R.I.P., GOP: Party of old, disillusioned white people is dying a slow death 1

This is why serious radicals need to attack the system on its left flank rather than its right flank. The Left is a rising force, the Right is a dying force. Why waste time on an enemy that’s on it’s deathbed?

By Sean Illing

Salon.Com

R.I.P., GOP: Party of old, disillusioned white people is dying a slow death (Credit: Reuters/Joshua Lott)

No matter who wins the nomination battle, the Republican Party has a much bigger problem: demographics. A new report released by the Center for American Progress analyzed the demographic advantages for Democrats in 2016 and beyond and the results are overwhelmingly positive.

And this should surprise no one.

Observers on both sides have long questioned the Republican Party’s viability in an increasingly progressive and less white America. With every national election, it becomes more obvious that the GOP’s “Southern Strategy,” which exploited racial and cultural resentment for votes, has finally backfired.

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  1. This is why the entire spectrum of the political right in its present form, along with un-progressives generally, will someday be a constituency for pan-secessionism. Not because they have somehow become anarchists, but because they will become receptive to the message of decentralism, secession, regionalism, city-states, and overthrow of the government.

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