I said Blacks and Latinos have more in common with me and other Conservatives than they do with the Libs, so that must mean I consider them homogenous and lesser?
I live in one of the most cosmopolitan population centers in the world - people from all parts of Latin America and everywhere else come here to visit and live - and you think I think all Latinos are 'the same'?
I blame the Ds for creating this gigantic bureaucracy and the whole vote buying handout racket, but I don't really blame people for taking it.
No, you said Blacks and Latinos vote for handouts - essentially, that they are easily bribed into voting for the Democrats. Firstly, you lump them all into a group - as if by dint of their skin colour or native tongue, they all must succumb to some form of group think. You then compound this condescension by strongly implying they only participate in the democratic process so that they can get something for themselves. Finally, to put a nice little bow on it, you wonder why they haven't heard the good word regarding what conservative value are all about.
The reality, PB, is that the vast majority of ethnic Americans are just as informed as you, have access to mainstream and alternative media, read books, listen to the radio, discuss politics with their friends and neighbours, and base their vote on the same considerations you do. The problem is not with them - it is with you tea party folks. Your message of exclusion, your woeful grasp of the issues that are important to black people, Latinos, Asians, women, homosexuals, students, working men and women of all stripes- everyone other than old white men and southern baptists - is your fault, not ours. Family values - I'll choose the Dems every time. Opportunity - ditto. Education - yep, better vote Democrat if you want to keep the Bible out of the science class.
The conservative message has been heard loud and clear, but Americans from all walks of life. Don't blame them because they have the good sense to reject it.