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Dr. Ben Carson Describes Difference Between Liberals & Conservatives… In Just 30 Seconds!

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Posted: July 16, 2014
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At about the :28 mark (above), watch as Dr. Ben Carson — who is quickly becoming the leading voice of conservatism in America — describe the difference between liberals and conservatives. Brilliant!

“I tend to be more conservative. Because I tend to belong to the what I call the Logical Party or the Common-Sense Party. And, conservatism tends to lean more towards common sense than progressivism does.”

Heck yes! Well said, Dr. Carson. As former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher once said, “the facts of life are conservative.” Conservatism isn’t a rigid ideology, as it is firmly rooted in reality and common sense.

In addition, Carson makes an interesting suggestion:

“I actually would favor a voting system, in which there were no political designations on the ballot, where you actually had to know what the person believed. You had to know how they voted in the past.”

Do you agree with him?

In addition, can a Doctor become President? The answer is: Absolutely.

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« Last Edit: July 17, 2014, 07:48:53 AM by rangerrebew »
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