There has been a lot of talk about the Republicans shooting themselves in the foot in the Nov. 6 election. Some are saying they should have had less to say about moral issues. Some Republicans even blamed two senatorial candidates because of their strong stand against abortion.
In their attempt to win points with the liberals, the Republican apparatus pretended to believe that Todd Aiken was soft on rape and that Richard Mourdock believed that God approves of rape. In reality, the self-inflicted wound by the Republican Party was failing to take a strong stand on morality. They should have stood behind Aiken and Mourdock, and their failure to do so deprived us of two honorable men, who are truly conservative, in the Senate.
Our problem is not with RINOS (Republicans in name only) but with CINOS (Conservatives in name only). Now, with all of the post-election analysis the Republicans are being advised to soften their rhetoric on abortion. In a recent Fox News interview, John McCain urged Republicans to drop the abortion issue.
It is absolute insanity to believe we can separate the economic from the moral. Our economy is in its dire condition because of the immoral conduct of our elected leaders. They have lied to us, stolen and misappropriated our money, using it to promote moral evils throughout the nation and the world.
The Democratic Party, with little protest from Republican leaders, have corrupted our elections. We will probably never know whether Obama really won the election. The government - no matter which party is in power – will never be able to solve our problems. We must turn back to recognition of God.