Republicans losing heart, having to learn impulse control

Lessons learned.

Roxanne Rubin was a loyal Republican who worked on the Las Vegas strip. She hated the way Democrats got away with cheating our American voting system.

“This has always been an issue with me. I just feel the system is flawed,” she told the AP Thursday. “If we’re showing ID for everything else, why wouldn’t we show our ID in order to vote?”

So last November she decided to do something about it. Roxanne decided that she would vote twice. That would show everybody.

Rubin voted at the Anthem Community Center in Henderson. Later that day, she appeared at a Las Vegas polling station at 9725 S. Eastern Ave., and attempted to vote a second time.

A records search showed she already voted, but Rubin insisted she had not and should be allowed to cast a ballot. Poll workers did not allow it…

Rubin’s deal requires her to pay $2,481 to the state in restitution, complete 100 hours of community service, stay out of trouble and complete an impulse control course.

Oh sure, go and hassle the Republican. A Mexican immigrant votes ten times before breakfast, do you ever see that in the news? Does a prosecutor ever bring him before a judge? NO. Because liberal media communism. His oldest kid can barely walk, but they gave him a trophy. His wife can’t add two and two, but they made her an accountant. She’s got a corporate job with a salary and a company car. ‘Kim Kardashian’? Really?

Roxy wasn’t the only fematriot who’s had enough.

Bay Buchanan, a top Mitt Romney lieutenant who’s been involved in politics ever since serving as treasurer of Ronald Reagan’s 1980 campaign, saw last November’s loss as a signal to get out of presidential politics.

“It was so tough. It was brutal,” she said of the loss to President Obama. “I think it’s the toughest because we really expected to win it,” added Buchanan, a former Treasurer of the United States who also ran her brother Pat’s three campaigns for president.

“I thought to myself in November, I have another career in me,” Buchanan said. So two days after the election, she started an online real estate course and now has her sales license and a firm: McEnearney Associates Inc. in McLean, Va.

Is there a lesson here? Maybe don’t watch Fox News, that’s a good one. Also: Be careful what you name your daughters, that’s important. ‘Bay’ and ‘Roxanne’ come with some risks.