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Saturday, February 9, 2013

Dr. Ben Carson Speaks Truth to Power at National Prayer Breakfast

WOW, just WOW! If you haven't seen this powerful video yet, you MUST watch it now!

Watch this powerful speech from Dr. Benjamin Carson, a director at Johns Hopkins and a devout Christian who also happens to be black. Watch him talk about personal responsibility and how he rose from poverty because of the choices HE MADE. He also speaks about how being politically correct is dangerous as is the $16 trillion deficit we have. And he does all of this at a gathering where President Obama is and is sitting right next to him. Watch Obama's expression during the entire speech of utter contempt he has. He rarely even cracks a smile and NEVER applauded any of the things Dr. Carson said even though the audience did many times. I don't know about you but the first thing that came to my mind is THIS GUY should be our president! Take a look now.....


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PFb6NU1giRA&feature=player_embedded

2 comments:

  1. That was absolutely AWESOME ! Absolutely the best speech I’ve heard in a long time, and he didn’t even use a Teleprompter.
    Obama had a look on his face like he just crapped in his pants.
    He looked pissed off and couldn’t hide it.
    Anyone who tells Obama where he can go is OK in my book.
    THANK YOU! Dr. Carson.
    I don’t think that BO appreciated it though. BO did his best to appear indifferent about it, But you can bet your life that he took it all in and didn’t like what he heard. That was perhaps the most inspiring speech I have ever heard. I wish that everyone would take heed to this man’s philosophy, Obama particularly.. Dr. Carson you have just became a man of importance!

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  2. he proves what real struggles of black America is and how he refused to become a victim. Very inspirational.
    Unlike Obama who hung with rich white elites who grew up in the most Anti American Country and uses anger and blame. Not inspirational at all.
    Thanks Ron

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