Shouldn't the GOP be the secessionist party now?

January 3, 2013 11:43 AM ~  
After this recent election, the GOP talking heads were all complaining about demographics, saying that the blacks and Latinos and Asians are all voting Democrat and are starting to outnumber the White GOP voters.

(I view this as ridiculously racist and outright wrong, but nonetheless.)

This being the case, you would think the GOP would be the leading advocates for secession for the Southern states. They could secede, close the borders, and secure their demographic majority, especially as the minorities started self-deporting to the USA to rejoin their idealogical brethren.

(again, this isn't my mindset, I'm just trying to follow their logic.)

So you have to ask yourself, is the GOP leadership really interested in opposing the Democrats, since they are getting their arses kicked nationwide by the Democrats, and they have no real plans to reverse this trend, other than imitating Democrats in future elections?

Personally, I don't think so, I think the GOP is a patsy, part of the deception of the one party system.

If the GOP really cared about winning elections and securing their (so called) conservative principles through government, they would be the leading secessionists.