I pose a question to you all: What do Republicans have to do to become relevant again?
Fueled by an explosion in the projections of Hispanic population growth (Here's a graph for you visual people):
As most of you already know, Caucasians will no longer make up the majority of American's at some point between 2044 and 2052. Historically, the Republican Party has catered to the "White Male" and has upheld an archaic vision for the country in an age where the relevance of their message is waning.
What do you all think the Republican Party has to do to remain relevant? Do they have to finally ease up on some of their core convictions that, though not implicitly, help solely their demographic (hint: White Males); or do they have go even further to the right in the hopes that, when executed without the presence of any liberal influence, the country has the drastic turn-around that they preach so ardently?
Please be civil as I don't want this thread to be closed.