It isn’t true at all that we can’t change it.
It doesn’t have to do with amnesty, it has to do with outreach to them and running candidates in their districts. Look at what Stephen Harper has done: they came to power with the goal of running a candidate in every single district and spreading their message. Now, there are many immigrant and minority conservative MPs and if anything, their party has moved to the right, as far as Canadians go.
The trick besides running relate-able candidates and contesting every district was to move to the center on heavily divisive issues like abortion and gay marriage; these issues do nothing but distract the real problems in the country and create one issue voters.
There is no way that you could argue that we run candidates in every district. There are young, black, intelligent conservatives ready to run in every district and we need to run them and give them whatever resources they need to get attention and votes.
I promise we won’t win all of the races, but I do promise that we will win some, and some is all we need to turn the tide since the democrats depend 100% on racism and fear.
Also, we need black and hispanic representatives to go into the ghetto and explain how we will make it so they don’t have to live in fear anymore, we will bring back business and create jobs. They are afraid of us taking their welfare when that is all they have but we can setup plans to fix their communities without removing welfare right away.
As the neighborhoods become safer and better maintained, people from the suburbs will begin to do business there, and the new money will make minority voters like the rest of the country and much more likely to vote republican.