How to Get More Minority Candidates for the GOP

Posted on February 8, 2013 1:00 pm

So Marco Rubio is going to give the response to the SOTU (in English and Spanish), and there is even a Time cover proclaiming him the Republican savior. Of course, the GOP does need to make more inroads with minorities if it’s to survive (and we need to get more of the country away from the “Yay! Government!” mentality if the country is to survive), and having prominent minority candidates out there should help with that. I don’t like pandering, but sometimes it seems like the easiest thing would be for the GOP to just put out an ad like this:

Are you a racial minority who doesn’t like taxes and government intrusion? Do you want to earn $174,000 voting yes and no on stuff?

Boom. We’d have tons of candidate to pick from. With unemployment so high for blacks under Obama, it would be nice for them to know the GOP is hiring.

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7 Responses to “How to Get More Minority Candidates for the GOP”

  1. Basil says:

    I’d run, but then who would keep the cadaver-sniffing dogs away from the tomato patch?

  2. Jimmy says:

    Rachel Lucas has some thoughts on the Republican Party here.

  3. Oppo says:

    #1. Henry Lee Lucas.
    #2. Rachel Lucas.
    #3 George Lucas: ““Clear your mind must be, if you are to discover the real villains behind this plot.”

  4. Carpenter says:

    The Leftist/Communist Media wants to portray Marcus Rubio as ‘The Republican Savior’ because they know that Rubio’s views on ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION further divides the party. They believe that HE is THEIR best choice in order to secure a victory for Democratic-Liberal COMMUNISM.

    The Left knows that the Libertarians and the Tea People will never support a candidate who believes in Immigration reform. PERIOD. They also must have something horrible on Rubio like he dumped his 1st girlfriend (after she supposedly got pregnant) or that it can be proved (by endless accusation) that he used the N-word on numerous occasions.

    If the Left is promoting someone as ‘our savior’ believe me there is something terribly wrong.

  5. Oppo says:

    Hey, Carpenter . . . I’ve been meaning to say . . . about the Caps . . . Oh, never mind . . .

  6. Oppo says:

    … on the other hand, I agree with the valid point you make: we should be suspicious of anyone the Left says is good for us.

  7. Writer says:

    Unfortunately, the Republican Party was founded on the principle of equality. Because of that, party members have difficulty choosing candidates simply for their Race.

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