Laura Ingraham hosted Dr. Ben Carson, Director of Pediatric Neurology at Johns Hopkins University.
Carson said he has a thick hide and said liberals who spout this are acting against what they always preach. He said he's not running for office and questioned the decisions of ideological politicians.
Carson said he's retiring in 101 days. He plans to speak up and to talk about ideas that are logical. He would say to President Obama that he has the chance to be a great president by stopping his war on America with his economic policies. He thinks Obama has heard these ideas before, but doesn't buy into them. He said he's had Democrats encourage him to run. He's not planning to run unless there's an extraordinary circumstance.
Carson said we should look to Canada's guest worker program and that we should follow the laws we have on the books. He feels gun control should be a local issue. He also thinks health care should be in the hands of those who practice medicine. He wouldn't get rid of Obamacare without something viable to replace it. He said hospitals are on top of dangerous bugs, including the super bugs.