A Math Lesson for Losers

November 9, 2012 at 2:32 pm / by

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After any election, you can expect the losing party to grasp for what they could have done to save the election.   The moderates in the Republican Party, who are essentially watered down liberals who don’t like paying taxes, are certain to spin the results.  Conservatives, beware!

Moderates like Karl Rove and his power happy cronies who smoke cigars in backrooms with democrats as often as republicans, while they send conservatives in their own ranks packing, will be on their high horse again, saying, “see, we need to be more moderate!”

How moderate do we need to be? More moderate than John McCain, Bob Dole, or Mitt Romney, Herr Rove?

Marco Rubio and Charles Krauthammer have established their bias when they said that the only way to win is to advocate for Amnesty. This is short sighted and insulting both to legal immigrants, and others who understand our immigration issues.  Rush Limbaugh spelled out the truth this week on his show.  The RNC says the lesson from 2012 is that we need to do Amnesty in order to win the Hispanic vote.  Funny, Reagan received 37% of the Hispanic vote in 1984 being Reagan.  He did Amnesty in 1986 and his VP was rewarded with a 7% drop to 30% of the Hispanic vote after doing Amnesty.

No matter what line the stubborn RINO voices want to sell, they cannot falsify basic math.

Leftists and moderate Republicans ramble on about how we have lost the black and Hispanic vote, and with those two groups growing in number, maybe Republicans can never win again!  Hyperbole.

I have long enjoyed immersing myself in other cultures.  I live very close to the border of Mexico, and most of my friends and my children’s friends here are from Mexico.  I listen to them, and I know that their biggest hesitation with the Republican Party is that the candidates on the national level don’t seem to understand that they have worked hard to get here, and many feel it would be wrong to allow others to stay illegally.   That is not what they are looking for in a leader.

If you spend time in these two very important demographic communities, you learn quickly about their sense of family values, their willingness to work hard and pay their own way. Certainly there are freeloaders in any population, but just like most of American, the freeloaders are the exception. Clearly, the Reagan – Amnesty – Bush history tells us that Amnesty is not the solution, but then what is?

Another clear truth of the exit polling is telling us is that making the case to oppose Obama was not enough. What every American instinctively knows is that no one really knew what a Romney Administration would deliver. We assailed the empty promise of “Hope” with an equally empty promise of “Change” in Romney. Isn’t that ironic.

How many Americans could speak with any certainty about what Romney would enter the White House with? Would we have pro-choice, pro-universal healthcare Governor Romney, hedge fund manager Romney, or candidate Romney with lots of vague policy positions?

They don’t want more handouts; they want a party who understands their value of religion, and family.   Most Hispanic groups are Catholic, and very pro-life.  The moderate Republican, in refusing to discuss the holocaust of abortion, have alienated Latino Catholics who would vote republican  (and often do on more local races).

The same is true for the black community.  They understand three things that republicans never discuss:

1)   God is God and He isn’t Allah or Buddha or anyone else.  Black churches worship God like nobody’s business, and if the Republican Party were truly the party that stood up for our Christian heritage, it would win these people who are passionate about their faith.  The Republicans kept God in their platform, and the Democrats voted against God in their platform three times.  But then the Republicans never used that in the campaign so the faithful were largely unaware.

2)   They understand precisely where abortion clinics are.   I was schooled in this arena when I was a crisis pregnancy counselor in the City of St. Louis.  The young women who had been coerced into abortion by Planned Parenthood told me that a known eugenicist, Margaret Sanger, whose goal in life was to see the black race eradicated, founded the organization.  Obama and Biden lied in the campaign when they said that Planned Parenthood provides mammograms.  It doesn’t.  Yet the Republicans never even set the record straight.  Further, the argument for many is not about whether or not abortion is “safe and legal” as the Democrats have successfully argued.  Black families know that $1.5 million of their tax dollars go to fund this genocidal organization every single day!  Then Republicans refuse to discuss the matter, and ask for their vote.  What is to make the black community, with their history of defenselessness against tyranny of the powerful, think they are safe in the hands of Republicans when Republicans won’t defend the defenseless?

3)   They know what has happened to their families.   The social welfare system has torn apart black families, and created a cyclical poverty for them that holds many enslaved to a dependency on government because they have no where else to go.  This is a racist crime, and yet the Republican establishment is too sheepish to even confront this issue!

As long as Republicans try to hide their faith, their defense of the defenseless, and their dedication to the Rule of Law and the US Constitution, they will continue to lose.   Karl Rove and company needs to move along.


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Dr. Gina Loudon

Dr. Gina Loudon is the host of Smart Life with Dr. Gina on MoneyBizLife Network seen every weekday in cities around the country on BizTV and heard on the BizTalkRadio Network. She is a frequent guest on Fox News and Fox Business Networks and has appeared on other networks including Al Jazeera and Comedy Central's Daily Show with Jon Stewart. Dr. Gina is a psychology expert, anchor, WorldNetDaily and columnist, and is the co-author of Ladies and Gentlemen: Why the Survival of our Republic Depends on the Revival of Honor. Her new book (co-authored with Ann-Marie Murrell and Morgan Brittany) What Women REALLY Want comes out later this year. She also appeared on Right Wing News' list of hottest female conservatives in new media. Dr. Gina saw the inside of politics while spending 14 years with her husband, Senator John Loudon, in the Missouri state capitol. She moved to Southern California in 2012 to fight the culture war and began with a bang by doing a prime time ABC reality show.

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  1. Truth to the forefront says:

    Gina, Please interview Ann Barnhardt. She can be found on the web. There is a real faith in God from Ann.

    Ann has a lot of information that would assist many here in what is truth going on today in America.
    It will be interesting to hear what you say once you do talk with her.

  2. EdC says:

    The main thing that needs to happen with conservatives is to embrace the policies of the Tea Party, and divorce themselves from their forcing lunatic candidates on the Republican party that suffer from foot in mouth disease! The”Tea Party candidates” have cost the Republicans at least four senate seats in the last two cycles. We would have been rid of Harry Reid two years ago, but that nutty Sharon Angle got pushed by the Tea Party. Now we are stuck with him until 2016!

  3. So agree with your article. I found myself shouting at the TV so many times because I felt the attacks by the Democratic machine were being left unanswered. Conservatives should not second guess their value system they should just make sure the messengers are better vetted. I think we will moving forward and those republicans who are deeply embedded with the cronies will see their lights dimmed soon.

  4. John V.Rigdon says:

    Words ANYONE can understand. You forgot to close with,(I know you are too much a Lady to use the phrase) “Grow a pair! Be a Man or at least borrow your wife’s spine!” BUT! Even with his “shrinking violet” approach, the failing to “Ali Grunge” after the higher than registered voters numbers came in says his heart wasn’t really in it. Great article. Simple, easy to understand Arithmetic.

  5. GovernmentObserver says:

    Let’s get this one point correct…….The GOP Platform which provided NO EXCEPTIONS for rape, incest or the life of the mother is not only unacceptable to thinking Republicans….but obviously is dead-on-arrival with most Independents and the vast majority of the Dems.

    Obama and Axelrod played the “war on women” card well. The GOP responded with it’s ridiculous platform. Toss in some brain-dead extremists like Akin and Mourdock, and TA DAH!!! We get 4 more years of BARACK, JOE, HARRY AND MICHELLE.

  6. GovernmentObserver says:

    It’s also obvious that the Evangelicals in the GOP couldn’t get past Romney being a Mormon.
    So rather than have Romney, THEY NOW GET OBAMA…….CONGRATS!!!!

  7. slybo says:


  8. Rob Morse says:

    Dr. G, I’m not sure it is a matter of ideology or governance any longer. Government has grown so large that it serves itself rather than needing to serve us. Winning elections may simply be a matter of money. Are the Republican candidates supposed to offer unionized state workers and the unemployed MORE money than the Democrats?

  9. Right on Gina! The sooner we can send Karl Rove packing, the better off the party will be.

  10. Susan Bruce says:

    Don’t you all know we have 30 republican governors and 4 woman and 4 of color and charm. The Democrats have a only one of each. We are still in the ball game for sure.
    Susan from Maui, HI

  11. I had really hoped that the empty promises and failed policies of the first term of Barack Obama would have sent many disenchanted moderate liberals and independents over to the Right on election day. I was energized by Romney’s selection of Paul Ryan, someone whose vision for the economy I have admired since first watching him at the Health Care Summit in 2010. I was pleasantly surprised at the first debate by how Romney outperformed the president. Despite all the costly smear campaign advertising by the Obama campaign, I figured that moderately educated and intelligent Americans would see through the rhetoric and stay focused on the stranglehold that this administration has had on our economy for the past four years. Talk of rape babies and big bird and binders was just junior high libspeak to pull in the naive and impressionable…it couldn’t be possible that people would re-elect an economically incompetent, minimally patriotic president with no roadmap to a better America…all because of some lukewarm election year epiphanies on gay marriage and a fabrication of the ‘oppressed and disadvantaged American woman’.

    The day after the election, I was shell shocked…How could this happen??? Could 51% of Americans SERIOUSLY ignore the financial implications of a second Obama term?? I did some deep introspection…having facebook discussions with liberal friends over Obamacare and what it really means for the future of health care, the impending fiscal crisis, entitlements in desperate need of reform and regulation…when it all comes down to it…what many Americans really care about above all else are their personal freedoms. Now, I don’t believe that Mitt Romney was a threat to my or any other American’s personal freedoms…but apparently, an impressionable America did. 51% of them. How will Republicans EVER hope to win a Presidential election with this voting population? Now, it’s true, this election was won by demographics and geographic location…heavy populations of blue voters in the inner cities and metropolitan areas. What can we Republicans do about this? We CAN’T change people’s personal values and religious convictions. We are now dealing with a new generation of young voters from non-traditional families, who have been taught tolerance and political correct behaviors even in the schools systems. We can’t change that either.

    Now, I’m very conservative in my personal values for myself and my family, but through my almost two decades as a registered nurse working in the inner cities and lower income areas…I have evolved in my acceptance of all people, within legal and relatively moral parameters. I frankly could not be bothered with fighting for the sanctity of marriage between a man and a woman…especially when that sanctity has been broken by adultery and deceit even within our own party. Do I have personal religious beliefs regarding homosexuality? Perhaps…but when it all comes down, does two men getting married and sharing benefits and working and paying taxes really require the utilization time, energy and tax payer dollars petitioning to prevent? Who are they hurting? I have similar opinions on other special interest topics, but I’m rambling. So I’ll end my comment with this thought…If we can’t bend in our tolerance to special interest populations that reside and vote in this country…I cannot see that we will ever have another Republican living in the white house. This election was proof in point. America sacrificed the hope of a recovery and stability in our economy to have a president who ‘preached’ tolerance. If we ever aspire to repair the assault of this progressive agenda administration and salvage what we can of this economy…we are going to have to sacrifice the imposition of our personal religious and beliefs and values on the rest of the country. I just don’t see any other way around it. This society has been corrupted over the past 40 decades…and we will never have the opportunity to turn it around, if we don’t start somewhere.

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