In an interview with RFDTV he talks about burger, bees, and immigration.
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Ben Carson says that, despite reports, he has nothing against red meat. The retired neurosurgeon and Republican candidate for president, who reportedly embraced vegetarianism decades ago, denies that’s the case and says he actually enjoys a good meat dish now and then.

Being a vegetarian can hurt a candidate among Republican voters, as the GOP generally has an unfavorable or neutral view on vegetarianism. According to a 2013 survey conducted by Public Policy Polling, 30 percent of GOP voters view vegetarianism unfavorably, while 38 percent view the practice favorably, and 32 percent are unsure how they feel about it. By contrast, 63 percent of Democratic voters have a favorable view of vegetarians and only 16 percent unfavorable.

Carson was most specific when talking about immigration. Like most other GOP candidates, he said the country has to first seal the border. But he said it would be impractical and too costly to try to depart the 12 million or so immigrants in the country illegally.

Instead, he said “we have to give them the opportunity to become guest workers.” He said that would require the migrants to register, pay a penalty and pay taxes going forward and would not give them voting rights or citizenship. He said such a program would be helpful to the agricultural and hotel industries.