Ben Carson‘s aims for the White House were once thought to be a longshot, but polls show the famed neurosurgeon has some fight in him if the polls are correct. However, someone in his campaign decided to align his message alongside the Republican Christian rapper, Aspiring Mogul.
In the stacked list of Republican Party hopefuls vying for the nomination to represent the GOP in the 2016 presidential race, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker looked to be a top choice. Walker dropped out of the race Monday but considering the frontrunners and his poor numbers, he won’t necessarily be missed.
GOP Presidential candidate Ben Carson is a bigot, but it probably won’t hurt him in the polls. While on Meet The Press this morning (Sept.20), Carson said he wouldn’t vote for a Muslim president, period.
Ted Cruz, the Republican junior senator from Texas, threw his name into the hat for the 2016 race for the White House. Cruz is the first high-profile member of the GOP party to make such an announcement and has the attention of supporters by way of his various stances.
Ben Carson is not only a favorite talking head of the GOP—and a Black man at that—but he’s also a former neurosurgeon. His recent commentary on homosexuality might make you question how smart you have to be to perform surgery on human brains, though.
GOP candidate Richard Murdock has theorized that conception from rape is not a bad thing. In fact, it’s a “gift from God.”
Corey Poitier, a Black Republican from Florida that’s running for U.S Congress, has some people outraged after he gave a speech Monday night and denounced The President calling him “Buckwheat.” During his speech while downing the passage of the healthcare bill, Poiter compared the President to the Little Rascals character criticized for being a stereotype […]