There have been two principal responses to the national election by the Republican Party. One response has been to deny and whimper. The second has been to blame the demography of America.
Rush Limbaugh has led the first response, lying to his audience about his Mitt Romney landslide comments. This audience is made up mostly of those who believe the Earth is 6,000 years old, that creationism and Bible studies are science, and that Mississippi and Oklahoma in the 1920s was the golden age.
The second, more thoughtful group response has been to acknowledge the need for change, but not with respect to intolerance, prejudice, beliefs, principles or platform. Only tactics are to be changed. The new party will approach women, minorities and what was once the middle class with greater deceit and new disguises.
It will be very difficult for Republicans to win national elections in the future when one considers that 50,000 Hispanics each month over the next 20 years will reach voting age. And also when you consider that many Republicans accuse citizens dependent upon government to be a kind of parasite. A microorganism or virus which has a taste for our flag, our Constitution and the contract of the capitalist which promotes his exorbitant profit from the labor, resources and the military might of these very same people.