And they don't care. That is obvious considering they won't attend debates held by black or Hispanic moderators. Cornell West (who I am a big fan of) has this to say about the current GOP dilemma:
The GOP debate in Baltimore at Morgan State University, led and moderated by Tavis Smiley, and currently being snubbed by the leading candidates, is a pivotal moment in this election. It is a litmus test for a Republican Party that, in the past, has run away from black voters and only selectively interacted with Hispanic citizens.
At this moment in American history, it is clear that either the Republican Party wisely embraces people of color, or it chooses to be a losing political party in the future. The courage and vision of Tavis Smiley, and his often overlooked but historic Covenant movement, has put the limelight on this dilemma of the Republican Party.
We shall see which choice the Republican Party makes in regard to people of color in particular, but most importantly to their future as a party in the American democratic experiment.
Every time I hear about the GOP dodging voters of color, I think back to when they went into attack mode over Howard Dean calling them the party of "white Christians". Truer words could not have sparked such an outrage. If the GOP doesn't want to be labeled as such then they shouldn't act as such. Their actions constantly reaffirm what Dean said. This will help keep the GOP in the minority for years to come.