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Turns out Ben Carson is not expert on everything

Hopkins neurosurgeon Ben Carson's equating of the Affordable Care Act with slavery shows that expertise in one area does not necessarily carry over to other fields ("Sorry, Dr. Carson, but Obamacare is not like slavery," Oct. 15).

Jonathan Jacobson, Towson

Copyright © 2014, The Baltimore Sun
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