In a non-startling display of party operating policy, the Dallas County GOP has officially claimed defeat in their pursuit of Black constituents, leaving local party leaders and organizations to the political wolves.
Calvin Stephens, chairman of the beleaguered party's Dallas chapter, has acknowledged the organization's demise.
“It kind of dissipated,” remarked Stephens. “The enthusiasm we had before, all the momentum doesn't exist now.”
Stephens was successful in swaying several business oriented, conservative voters to the party prior to President Obama's historic victory, but has found the same goal seemingly unachievable since.
“I don't mind taking on challenges, but I'm not crazy.”
Now it is up to Jonathan Neerman, chairman of Dallas County's GOP, to step in and save the social-cancer stricken party from destruction at the hands of a diversity impoverished status quo.