I believe you are exhibiting the heights of wishful, some would say delusional thinking if you think minorities would go rushing to the GOP. It would be like planned parenthood endorsing Romney.
Your kidding right? After Newt and Santorum's demagoguery I don't see minorities or women racing to join the GOP or vote for Willard.
Seems to me if the GOP was so embracing of minorities the convention would have a few more not so pale representatives. It took a great deal of very good camera work to find two that were not eggshell. Three if you include Condi.
For me the most telling switch wasn't Mr. Davis but General/Sec of State Powell. From strong Republican to criticizing the new drift to the rather vicious right wing stances.
Planned Parenthood is the perfect comparison. Far more is done at PP than coordinating abortions but the extreme right wing can see nothing else.
But we shall see if the minorities flee the Dems for the GOP.
Sound noble and uplifting, until you remember Newt and Santorum's speeches. Minorities DO think of themselves as US citizens, problem with the GOP is there is more than one way to see what it is to be a US Citizen and the GOP way isn't very inclusive.
It is better to die on your feet than to live on your knees.