Deroy Murdock tells it like it is at National Review.
What the Republican party badly needs is a Night of the Long Knives.
The GOP has been laid low, thanks to politicians who swapped their principles for power and lost both. As the chief electoral vehicle for conservative and free-market ideas, the Republican party cannot regain America’s confidence —nor should it — until the guilty have been cast into the nearest volcano.
Then he tears into George W. Bush, Tom Delay and the usual suspects for the monetary hemorrhaging, the Republican Congressional Leadership for inept management while they were in charge. He even slams Gingrich for his failings before ending up in a call to return to the principles, if not the policies, of Ronald Reagan. It’s well worth reading the whole thing.
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