The key lesson for the Republican Party coming out of the overwhelming win of Barack Obama’s 2012 presidential bid is they now have to finally accept that the American people see President Barack Obama. The American people want to see their President to be successful. The American people showed that they understand that President Obama’s failure is tantamount to financial suicide, so they sent the president to a second term with the leadership mandate of 332 Electoral Votes versus 206 for Mitt Romney.
President Obama’s unquestionable victory got US House of Representative Speaker John Boehner (Republican) promoted to the new voice of the GOP. Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Donald Trump, and other right-wing conservative radio and television personalities have been demoted back to their respective media circuses.
My guess is Tea Party Movement (KKK) obstruction antics may make their US House seats at-risk in the 2014 Midterm Election. Hence, the Tea Party Movement (KKK) will have to see compromise as an honorable way to do business. That is to say that being a Tea Party Movement (KKK) ultra-conservative ideologue is political suicide for these right-wing juggernauts.
Fox Media was the conservative right-wing media venue for vilifying Democrat President Barack Obama and glorifying Republican Mitt Romney during the 2012 Presidential Campaign. At best the Fox mantra of “Fair and Balance” morph into a witticism.
Fox helped in the promotion of anti-Obama propaganda and praised of Romney propaganda. They found themselves with the horrifying unintended consequence of enchanting Romney with an illusion he was winning where he prepared no concession speech should President Obama win reelection. Fox evidently ignored the teaching of Nazi Chancellor Adolph Hitler who taught that the worst enemy of propaganda is the truth.
What the GOP has to accept is that white males are no longer the ruling class meaning that yesteryear’s white male privilege morph into today’s American privilege. Women and nonwhites are America’s 21th Century voter paradigm.