I have long argued against a third-party split and the Nightmare Option of simply conceding the country to the liberals for 20 disastrous years.
I am no longer confident in such arguments.
At some point -- and that point is coming soon and hard -- the Republican Party must be treated as what it is, a second enemy party dominated by corporate liberalism.
Before quoting Cost's article, let me mention his book A Republic No More, a sustained argument that the inherent and apparently unreformable level of corruption in the American government has made it no longer a republic at all.
[T]he Republican Party, while far preferable to the unchecked liberalism of the Democrats, is not all that conservative.
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