Wednesday, November 7, 2012


"NEW YORK -- President Barack Obama did not just win reelection tonight. His victory signaled the irreversible triumph of a new, 21st-century America: multiracial, multi-ethnic, global in outlook and moving beyond centuries of racial, sexual, marital and religious tradition.

The Republican Party, by contrast, has been reduced to a rump parliament of Caucasian traditionalism: white, married, church-going -- to oversimplify only slightly. "It's a catastrophe," said GOP strategist Steve Schmidt. "This is, this will have to be, the last time that the Republican Party tries to win this way."
Come on GOP: time to get with the program! It's a big wide, non-religion based, nonsexist, multicolored world out there. Why don't you join it?? There's room enough for everybody to GO FORWARD.

I just came across this and thought I'd share it:

"America isn’t what you thought it was: Please remember, in 2008 Barack Hussein Obama absolutely trounced Republicans in Virginia. Virginia! The Old Dominion that is littered with landmarks dedicated to Robert E. Lee voted for the first black president overwhelmingly. You have been saying that Obama was going to change America. It turns out that America had changed already. That’s why you got Barack Obama in the first place."

1 comment:

  1. "This is, this will have to be, the last time that the Republican Party tries to win this way."

    This is where evolution will be proven. Either the republicans will change and adapt to the new reality or they will go extinct like the dinosaurs. Truthfully, I do not think they will be able to adapt. The republicans have built themselves a house of cards. If they go socially moderate they lose the Bible thumpers which still makes up a huge part of their base. Plus, the damage with the Hispanics is already done, a few tokens like Senator Rubio will not forgive all the bad blood the republicans have sown.

    But I do expect the next republican presidential ticket to have some minority on it.