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It's Hard to Be a Republican

Salem5 Wrote: Nov 13, 2012 8:06 AM
Republicans won the White vote including White women and Youth. Democrats won 90+% of the Black, 86% of the Muslim, 75% of the Hispanic, and 73% of the Asian vote. This was a White versus Minority election. Without getting into the deeply analytical weeds as I'm prone to doing, based on the post election research I've combed through conservatism is what was defeated as it represents the majority of Whites and the country as our Founders envisioned is in an unalterable suicide death spiral down. Obama said before the 2008 election we were five days from transforming the country. It's a transformation towards 3rd world European Social Democracy. The problems are the majority want government in all facets of their lives except...
Salem5 Wrote: Nov 13, 2012 8:08 AM
sexually meaning conservatism is the minority ideology and after massive taxes coming in 2013 including with Obamacare, Cap and Trade, and Amnesty we have to realize our positions have been defeated and to win future elections the GOP is now in the prcess of fully acquiescing to the Democrats starting with Amnesty hearing Hannity, Krauthammer, and some Congressional members.

Lest I remind everyone. In 1986 under Reagan-Bush there was the Simpson-Mazzoli Amnesty Act. In 1988 George HW Bush was rewarded with, at that time, the lowest Hispanic vote support.
Even when the economy is terrible, when the incumbent Democratic president has not been able to demonstrate success on job creation or growth, and even when the standard of living for Americans is declining on his watch, the country will choose a Democrat "who cares about the problems of people like me" over the Republican. That alone is enough to make Republican heads spin for some time.

Many established beliefs about presidential politics have been proved false by Obama's reelection: 1.) The idea that, when unemployment is above 7 percent, incumbents fail; 2.) The notion that incumbent presidents who...