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Dr. Ben Carson Reviews Obama's State of the Union Address

Dread Wrote: Feb 13, 2013 12:19 PM
Right. Even assuming this were generally true rather than true in a few specific instances, that would mean paying these women to stay home and teach rather than having them out working. What happened to that 'culture of dependency' conservatives are always going on about? :) You eliminate collective bargaining and college education requirements, and of course you will see lower wages. You will have just expanded the labor pool by a great many people, which will put downward pressure on wages as the education labor market becomes a buyer's market for schools. You don't see much wage bidding wars for employees among fast food or service industries, do you?

Dr. Ben Carson, the man who spoke at the National Prayer Breakfast and made major news for speaking against Obama's class warfare policies and about the healthcare system, critiqued President Obama's State of the Union address this morning on Fox and Friends.

"You've got to realize that you're the president of everybody."