DNC Chair: GOP Got Whiter and More Male (Video)

Democratic National Committee Chair Debbie Wasserman-Schultz said the Republican Party “got whiter and more male” while the Democratic caucus is “majority minority and female.”
CNS News reported:

This is true.
93% of blacks voted for Obama.
71% of Hispanics voted for Obama.

Mitt Romney won among white voters by 20 percentage points.
There’s a reason why we have open borders.

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  • http://mychal-massie.com/premium/ bg

    ++ r

    really GP?? :roll:

    aah, guess you still still got the hots for her, well,
    either that or you got darker & more feminine.. 😀

    ==

  • NCBOb

    Sorry if many of us white guys don’t want to be associated with a Party full of dumb broads like Shultzy who sit around with their small brains and notice what group everybody belongs to.

  • BigRed

    They’re not going to knock on MY door when their food stamps are cut off. Suck on that, Little Debbie aka “Cousin Itt”!

  • Rachelle

    Does she know she is white?

    I wonder if the Democrats really want to brand themselves as the party for ‘Coloreds Only’?

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  • Swifty

    Racists.

  • shadow

    There’s a reason why we have open borders.

    Seen a lot of blacks sneeking across the border, have you?

  • shadow

    I wonder if the Democrats really want to brand themselves as the party for ‘Coloreds Only’?

    I believe it’s called a large tent, where everyone is welcome. You do realize that Obama got more white votes, than minority votes, don’t you?

  • Time

    My oh my.. It is heating up over @ the blaze big time. The temp is rising and people are furious. Beck just made many enemies.. He once again leads people along, pretending to stand up for the constitution, disgust at all this administration is doing to it, shredding it, bi- passing all laws in place, circumvents congress at every chance. He stands with black board and chalk mapping out the crimes committed against this nation and it’s people for all the world to see. But, as soon as he is in sight of real issues and real fraud he hits the deck running, taking cover in shrouded darkness. His pretense is awakened and his faux agenda is heard Loud and clear. People now are witnessing his insane denial to the true fraud that sits directly in front of him. No longer chalkboard, or chalk or mapping of the crimes that people have witnessed with their own eyes. He covers for their acts like a good, obediant operative that is highly paid. Voter fraud is alive and well and it is living in every state in the union and people know it, see it and are living the repercussions of it. Mr Beck has turned on the faucet by justifying and analyzing the outcome of this election. The poll numbers, counts, turn outs, registered voters that were all too impossible to believe, well Beck has his chalkboard out and he is again mapping it out on how it all is clear in the eyes of an operative, a highly paid one. He has just fanned the flames and the fire is just beginning to spread. Soon it will be an inferno, and I hope his site survives…time will tell..

  • Mad Hatter

    Democratic National Committee Chair Debbie Wasserman-Schultz said the Republican Party “got whiter and more male” while the Democratic caucus is “majority minority and female.”

    ————————————————————————————————————–

    And the U.S. Prison population got blacker, and more male.

    So what’s your point Debbie?

  • Sasja

    Actually, we have more Hispanic elected officials than do dhims. Rush touched on Ron Paul’s farewell address and Paul’s question of why is freedom so hard to sell.

    From Rush…….Freedom of the Founding, Freedom from government; the Constitution and the Bill of Rights limit what government can do. They celebrate the God-given freedom and liberty of each human being. That’s what we stand for. We also believe there should be guardrails. We call it morality.

    Rush
    “What is so hard about selling freedom? And it is a tough sell, because to the people we’re trying to sell freedom, they look at us as their main impediment to freedom. We stand in the way of the way they define it. Their definition of freedom doesn’t involve government being in their way at all. We’re the ones in their way. They want gay rights, gay marriage. They want to redefine marriage any way they want, redefine the family any way they want. They want to legalize dope, you name it. They look at us as the obstacle. We deny them a good time. We deny them their fun. We deny them their freedom. Government, therefore, is to where they turn for action against us.

    Now, we go to our convention, and we had speaker after speaker of achieved and dynamic and articulate, the best among those in their business, minorities, African-Americans, women, Hispanics. We have more Hispanic elected officials in the Republican Party than the Democrats do. And that convention did not sell. It did not win any converts, is what I mean. Apparently it did not. I didn’t have anything to do with that convention, I’ll just stress again. But why didn’t that convention work? I mean, here we had Marco Rubio, and he told a story, up from nothing, Susana Martinez, ditto, Mia Love, ditto, Condoleezza Rice, ditto. I mean, the list is endless. Didn’t work.

    I think, on the other hand, our convention probably scared the people we were trying to convert. And Snerdley’s shaking his head, “What do you mean? How could that convention possibly…” Just think about it. Don’t make me provide the answer. Think about it, in terms of what we’ve discussed so far today in the first 40 minutes of the program. Here. “Groups backing an extension of unemployment benefits have launched a new round of lobbying to convince Congress,” to extend unemployment benefits $30 billion worth.

    I thought we had a recovering economy. I thought jobs were being created. This was the news before the election. Why do we need unemployment extension? I thought the objective was jobs. Even the president I thought was talking about creating jobs. Now we’ve got people who want unemployment benefits extended. What about our convention scared people? What do you think, Snerdley? Okay, what is it? Hm-hm. Hm-hm. No. No, no, no, no, no, no. No, no, no, no, no. There was nothing in our convention that said anybody’s benefits are gonna get cut. That’s the answer. What did people we hope to convert see when they watched our convention? They heard testimonials to hard work, stick-to-itiveness, family, sacrifice, not quitting, not giving up. Speaker after speaker after speaker.”

    Rush put the question of why did the convention not work as open-ended. Perhaps you have your own thoughts. Rush gave his.

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  • Songtan1

    Damn she is ugly…Outside and inside…

  • GotFreedom

    They are really trying their best aren’t they to instigate a race war. . .and IMO, not just a war of words. . .I truly believe that this administration/Dems would love nothing better than to see fighting in the streets across the country and they are going to continue to do everything they can to make sure that happens so that then they can sweep in/instigate Marshall law/set up Agenda 21 everywhere and make us all permanent slaves to the govt! Don’t take the bait people. . .together we stand/divided we fall and I’ll be dammed if I’ll lower myself to their level!

    When the Dems point a finger at us, they have 3 pointing back at themselves, in other words, if they claim we are racists, they are 3x more racists then their claims against us. And shame on America’s ethnic communities for allowing yourselves to be manipulated and used by the party who started and kept going the KKK! http://www.nationalblackrepublicans.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=pages.DYKKKKTerroristArmoftheDemocratParty

  • myohmy

    Evil…evil woman.

  • vityas

    Will some rabbi please revoke her bat mitzvah?

  • ooberlung

    Democrats are such intolerant and close minded racists and bigots. Baby killers too.

  • xiphos

    And this ‘administration’ took a sharp left turn and stepped on the accelerator.
    Dang, I thought that mad-cow disease was held in check.

  • Highlander

    That woman makes my skin crawl …

  • robert

    Damn Woman is ugly. I’d rather kiss a turd.

  • YES WE CON!

    Usurpation 2.0: What it means for Whites – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wfy4xu1-wDE

  • joyo

    I’m really getting tired of hearing all the negativity about why the Republicans lost the election!
    We didn’t hear all of this gloom and doom from the Democrats after the beating they took in 2010. Also, for those Conservatives that did not vote for Romney because he was a Moderate, please do everyone a favor and do not complain about Obama’s messes. By not voting, you ensured Obama’s win.

    I intend to oppose Obamacare until the day it kills me. Thank God for all of the states that do not form Exchanges.

  • Rachelle

    Shadow at # 7 said “Seen a lot of blacks sneeking across the border, have you?”

    Yes, as a matter of fact I have. They come from Haiti and other islands and from Africa. The country is being flooded with illegals with the compliance of the Administration. Try to get a border patrol employee to talk to you off the record. You will find out.

    The Dem’s ‘big tent’ is a racist tent. Obama did get a lot of white votes and close to 100% of the black votes. The blacks were voting by race as a block. Once again, do you want that to happen with whites? The Dems are beginning to be the ‘Coloreds Only’ party and when whites wake up to it then….

  • YES WE CON!

    White Self-Hatred Explained – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ppIS19La8W8

  • charles darwin

    Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal says a return to basics is necessary for Republicans to attract enough voters to win.

    WASHINGTON — Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal says the Republican Party needs to go back to basics to attract the broad coalition of voters credited with putting President Barack Obama back in the White House.

    Kindergarten basics.

    “If we want people to like us, we have to like them first,” Jindal said on Fox News Sunday.

    Former Commerce Secretary Carlos Gutierrez has a more nuts-and-bolts approach to bringing in some of the largest and fastest growing groups of Americans: He’s forming a super PAC to support Republican candidates who back comprehensive immigration reform, including legalizing the status of an estimated 11 million immigrants in the U.S. without authorization.

    The 2012 elections drove home trends that have been embedded for years in the fine print of birth and death rates, immigration statistics and census charts. Nonwhites made up 28 percent of the electorate this year, compared with 20 percent in 2000, with Hispanics comprising much of that growth. Obama captured a commanding 80 percent of the growing ranks of nonwhite voters in 2012, just as he did in 2008. Republican Mitt Romney won 59 percent of non-Hispanic whites, and although he dominated among white men — outperforming 2008 nominee John McCain among that group — he couldn’t win.

    Republicans have spent much of the time since the election wrestling with ways to appeal beyond their base of white men and married women. Nonetheless, in a conference call to big donors last week, Romney credited Obama’s win to “extraordinary financial gifts from government” he said the president gave groups in his base coalition: Latinos, African-Americans and young people.

    Both Jindal and Gutierrez backed Romney’s bid for the White House, but distanced themselves from his post-election comments.

    Jindal, the incoming chair of the Republican Governors Association and a potential presidential candidate in 2016, on Sunday said slighting people simply isn’t good politics.

    “You don’t start to like people by insulting them and saying their votes were bought. We are an aspirational party,” he said.

    Jindal said the Republican Party needs to convince voters it is the party of the middle class and upward mobility. Its conservative principles “are good for every single voter” and it “has to campaign for every single vote,” he added.

    “We also don’t need to be saying stupid things,” Jindal said, referring to GOP Senate candidates in Missouri and Indiana who lost their races after comments about rape that were widely criticized.

    Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, the GOP group’s incoming vice chair, said also on Fox News Sunday that governors are key to bringing a diversity of voters to the GOP. Thirty states have elected Republican governors, an indication that “the trust factor is there.”

    “We’ve got a message that works for young people, that works for people who come to our country from other countries, and, basically for anyone who wants to live their piece of the American dream,” Walker said. “I think that starts with our governors as great messengers.”

    Gutierrez, who served under President George W. Bush, said the country cannot grow without immigrants and the Republican Party is a natural home for them.

    “We are the party of prosperity, of growth, of tolerance,” Gutierrez said in remarks taped Friday for CNN’s “State of the Union.” ”These immigrants who come across, and what they do wrong is risk their lives, and they come here and they work because they want to be part of the American dream. That is what the GOP is.”

    Gutierrez said he is working with Charlie Spies, who created the largest super PAC supporting Mitt Romney, Restore Our Future, on a super PAC to back candidates that support “a path, a process for legalization of workers who are here undocumented.”

    “First they have to be legalized,” Gutierrez said. “Then you have to find a way to get into a line for the green card. … There will be requirements. And we’ll have to negotiate some sort of requirements.”

    Gutierrez said Republicans for Immigration Reform is about people from all over the world, including Hispanics, Asians, West Africans and Ethiopians.

    “If we get this right… the 21st century is ours,” Gutierrez said, referring to the GOP. “If we get it wrong, shame on us.”

  • charles darwin

    You need your own third party.

  • http://none tommy mc donnell

    the white voters weren’t racist they voted for both candidates, it was the minority voters that voted as a bloc.

  • http://none tommy mc donnell

    #25…why does a country with massive unemployment need to bring more people in to the country?

    tell bobby jindal and carlos gutteriez we will increase the number of immigrants from europe and decrease the number from other places in the name of diversity in our immigration policy. see how fast they are for closing the border then.

    those people are politicans interested in what is good for them and their party not what is good for this country and its people.

  • briscuit

    White, yes I am. but also a single female and I voted Romney and am beyond disgusted that obama bought his reelection, on my dime.

  • Oliver

    Don’t forget that the Dems target Conservative women and minority candidates — a lot of money (and voter fraud) directed at candidates like Allen West and Mia Love. Why? Because it doesn’t fit the “all white” narrative Dems & the media have created for the GOP.

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  • Patty

    And why is that curly top? Because Obama has so many goodies so he says for the Blacks and Hispanics. America is running on fumes. The party bus is no longer able to continue feeding the needy and jobless. We are becoming the have’s and have nots. Poor and Rich those are the classes and when no one has a thing to pay for Obama’s little goodies bags, the ride is over and we become a third world nation.

    Obama wins.

  • Economan

    That’s funny, the DNC has gotten more Marxist and a whole lot dumber.

  • jorgen

    and more male

    The Dems should become more male by getting rid of her.

  • Liberty

    Oh, it’s the ‘pants on fire’ chick. If the IDF could harness her mouth, it could use it has a WMD and wipe out Hamas.

  • Liberty

    OT – What’s up with the ladies on FNC showing leg all of the time? I have a hard time taking them seriously.

  • Liberty

    The way things are looking now, I don’t think I’ll be voting for Jindal, Rubio, or Christie as Pres candidate.

  • squeaky

    something about telling people that they should take some personal responsibility with their lives gets panties into a bunch. something about being told the truth. if wishfull thinking didn’t over ride commonsense we wouldn’t need consumer protection agencies. age defying beauty products doesn’t mean the less wrinkle look will last any longer than the next application.

  • squeaky
  • rabble-rouser

    Why are most Democratic women that hold office or position of power so (how can I put this delicately)…”handsome”? That sends the message to females, if I want to be a Democrat, I can be either smart or beautiful, but not both. hhhmmmm….that is not a very feministic attitude. Gee where is Gloria Allred on that issue? Oh wait! She is (ahem) “handsome” too.

    Women can be both smart and beautiful and balance a family and a career.

  • Bob

    And the Democratic Plantation grows again. Once you get on the democratic entitlements you never get off.
    What a great legacy the democrats have. Giveways and freebies to attract votes.

  • http://thegatewaypundit Black Guy

    @Rachelle-I am a black american male who did not vote for Obama. Why is it you can’t accept that Romney lost not by just blacks or latinos but from all races. I have served my country and never been to a jail. So please don’t stereotype. All races HAVE BAD PEOPLE. We can list alot of whites who come into this country illegal as well.

  • valerie

    Yeah, Thomas Sowell looks really white, to me.

    http://www.rightwingnews.com/column-2/killing-the-goose/

    The guy is always worth reading.

    Call her out for the liar she is.

  • valerie

    #42 November 20, 2012 at 8:48 am
    Black Guy commented:

    You are taking that comment in isolation from the extremely racist, insulting, lying statement by the original speaker, Debbie Wasserman-Schultz, who, in fact is speaking on behalf of the Democratic party at the national level. There have been a lot of similar racist statements from people who oppose the Republicans, and yet it is the Republican party that is actually producing the able minority governors and voices at this time. I watched both Conventions, and contrary to what the news reports said, I saw speakers from an array of ethnic backgrounds at the Republican Convention, and a far-too-homogeneous set Democratic Convention speakers.

    That didn’t stop the media from refusing to transmit some really good Republican speeches, and then claiming the speakers were all white.

    The real concern here, at this site, has to do with economics and international law, both areas where the Obama administration policies have failed miserably so far. Skin color is a preoccupation of the Democrats, because they don’t want to talk about the failures of this administration.

    Here’s an article with a little bit of light, and less heat, on what needs to happen in the upcoming fiscal negotiations. It’s a much better starting place than what Debbie Wasserman-Schultz has to offer.

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/robert-samuelson-the-fiscal-cliff-deal-we-need/2012/11/18/3870f9c6-3014-11e2-9f50-0308e1e75445_story.html

    Debbie Wasserman-Schultz is a confirmed-non-math and non-history major, so so she isn’t even remotely equipped to discuss the real issues of the day.

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