Originally Posted by alms211
And there is no racism in the ghettos of Chicago, DC, Baltimore, Philly and Atlanta huh? Wise up, you look more a fool than you probably are.
The racist suggestion was maybe pushing it a bit too far, but it is clear that from the State map that there is a certain pattern that exists (thanks to those that pointed out the county maps as they are interesting to see the urban vs suburban breakdown).
I watched an interview with Newt Gingrich yesterday who took on this discussion head on. He admitted that it was the alienation of the minority and women's vote that cost Romney the election. He talked about the party needing to be more inclusive and that dramatic change needed to occur within the party immediately and not just prior to the 2016 election campaign.
If one of the candidates who ran for the leadership of the Republican party sees this, why does my premise seem so offensive to you?