[[ I absolutely, positively hate identity politics. It's institutionalized racism/sexism/whateverism, but that is how the stupid American public thinks, (thanks to the traitorous media).
So, as I've said before, if the GOP doesn't find a woman to run in 2016, it will be a lost cause. ]]
Identity politics, like it or not, is here to stay. It's what happens naturally when you try to force a mixture of ethnicities/demographics into one "pot". Better get used to it.
The key to winning in the future -- if there _is_ a future for us -- will be for conservatives to figure out what _our_ "identity" is, and then to rouse others like ourselves to it.
If you want to see an example of how this works, look at the political parties in the deep south. Those folks clearly understand about "identities", and vote accordingly.
Having said that, the GOP _has_ "a woman to run in 2016".
You know who she is, as do I, as does everyone else reading this.
If Hillary runs, and the Pubbies want to beat her, they'd better face up to what they have to do to win...