I think after this latest RINO produced disaster, the GOP-e knows they have to retool their thinking, or go the way of the Whigs. Even with widespread Democrat voter fraud, Obama should have been whipped soundly by any reasonably solid Republican challenger.
The fact that Mitt Romney didn't bury Obama in a landslide, can't all be chalked up to the Dems cheating. In my mind, most of that loss has to be laid at the doorstep of the RNC, who insisted upon foisting yet another milquetoast candidate onto the center-right.
I think it's now painfully apparent to everyone concerned, that the instincts of staunch conservatives were right all along. This wasn't the time to run a nice guy, who wouldn't think of dirtying his fingernails in a street brawl with the left. No, it was precisely the time for the sort of leader that the Tea Party movement demanded. Someone who is fearless, outspoken, and patriotic to a fault. Someone who could inspire the people to answer the call to arms, and boldly lead us to spit in the eye of the evil that is destroying us.
Right when we needed Churchill, the GOP-e gave us Chamberlain.
Do we get it now, people? Have we finally had enough of this? Are we going to allow the party to play us like fools again in 2016? I surely hope not. Even now, I think the GOP may have set the stage for a conflict of unimaginable proportions, but if we somehow avoid a total breakdown of this country, it's certain to me that the conservative right has been played the fool for the very last time.
The GOP-e LIKES being the minority party. That’s the problem. Look at Boner, he acts like being Speaker is a burden. I would like to be speaker of the house for 10 minutes, I would probably start CWII.