Taking Whitey for granted.
Over at VDARE, Sailer mentions this book. You can read the Introduction at Amazon, and I notice that some of the points made by the author overlap with recent themes at this blog, particularly:
1. The the White vote is routinely ignored by the media pundits and taken for granted by the GOP, and
2. Attempts by the GOP to increase their share of the "Other" vote (likely doomed to failure) will most probably anger their White voter demographic base, and, ultimately, do more harm than good.
It's true that, in the long run, the GOP is in a difficult position. Winning national elections will become increasingly difficult as their base decreases as a percentage of the electorate; at the same time, approaches to enhance their share of that growing colored demographic will lose them the support of their White base. But, whose fault is that? The GOP have supported the demographic changes in America, they have collaborated in the slow genocide of their own supporters, and, if they face an uncertain political future, a look in the mirror can affix the responsibility for that situation.