Second largest electoral votes after CA
Non-Hispanic Whites composed 45.3%.
Minorities are growing fast: Hispanics, Asians, Blacks
Do the math.
CA 55 + TX 38 + NY 29 + IL 20 + FL 29 (Latino stronghold states)
Dem control of White House for generations.
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You sir have just summarized up why even the Republicans move left. Minorities have been made a culture dependents. Now that its, "whoever gives me the most gets my vote," every politician will be posturing to take those votes. Its a very sad day we live in when during a single lifetime I can watch the worlds only hope sink with everybody else.
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Not so fast. I think the GOP might reform itself here and in doing so could start appealing to more minorities and women."Hey Jason Stain I heard you played in those old movies transporters, well I can shove my fist up your transporter ass, your candy ass. Bam baby! Nothin but a penis. WOOOO!" - Jason Genova
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Georgia will also swing to the left.
Georgia had the second fastest growing Asian population growth in the U.S. from 1990 to 2000, more than doubling in size during the ten-year period. In addition, according to census estimates, Georgia ranks third among the states in terms of the percent of the total population that is African American (after Mississippi and Louisiana) and third in numerical Black population after New York and Florida. Georgia was the state with the largest numerical increase in the black population from 2006 to 2007 with 84,000.
Georgia is the state with the third-lowest percentage of older people (65 or older), at 10.1 percent
30.5% Black or African American and growing rapidly
9% Hispanic and growing rapidly.
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IMO, Romney ****ed up. He should have sought the Latino vote and didn't. They almost begrudgingly vote for Obama/Democrats, simply b/c the GOP Party line is, "We HATE 'em! Took er jerbs!". The Hispanic news weren't very happy with Obama, he sold them a lot of empty promises in 2008 that they didn't forget about. It's like all Obama needed to do was go out there and say, "At least I'm not one of those guys!" and that sewed up their vote nice and tiddy.
Meanwhile, the GOP seems almost desperate to cling onto these social values, but won't seek out socially conservative Hispanics. Here you have a hard-working, family values, largely Religious group of people. Why the **** wouldn't you throw them a ****ing bone or two to get them to vote for you? It's not even that, they won't even stop throwing stones at them. It's like they go out of their way to keep them from voting their way. Very odd behavior.Reps for life: AFC96
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