The Republican Party began to unravel during the second George W. Bush presidency, when the country became war-weary in Iraqi and with the constant military spending. The economy began to drop into a recession and people could feel it in their household budgets. They started taking notice of the lack of jobs and shrinking incomes; the bailout years and the rich becoming richer. By 2007, the people had had enough and were ready to try anything, and when Barak Obama took the podium to announce his run for presidency, and won, afterward, the Republican Party's political foundation shattered; structurally and psychologically. In other words, good ole boy white men went crazy because a Black man reached total power. Their true colors began to show as subtle bigotry became open and blatant. Efforts to organize extreme political movements became the Republican platform along with dog whistle double-talk and obstructionist policies. These supposedly secretive measures did not go unnoticed to anyone with a brain raised with common sense. But resistance to such racist measures only exposed their frustrations to the point their shame took a back seat. No matter how much they claimed they were not racist, it was obvious to everyone but them. By the time the 2016 presidential election rolled around, it was white men and racist white women against all people of color.
The media coverage of the 2016 primary election was pathetic. The media went out of their way to avoid using the term "racial divide" and used every other phrase it could think of to describe this obvious racial division that had exploded in the country. They used "demographics" and "voter turnout" and anything that did not point to the clear racism of America. They tried desperately to find and interview people of color who supported the new Republican leader, Donald Trump. But anyone with a mind could see he yelled into the bullhorn of racial animosity and spoke the words no one else were willing to speak and say the things they avoided saying for the past 10 years. White men from the mountains of the Appalachia to the halls of Congress thought and believed the country was being taken from the white male power structure and replaced with a more colorful one, and they were not having it. Clashes between whites and Hispanics, Blacks, and other non-racist whites were common and televised, yet the media refused to acknowledge the brewing race war ahead. World leaders showed concern about the separatist atmosphere in America as the nominee called out America's foreign policy relations as unfair and irresponsible, possibly seeking to bring change to historical arrangements and treaties. In the wee hours of the morning Republican governors defiantly pushed separatist laws and submitted hidden bills laced with discriminatory laws through their state legislators. And as the nation slowly bubbled to the brink of eruption, the media and the Republicans remained intent on letting it implode.
Below are seven things the Republican Party can do to stop the coming revolution and turn the country their way and take complete power from their Democrat opponents. Assuming they want to eliminate so-called big government and enforce religious liberty and free market capitalism, if they continue on the route they are currently, they will never accomplish this goal. In all their recent frustration they will only ignite more racial and social discontent and the Democrats will continue to slowly take over the country with their policies and their social influence will grow. The Republicans are out of control and have allowed their boyish anger to determine their actions. They have resorted to draconian forms of leadership such as Congressional defiance against the President, policies on mass deportation and immigrant exclusion, military force, increased gun use among the public, threats to unarmed, innocent people, and all other sorts of bullying forms of governing. They are name-calling, implying violence and have even resorted to lying in the form of denying the truth, skewing data, falsifying evidence and concocting conspiracy theories, all because they have lost the ability to reason around the issues and find viable solutions. They have exhausted all their arguments against Democratic policy and Progressive advancement. Nightmares of Gay Rights, Civil Rights for people of color, and now immigrant Rights have caused them to drench their beds in urine and force a desperate push of backward racial attacks on all of the above. But if the following seven principles of moral and social theory are applied by the Republican Party, all those things would disappear and they could have complete rule over the country, but only if they are all executed properly and not one excluded. If not, they will lose the country for good and the Republican Party will fizzle away within the next ten years....>>>CONTINUED IN PDF FORMAT
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