Got this from National Review (I dunno, I signed up about 2011 to leave a comment or something):
Dear National Review Reader,
Please find this special message from our sponsoring advertiser, American Legacy PAC. This important support affords us the continuing means to provide you with National Review's distinctly conservative and always exceptional news and commentary.
National Review, Inc.
I’ve got some exciting news to share with you.
My friends at American Legacy PAC just launched an important new project called Save our Healthcare - and I will be serving as Chairman.
For the rest of Carson's vanity project see below the squiggly:
Let me tell you a bit more about what we’ll be doing, and how you can help.
When I spoke just feet away from President Obama about the dangers of political correctness at last year’s National Prayer Breakfast, many were surprised.
After all, my background is medicine, not politics.
But it doesn’t take a brain surgeon like me to see that America is facing serious problems. And right now, the number one problem is Obamacare.
Dropped coverage, failing websites, skyrocketing premiums - the list goes on and on.
I wish I could snap my fingers and make Obamacare disappear tomorrow, but we both know that won’t happen.
That’s why we’re launching Save our Healthcare - a national citizens’ effort to hold Washington accountable, re-center the healthcare debate around doctors and patients, and begin to answer the question of “What’s next?” - because real reform is absolutely vital.
Please join me, and sign our petition at SaveOurHealthcare.org.
It is our goal to recruit every American that believes we can do better than Obamacare, and make sure that our message is received loud and clear by every elected official and candidate in 2014.
Please sign up to support this project, and ask your friends and family to do the same.
Dr. Ben Carson
Chairman, Save Our Healthcare
American Legacy PAC
Run, Ben, Run!
Nice trick to build a mailing list from the ranks of the clueless, though.