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Ben Carson Warns Of Economic Collapse And Martial Law

“I used to think they needed to be registered, but if you register them they just come and find you and take your guns,” he said. “If we were only concerned about external forces, then we would be okay. But there are some pretty sinister internal forces [in America].”


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He must have seen

his On the Record sheet in my sig.

I just had a conversation about "political expediency" today.

Sorry, Ben, I am not one of the ones who was born just yesterday. We, I mean, I lost too much ground already to risk another chance.

"What if the American people learn the truth" - Ron Paul

I don't trust Ben Carson


What else is new...

nobody on this site trusts anybody. Great way to go through life.

Certainly not a great way to go through life trusting

the words of politicians.

I agree; I don't

(and have not) trust him either. He is too manipulative in how he says he may or may not run if needed or wtf. Who needs him either. Phony Ben.


nevermind that

How about the fact that literally EVERY A.M talk radio, neocon propagandist blowhard salivates at the very mention of Ben Carson...My rule of thumb: If Hannity promotes you, then you are no good! Not very eloquent, but it's been a good rule so far.

That's why I'm sitting on the sidelines in regards to Rand...

"I am Troll fighter, number one"



It sounds like he came

It sounds like he came around. it takes people time to see the world differently. Not everyone was a libertarian out of the womb.

It's possible

but what it's what he didn't say in this that disturbed me the most. I'm an extreme advocate for not turning away people who have changed their world view. 90% of us were former progressives/necocons, so to think that people can't change is absurd.

What he didn't say is that he didn't reject that our rights are granted to us by the Constitution like he had previously said. That's the fundamental and underlying idea of keeping and bearing arms, that it's a natural right, not something that can be taken away, even by a just government.

"Timid men prefer the calm of despotism to the tempestuous sea of liberty."

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