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Ben Carson Is A Fraud - So Is Cruz-Rubio-Christie-Paul Ryan

I see the Rhinos are pushing Ben Carson pretty hard. First off, he is Pro Drug War. Which means more marijuana users thrown in jail causing no harm to nobody. He also says he is a Christian which of course is a lie. No Christian would throw some one in a cage over drug use. We would try and help them. He also supports a flat tax which won't work. He also supports heath savings accounts.

Oh and to all of you gun owners... here is an exact quote by Ben Carson. “It depends on where you live. I think if you live in the midst of a lot of people, and I’m afraid that that semi-automatic weapon is going to fall into the hands of a crazy person, I would rather you not have it.” Yup.. He is no different than the left.

He also praised Paul Ryan's Budget which does nothing whats so ever. It was complete non sense.

I don't know how many times I have to tell people that Mr. Ted Cruz cannot be President yet every Establishment Republican is in denial. Rubio is the biggest fraud ever. I'd take a fly over Rubio. Chris Christie.. lets not go there. I'm already mad just saying his name. Carson won't touch the Fed. He won't touch the IRS. The Drug War will still exist and he just might help push more gun laws. Why in the world are the Rhinos pushing this guy? Oh wait.. I know.. Its because they really are a bunch of Fascists. They are just like the Liberals. I see no difference.

Now they are saying Rand is an isolationist. Great! Didn't we hear this before in 2012? I love coward Americans who are pro war or pro going into somebodies Country yet they sit at home and eat cake while others die for them. And for NOTHING!!!!

I am sick and tired of the non sense that goes on this Country. How can 50 year old's still not get it after all these years? I figured it out in 3 years. Its like they take word by word what was said by the media. Nobody has initial thought any more. Its what ever Fox says. Its really pathetic to me.

More information on Ben Carson - http://www.dailypaul.com/308850/ben-carson-on-the-record Provided by Stonewall Jackson

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Thank Liberty !

Another person in my little state that understands !!!

Life is a sexually transmitted disease with a 100% fatality rate.
Don't Give me Liberty, I'll get up and get it myself!

Ineligible Republicans

include Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, Rick Santorum and Bobby Jindal.

What is the official position of the Daily Paul? When the above are mentioned with respect to their potential to be a candidate for President, it should be pointed out that they are not eligible since they are not natural born citizens.

I accept the definition found in Minor v. Happersett. A natural born citizen is one born in a country to parents who are its citizens. Ted Cruz misses that definitiion by a mile since he was born in Canada to an American mother and a Cuban father. Bobby Jindal arrived in the U.S. from India in his mother's womb. Marco Rubio's parents were not citizens when he was born. Rick Santorum's father was not a citizen when he was born.

Mario Apuzzo on his blog has been debating this issue for years. Sooner or later this issue has to be settled.

Of course, let us not forget Ron Paul, who said he would be laughed out of Congress if he challenged Obama's eligibility.


Thank you, LibertyorDeathNJ !!!

LibertyOrDeathNJ, Bridge and tunnel People can be wrong

“But the real reason that they put it [2nd Amendment] there is recognizing that there could come a time when our government itself could go off the rail, and could try to dominate the people, and the people would need a mechanism of defense for themselves,” said Carson. “I would never allow the Second Amendment to be jeopardized.”

Law-abiding citizens absolutely should have gun rights
Ben Carson said he changed his mind and was against gun registration because "sinister internal forces" could surface in that scenario. He "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, "I would never advocate anything to interfere with Second Amendment rights; however, I do think we have to be intelligent"ÿand address situations where people with AK-47s are mowing people down.ÿ "We need to discuss, 'Is there something we can do?'ÿ We have to keep in mind that law-abiding American citizens absolutely should have gun rights."
Source: Tony Lee onÿBreitbart.com , Mar 10, 2014

Law-abiding citizens have right to guns without registration
He "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, "I would never advocate anything to interfere with Second Amendment rights; however, We have to keep in mind that law-abiding American citizens absolutely should have gun rights." Q
Source: Breitbart.com, "Martial Law," by Tony Lee , Mar 10, 2014

Semi-automatic weapons ok in countryside, but not cities
Appearing on Glenn Beck's radio show this past week, Carson took a vastly different stance from most conservatives on the issue of gun control, claiming you shouldn't be able to own semi-automatic weapons in large cities.

Asked by Beck for his thoughts on the Second Amendment, Carson gave the popular pro-gun argument: "There's a reason for the Second Amendment; people do have the right to have weapons."

But when asked whether people should be allowed to own "semi-automatic weapons," the doctor replied: "It depends on where you live. I think if you live in the midst of a lot of people, and I'm afraid that that semi-automatic weapon is going to fall into the hands of a crazy person, I would rather you not have it," Carson elaborated. However, if you live "out in the country somewhere by yourself" and want to own a semi-automatic weapon, he added, "I've no problem with that."

Even criminals have the right

Even criminals have the right to be armed. Everyone has a right to defend theirselves.

Please come join my forum if you're not a trendy and agree with my points of view.

So he

flip flopped? Who does that remind you of?

CARSON: Why did the founders give us the Second Amendment?

When I was in high school, I joined the ROTC initially because I was attracted to the uniforms. I figured they would provide an opportunity to escape the constant berating by fellow students owing to my outdated clothing. I was fascinated with the guns and became an excellent marksman, winning several marksmanship awards.

I also led a drill team, which was very advanced with the art of disassembling and reassembling military rifles in record time. I advanced through the ranks, eventually becoming the city’s ROTC executive officer and was offered a scholarship to West Point.

I gained great respect for the military and its role in procuring and maintaining our freedom. I also gained great appreciation for firearms, as well as an understanding of how they can be used for great good or great harm.

Read more: http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2013/dec/10/carson-livin...
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“It depends on where you

“It depends on where you live. I think if you live in the midst of a lot of people, and I’m afraid that that semi-automatic weapon is going to fall into the hands of a crazy person, I would rather you not have it.”

I kind of agree with this. Hate me if you want! But if you live in NYC or Chicago, you shouldn't be allowed to have certain weapons. It's just too easy for accidents to happen. For example, If you're cleaning your weapon and it goes off and kills your neighbor's child, that is just plain wrong.

There are just too many idiots in the world and many seem to congregate in heavily populated cities. I you feel the need to live with idiots, do so at your own demise.

I feel this is a city or state issue. If NYC says no guns, well, you can vote with your feet. There are plenty of States where you can live out your military desires.

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Well then

Add all arms to your list for banning,all arms hold bullets and can go off when cleaning.
Honestly,how do you think you can add or subtract what the 2nd amendment says or means?
You sound more like a liberal,do it for the children,do it for the women
and children

If we deny truth before your very eyes,then the rest of what we have to say,is of little consequence

I live in

NJ and I visit NY all the time. Law Abiding Citizens need a gun. There are way to many illegal weapons that roam the streets of NY and Gangs to. By your comment, it sure looks like you know nothing about New York.

Most Chicago deaths are caused by illegal guns.

1. I didn't say all guns. 2.

1. I didn't say all guns.

2. My sister lives in NYC. I lived there on and off when I was younger. I never needed a gun, never saw a gun, never felt unsafe. And I was young cocky guy that got into more than a few altercations at bars and clubs there too.

3. You live in NJ? LOL! Shows you don't really care about liberty, and you're a bit of a dummy! LOL!

You must

live in a hole. Not every one from NJ is stupid. In fact, I know many Ron Paul supporters in NJ. It seems like you are a little butt hurt about me attacking Ben Carson. Truth hurts doesn't it?

Then you lived in the little rich spots. I can take you to many places in New York and I bet you wouldn't even walk down the street.

I have the right to own what ever type of gun I want.

Everyone in Jersey is stupid!

Everyone in Jersey is stupid! Jersey is California's ugly step-sister. A state that only a complete moron would choose to live in.

I was in NYC in the late 80's early 90's hanging out with the punkers and rockers in Greenwich. I had long hair and a skateboard to defend myself.

I'll walk down any street in any city in the US. I grew up in Baltimore with a bunch of degenerates, so people don't scare me.

If people in NYC don't want guns, it's their right. Just like it's your right to vote with your feet.


I've been in California and we are nothing like them....Not even close. I bet you never even been in NJ. South Jersey is completely different than North Jersey. If anything Jersey is more like New York. Not good but South of Jersey is big on Ron Paul.

HA! Baltimore is so weak. We laugh about Baltimore.

Yes, NJ is just as Socialist

Yes, NJ is just as Socialist leaning as California but without the weather... this was my point.

Baltimore "weak?" I would call Baltimore many different negative things, but "weak" doesn't really get any type of point across.

I laugh at Baltimore too. And the the rest of the US... that's why I voted with my feet and left.

Big, fat, obnoxious, loud, ugly and dumb... this is how I would describe many parts of the US--not all--but many.

Yes, we do know many Ron Paul supporters here in NJ.

Many of us have kept in touch and have become friends, since the campaign days when we were getting the message out there without any help whatsoever from Ron's own campaign.

I met so many wonderful people at our campaign headquarters that I don't remember all of them by screen name. I have a recollection of meeting you, too. Am I wrong?

“It is the food which you furnish to your mind that determines the whole character of your life.”
―Emmet Fox

Yes you do have the right,

Yes you do have the right, don't tread on us!

And if it ever gets to tyrannical for you up there, we need more of your kind in Texas!

Even if I don't own a gun?

From what I've heard about Texas, I think I'd be happy there.

“It is the food which you furnish to your mind that determines the whole character of your life.”
―Emmet Fox

Yes, Nonna, even if you don't

Yes, Nonna, even if you don't own a gun. Of course, you might get one free as a welcome present if you wanted...

We can see to that.

Well, thank you, Stonewall! Just make sure

it isn't loaded and I'll be alright. Here's a personal story you might enjoy.

When I was young, a friend invited me to stay at her family's home in northwest Jersey (it was redneck country back then). Her parents and grandparent were going away on vacation and there were 2 absolute requirements I had to meet before they gave my friend the go ahead to have me stay there.

First, they had to meet me (which I totally understood) and IF they approved of me, then

Second, I had to learn how to handle a shotgun! Being from a big city, I found that second one to be strange and hesitated. The old nonno (Italian for grandfather) liked me right away but, said I couldn't stay there, unless I showed him I could handle a shotgun and look like I meant business. He said it was for my own protection, since there was an insane asylum nearby, as well as a prison, with hardened criminals inside, so I had to play the part well, just in case of an escape. He said I didn't have to actually hit anything, since his grandkids were excellent with their shots.

Well, I passed the test and stayed at that house many times with my friends. Fortunately, I never had to use that shotgun again. I'd have shot my eye out, for sure. LOL

“It is the food which you furnish to your mind that determines the whole character of your life.”
―Emmet Fox

Nice story, lol!

Nice story, lol!

I know it used to really be the 'garden state'

Why would no Christian put someone in a cage

There's plenty of people in washington that should be in jail. Are you kidding me?

I think Ben Carson is a good man, he may not see things the way we would precisely like, but, the appeal, like Obama, is that he is an outsider. As much as we claim people are blind, this desire is inherent for people to have someone that is innocent or clean in terms of politics. I'll be honest, it has appeal to me....not Ben Carson per se but the idea of someone out of the system with ideas that sound reasonably close to what the average person would envision happening.

But no he's not ideal.

I don't think Jesus will run though and when he returns we won't be worrying about this stuff. There is no perfect person. But we need to move away from the direction we are going that's for sure.

Ben Carson

Yeah, Jimmy Carter was an outsider, a "good man". But a socialist in POLICY.


wouldn't throw you in a cage over marijuana. Carson would. Either way a lot of Religious groups are taking this guy serious and I just can't.

Do we ever learn

Do we ever learn? Obama was an outsider Hillary was the insider and look how Obama turned out. Yes he had voting records and Carson doesn't which is even more dangerous IMO. Just remember Obama said all the right thing before and during his campaign. Don't we ever learn?SMH

I believe the 50+

year olds get it, but they are too caught up in personal pride, hoping their long wasted votes on the GOP will somehow reverse in their favor, instead of admitting they have been fooled all those years by the false hope spoused by the GOP party. I have been working on my father who is in his early 60's for about 8yrs now, and he just recently admitted I was right all along, that the GOP is just as corrupt as the Dems. However, he still has this glimmer of hope, which comes up now and then, which I have to remind him, they are just playing on his psche, and will not do 'anything' to benefit him.

yep drives me nuts when I see

yep drives me nuts when I see idiot republicrats pushing Carson.

Cruz is a Zionist bootlicking Israeli-firster

Fuck him!