It's a pretty sad reality, but the Reds are in a downward slope and it seems the only way they can win any elections is by redistricting, and even then, public support is waning. Trust me, and you can look back on this blog four years from now and tell me I was wrong - I won't take offense.
The Republican party will never win a national election without the people they hate most - Latinos and Gays. Period. And aside from that, Asians were the fastest growing racial group in 2012, bet you didn't know that either. So we can only imagine how much more diverse this country is going to be in 10 years. Hell, 4 years - who am I kidding?
According to USA today, "President Obama starts his second term with a clear upper hand over GOP
leaders on issues from guns to immigration that are likely to dominate
the year, a USA TODAY/Pew Research Center Poll finds. On the legislation
rated most urgent — cutting the budget deficit — even a majority of
Republican voters endorse Obama's approach of seeking tax hikes as well
as spending cuts."
And here's the real kicker... Only 22% of Americans want to be known as Republicans. Pretty sad huh? You can read the article here.
I have friends who are Republicans, but they are more fiscally conservative individuals, and I understand that. I respect them. But for those who tell us how we should live, who we can love and who we can marry. That is none of their f--ing business.
I will be shocked if I ever see a Republican president for the remainder of my life. They would need to drastically change for that to happen. And throwing Marco Rubio and Susana Martinez in our faces is not going to make it happen.
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- Blade 7184 aka Peter