[UPDATE] Welcome, Instapundit readers. To save time: we need implementation of the good ideas we’ve had already more than we need new good ideas; if I have a choice between bondage-themed clubs and more of this I’d like the bondage-themed clubs, thanks; and the grassroots activists that we have now are not public utilities, and many do not like being volunteered to work.
My advice to GOP donors: Ignore ‘em, and send your money directly to candidates you like.
…Just resign yourself to the fact that doing so will limit November’s victories to candidates that can somehow manage to get your attention.
You don’t like the RNC, the NRSC, and/or the NRCC? Fine. You got something that will replace them? You have something that will allocate resources to every race, work with every candidate, keep track of the Other Side’s mistakes and pounce on them? Let me save you some time: no, you don’t. You don’t have anything that’s even close. And if there is anything that’s even close that’ll be in place in time to be a meaningful factor in November, I have not heard its name.
If you have a problem with the Republican party’s candidate selection system, join the Republican party and start doing all the boring scutwork involved with candidate selection. You’ll be amazed at how quickly you’ll be in a position to do something about your problems.
PS: Please note that this reflects my personal, private opinion and nobody else’s.