…did not make the difference in this election, although they may have mattered in a few states such as New Mexico, Florida, Nevada and Colorado.
Nor do Hispanic voters adhere to conservative values, fiscal or social.
The article doesn’t say it, because it focuses on the Hispanic vote, but the difference that made a difference in most swing states, IMHO, was voters under 30 and unmarried women (there’s a fair amount of overlap there, by the way).
Oh, and here’s an update on those missing McCain voters: it turns out they showed up after all.
Again, the purpose of this Monday-morning quarterbacking is to try to understand what really happened, and not merely repeat the myths about what happened. The goal is for Republicans to fix the problem next time—unless, of course, they continue to Thirst for Death. And yes, it will be difficult, because of the pervasive influence of the leftist slant of the entertainment industry, MSM, and educators.
Especially educators. More about that in future posts.
And to those of you who say “don’t bother, all is lost,” my response is that if you’re correct than these efforts will be futile. But if you’re incorrect then we will have given up a fight that’s vital and winnable, all because of our own lack of effort. Doesn’t make sense to me to do that.