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Producer Jason Jones: “People who’ve run from Todd Akin are cowards!”

September 25, 2012 at 5:00 am / by

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Award-winning producer of the film Bella Jason Jones talks to PolitiChick Dr. Gina Loudon about the importance of standing up for Congressman Todd Akin.

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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, Politichicks.com anchor, WorldNetDaily and Townhall.com 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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  • Phil A. Buster

    Isn’t he in Missouri or somewhere? My Congressman is in a western state. He came out “against” Akin’s remarks. Why? Cowardice, I suppose. Afraid that if he didn’t do so, he would be accused of sexism or racism or something. Look, you don’t have to object to every evil ikn the world in order not to deserve to be accused of it. My western congressman should focus on his region and his role in Congress, not Missouri’s region and Missouri’s role in Congress.

    This is true whether Akin was right, wrong, or indifferent. It’s just common sense.

    Who hasn’t said something “wrong” or even rude and most likely evil? Should you be berated by your peers, or by Congress? Get over it. You made a mistake. Forget it. Apologize if you feel it’s necessary, but don’t obsess over it. There are more important things to actually do in life than to worry ourselves to death over someone’s personal beliefs, even if those beliefs are (shudder) different from mine, yours, or someone that objects to independent, nonconforming beliefs.