

      Ambulance driver at the start of “Them!”.

      As well as Poppo in the Patty Duke show.

      And tons in between.

    • N

      he was in The Trouble with Tribbles episode of Star Trek the Original Series

    • Necessitas

      Gone, but never to be forgotten…

  • RJ Tremor

    “… but thinking people know better.”

    Brain surgeon doesn’t know any better, it seems.

    • DumbHairyApe

      He’s obviously not in the “thinking people” category.

  • grada3784

    I hate it, but we have to let sleeping stabbys lie.

  • DumbHairyApe

    Every mouse has a weannie.

  • ‘Til Tuesday

    If you knew Seventh Day Adventist like I know them, you’d understand why Dr. Stabby is off his rocker. I haven’t met one yet that isn’t a little messed up in the head, and I know quite a few since this area of Tennessee contains a lot of them.

    • FancyThat

      I blame Little Debbie. And Sabbath potluck haystacks. And the Vita-Mixer. And the SDA parents. And TUNO. It’s just the right combination that makes a young Adventist man want to stab his best buddy in the belt buckle, and hit his mother over the head with a claw hammer.

      Unfortunately, Dr. Ben Stabby’s 15 minutes of fame were over at his first GOP ‘prayer breakfast’ when he went all uppity and disrespected the black, undocumented US president. Ben the gem was just spouting meaningless shit, yet realizing, long before this current campaign cycle, that he had the keen ability to get the Christian Supremacist crowds on their feet applauding wildly just by waving the ol’Hate ‘n Fear’ flag.

      The good ol’ boys and the top-ranking Christian Supremacists knew, at that very moment, that they had themselves a ‘colored man’ whom the GOP was convinced they could successfully utilize to convince their base that they represented ‘the black minority voters.’ And Ben even gave the initial odd impression that he could actually think.

      And to show that the GOP was also inclusive in championing homosexual/LGBT rights, they found a second POTUS-queen named Lindsey. Yup, with Ben & Lindsey, the GOP certainly convinced everyone that they were the all-inclusive voice of minorities in America.

      Ben and Lindsey are now both hoping for more spotlight time with Donald in the months ahead, and both have been prayerfully spending a LOT of time on their knees with Donald.

      It’s anyone’s guess what (or whom) will come next.

      • FancyThat

        Oh…. and what about the time that Adventist Meryl Streep went up in
        the outback and stole one of the dingo babies? Or that time the
        Adventist mom, Sally Field, taunted her young daughter with a whole
        stack of Our Gang multiple-personalities? You can’t make that stuff up!

        Or when that Adventist Little Richard went all Tutti-Fruitti on Elvis? They have a special
        Pathfinders campground in Area 51 for lotsa Adventist personalities who
        fall into the Adventist Abyss. Supposedly, that SDA Purple Rain guy,
        Prince, was put into a medically induced coma under the airport in Denver until Ben is appointed as Trump’s personal chaplain. That’s when, in prophecy, Little Debbie ascends the throne of the AntiChrist in the Adventist
        Apocalypse thingy. (in Two Corinthians).

        Once Ben and the Klingons are at the helm with the Orangutan Chieftain, snack cakes will fall from heaven like manna.

        Nothin’ strange goin’ on here folks. Keep moving.

  • Cuberly

    OT: I’ll just put this here.


    Mooselini have her hands full, perchance?

    • Skeptical_Inquirer

      Just imagine if even a fraction of her family’s drama was in front of the White House camera.

      • Cuberly

        Ha! Can you imagine?

  • charemor

    This man is just damned dumb…. and full of shit. A surgeon? I wouldn’t let him trim my toenails.

    • Necessitas

      I wouldn’t let him trim roadkill possum toenails.

  • djcoastermark

    Reminds me of a saying when I was a kid, might be book smart, but life stupid

  • Dale

    As if this KKKristian piece of shit is relevant.

  • Jaywithwords

    Stay retired.

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  • Lumpy Gaga

    Such a dignified statesman.


  • swirl
  • It’s sad that Politico, CNN, and other news organizations have bought into the “bathroom bill” rhetoric. Bathrooms are a small part of this discriminatory legislation. Do you honestly believe that lawmakers in NC would have railroaded this bill through, with virtually NO debate, had it not been for last year’s Obergefell decision?

    Prior to the enactment of HB2, the North Carolina counties of Buncombe, Mecklenburg, and Orange, the cities of Asheville and Charlotte and the towns of Boone, Carrboro, Chapel Hill, Greensboro, and Raleigh prohibited discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity. The counties of Durham and Guilford along with the cities of Bessemer City, Durham, High Point, and Winston-Salem prohibited discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation only.

    All of those laws are now gone. No matter where you live in North Carolina, you can get married on Saturday and get fired from your job the following Monday if your boss doesn’t like Gay marriage. This a HUGE step backward for the state, and corporate America is right to be unhappy about it.

  • chris james

    Carson trying to remain relevant in a world that ignores his ignorance. We don’t like you Ben.

  • thom

    OT…. but what the fuck? new poll numbers today, nbc trump within 5 nationally, ppp trump within 4, Quinnipiac tied in florida, tied in pennsylvania, and trump leading in ohio by 4.
    are we really going to do this? I hope this lawsuit hits scotus before justice cruz gets confirmed

  • Ninja0980

    This man believes in a religion that said the world would end in the 19th Century, why should we listen to anything he says?

  • lymis

    Why in the world is Dr. Carson making pronouncements about “thinking people?”

    Shouldn’t he restrict himself to things he knows anything about?

  • WIGuy

    Im sorry, but voters let it be known that they don’t give a fuck about carson – so why would anyone besides faux news even care?

  • Xuuths

    Dr. HadAStroke should just retire into oblivion. He’s ruined his once sterling reputation.

  • John Masters

    I was but a wee tyke when Dr. King was alive, but in all of my adult life I have never seen a greater display of strength and grace than what I say yesterday when Attorney General Lynch spoke. Dr. Carson, you are barely a dim bulb compared to the brilliant light that is Loretta Lynch, so, seriously, you need to get a clue that your 15 minutes was up a while back.

  • TheSeer

    “but thinking people know better.”

    Too bad you’re not among those dr. Stabby.

  • CJAS

    And “thinking people know better” than to believe that his supporters think “racism and segregation and slavery” are evils.

  • Dr. Stabby’s delusional ravings continue – once he started on the “pyramids as grain repositories” thing, I realized his connection with reality is somewhat less than tenuous.