Now that President Obama has won a second term, the GOP is suffering anguish and are searching their souls for a way forward; and immigration reform is correctly first on their list. Clearly, the National demographics have changed, as there are more Hispanic voters voting Democrat, and the number of old angry white males is declining. The GOP knows they must find a solution to immigration or—absent successful gerrymandering—they will likely never be able to win the Presidency again. What then?
As strongly as I disagree with some of the GOP’s views, I do not disagree with all of them; and I for one believe we are all better off with a competitive, reasonable, and rational Republican Party. Our system of government requires at least two established parties to function, and more would be very welcome.
My question is, why are we only now noticing the dichotomy of the GOP? Yes, national demographics have recently reduced their voting power; however, why have we never addressed the fundamental contradiction within the GOP, and the Christian theme they use to hold it all together?
The Super Elites have ingeniously aligned closely with their hard right followers on religion (Christian), essentially creating a symbiotic alignment that serves only the Elites—even to the detriment of the RAFRs—yet somehow the RAFRs fail to recognize the deception. This Christian connection makes it impossible for the RAFRs to abandon their Elite brethren, shackling them to a political Party who does not begin to serve their interests outside of the Spiritual realm. I would go so far to say the great majority of RAFRs are ideologically held hostage to their party and so caught up in the propaganda of hate and misrepresentation that they have forgotten to reason for themselves. Religion alone is tying them to the Super Elites.
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