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Republican Challenge With Blacks and Hispanics

Dan774 Wrote: Apr 09, 2012 8:52 AM
where the minority representation is the majority in that district. This is a travesty. Every district in America should maintain the demographics of the populations in this country. That way the representation is of the American culture not some specific minority identified social group. Compounding that problem has been the political racism of the national communist Democratic Party to destroy the black population in America, their culture, their families, and make them but political slaves; convinced that they must worship the government, the Democrats, for their very existence. Resulting in the fact that we find that by having more births financed by the government, only accelerates the number of minorities born. This has increasing soc
Dan774 Wrote: Apr 09, 2012 8:52 AM
our governmental design; that we will be the first. Little understanding that it is those who come to this nation who do not accept the wonder of our governance; then their very residing within our borders destroys that wonder.
Dan774 Wrote: Apr 09, 2012 8:52 AM
social costs society while providing nothing back to society.
Let's compound the problem, instead of having an immigration policy—where one must assimilate into the society—we now have an open border policy where people come to America cutting out small niches of their own burrows of the society from which they came. They come not to America to become Americans, they come to America for the economic opportunity—the hell with becoming Americans.
50 years of incorrect immigration policy is not the foundation to preserve a society. There is no multiracial society known in the history of man that has been successful, developing a better future going forward. Not a hypothesis, a fact. This nation has some illusion because of the wonder of our go

National Journal’s Ron Brownstein provided an eye opening reminder in a column last week about the impact of changing ethnic demographics on America’s political landscape.

The flashing red light of Brownstein’s message is pointed to the Republican Party.

America is changing inexorably into a country that is less and less white and the Republican Party remains today a party whose base is overwhelmingly white.

Brownstein estimates that Barack Obama could be re-elected this year with as little as 39 percent of the white vote. He notes that in 2008, when Obama won with just 43% of the white vote, it was...