Refusing to confront evil, and there by being a passive ally of it, is not a conservative stand.
I think it time for you die hards to admit your position has more to do with your sour grapes that your candidate did not win the GOP nomination then anything resembling principal.
The whole ‘ally of the devil’ screed is the biggest load of dog squeeze that’s ever been typed into this forum. It falls on its own fallacy in the lesser of two evils. Evil is evil, and I for one don’t pucker to kiss his anus just because it’s ‘our’ guy’s starfish.
There’s no sour grapes; only knowing elevating one biz suit in place of the empty suit won’t do a damn thing about the problems we face even now (let alone in the 10 yr. plan Ryan touts). ‘My’ guy lost, maybe fair/square...but don’t expect to me to be a part of the lemming pack, just because of the symbol after his name.
His record is there for all to see. Believing he’s going to govern as a Conservative (whereas I’d rather much vote for Constitutionalist myself)... you might as well enjoy the (R) Kool-aid, but it won’t be happening.
Boeher and McConnell have already proved they’re ineffective, there will be ‘no need’ to remove them from their positions whence Mitt is in; and the game will continue...only slower than the last. Nothing gets rolled back, nothing is de-funded and removed and nothing meaningful is done to restore FREEDOM and our Republic.
Skip the Pres. selection and fight for the local/House/Senate seats. At least getting more Tea Party types elected will throw a monkey wrench in the GOPe machine that maybe MORE will start to sit-up and pay attention.