Very well said, you hit the nail on the head and I totally agree with you.<quoted text>
To the victors go the spoils; to the defeated, the shame.
Romney and his supporters lost because they simply couldn't understand middle America of 2012. The GOP designed a campaign for 1965 America, when white males were the only group that they had to impress.
Get your head out of the sand; America is a vast, diverse voting population, and if you want to tap into that electorate, you'd better learn their needs, fears and wants.
This election proved that you can't buy your way into the presidency with financing from your billionaire buddies like the Koch Brothers.
The GOP is outdated and out of touch with their ideology.
They've gotten too extreme, allowed their party to be invaded and hijacked by Tea Party loons with no solutions to anything, just cheap rhetoric designed to incite hatred.
And those diabolical Koch brothers who along with Addelson and Hamm thought they could help buy Romney the election.
They need to understand there are changing demographics and a new majority in America, this is not the America of the 50's, 60's or 70's for that matter and extremism doesn't fly on a national platform.
They need to listen to the voters instead of deciding what's best for the voters, and need to do the job they were elected to do instead of engaging in partisan politics that only holds back the country's progress.