I think that’s about right. The only thing I would add to what James just said: When conservatives wanted a presidential candidate who broadly agreed with them on a wide range of issues and also had the standing to beat folks like John McCain or Rudy Giuliani, they had to look to the cast of Law and Order or accept converts from Massachusetts. The fact that the only full-spectrum conservatives in the 2008 presidential race were quirky House members, all but Duncan Hunter effectively backbenchers, and maybe Sam Brownback if you stretch the definition a little is reason to be somewhat gloomy.
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