Republicans have big plans for Americans
by northgate64 - 11/8/12 11:48 AM
In Reply to: Simply -- by Josh K
inand at the top of the list is: make President Obama's last 2 years in office "a nightmare for him", according to a top GOP leader at the National Press Club's post election interview taped Wednesday night.
Secondly, the GOP admits Romney/Ryan last because of the combined impact of hispanic, African-American, gays, pissed off white men and anrgy women voters.
One individual being interviewed (there were four white men and four white women) added another faction of voters, described as the portion of Obama supporters who (not verbatim but right on point)were the lowest of the low (now who might those be?)
Third, when asked how to bring those described above over to the Tea Party and GOP before 2016, one astute gentleman adamantly stated "we need to find out what these people want, appeal to their values, like hispanics....they're big on family values....we cannot give them amnesty though or a short cut to citizenship, but there's a way to bring them across"' (not verbatim but 100% on point); they went on to say they've got to figure out what would appeal to these voters.
Don't you think they would have tried that BEFORE running Romney in 2012, propping up a big, rich, white guy with no tax returns, no domestic or international platforms other than keeping the rich rich, putting the rich in charge of creating jobs, letting the rich run Wall St., calmly sweeping the 47% under the rug.......then acting surprised, no, SHOCKED that hispanics, African-Americans and everyone else he insulted or threatened voted for Obama.
If that press conference reflects where the GOP stands right now, confused, out-of-touch, bouncing off the walls inside their bubbles, it will be a long time before Republicans are capable of selecting the right guy (or gal, God forbid) to run for President and then orchestrating a campaign that willget a Republican elected Presdent.
For the Americans who wonder why struggling, unemployed, retired and slave to fixed incomes ordinary Americans would vote for Romney even though they said they did not trust him, did not know what he stood for, tell us what you think of this answer, from a 70 year old Christian, white female whose 72 year old husband still has to work to put food on the table, when I asked her why she voted for Romney:
"I think Obama has done some good, but I'm not going to spend another 4 years letting a black man tell me what to do".
I'd say at least 90% of the people I questioned ON election day said they voted for Romney because he was white. Last question was: how wuld you have voted if Romney was hispanic?
They adamantly stated in a variety of was, some not so nice, they never ever would vote for a black man for any position on a ballot. "Most especially for President" a older woman interjected.
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