If the Carson that is being referred to in your poem is Ben Carson, then I think that someone should punch him on the mouth for his sarcasm in saying that the African slaves who arrived in America, were "immigrants" (like those who arrived on The Mayflower) . As Malcolm said,
I guess that Carson also wants to respected as "Dr." Ben Carson. He should take this notion to heart because it's wholly applicable in this case (and I think of this sayings sometimes when I read Oga Falola's always moving eulogies:
On Wednesday, 8 March 2017 09:31:29 UTC+1, Chidi Anthony Opara wrote:
By Chidi Anthony OparaHe buckledHis cruising gearAfter gulps of beer.He cruisedOn the wrong courseWith the wrong speed.Cruising CarsonCrashedOn the barricades of history.(Poem presented as social service, all rights reserved)
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