Several speakers (potential candidates) established powerful credentials. Keep in mind six other potential top tier candidates were not at the Summit. For seven of those at the Summit, we’ll publish them here, making your look at each easier.
Dr. Carson has already established himself as a critical national asset as we face the damage caused to our nation and the world by that crowd of leftists led by President Obama. He provided the clearest and moist compelling argument for the repeal of the ‘Affordable Care and Patient Protection Act’ I have heard to date.
If you watch Dr. Carson’s speech to the end, you will agree will more clearly see America’s challenges and almost certainly determine to join with him and many in making a difference for America’s restoration. Perhaps you will support his emerging campaign for President.
I believe Dr. Carson is deeply wrong, not in placing so much emphasis on education, but how he implies it will all work out. Dr. Carson opens his speech with the declaration that we can all be successful if we get an education. No one thinks or would argue that being ignorant is the road to success. But to “get an education” in most of America’s government (public) schools and our university system would to acquire a mis-education. So very much of what you had been taught is true is false. This system—this business model—must be replaced and discarded. That is the task Dr. Carson, or someone with a similar national platform, must.
Dr. Carson powerfully and effectively ended his speech, as he leaned on the last phrase of each stanza of our National Anthem with this profound truth, “It is impossible to be free if you are not brave.”