your sense of anger and disappointment at the actions of people and groups that you believe have done harm to republicans. I don't think the harm they may have done has anything to do with the reputation or chances the republicans have at a run for the white house. Far more people see past the shennaningans of wingnuts and egocentrics than any media outlet would have their viewers know. The media's focus on those groups, individuals and divisive stories keep most media outlets in business these days. I also don't believe the death of Bin Laden creates a sure thing for Obama in two years. I always hope that good men and women serious about moving this nation and her citizens up and forward will step up to the plate. What this nation needs are grown ups willing to invest the best of themselves in making this nation the powerhouse we once were. Jobs and education, infrastructure and innovation are the areas that need rebuilding to get us back to a healthy state of not only economy but national spirit and pride. Until the ideologists are sent packing and those with a sense of nation and her coming people first get real work done, we will continue to sink while the baiting, chest thumping, threats and sniping from the policy makers ring in our ears. Politicians, and the public need to turn away from the circus and start thinking critically about substantial matters and find the solutions to our problems and the fortitude to carry out those solutions that eventually benefits everyone in a fair and just manner.