Carson first made inroads among conservative activists just two months ago for criticizing -- with President Obama on hand -- the national health care reform law during an address at the National Prayer Breakfast.<quoted text>
He did amazingly well at tanking any presidential hopes!
Send your lead monkey racist joke to him.... I'm sure he'll love it trash bag!
He has since continued to receive accolades from the right for his well-received speech at CPAC and a series of high-profile media appearances, in which he has demonstrated a frank and unapologetically conservative approach that has many in the Tea Party ranks heralding him as presidential material.
fter first telling Politico last month that the chances he would make a White House run were “incredibly small,” Carson brought the house down at CPAC when he spoke of a scenario in which “you magically put me in the White House.”
Then he upped that ante in an interview with the New York Times, striking just the right tone of sounding interested in the idea -- in the manner of someone who might be called to public service rather than coveting power aggressively.
“Certainly, if a year-and-a-half went by and there was no one on the scene and people are still clamoring, I would have to take that into consideration,” he said of a potential 2016 campaign.“I would never turn my back on my fellow citizens.”
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