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Republican Challenge With Blacks and Hispanics

Kittyman Wrote: Apr 09, 2012 8:54 PM
The republican base is as you describe but most republican lawmakers allow far too many loop-holes for their big business buddies which is after all, corporate welfare.
Steve276 Wrote: Apr 10, 2012 7:35 PM
Both Parties have done the same thing when in power to do so. Tax breaks are only part of the equation. Government subsidies, grants and favors of all kinds involving regulations have been the political payoffs for members of both parties forever and it needs to stop. It won't until the voters demand it.

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...