The culture tussle between the two leading evangelists of the Republican Party culminates in a battle for the conscience and direction of the party.
The contrast in styles and focus between the old guard and the new school within the Republican Party is clear.
Symbolized by the friction between conservative commentator Rush Limbaugh and RNC Chairman Michael Steele, the conscience of the Grand Ol' Party is being recruited by new agendas, a new look, and a new focus to change its current course and become relevant in voting blocs that have written off the GOP long ago, using this strategy as a springboard for electoral success.
While some see this internal development as a change reflective of a morphing America, others see it as the ultimate RINO (Republican In Name Only) betrayal and have fought to reclaim the party in the quest to restore Republican political power within the state capitals of the country as well as Washington, DC. ...