How Can Republicans Win Again?

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  1. William Joyce
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    1. They can't. They are 90 percent white and minorities won't join. America is about to become minority white, so, bye-bye Republicans for good.

    2. They can, if they reach out to minorities and support issues they want, like amnesty for illegals and affirmative action.

    3. They can, if they reach out to whites more explicitly by opposing illegal aliens and affirmative action.

    Your idea?
     
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    Obviously you didn't get the memo. We are white, irrelevant people.



    Bush the chimp will soon be gone.. relax, the whole wide world will love you again.. relax, you will have a reduction in yer taxes,, relax you will have health care just like congress,,, or so says thebrockguy. so just relax all is well in the universe bush the chimp will soon be gone. :eusa_whistle:
     
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    They need to reach out to hispanics that are already citizens. Hispanics have fairly traditional values.
     
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    Simple. Wait for Obama to enact some of his "encouragements". If he does, he won't make it a second term.

    If he sits back and does literally NOTHING, he probably WILL be granted a second term. It's how Clinton got 8 years.
     
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    I was thinking about this today as well. Obama may not do anything radical in his first term. He may wait until term 2.
     
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    they can win by picking bobby jindal for the 2012 race.. he is the only one that has a chance of touching obama at this point.. read about it in my blog
     
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    No way is Bobby going to be the icon of republicanism in the next 4 years. Can't see it happening and I'm hoping that it wont.
     
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    Return to the stances of conservatism... and follow thru on them... smaller government, removing entitlements everywhere.. fiscal accountability and budget wise spending.. national security.. call upon and educate on what the country was set up to be government wise... nail the liberals for their nanny-state approach
     
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    america is not gonna be majority non-white anythime soon, whites are 70% in this country, it'll be a while for that to be flipped
     
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    But awhile is 32 years, according to the U.S. Census bureau. That's not a long "awhile."
     

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