The popular definition of insanity is, "doing the same thing over and over, and expecting a different result."
Well, for the past 50 years we've been following the "Buckley Rule" which states that you're supposed to support the most Conservative candidate who can win. And, for the past 50 years, this country has been sliding ever closer to outright Communism.
I have no doubt that Bill Buckley was a genius but, apparently, not even he could see where that philosophy would lead us.
The flaw in the theory is that you never really know who can win. Could Mike Castle win in Delaware? Probably. But...could Christine O'Donnell win? Quite possibly. Especially if Chris Coonz's "bearded Marxist" comments get out into the general public. The country, including Delaware, has seen Marxism in action for the past 2 years and it scares the Hell out of them.
What the "Buckley Rule" has gotten us is a bunch of Democrats with an "R" next to their name. And, the farther Left that the Democrat Party slides, the farther left that the Republican Party slides. So what in the Hell is the sense in continuing that?
From now on, we need "The Exile Rule": vote for the most Conservative person in the race. Period. Polls have shown forever that this country is majority Conservative.
Why can't the likes of "political genius" Karl Rove make that simple connection?