Individualism is defined as ‘the moral stance, political philosophy, ideology, or social outlook that emphasizes the moral worth of the individual.’ That definition is America and Texas as well. That definition is what’s suppose to be representation.
The Republican National Committee, in a sense, announced it was giving up on individualism and concentrating on race, purposely dividing their base, by denying the greatness of the country, just to focus on racial boundaries in exchange for support.
George W. Bush gathered 44 percent of the Hispanic vote, John McCain, a wishy washy, confused Republican candidate had less, and Mitt Romney, a reflection of what’s wrong with the Republican party attracted even less.
Bush was the building block for the Republican party, but they turned their backs on him. Trouble waters are crashing the flood gates of a party who has adopted Liberal instructions on how to survive in the political arena.
When the mentally incapacitated convinces the RNC to throw money away on ‘hiring state and field directors in different states, including Texas, to increasingly engage the Hispanic community,’ it begs to differ with common sense and produce this question, who’s flying over the cuckoo’s nest now?
Hispanics gravitate to Liberals because of decades of promises of amnesty for illegal immigrants. If Republicans want their support, that’s what the party will have to do. Yeah sure, Hispanics are a up and rising small business segment of society, but what are their benefits to society. They hire their own, which is discriminatory. They will hire those illegal immigrants, which is a crime. They will not pay any taxes on those illegal immigrants and that’s fraud.
Individualism resides in those who hold dear the concept of being an American and it does not follow along racial boundaries. In Texas, there’s a Black community who also gravitate to Liberals for entitlements. There’s also a Asian community who historically have a low voter turnout rate. There’s a Christian community who’s traditionally Conservative in values, but feel alienated by both political parties.
For the most part, Liberals have branded the Republican party racist and believe it or not, reaching out to one racial group and ignoring the others is what’s considered, political suicide, or the truth setting the party free.