tne number of men voting in elections has been declining for years.
According to CNN, there have been 12 consecutive elections since 1964 where women outnumbered men voters.
Republican women can’t do this alone. Why aren’t the men voting?
Time to turn back the clock when it comes to voting rights.
Yes, I’m perfectly serious.
The establishment will look at the exit polls and conclude that the next republican nominee should be pro-choice, pro-amnesty to cut into this Dem majority. Things will likely get much worse before they get better.
Some key stats to consider:
1) whites were 74% OF VOTERS in 2008. This time, just 72% of the voters where whites.
2) Surprisingly Republican turnout was not that great.
Romney lost OH by 100K votes. PA by 250K or so. FL will be loss of about 10K more or less.
I was always given the impression by Rove, Morris, Barone, and other conservative pundits ( and even Rasmussen ) that the GOP enthusiasm was GREATER than the Democrats and turnout would be great. Not so.
3) Obama lost over 4 million votes from 2008 and STILL WON.
4) The final Rasmussen Poll had a D+2 turnout model. It looks like for each point the Dems were over D+2, one point went to Obama (if Rasmussen’s turnout model is correct ).
The numbers that Bill Bennett had on his show this morning were that Obama got 74% of the Asian vote and 69% of the Hispanic vote. That is an enormous problem for the GOP in the future. Demographics is destiny...
Which raises the question: Did Rubio reject Romney or did Romney reject Rubio?
Rubio, at least, did have a chance to deliver a state.
Portman might have.
Women, blacks and foreigners will line their death nest with the remnants of a great civilization. They can have it. Better dead than red.
The problem isn’t women so much as the problem is single women, who want the government to be there to take care of them instead of the husband they don’t have. I think Romney actually won married women but lost single women by a huge margin.
How stupid can people be?
For 30 years, the frauds from both parties flooded the country with tens of millions of socialist foreigners and illegal aliens...While big gov public schools brain washed the youngsters.
And you’re now surprised?
America is over
it was fun while it lasted
A majority of voters voted for inflation, high unemployment, and jobs losses via businesses closing down. They were told and wouldnt listen. It will become evident as it happens.
Vultures feeding on America’s corpse.
When Romney stated that there was no sense in working to get the vote of the 47% he was exactly right.
Blacks , Hispanics, entitlement seekers and non-taxpayers were the 47% and they carried Obama. White women put him over the top. Not married White women mind you, but Lesbians, feminists, whores who wanted their birth control and abortions paid for, Young girls who don’t know any better. Married women should know better, and I believe they do.
Obama is a moron, but his election team is brilliant. They simply wrote off white working class men. Don’t need them, don’t want them.
It’s revenge time. They talk about going after the rich, but the rich isn’t who is going to get hammered, it’s white working class men who are going to be pummeled.
I think one pulled post is enough for me today.
It doesn’t help when you’ve got 2 brain-dead senate candidates who can’t answer a question about rape.
As for the non-whites, the idea that you can deport (or cause the self-deportation of) 12 million people is absurd on its face. Yet, so many people in the GOP primary clammered for that Myth got to the right of Perry to force him out. (I’m not saying Perry would’ve done any better.) The absolutist position on illegal immigration sure did not help with the narrative. Although Myth flipped on the dream act in the debates, too much damage was done already.
And the tush thumpers.. The tush thumpers love them some bammy too
What exactly has the GOP done to combat illegal immigration? Reagan granted amnesty and Bush 41 did nothing. I thought after 9/11 Bush 43 would have at least sealed the borders, but no.
Big business loves cheap labor and the GOP is the party of big business. All the years of the GOP accepting bribes from big business (in the form of campaign donations) have now come back to create serious trouble for the party.