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The objectivity that you and I use to vote for someone generally is not used in minority communities -- yet. I believe it will be someday. But for now the conservative umbrella needs to use any morally acceptable lures it available. The Dems used that lure in 2008 and 2012. If the Dems are allowed to use it then there is no reason why conservatives can't be allowed to use it.
Conservatism is dead unless Jindal becomes the GOP candidate. More minorities must be brought under the conservative umbrella ASAP. Jindal can capture those votes. If the GOP looses the next election conservatism in this country will be dead for at least the next 100 years. We white folk see Walker as more conservative than Romney. But minorities see Walker as just another white face, then they turn off their ears and brains. The GOP candidate can't look white. It has to be Jindal. Independent minorities aren't going to vote for a white face, like Walker. Jindal can draw 15% of the Black vote, at least 50% of the Hispanic vote and 20% of the Asian vote. Those percentages, along with 99% of the conservative white vote would be devastating to the Dems. I personally would vote for Walker too, but my personal opinions won't get Walker elected. The GOP has to deal with rapidly changing ethnic demographics ASAP. I think all 3 of those demographics are absolutely hungry to vote for someone off of the plantation. But that someone has to look somewhat similar to them, or at least similar to their complexion. That those groups would use that as a criterion doesn't bother me. I only want to find a way to reach them. The GOP is running on vapors and has no time left for their traditional methods. 95% of Blacks currently vote Democrat. When Hermain Cain was still a GOP contender a few years ago, polls showed him getting between 25 to 30% of the Black vote. Was his face white, or black? Three times more Black's trusted him than trusted a white GOP face stating the same policies. That fact doesn't bother me and I hold no animosity toward the Black community for it.The reality of how Blacks and other minorities vote, and why, simply is what it is. My only motivation regarding this issue is that the GOP adjust their strategies based on the reality. Obama was a nobody in 2008, with no executive experience, but the Dems forced his candidacy to work. Why couldn't the GOP do the same thing in 2016, but with a candidate (Jindal) who actually happens to have stellar experience?
Conservatism is dead unless Jindal becomes the GOP candidate. More minorities must be brought under the conservative umbrella ASAP. Jindal can capture those votes. If the GOP looses the next election conservatism in this country will be dead for at least the next 100 years.
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The Black Family in 1965 and Today

JFK Democrat Wrote: Feb 26, 2015 10:53 AM
Liberals like Stevie will never understand the most simple rule of life: When you reward bad behavior you get more of it.
We white folk see Walker as more conservative than Romney. But minorities see Walker as just another white face, then they turn off their ears and brains. The GOP candidate can't look white. It has to be Jindal.
--- The GOP candidate must be Jindal --- Independent minorities aren't going to vote for a white face, like Walker. Jindal can draw 15% of the Black vote, at least 50% of the Hispanic vote and 20% of the Asian vote. Those percentages, along with 99% of the conservative white vote would be devastating to the Dems. I personally would vote for Walker too, but my personal opinions won't get Walker elected. The GOP has to deal with rapidly changing ethnic demographics ASAP. I think all 3 of those demographics are absolutely hungry to vote for someone off of the plantation. But that someone has to look somewhat similar to them, or at least similar to their complexion. That those groups would use that as a criterion doesn't bother me. I only want to find a way to reach them. The GOP is running on vapors and has no time left for their traditional methods. 95% of Blacks currently vote Democrat. When Hermain Cain was still a GOP contender a few years ago, polls showed him getting between 25 to 30% of the Black vote. Was his face white, or black? Three times more Black's trusted him than trusted a white GOP face stating the same policies. That fact doesn't bother me and I hold no animosity toward the Black community for it.The reality of how Blacks and other minorities vote, and why, simply is what it is. My only motivation regarding this issue is that the GOP adjust their strategies based on the reality. Obama was a nobody in 2008, with no executive experience, but the Dems forced his candidacy to work. Why couldn't the GOP do the same thing in 2016, but with a candidate (Jindal) who actually happens to have stellar experience?
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Bobby Jindal for President?

JFK Democrat Wrote: Feb 13, 2015 10:04 AM
Cal, Yes, Jindal for President. Go out this weekend and stuff that message down the throats of every GOP elitist that you can find. We're counting on you, Cal !
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Bobby Jindal for President?

JFK Democrat Wrote: Feb 12, 2015 5:29 PM
--- The GOP candidate must be Jindal --- Independent minorities aren't going to vote for a white face, like Walker. Jindal can draw 15% of the Black vote, at least 50% of the Hispanic vote and 20% of the Asian vote. Those percentages, along with 99% of the conservative white vote would be devastating to the Dems. I personally would vote for Walker too, but my personal opinions won't get Walker elected. The GOP has to deal with rapidly changing ethnic demographics ASAP. I think all 3 of those demographics are absolutely hungry to vote for someone off of the plantation. But that someone has to look somewhat similar to them, or at least similar to their complexion. That those groups would use that as a criterion doesn't bother me. I only want to find a way to reach them. The GOP is running on vapors and has no time left for their traditional methods. 95% of Blacks currently vote Democrat. When Hermain Cain was still a GOP contender a few years ago, polls showed him getting between 25 to 30% of the Black vote. Was his face white, or black? Three times more Black's trusted him than trusted a white GOP face stating the same policies. That fact doesn't bother me and I hold no animosity toward the Black community for it.The reality of how Blacks and other minorities vote, and why, simply is what it is. My only motivation regarding this issue is that the GOP adjust their strategies based on the reality. Obama was a nobody in 2008, with no executive experience, but the Dems forced his candidacy to work. Why couldn't the GOP do the same thing in 2016, but with a candidate (Jindal) who actually happens to have stellar experience?
Jindal is the only GOP candidate who can obtain significant percentages of non-white votes. Those votes will be needed for the next election and for all future elections. The GOP, or conservatives in general, have no chance if they don't start getting non-white votes.
You are incapable of making any points. Pressing the caps lock on your keyboard seems to be one of your greatest strengths.
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