Just read some article about america and ID politics and the electorate
December 31, 2012
The thing that continues to get me about this story being told, that the growing demographics of PoC in america means that there will be more and more people depending on the government, and thus they will be more motivated by economics and not ID.
This, of course, leaves out the question of the fastest growing group, Asian americans, and how overall they are in a similar economic class as white people (despite the must be mentioned wide disparities within this very diverse population). I guess whoever wrote that article just hasn’t been paying attention to all the article wondering about why Asian americans overwhelmingly voted democrat, despite their alleged economic incentive to vote republican.
It is also annoying because the baby boomer generatoin and generation x are a large generation of white people who benefited from large govts and large govt spending but now that they have theirs, don’t actually want to pay for it anymore (especially not for ‘those people’ despite clear evidence that the majority of people on food stamps, for example, are actually white).
Last… it just ignores the fact that no matter how good the gop gets with their economics….
NO ONE WANTS TO VOTE FOR THE MORE OBVIOUSLY WHITE SUPREMACIST PARTY