Black Republican and perpetual former President Bush supporter, Condoleezza Rice has had it up to HERE with the Republican Party. From their “legitimate rape” comments to their rape being a “gift from God” to Mitt Romney’s “47 percent” comments, Republicans have been putting their foot in their mouths throughout this election’s campaigns.
Like you, I’ve had growing frustrations with the GOP, wondering if anyone would ever notice their…for lack of a better word…”malarkey.” Well, Condi’s finally starting to see things clearly! Rice appeared on CBS’ “This Morning” and stated her disdain with the Republican party’s politics:
“On the immigration issue, which turned out to be very important, and some issues about women too, some mixed messages were sent. And when you send mixed messages through the narrow funnel that is the media spotlight sometimes people hear only one side of that message. Right now for me the most powerful argument is that the changing demographics in the country really necessitates an even bigger tent for the Republican Party.”
I would have to agree with Rice on that. Our country has always been a beautiful melting pot, boasting cultures far and wide. However, the Republican party would never cater to the growing diversity of our country, instead honing in on the majority and making sure they were always happy with what the GOP’s words and actions detailed. According to The Inquisitr Rice went on:
“Right now, for me the most powerful argument is that the changing demographics in the country really necessitates an even bigger tent for the Republican Party. I also think that many of the things for which the party stands are broadly popular with the American people — fiscal responsibility, a chance to educate your children in the way that you think best, the possibility of strong national defense — these are all things I think that can unite us.”
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I guess if the GOP is to listen to Rice, they’d acquire a broader understanding of our country and what it stands for. Fiscal responsibility, education and national defense are all strong points to stand on when catering to America, but for some reason the big wigs that make up the GOP can never truly relate to the American people.
What do you think? Is Condi right?
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