"If you went back to the end of the 19th century and suggested to, say, William McKinley that one day Americans would find themselves choosing between a candidate promising to guarantee your mortgage and a candidate promising to give “tax cuts” to millions of people who pay no taxes he would scoff at you for concocting some patently absurd H G Wells dystopian fantasy. Yet it happened."
Read The Great Steyn's view on election 2008 here. Maybe by 2012 the Republican Party will find a Conservative to nominate for President. Or maybe that's too '80's, man.