2016 Hopefuls

Top GOP Presidential Contender’s Political Experience Consists Of Insulting Obama

Current anti-Obama insults might still be viable for some GOP Presidential contenders in many of the red states and gerrymandered districts…


Dr. Ben Carson may be a very talented neurosurgeon. He’s likely saved lives. But he is a conservative hero with no political experience who is being boosted as a 2016 candidate for one reason only: He insulted President Obama at a most inappropriate occasion, during the 2013 National Prayer Breakfast.

A group encouraging retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson to run for president raised $2.4 million in the first three months of this year, more than the group backing Hillary Clinton or those affiliated with Rand Paul, Marco Rubio and other potential candidates, according to filings with the Federal Election Commission.

Carson, 62, has emerged as a prominent African-American conservative commentator. He appears regularly on Fox News and writes a weekly column for the conservative Washington Times newspaper.

Carson’s spokesman says he is not interested in running for president and he is not affiliated with the National Draft Ben Carson for President Committee.

The money is a sign that conservative voters are looking beyond the usual political suspects for a presidential candidate, the head of the Ben Carson committee said.

It’s actually a sign that conservatives are desperate.


8 thoughts on “Top GOP Presidential Contender’s Political Experience Consists Of Insulting Obama

  1. Wow what a qualification……. able to insult the POTUS…. how low can you go…. how desperate for hate can you be…..and how stupid and still breathing…. Yep that sounds like a Republican


  2. Ben Carson – an otherwise smart Black guy, whose big ego causes him to envy Obama’s accomplishments and acclaim. He feels the easiest way to keep from becoming a “has been” is to be the Republicans’ shameless darkie, smiling and frowning on command. He will never win an election, but those pats on the head are oh so soothing to his warped psyche. Poor guy.

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    1. LTL, I’ve been following politics fairly closely for the past 50 or so years, and never heard of Ben Carson until now…
      How did this has-been brain-whacker suddenly become someone called a “Top GOP Presidential Contender”?


      1. The Republicans needed an “intelligent” Black guy to who would agree with them and, hopefully, give them more credibility. Herman Cain and Allen West weren’t cutting it. So when Ben Carson, who had achieved recognition as an acclaimed neurosurgeon, raised his hand and said “What about me, I think I’M as smart as Barack Obama” the Republicans were delighted to make him their newest “great Black hope.”

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  3. I’ m sure Carson would be a better choice than Mike Huckabee — and that really isn’t a very nice thing to say about him…[■Mike Huckabee: ‘I’m Beginning To Think There’s More Freedom In North Korea’]

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