In the aftermath of Mitt Romney’s disastrous content-free campaign and the establishment GOP’s defeat in a number of Senate races, Tea Partiers and small government constitutional conservatives are asking, “what do we do next?”
My answer is that we have to step-up our efforts to take over the Republican Party.
Right now, the establishment GOP is reeling from Romney’s defeat and the failure of their leadership is obvious: this is the time to make the case for new leadership.
Of course, it would be great if we could start with the failed national Republican leaders, such as Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Prebus and Congressional leaders John Boehner and Mitch McConnell — who should all resign, as they do in parliamentary governments after a defeat of this magnitude.
However, our two-party system allows them to cling to power even when they fail, so we have to start from the bottom up.