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WSJ: “Ben Carson for President!”

Carl469 Wrote: Feb 10, 2013 12:34 PM
Ben Carson is nothing more than the Herman Cain of 2103. WSJ, like all deracinated mainstream "conservatives," is petrified of being called "racist," so they'll get behind a trophy black. Carson won't do a thing about affirmative action, guarnateed. Those here who think liberals are scared of a Carson presidential campaign, you're wrong. They'll be laughing at us for unwittingly doing their dirty work.
slemelle Wrote: Feb 10, 2013 1:21 PM
Ben Carson would be a great role models for lots of lost kids, he has walked the walked. Obama missed the opportunity to be a role model. I am an Asian immigrant since 1970. I used to be color blind, but since he is the president, many of my black friends became one sided and voiced their opinion that the white are mean people, this is what Michelle said before, America is a mean country. What I experience, this is the greatest country on earth. I don't want to be racist, but why Obama always bias with "the black", such Treyvon Martin's comment, if " I have a son, he will look like him", about the police incident in Massachuset, "the police acting stupidly". For goodness sake, he is the president for all American. Ben Carson is great.
slemelle Wrote: Feb 10, 2013 1:20 PM
Ben Carson would be a great role models for lots of lost kids, he has walked the walked. Obama missed the opportunity to be a role model. I am an Asian immigrant since 1970. I used to be color blind, but since he is the president, many of my black friends became one sided and voiced their opinion that the white are mean people, this is what Michelle said before, America is a mean country. What I experience, this is the greatest country on earth. I don't want to be racist, but why Obama always bias with "the black", such Treyvon Martin's comment, if " I have a son, he will look like him", about the police incident in Massachuset, "the police acting stupidly". For goodness sake, he is the president for all American. Ben Carson is great.

That’s almost the exact headline of a recent Wall Street Journal editorial that went viral last Friday and Saturday (although I must confess that I did add an exclamation point for emphasis). Anyway, for those unfamiliar with Dr. Benjamin Carson, he’s the Director of Pediatric Neurosurgery at the Johns Hopkins University Hospital and the same guy who delivered those politically incorrect remarks at the White House prayer breakfast last week. And there are two passages, at least according to the journal, that deserve your undivided attention.

Carson on taxes:

Late in his talk he dropped two very un-PC ideas....