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Is Demography Destiny?

NewJAl Wrote: Nov 14, 2012 6:41 AM
What stuck with me is that income disparity narrowed during Reagan's terms. i will go with that, so many here it. I can, once again, invest in the notion that a rising tide raises all boats. I am also impressed that Alan Combs, if that is how it is spelled, thinks considering Obama a extreme Socialist or Marxist an indication I belong to the far right lunatic fringe. I go by who Obama always was with, and is with, now. Seldom cut an paste, but it is worth emphasizing the character of Obama's closest adviser.She said-- "After we win this election, it's our turn. Payback time. Everyone not with us is against us and they better be ready because we don't forget. The ones who helped us will be rewarded, the ones who opposed us will get what the
NewJAl Wrote: Nov 14, 2012 6:43 AM
Not too successful, but what pasted is enough. Jarrett is considered a Marxist, and her father is known as such. And I will mention that Obama's choice for Green Energy Czar was Van Jones.
Scrap Iron in Texas Wrote: Nov 14, 2012 7:16 AM
And Obama was mentored by a communist- Frank Marshall Davis.
His mother's parents were also marxists, as was his mother.
And the story that Obama came from humble beginnings is pure BS.
He went to some of the finest schools, all private.|
No, he came from a life of privilege.

Some media pundits see in the growing proportion of non-white groups in the population a growing opposition to the Republican Party that will sooner or later make it virtually impossible for Republicans to win presidential elections or even to control either house of Congress. But is demography destiny?

Conventional wisdom in the Republican establishment is that what the GOP needs to do, in order to win black votes or Hispanic votes, is to craft policies specifically targeting these groups. In other words, Republicans need to become more like Democrats.

Whether in a racial context or in other contexts, the...