Sticking with Trump if He Shot Somebody Is Like Hillary’s Wish for Benghazi or FBI says Dr. Ruhling

Brash statements from politicians are not a good sign. Mein Kampf – My Struggle is the type of promises we hear from those promising to change everything, but from that book came something still worse. In a house of cards with so many freedoms flapping in the wind from executive orders, anything can happen and we need someone who is careful with steady hands and a clear mind to do what they say they will do, says Dr. Richard Ruhling, retired physician and author.

PRESCOTT, AZ – 25 Jan, 2016 – Donald Trump said, “I could stand in the middle of Fifth Avenue and shoot somebody, and I wouldn’t lose any voters.” That suggests arrogance by him and ignorance by his supporters. Many a truth is said in a jest but we already have arrogance and lack of accountability in the White House.

A visit to and a click on Positions shows five areas: US-China Trade Reform, Veterans Administration Reform, Tax Reform, 2nd Amendment Rights, Immigration Reform. They are also addressed at but Carson has more topics not seen on Trump’s site like Education, Healthcare, Pro-life, Foreign Policy, Government Reform with Term Limits, Special Interested in Washington.

If we listen to Trump, we might be struck by his lack of substance. Visitors to his events say the focus is being #1, but why? More than one observer has said things like WND columnist Thomas Sowell: “I listened in vain for any evidence or logic that would provide a reason to vote for Donald Trump… There were lots of ringing assertions… but no convincing facts or demonstrable reasons.”

Sowell adds that a desire for someone ‘new and charismatic’ got Russia Lenin. We need to support someone with principle who can stand up for the Constitution and do what’s right – not someone who can “stand in the middle of Fifth Avenue and shoot somebody” and expect support.

May God help the FBI and Department of “Justice” to hold Hillary accountable for all the lies and misuse of her office as Secretary of State. If one does a little research, the picture is appalling. The last thing we need is someone who supports policies of the last seven years.

Dr. Ruhling is a physician who taught health science at Loma Linda University. He disagrees with Carson’s view of vaccinations, saying that some pediatricians who don’t vaccinate don’t see autism in their patients; Quakers are another example. Ruhling’s ebook, Why You Shouldn’t Ask Your Doctor is at and more info at

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