Ben Carson to endorse Trump

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March 11, 2016

Ben Carson watches as Donald Trump takes the stage during the CNBC Republican presidential debate at the University of Colorado, Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2015, in Boulder, Colo. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)

Ben Carson, who dropped out of the Republican presidential race just last week, will endorse front-runner Donald Trump on Friday.

Trump confirmed the endorsement during the Republican presidential debate Thursday night.

The retired neurosurgeon plans to hold a press conference at 9 a.m. ET Friday to announce his support, sources told Fox News.

The backing from the outsider ex-candidate, who captivated conservative voters with his unconventional campaign, could give Trump a boost as the candidates charge into critical primaries next Tuesday in Florida, Ohio and three other states.

  • ADRoberts

    Something is wrong here. After the foul things Trump said about him, there is definitely something wrong going on. Bribed? With Trump’s record, probably.

  • Richard Hennessy

    I’ve lost all respect for Carson. It appears he’s just another “go along to get along” Republican, such as have helped the Democrats to create the mess we have now. We need someone who has shown the moxie to oppose the Washington establishment, including Republicans–Ted Cruz.

    • Mike N

      I also have lost respect for Ben. I think he is still bitter over the Iowa situation in which Cruz himself had no involvement. He never forgave Cruz. Carson is not the person I thought he was. Giving Trump the two votes of his supporters is not going to make much of a difference anyhow.

  • used_to_be_a_liberal

    Oh No! [lol] What is Glen Beck going to do now? I can just see him, pulling out his hair, or what he has of it.

  • Ken says

    Larry J/O must think Dr Carson cares if he is “disappointed”. Carson. like Trump is a Moderate that embraces many Conservative ideals. They are both against continuing a Government run by the Establishment and their Liberal RINO and DEM Puppets. If the last 27 years of Establishment control has provided the Government that you are so happy with – there are 5 candidates running against Trump that you will find perfect to continue the destruction – you have Rubio, Sanders, Cruz, Clinton, Kaslich – they all offer more years of Establishment control with Professional Establishment Politicians.

    • Mike N

      How can you possible think of Cruz as establishment or a RINO. The establishment doesn’t like him because he doesn’t go along with their policies. Most people consider him far right. Trump if any fits the mold of a RINO. Look at his past and policy on some conservative issues.
      http://home.wavecable.com/~mtnavarre/page12.html

      • Ken says

        Mike – don’t be confused – Trump is a Moderate and has never claimed otherwise though he holds many Conservative views. Cruz comes to the campaign with most of the same credentials Obama came to the voter in 2008. Both are Harvard graduates – lawyers – no real World work experience, no people skills, loners not recognized by colleagues, Professional Politicians. Obama’s wife was just a government employee. but Cruz gets two up on Obama his wife Heidi along with Ted are mentored and promoted by the Bush Family and White House. Ted was guided into Texas politics – the “poor boy” – religion raised – “Conservative” staying low profile but Texas was getting wise to Ted. In 2006 Heidi was boosted into Goldman Sacks as Vice President of Wealth Management – she was there for the run up to the Crash in 2008 and guided Goldman Sacks through the Crash (aka the Bail Out) and was rewarded with a seat on the Board in 2011. Heidi is also on the Council on Foreign Relations along with Bill Clinton and old man Bush along;with International mega wealth and power brokers. the primary purpose of laying the ground work for a One World Government, The CFR was funded by the same Wealth Group that funded and organized the Federal Reserve System. She is also involved in the ultra Conservative United Nations and the campaign for Countries Without Borders.(one of the Bush Families big drives. The “Conservative Poor Boy” Ted borrowed a couple million dollars from Goldman Sacks and CITI (yep both failed and bailed banks) both loans are to “fund his political campaign” and both are signature loans “unsecured” – imagine a poor boy borrowing millions of dollars and doesn’t even have to put up his 1998 Chevvy for collateral.

        Ted is not just sleeping with the enemy. Ted and Heidi Cruz are the enemy. Professional Establishment Politicians – a real Power Coupled running for President.

        • Mike N

          Comparing Cruz to Obama is ridiculous and you know it. Going to the same school, being lawyers and such things as first term Senators does not make them similar. It is like saying apples are similar to oranges because they both grow on trees. Working or borrowing money from Goldman Sacks has nothing to do with who they are. Like I said Trump favors subsidies, RFS and ethanol. Only a big government liberal would favor that. Trump supporters are similar to those in a cult. Facts don’t matter.

          • Ken says

            The important fact is the voters won’t have to worry about Ted and Heidi winning and going to Washington and flipping them off – the chances of being nominated are slim to nothing and the chance of Hillary not eating him alive and winning by a landslide if he were nominated are astronomical. She would love to have him run against her.

          • Mike N

            The only place we agree is that Trump will probably be the nominee and I fear if he is Hillary will be our next president. Hi unfavorability rating is nearly 70% and I fear that will keep him from getting elected. I would have trouble voting for him, but will because it is imperative that we don’t get a dem in office.

          • Ken says

            Thanks for being realistic – I am very serious. A Moderate that has some Conservative principles is better than anything we have had for 27 years. In a post i just put on one of yours I said I hoped this election cycle would would be a learning experience for you – I see you have already done that.

          • Ken says

            You must be reading Tea Party polls they use to get some money rolling in, That’s OK – you believe it – it keeps you from doing anything damaging.

          • Mike N

            Ken I will be honest with you I just don’t get the Trump phenomenon. He is like a cult leader who has people under his spell. There is nothing presidential or conservative about him. Those that support his will not change no matter what he does. He has used the system and been all over the place with his political beliefs. I’m sure by not you have looked at my WEB page re Trump. It says everything. I know it won’t change those that are Trump supporters, but hopefully it will inform those who are vetting the candidates.
            http://home.wavecable.com/~mtnavarre/page12.html

          • Bill Hartman

            Reagan was a liberal. A union leader. But eventually, he discovered that what he had believed was wrong. Perhaps a former liberal has advantages over someone who has never actually held such Utopian views. It would be nice if Trump works out that way.

          • Mike N

            I’m not so sure that he was a liberal. He was a democrat, but the democrat party was different back then. Also even if Reagan was a liberal it didn’t take until he was in his sixties to figure it out. I came from a liberal family and I figured it out in my thirties and I don’t consider myself as smart as Trump.

          • Ken says

            Mike it is really simple to understand Trump having success. Of the 6 candidates running for President, Kasich, Sanders, Cruz, Clinton, Rubio are Professional Politicians – had Trump not entered the race and talked about what the voters know is drastically wrong with our Establishment controlled Government they would still be kissy faced and butt patting each other. Trump is the only one that is listening to what the voters are really concerned about. He is a Moderate – but a Moderate that addresses problems is far better than more of what we have had for the last 27 years. Another revelation is Trump is the first choice the voters have had since 1988 that was not picked by the Establishment, The Establishment and their Professional Politician Puppets should be running scared – they are about to lose their control of the Government.

          • Mike N

            Ken contrary to many of the Trump supporters you sound like a reasonable person, but we have strong disagreements. First I want a strong conservative. Yes what is called a far right conservative. To me that is one that strictly follows the constitution. One that does not add or take away from it. Cruz has proven that he is a conservative. His conservative rating is 97. That means not all his votes are perfect, but close to it. I’m not sure what Trump is since he has been liberal until a few years ago. Second I don’t see being a politician as being a negative. I would rather have a politician that is a proven conservative who is not one of the establishment crowd than an outsider that has a good talk, but has mostly been a proven liberal. He could have changed, but that is a risk I am not willing to take. Although I disagree with you I see you as being different from many Trump supporters because you have a reason for supporting Trump and not doing it by calling Cruz a RINO or claiming that he is not eligible. Cruz is eligible and is a proven conservative so that is a bogus claim. I am passionate about the election because our country is at stake. I don’t know what kind of President that Trump will be, but that is not a risk that I am willing to take. Also I’m not sure he can beat Hillary. Most polls say he can’t. That is not another risk I am willing to take. There are too many people like that don’t like Trump. He is a narcissist and I don’t trust narcissist since it is about them first and everything else second. That is the reason he has so high negatives. A lot of conservatives will not vote for Trump no matter what. I think that is wrong, but that is a fact. I couldn’t put out a yard sign for Trump, but I will vote for him if he is the nominee. If you have looked at my WEB page you can see that I am very active politically and very well informed and also as you would probably guess very opinionated.
            http://home.wavecable.com/~mtnavarre/page12.html

          • Ken says

            Mike – It has been a pleasure exchanging some thoughts on politics with you. I respect you because you are an intelligent and sane individual. You are right that we don’t agree on some things but I believe we both have Patriotic hearts. Best Wishes….Ken

          • Mike N

            I agree. Congratulations on Trump’s victories. It will be interesting to see what happens in the coming primaries with Rubio out. I believe Cruz will get most of Rubio votes, but am not sure if that will be enough.

          • Ken says

            Thanks – I have been on the phone most of the evening and smiling a lot. I’ve had a little fun with Hillary’s “lapse of memory”about “not one American life lost in Libya” and Kasich coming out in support of Obama’s Illegal Immigrant EO and George Soros putting several million into Kasich’s campaign fund. You are sure right on this will be an interesting Summer.

    • ADRoberts

      Trump is not a conservative. He is not even a moderate His record continues to show that he is a lying liberal.
      You can’t be PRO-LIFE and continue to give to PP.
      You can’t pretend to be against amnesty and tell the NYTimes editorial board that you are not really going to build a wall.
      You can’t be a conservative and believe in universal health care. And he does. He just stopped saying that when his advisors reminded him that we hate Obamacare.
      You can’t be a “Christian” and have the foul mouth he has.
      YOu can’t be a “Christian” and proclaim that you have never asked God to forgive you. It is all a lie.
      He says he will do more that waterboard terrorists. But he can’t. That would be breaking international law.

      He is playing conservative Americans. And they are buying it.

      • Ken says

        The hardest part of politics is that there is never a candidate that fulfills everyone’s hopes. This election cycle the voters actually have a choice for the first time in 27 years of Establishment control of the nomination in both Parties. There are 6 candidates running – 5 are Professional Politicians – one of the Professional Politicians is Hillary Clinton – she will probably be the DEM candidate. If you are happy with the last 27 years – vote for any of the Professional Politicians – they will all deliver more of the same. There is only one candidate that can beat Hillary in the General Election and that is Trump. Bernie will be history, Kasich is a RINO like his sidekick Bonehead, Rubio is a pushover that can’t get his shlt together even with the GOP backing him, Cruz has alienated so many voters he could only get 39% of the vote in his home State Texas and on a national election he goes down in a landslide.

        That is the Political Landscape in March 2016. It’s a free Country so you decide how to save what is left of our Country – Hillary can finish the plan to scuttle the USA if she is elected. I will vote for Trump and hope to salvage what is left of the Country and then build on that.

        • ADRoberts

          You are so transparent it is not funny. You are a Trump supporter. without a doubt. And your evaluation of Cruz is dead wrong. But then that is what Trump s also focused on as Cruz is the most challenge he has.

          YOU LOSE>
          And if Trump wins, you lose for sure. He is nothing but anoher Democrat, pretending to be a conservative.

          • Ken says

            Poor Babe – fasten your seat belt – it’s going to be a rough ride as the Establishment reorganizes for a Kasich/Cruz convention in July. To salvage what is left of the USA – stopping Hillary is job one – only one candidate can stop her. Trump 2016

          • ADRoberts

            You are the one who is naive. You think that they will go for a man who they have never been able to deal with because he would not negotiate? Are you kidding. The ‘brokered” convention will put either Bush or Rubio in as the nominee. And that is because the establishment still have control. And their men are Bush and Rubio.
            Play you “thinking ” games and see what Gomer Pyle used to say.
            SURPRISE, SURPRISE SURPRISE.
            Oh, and the polls I have been hearing say that Trump loses to Hitlery by double digits right now, while Cruz beats her.

          • Ken says

            Read “the Daily Caller” 3/14/16 – article entitled Who Is the Real Heidi Nelson Cruz. It also includes a comprehensive resume of Ted’s career. The main talking points are things I’ve been writing about for 8 months. It is the most complete history of the two Professional Politicians. DC is a Conservative new group and I was surprised to see this article by them.

          • ADRoberts

            You seem to be determined to twist and spin. I don’t care what the “Daily Caller” says about Mrs. Cruz. As far as I know they are soaked in Trump juice too. What I do know is the history of a good man who has worked hard for America. And he is facing a bald faced liar who was a flaming liberal untiol 2012, when he apparently decided to run for POTUS. And at that time, he started to REMAKE himself into a liberal. He has done a VERY POOR job of it as he isn’t that smart.
            1. Claim to be pro-life and still giving to PP
            2. Claiming to be against amnesty and then admitting to NYTimes that he has no intention of building a wall. It is just a “negotiating tool” to have said that.
            3. Was for universal health care. Then he wasn’t. Then he stated that he did not want people “dying in the streets.” So what is his REAL position and what is his “Say what it takes to win” position.
            4. Foul mouthed and yet claims to be a Christian
            5. When confronted with his lies, he does not deny that he lied. He just turns around and accuses Cruz of lying about him. Now do you get that. He did not want to say anything specific as he knew that EVERYTHING HE HAS done could be proven with a video.
            6.
            He is NOT a conservative. But he plays a conservative on TV. LOL

          • Ken says

            Whine whine whine – as I told Lois – the two of you should sit in the corner and play to relieve your self imposed stress.

          • ADRoberts

            My how lacking in effectiveness is your attacks. Such a lack of substance. What a wimp.

          • Ken says

            To you I’m a wimp and to me you are such a pussy. At least I research the candidates and their voting records and background and you are to lazy to do that so just keep eating the BS they are feeding you. As I said several day ago – you are part of the problem and definitely not part of the solution. Have a good year.

          • ADRoberts

            Now you are just lying. And being nasty about it.
            God have mercy on you.
            Oh, and as a servant of Jesus Christ, I can assure you that I am not part of the problem. But you can’t claim that as is evidenced by your words.

          • Ken says

            Praise the Lord – why did it take you 4 days to admit you are a Religious Zealot/Bigot. As I have observed since last Spring – you and your little band give Christians and Conservatives a bad name. You have also rendered the TP dysfunctional and drifting.
            BTW: CBS poll earlier this month showed 47% of the Evangelicals support Trump – so they’re not all bad.

          • ADRoberts

            Check out what Revelation says about YOU. Yes, you are there. The Church of Laodicea. You see, God expects those who serve Him to be EXCITED about Him being their God. He likes people who are SOLD OUT for him. Like Paul. And the disciples. And Mother Theresa. And Billy Graham.
            But you? You are LUKEWARM. And you get really angry at those who are not as worthless to God as you are.
            Oh, and those 47% who support Trump, SUPPOSEDLY. They are the 5 foolish “virgins” in the parable who thought they were going to heaven. But did not have what it takes to get through the “NIGHT”
            Now a challenge to you.
            How long has it been since you prayed to God, just because you wanted to be with Him and hear from Him and not been asking for something.
            How long has it been since you prayed and a miracle occurred as is required by Jesus Christ in John 14:12.
            How long has it been since you suffered for your faith? That is right. Jesus said you would suffer IF you were his servant.
            NOT YOU. You are worthless to God but get along with the world just fine.
            “Friendship; with the world is enmity with God. James 4:4.
            And you thought you were going to heaven. LOL

          • Ken says

            Jesus just rolled his eyes and said – is this what we call a Christian now – he doesn’t even need us – he does the judging for us.

            You are definitely in the small group of “Christians” that give Conservatives and Christians a bad name.

            The refreshing fact is that in your small group there are 47% that are voting for Trump – At least 47% are still capable of rational thought and Christian action. EOC

          • ADRoberts

            And you are definitely a member of the Church of Laodicea at best.
            At worst, you are a servant of satan. And you know which.
            Your imagination is that Jesus rolled His eyes. And you are the one who does not know to capitalized even pronouns like “HIS” when you are referring to God.
            You also do not know that though God does not NEED us, He chooses to work ONLY through men. It has to do with his creating us and setting it up where we have free will and have to CHOOSE Him. He likes to be chosen.
            But you would not know that either.
            And then there is YOUR faulty analysis of those who claim to be evangelicals who also claim to be supporting Trump. Since you don’t understand Christianity, it is certain that you have no idea how many of those “evangelicals” are hypocrites.
            But that is not a concern of you because that does not fit your agenda.
            God have mercy on you and you presumption that you know anything about God or Christianity.

          • Ken says

            Get a grip – on yourself

          • ADRoberts

            It sure would be nice if you had an actual response to what i post in stead of backhanded worthless comments.

          • ADRoberts

            You are not a wimp. You are just a fake. Just like the Christianity of Trump. You have NOTHING to do with God. I bet it has been months since you even went to a church for any reason.

          • Ken says

            1-6 are rehashed old news but you still whine.

          • ADRoberts

            Note that you did not deny them. You think that by saying that they are “old news” that makes them any less relevant? Of course you would say that. But I will keep repeating what is true. Just like Cruz keeps pointing out that Trump is lying. And not even Trump denies the particular accusations.

            And then, to add to your assault, you call pointing out what Trump is, “whining”?
            You lack much. But for sure you lack integrity and respect.

  • Larry J. Overfield

    If Dr. Carson endorses Mr. Trump I will be very disappointed in him, and he will lose my respect. Mr. Trump is not a conservative Constitutionalist, he is a national socialist.

    • Ken says

      Hey Larry J/O – “disappointed”? Is that your way of saying the last 27 years of Establishment run Government has been to my liking and I am voting for more of the same. Trump is the only non-Establishment candidate running and you are correct – he is a Moderate – you will be happy with any of the other 5 candidates – Rubio, Sanders, Cruz, Clinton, Kasich – any of them offer you more of the same – all Professional Establishment Politicians.

      Hmmmm – you seem to be part of the problem and obviously not part of the solution.

      • Larry J. Overfield

        Disappointed means just that, disappointed. No secret meanings behind it. I thought Dr. Carson was God, family, country type of man. Mr. Trump is Trump, Trump, Trump type of man; if Dr. Carson and your self cannot see that, then I realize you will never understand the depth of my disappointment.
        If you believe Mr. Trump is part of the solution, then you have no idea what the problem is, and I doubt I will be able to explain it to you.

        • Ken says

          Larry – you are correct – having dealt with the “problem” for the last 27 years it is very clear that you are part of the problem and definitely not part of the solution. Fasten you seat belt – the Establishment is not going down without a fight – you may want to find a safe space hiding with the Professional Politicians.

          • Larry J. Overfield

            Ken, I do not understand how you get the idea I am part of the establishment. You make this statement on a few things I have said on this blog. I believe everything I have said is based on two foundations I hold, the Bible, and the Constitution which is based in God’s word. That being said those two foundations that I hold goes against the establishments foundations which is money and power.
            Mr. Trump is all about money and power, same foundations as the establishment, if then you are all out for Mr. Trump then that makes you part of the problem.
            Jesus says in Matthew 6:24 ” … You cannot serve God and money.”
            As for me and my house I choose to serve God and the two documents that reveal Him, the Bible, and the Constitution.

          • Ken says

            I was correct – part of the problem – You have the Bible and the Constitution drowning in muddy water. The Bible is the foundation of your religious beliefs and is a Right provided to all Citizens by the Constitution and Bill of Rights. The US Constitution and Bill of Rights are the framework of the US Government. What you are advocating is a Theocracy and you appear to be Theocrat. Your goal is to dismantle the Constitution – Over 225 years ago we threw out King Richard and his Church of England Theocracy. Thank God there is only a small demented group advocating this. Your saving grace is you have freedom of religion in the USA – go for it.

          • Larry J. Overfield

            I am convinced that your study of history begins with your own prejudice. The constitution does not give me the right to believe and trust in God, it protects that God given right. You misunderstand the founders incentives behind the Constitution.

            You speak about the Constitution and the Bill of Rights yet you leave out a very important document the Declaration of Independence, “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights; that among these are Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness; that, to secure these rights, governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed;”.

            It has been said that the Declaration is the golden apple, and the Constitution the silver frame around it, and provides the structure. The Constitution provides the answers to the 27 grievances raised in the Declaration. It is my hope and prayer that you will approach your study of history with a mind ready to perceive the intent of the writers.

          • Ken says

            Well written with lots of flowery words without substance or action. Like I said – Part of the problem – enjoy your Constitutional Rights – they are there for all Citizens – keep doing what you have for the last 27 years and you will continue to enjoy the Government you elect – hopefully the polls and statistics being generated are accurate and enough voters are fed up and aware of the situation to initiate the effort to save the USA – Trump 2016

          • Larry J. Overfield

            I hesitate to answer your last post because what I see is a lot of repetition you use the phrase “the last 27 years” five times; repetition is a technique Mr. Trump uses very well. Another technique he uses is an attack on the person or the words used; such as in your own response to me, “lots of flowery words” but refuse to address the issue. The issue is that we need someone who knows the Constitution, and is willing to work within the enumerations of the Constitution in all branches of government. I don’t expect you to go and study any of our founding documents on my suggestion, after all you consider me part of the problem and not part of the solution, (you accused me of that three times). Besides those documents are just full of a lot of flowery words like, “life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness”, “consent of the governed”, oh ya, then there is this from the Constitution, “We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.”
            I know I’m not full of a lot or original thought, I just like to work on the eternal thoughts that have sustained us since the beginning of Creation.

          • Ken says

            Yes I do repeat myself. Working with so many voters that require hearing the facts 9 to 12 times before they finally realize – OMG! I’ve been screwed for the last 27 years – control of the White House and Congress keeps changing but the same Progressive agenda keeps moving forward – The majority of the players are on the same team and the Establishment runs the show. WOW imagine my surprise!!!

            You are not going to change and will continue what ever it is you do – it’s a free Country so enjoy. I will not give up trying to keep the Country from being a sinking ship and fight for as much Constitutional Government as we can restore with Rights for ALL Citizens. Come November we will see who is pouring champagne and who is crying in their beer.

          • Larry J. Overfield

            My prayers go out to you Ken, and I like you will continue to fight and vote for Constitutional government. That includes voting for someone who knows the Constitution, not the art of the deal.
            Thank you for the stimulating conversation; only in America can we have that, at least for now.

      • Mike N

        You Trump people have to intimate that Cruz is a RINO to Justify your support for Trump who is not a conservative. Like Larry says he is a narcissist who only cares about Trump, Trump, Trump!!!!

        • Ken says

          Intimate No – hard cold facts – Ted and Heidi Cruz are Professional Establishment Politicians. It is impossible to be a Conservative and be a VP at Goldman Sacks from 2006 through the run up to the 2008 Crash – guide the bank through the Bail out with no convictions of criminal wrong doing and rewarded with a seat on the Board in 2011. Heidi is also on the Council on Foreign Relation and active at United Nations Countries Without Borders. Millions in loans from Goldman Sacks and CITI – both “fail’n’bailed” banks – unsecured signature loans – stated purpose “to finance campaign”. Conservative credentials just don’t get any better than this. Heidi and Ted Cruz are the Power Couple – Professional Establishment Politicians.

          • Mike N

            Why do you want Trump? Don’t give me his mantra that he can make deals, that he can make America great again or that he is rich so he is not obligated to anyone. He is all talk and very persuasive. He is a narcissist and narcissist are experts at that. He is not a conservative which his past proves. Ted Cruz is. Ted is not an establishment politician like you claim. He is hated by the establishment for not going along with their liberal policies. Where Heidi works has nothing to do with the decisions Ted has made. You are just fishing for anything that makes Ted look bad. He has not been bought by anyone as you suggest.

          • Ken says

            I hope the next 8 month provide a learning curve for you and you can see politics for what they really are. You are probably a nice guy but as naive as a new born babe or you’re up to you neck in the Tea Party dysfunction.

          • Mike N

            Ken I may be a lot of things, but naive is not one of them. I am active in politics and have been for years. I have been a PCO for two terms. My parents were liberals. Through the years I evolved. I believe in small government (as small as possible). We should not have the Dept. of Education, EPA and other such departments. I believe in state rights, basically the constitution. That is not naive. I read political news three or more hours a day. I designed and maintain the WEB site for both the Island County Republican Party and the Camano Island Republican club. I could not do this without being current in what is going on in politics.. My opinion of Trump is based on his past history. His views have been mostly liberal. He supported Hillary and Obama. He supported single payer health care. These are facts. Sure you can say he has grown in his views. The problem is that he did this in his sixties. In spite of liberal parents I figured this out in my thirties. If he is supposed to be such a smart man why did it take him so long? He still favors big government as evidenced by his support for RFS and the ethanol mandate. Seeing Trump for what he really is is not being naive. Cruz is the only true conservative. Making decisions on being informed is not being naive. Disagreeing with you is not being naive. I don’t know if you looked at my WEB page. I do not hide who I am and my beliefs.
            http://home.wavecable.com/~mtnavarre/mikenavarrepco.html

    • used_to_be_a_liberal

      Carson did endorse him. The speeches by both were good, and the question answer session was even better.

      • Larry J. Overfield

        I saw the endorsement, and the followup question and answer session. I was not impressed. It was the same empty promises with no plan; although I must say it was much more civil.

        • used_to_be_a_liberal

          fair enough, we all have our opinions.

          • Larry J. Overfield

            Thank you, I agree with that, and I will fight to the death your right to have yours.

  • Nana

    Dr Carson and Mr.Trump became close friends when the dr. was still in the primaries. Mr. Trump was very angry when Cruz pulled his trick to steal the doc’s votes. I was hoping Carson would endorse Trump because so many want to see them both in the Whitehouse. They can trust each other if they can’t trust anyone else.

  • Jim Lockwood

    I agree with Ben. As much as I don’t like Trump, I know we need to change the culture in Washington. And without Ben who would change it. All I know is we can’t go on, business as usual!!!

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