The inability of Republicans to connect with Latinos – yes, those of the natural born or legal variety – is painfully symbolic of their inability to dispel decades of senseless leftist propaganda and victimization banter. Before progressives poisoned the minds and souls of minorities and fatally fractured America along racial, economic, and religious lines, Latinos had far more in common, and still do, with their so-called conservative enemies than those liberal agents of entitlement who wish to keep their communities impoverished, dependent, and perpetually angry. However, if the truth be known, most Latinos are extremely hard working, family oriented and unapologetically proud of their Christian faith; of which a clear majority support the necessity of keeping God in our schools and public institutions; a key cog of our nation’s founding that the media has turned into a Right Wing conspiracy of religious fanaticism.
Is it not common sense for minority families and entrepreneurs to want to keep the bulk of their hard earned income through low taxes and minimal federal regulation? Who doesn’t want to own their own home, to be able to afford their own transportation and quality healthcare, and raise their children in a morally rich environment devoid of hate and government control? Can a menial welfare check, the bitter rhetoric of absentee politicians regurgitated every four years, achieve any of these goals? George Bush knew this indelible truth all too well for in 2004 he garnered a record 44% of the Latino vote; a decisive and key component in his re-election bid. The reason why Democrats fear minority conservatives is because their party’s agenda, their racist ploys and monopoly on public perception, cannot survive even if one-third of minorities flee the progressive plantation and speak out against the left’s false narrative. It is literally a death sentence for Democrats, both electorally and ideologically. If the GOP actually learned how to articulate and funnel their message into a universal beacon of liberty and prosperity – employed unflinching perspective to address these divisive issues and expose the futility of Democratic bigotry – then “We the People” may very well be surfing this cultural tsunami of discord rather than drowning beneath Barack Obama’s orchestrated demographic tidal wave of proud anti-Americanism.