Posted by: Ann Corcoran | April 18, 2013

Brimelow: GOP should forget the Hispanic voters, it’s white voters they need to get

Peter Brimelow willing to say things most aren’t!

Here is an article from World Net Daily that is so politically-incorrect to the mainstream media (and to the GOP elite!) that you won’t see it discussed in too many places.

Peter Brimelow at World Net Daily earlier this week (emphasis mine):

Everyone knows that the Republican Party needs to extend amnesty to 12-20 million illegal aliens in order to win the Hispanic vote. Right?

But, to quote Josh Billings: “It’s not what you don’t know that gets you into trouble. It’s what you know for sure that just ain’t so.”

And it’s not just that Hispanics will never vote Republican anywaybecause they are poor and naturally like government redistribution, and because they have eyes and can see that Marco Rubio is a white Cuban, not a Mexican.

Both those things are true, of course, but the real reason the current Hispanic hysteria is wrong is that there simply aren’t that many Hispanic voters. Whites will continue to dominate the U.S. electorate for the foreseeable future.

And it’s whites – especially the white working class, above all in the North – who are up for grabs.

Hispanics cast perhaps 10 percent of the votes in the 2012 presidential election. (All these numbers are a little fuzzy because exit polling is inexact.) Whites cast 72 percent.

And, remember, this was an election in which minority turnout rose because of Democratic anti-white race-baiting, and GOP turnout fell because of Mitt Romney’s wimpish failure to motivate the Republican base.

Indeed, incredibly, this is the second presidential election in which white turnout fell – it was down in 2008, too, for GOP nominee John McAmnesty.

(See a pattern here?)

Brimelow uses numbers to make his case, read it all.


Responses

  1. Finally, a touch of sanity. The GOP, which I quit, had better heed this advice. Never figured why some pandered to 10% and ticked off 90%.


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