2012 General Election
Nonwhites: 30% of voters — 5-to-1 for Obama
Whites: 70% of voters — Over 3-to-2 for Romney
The Republican Party is in trouble. Nonwhite racial bloc-voting and increasing Nonwhite vote-share are increasingly-insurmountable. Everyone’s talking about it: From the explicitly anti-White Left (as here), to the more-mainstream Left (as here), the apolitical center (as here), and well across into the domains of the aracial Right (as here), and the racialist Right (as here).
Given these conditions, “Will there ever be a White president of the USA again?” is a relevant question to ask.
The Last White President
The Republicans will nominate Nonwhites to head future presidential tickets. This is already being discussed. Picking that boring-plain-old White running mate, Paul Ryan, was Romney’s big mistake, they’re whispering. Being a boring-plain-old White man himself was Romney’s other mistake.
Republicans in 2016 and thereafter will want to try to buy Nonwhite votes — which (as we’ve seen in ’08 and ’12) will bloc-vote against any White-Republican. Thus, no “non-Hispanic Whites” need apply. A Nonwhite Republican may even succeed in buying sufficient Nonwhite votes to win. Who knows? — But the point is that White men, running as Republicans, are very likely to be (from here on out) effectively barred from the position of President of the United States.
There may still be a White-Democrat elected (though, increasingly, only pretty-explicit White-ethnomasochists would be able to take the reins of Obama’s anti-White electoral coalition). Remember, though, that by this point, the Democratic party itself may well be majority-Nonwhite. The diverse Democrats will demand a diverse candidate, and racial-politics will dominate the Democratic primaries — which we already saw in 2008, and which, in turn, is why there is no President Hillary Clinton.
Thus, for the duration of the lifespan of the political-entity known as the ‘USA’ as it exists today, Whites may well be defacto barred from the White House on racial grounds.
A ‘Great White Hope’: An Explicit Appeal to Whites as Whites
The only possibility I can see for the above to be untrue is if Whites nationally start ethnic-bloc-voting more explicitly, as they have always done in the Deep South. This would mean a transformation of the Republican Party along the lines David Duke would have liked to have seen 20 years ago. I don’t see it as likely.
Dick Morris tries to make an alternative case for Republican rejuvenation:
[After discussing the overwhelming Nonwhite margin for Obama] “Barack Obama will dig himself into a political grave…A recession is coming…in 2013 and into 2014, and by the time the bye-elections come in 2014, we will have quite enough of a Democratic Senate, and quite enough or Mr. Obama. [The coming recession] will finally make clear to all of the Democrats, all of the single people, all of the young people, and all of the minorities who voted for Obama, that they made a mistake.“
Morris is smart, and knows politics, but his appraisal here just doesn’t quite sound rational. Blacks and other Nonwhites aren’t just going to start voting for clean-shaven and articulate White-Protestants over Nonwhites like B.H. Obama because of any economic squeeze, no matter how sharply-pinching or long-in-duration that “squeeze” may be. (See the quotation from Lee Kwan Yew at the top of this post).
Youtube commenter “tullius43” points this out to Dick Morris:
I disagree [with the message in the above video]. I no longer think the Democratic base is interested in economic reality. Obama’s free handouts shield them from that reality and he will continue to do so until the country is all but destroyed.
(Interestingly, Romney himself made the news by echoing the above — Obama’s Nonwhite base was motivated by thinly-veiled racial redistributionism, says Romney).
Dick Morris actually must realize the emptiness of his own words above, for about the same time he was producing that clip, he was penning this:
The Campaign Made No Difference [By Dick Morris]
Demographic voting is the new norm in America. You vote based on who you are, not where you live or how well each campaign has articulated its case. 93% of blacks, 70% of Latinos, 60% of those under 30, and 62% of single people, voted for Obama. [Note: Romney won every age grouping of Whites, though --Hail]. And white married couples over 30 years of age voted for Romney. Not much else matters. A president who was elected and re-elected through identity politics has brought about a state of affairs where demographic voting determines the outcome. Our votes are predictable based on our race, ethnicity, age, and marital status well before anybody does any campaigning.
It is bad enough that America is now divided into red and blue states. It is divided into red and blue people as well, based not on their opinions, but on their demographics.
Reaching Racially-Naive Whites
If people are voting based on demographics, why are something like one-in-three White-gentile heterosexuals still voting for Obama?
The answer is that, though a hard-core of Whites is explicitly-ethnomasochistic (and these people are irretrievably lost), mostly it comes down to the tens of millions of racially-naive Whites.
How to reach racially-naive Whites in (e.g.) the Midwest? Pat Buchanan says to be more economically-nationalist: the image (which still resounds with some, and which happens to be mostly true) of Republicans as pro-multinational-corporations and anti-working-man…hurts.
Ultimately, though, an electoral alternative to the current system seems unlikely. I get the feeling that a lot of White-Americans today are actually ready (and, in some cases, eager) for a….post-USA North America.