VIA| For the last 48 hours, Dr. Ben Carson has been defending his powerful comments about the Oregon murders. He said he wouldn’t just sit there and wait to be shot… he would fight back!
Liberals are anxious to destroy Carson, but he didn’t take the bait. Watch (below) as he explains to Fox News’ Megyn Kelly about the importance of addressing serious issues in society.
The part of the interview I liked the most is with his wife, Candy Carson. She’s equally brilliant and – unlike Michelle Obama – she sees the importance of parents (not the government) raising children properly. And they both released a new book about Constitutional liberties.
If elected, an added benefit of a President Carson would be having a 100% classy First Lady with wisdom gained from a lifetime of hard work. That’s why she’s being called “The anti-Michelle Obama.”
The daughter of a teacher and a factory worker, Candy Carson grew up poor in inner-city Detroit with four siblings. She earned a scholarship to attend Yale University, where she met her future husband and fellow Detroit native. Mrs. Carson triple-majored in music, psychology and pre-med. She played violin for the Yale Symphony and Bach Society. Just as her church-organist mother insisted that all her children learn to play instruments, Mrs. Carson formed a string quartet (two violins, cello and viola) with her own three sons dubbed the “Carson Four.”
Feminists loved Mrs. Obama’s relentless jokes openly denigrating her spouse’s shortcomings as a husband and father on the campaign trail. Victory did not improve her dour disposition. Even after moving into the White House and enjoying multiple taxpayer-financed vacations around the world, President Obama’s bitter half bizarrely lamented her plight as a “busy single mother.”
So. Put. Upon.
By contrast, Mrs. Carson revels in her role as family matriarch and life partner in her husband’s endeavors. “The calling of a neurosurgeon isn’t easy to live out, and Ben has been required to go above and beyond the call of duty many times,” she writes in her upcoming memoir, “A Doctor in the House.” “The life of a neurosurgeon’s wife isn’t much easier. But it’s all been worth it. Together, we’ve been through poverty, tragedy, wealth, and joy, and I’ve come to love Ben more as each year has passed.”
She has faced discrimination in her life, but she doesn’t let that define her. She grew up poor and that made her be a good steward of her money. Now, the Carsons have been so successful that they started the Carson Scholars Fund charity to fund 7,000 scholarships for gifted students who give back to their communities. She is a role model for young women everywhere…
This is just one more reason why Dr. Carson would be an incredible President!