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Republicans Need to Reach Minorities

Mr Huehls Wrote: Dec 17, 2012 1:48 PM
College students have just left 4-5 years of liberal indoctrination. Most of them go to big cities and vote. Republican political candidates are demonized to a captive audience of our children for 12 to 16 years of their educational experience. Our children have been turned into liberals by their teachers. Republicans are not liberals for the most part. Republicans need a basic message of education that reaches the young teaching them the truth about liberalism, the function of economies, and the finances of government. The audience is largely only semi literate, and lives near a subsistence level. The message needs to be short, simple, and directed to their daily life experience.
Stuart95 Wrote: Dec 17, 2012 3:23 PM
I put it to you that many of those college students are just as suspicious of BO as they are of Republicans. It's just that the Democrats spook the young people with lies about abortion, war, minority rights, etc.

Ron Paul was the only Republican candidate who could fill a college gym with raucous supporters.

There's a lesson there if the Republicans are open for suggestions.

The biggest story of the past election was how President Obama’s team was able to get his interest groups to the polls and how correspondingly the Republicans feel behind on certain interest groups. It is clear Republican failed to capture the votes of Hispanics, Asians and other groups. So let’s take a look at where they are and what they need to do.

To discover what happened one has to look at what the Republicans have been doing and why they failed to attract certain voters. The first and most important point is not that they have failed policies or...