Not so. I own a market research firm. I can tell you that the statistics and focus groups don't lie. And that is all comes back to demography, namely, your race, gender, age, income, education and whether you consider yourself religious or secular. Voting patterns are predictable and establish trends that have been measure -- in 20/20 retrospect -- to be ever-changing.
The GOP has a major image problem based on their platform and how it functionally panders to people like you. That makes you think your conservative message is all that the rest of the country needs to hear in a clear and concise way. Well, they have heard it and the majority of the country rejects it, just like the majority of the country rejects the extremely liberal arguments.
You continue to deceive yourself. But that's fine with me. Time will prove me right and you wrong, just as it has about gay marriage (I am not gay) in all my comments on this website for the last 5 years.
But one this I know for sure, someone will prove me wrong in ways I don't even know in due time, too. The future is unknown in the supreme.
Be glad for that as it keeps me gainfully employed and life interesting.