So what lessons should the GOP learn from this election? No more two white-guy tickets? More sizzle than substance in a candidate needed? Forget the facts, throw bombs? According to the various news outlets, the new king on political battlefield is demographics--with Obama's Black/Latino/Young and single women voting block essentially ready to become more important than the white male/ senior vote groups. Blacks will always vote for another black--unless he's a Republican. Latinos--not so sure, but the immigration stance by the right seems to have put them in the Dems camp. Women--who knows, but I'm surprised that a slick guy like Obama wouldn't have just been seen as that-a slick operator that came across like a bad memory. Any logic to this? If true, this doesn't bode well for the GOP; changing their view of the world and who can get elected as their standard bearer will be very difficult.