What is "it" in this equation? I'm saying regardless of turnout (bc I'm not projecting election results, talking about rhetoric), why corner such a large demographic? When they feel that enough and actually get themselves to the poll, you get 08'. Why risk that through generalizations and ignoring?
+42,000,000 African Americans +54,000,000 Latinos +Singles now outnumber married in the US and 53%+ of that is women which is another +65,000,000 +Young voters between the ages of 18 and 30; + another 12,000,000 based on voting trends (and to be conservative/generous). So yeah, we're talking upwards past 170,000,000...actually more than half the country.
And turnout can change in every demographic with the flip of a switch. Pigeon holing people digs damaging holes. That's another part of logic I'm not getting here.
Read up on his actual platform and what he's done. -- And it's really not the same thing. You can't label over half the country a coalition versus a very loud base that's deemed irrelevant come the general. I don't get your point. It is completely different. You're dealing with +190 million people. Why do so many on the self-defined "right" continue to do this? It makes no sense.
I don't get how people can just continue to harp on this whole "progressive" point, it's the world nowadays. Let reality soak in. Even most of southeastern suburban America has shifted.
This logic is so frustrating. Why subject every non-caucasian to a "coalition"? That sounds freaking pre-Teddy 19th century thinking. Well that guy excited like more than half the country. That damn coalition! So let's see this coalition of women, minorities, young demos...to generalize 190 million+ as a coalition is freaking idiotic.
Totally. The land of a powerful yet laissez faire Social-Democratic leadership running things. The NDs want to maximize social assistance, extend healthcare as far as possible, raise the minimum wage, further environmental and infrastructural investment, civil rights to the max, continue strong yet peacekeeping diplomacy, increase corporate taxes. Let's do it!