The GOP already did the heavy lifting of splitting the non-dem electorate by nominating a sure loser in Romney. They're sending the message the conservative movement no longer is welcome in that party.
Since Reagan left office, I've settled for Bush I and II, Dole and McCain, in the hopes the party would re-examine itself and move back to a more conservative ideology. Instead, it's been a steady leftward movement, capped by Romney's pending nomination.
Mitt Romney will not win in November. As such, this presents a no-risk opportunity for the conservative movement in this country to realign under a new flag. The estabs have ignored us FAR too long, and it's time to make that long-needed move.
Regardless of who gets the Constitution Party nomination, I know I'm going to be casting my vote for a conservative for President... something I haven't done since... Reagan!
You and me both, Scott.