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The GOP -- Not a Club For Christians

oldshortfatboy Wrote: Dec 12, 2012 3:11 AM
Which makes me wonder what Goldberg means when he writes, "there's no disputing that Christianity is a major source of strength and inspiration for many Republican activists. This is nothing new and, generally speaking, there's nothing wrong with this." Generally speaking, anyone? How can there be something wrong with it, Goldberg? Should we recant our Christianity to be less offensive to every muslime, perhaps? That would make obozo happy.
oldshortfatboy Wrote: Dec 12, 2012 3:13 AM
Goldberg's use of that "generally speaking" is just out of place in that paragraph. Whatever he's trying to say didn't work out well at all, to me. I just can't fathom how drawing strength and inspiration from my faith is, "generally speaking," not wrong.

In the scramble to make the GOP more diverse, a lot of people are looking at Asian Americans, whom many believe are a natural constituency for the party. I would love it if Asian Americans converted en masse to the Republican Party, but the challenge for Republicans is harder than many appreciate.

President Obama did spectacularly well with Asian Americans, garnering nearly three-quarters of their vote. This runs counter to a lot of conventional wisdom on both the left and the right. On average, Asian American family income is higher and poverty is lower than it is for non-Latino whites....