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    Re: GOP brand pronounced dead in deep-blue California

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    ......Good luck with that. Ultimately the mexican/american population will tip the scales toward the democratic party.

    After Brown gets done with them, they'll be praying for another Reagan.


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    Re: GOP brand pronounced dead in deep-blue California

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    ......Good luck with that. Ultimately the mexican/american population will tip the scales toward the democratic party.
    They already have. They want entitlements to go on forever, and they will vote so that entitlements remain a reality...that is until the edifice comes down around their heads.

    More power to them. We can use their lust for entitlements to bring California down. Use your opponent's force against him.

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    Re: GOP brand pronounced dead in deep-blue California

    I wonder how long the GOP brand is going to be dead, after the news that the state is spending $600 million a year on illegal alien welfare sinks in.
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    At least Bill saved his transgressions for grown women. Not suggesting what he did was OK. But he didn't chase 14 year olds.

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    Re: GOP brand pronounced dead in deep-blue California

    Quote Originally Posted by apdst View Post
    I wonder how long the GOP brand is going to be dead, after the news that the state is spending $600 million a year on illegal alien welfare sinks in.
    California Latino voters have grievances against Republicans and will never support them under any circumstances. I think Latinos in California and Texas are very different.

    There aren't that many Black Americans out here. Less than ten percent of the population.

    Asian voters are fifteen percent of the population, and they seem to split along generational lines.

    White voters along the coast are a wealthier group who think reality will never catch up to them.

    There is no predicting when hearts will change. But, California is now experiencing the full force of fiscal gravity and I'm loving it.

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    Re: GOP brand pronounced dead in deep-blue California

    Quote Originally Posted by apdst View Post
    I wonder how long the GOP brand is going to be dead, after the news that the state is spending $600 million a year on illegal alien welfare sinks in.
    It won't matter in the long run.
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    Majority of Babies Born in California Are Latino
    Email this articleDate: 2003-02-08
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    The Latino majority has arrived in California with the majority of babies born in the state being Latino, foreshadowing the state's future students, workers and voters, according to a UCLA study.

    The era of the Latino majority among babies in California began in the summer of 2001, more than half, 50.2 percent, of all babies born in the third quarter of 2001 were Latino, and 50.6 percent in the fourth quarter of 2001 were Latino, according to a study by the UCLA Center for the Study of Latino Health and Culture.

    "The majority of children born in California are now Latino. As a result, the health, well-being and education of Latino children now concern the majority of all children, not a small minority," said David Hayes-Bautista, director of the center. Latino issues are now the state's mainstream, majority issues."

    The Latino majority will ripple throughout California's society, institutions, economy and politics throughout the 21st century. In fall 2006, the majority of children entering the state's kindergartens will be Latino, and in fall 2014, the majority of children entering high schools will be Latino. The majority of new workers entering the state's labor force in fall 2017 will be Latino, and the majority of young adults eligible to vote in fall 2019 will be Latino.

    "The long-anticipated Latino majority has arrived," he said. "In 2003, it is learning how to walk, and will shortly learn to talk. For the next 40 years, each new phase of human development, child, adolescence, young adult and middle age, will be experienced in this state by a Latino majority."........
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    Re: GOP brand pronounced dead in deep-blue California

    Quote Originally Posted by Albert Di Salvo View Post
    California Latino voters have grievances against Republicans and will never support them under any circumstances. I think Latinos in California and Texas are very different.

    There aren't that many Black Americans out here. Less than ten percent of the population.

    Asian voters are fifteen percent of the population, and they seem to split along generational lines.

    White voters along the coast are a wealthier group who think reality will never catch up to them.

    There is no predicting when hearts will change. But, California is now experiencing the full force of fiscal gravity and I'm loving it.
    While it will be interesting to watch the california "refugees" are already having an impact on states in the west. Hell, they're impacting my state. They're bringing their "ways" with them.
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    Re: GOP brand pronounced dead in deep-blue California

    What was Arnold liberal on?

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    Re: GOP brand pronounced dead in deep-blue California

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    What was Arnold liberal on?
    The environment. He and the Democrats have imposed new global warming regulations on the state that will kill jobs without creating new jobs. Arnold did this so he could claim some kind of legacy. The Democrats did it because that's what leftist ideology dictates. This is a millstone around the economy in California. I'm loving it.

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    Re: GOP brand pronounced dead in deep-blue California

    Isn't creative destruction wonderful? I'm dancing among the effen ruins. I couldn't be happier to see the distress and agony of the left. I've been waiting for this for twenty years. I'm loving it.

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    Re: GOP brand pronounced dead in deep-blue California

    Are you seriously advocating causing harm and misery to further an agenda?
    Hmmm you mean like the left did to Bush??

    how the surge couldn't work, had no chance of working, and was failing even as it worked?

    Like calling General Petraeus, a lair, before he even testified in front of congress? What was it the left was calling him?? Be-trey-us I think it was.

    Like calling Bush a war monger, because he was being hard on Iran? Going so far to product a report stating that Iran had stopped trying to get nukes?

    No I'm sure we wouldn't do underhanded stuff like that.

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