Autopsy on an election: Ten things we learned in 2012 – LGBTQ Nation

Ten things we may have learned from the 2012 elections:

1. The culture war is over.

For real. GOP strategist Karl Rove needs to tear that chapter from his playbook and burn it in the nearest fireplace. The tired old tactics of the Far Right to demonize LGBT Americans and minorities no longer work. Just look at the ballot box on Nov. 6 for proof.

2. America reaffirms that it is a progressive nation.

The Democrats understand the rapidly changing demographics of the populace, and embrace multiculturalism, inclusiveness and tolerance. The Republicans continue to shrink into the party of grumpy old men … mostly white Southern “good ol’ boys” who don’t like change.

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