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Maybe Minorities' Values Need Changing

ScienceSquid Wrote: Nov 13, 2012 12:27 AM
I was in southern CA the week before the election, listening to Spanish-speaking AM and FM radio. Easy to confuse with Castro's Cuba I'm sure. Race, class, gender. Republicans are rich, they are white, only they run businesses and pay low wages, and they hate hispanics. Hate, hate, hate them. Did I mention that Hispanics think republicans hate them?
Harold15 Wrote: Nov 13, 2012 7:13 AM
According to Howard Dean, when he was DNC chairman, the Republican party is made up solely of white males. According to this statement, there are no females or minorities in the Republican party. Chris Matthews echoed this statement a few weeks later. Shortly after taking office, Obama made a similar statement, but about wealth. According to him, the only wealthy people in this country are white. In other words, there are no wealthy minorities in this country. I took that to mean then when he said that the wealthy should pay their fair share (which they already more than do) wealthy minorities would be immune, since they don't exist.
David70 Wrote: Nov 13, 2012 8:31 AM
Can you say "gang bangers from south of the border?" Part of why I left Mexifornia, California no longer IS.
IsraelFirsterSecond Wrote: Nov 13, 2012 1:14 AM
Im starting to. They are parasites.
lcurlee Wrote: Nov 13, 2012 11:05 AM
starting to? ahahahahahahahahaha.... and I bet you worship and recognize God all over the internet pretending to be a Christian. Think you are under the Almighty's radar or something? Keep that attitude, please.. Republican party is on a fast train to oblivion and you have a reserved seat,

The most widely offered explanation for Mitt Romney's defeat is that the Republican Party is disproportionately composed of -- aging -- white males.

That is, alas, true.

But the real question is what Republicans should do with this truth.

There are two responses.

The nearly universal response -- meaning the response offered by the liberal media and liberal academics (and some Republicans) -- is that the Republican Party needs to rethink its positions, moving away from conservatism and toward the political center.

The other response is for conservatives and the Republican Party to embark on...