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Why Diversity Will Defeat The Republican Party

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Hours after last week's election, the conservative wing of the Republican Party started their backlash cries of voter fraud, urban upheaval and minority giveaways. Gracious losers would have taken note of their situation while forming new strategies to collaborate and succeed the next time.

Not the Republicans.  Their sudden acknowledgement of diversity has made them angrier and more defiant than ever.  President Obama's popular vote margin was more than George W Bush in 2004. And his electoral victory was decisive at 332 to Romney's 206.

So with those numbers, why can't Republicans accept the fact that the billions of dollars spent on negative campaigning yielded little return on their investment?

The real winner was diversity, signaling a resounding wake up call to America that every vote counts, whether it be Black, White, Latino, Arab, Native American or Asian.

Today we'll look closely at why diversity is defeating the Republican Party, and what they need to do to stop the bleeding.