The American Conservative: The Republican Party is a cult.
In my view, the GOP is a religion.
I’ve seen it, read it, and heard it before.
The party is a political cult in which members worship a deity, usually a charismatic leader, whose actions and beliefs have no basis in reality.
I see the GOP as a religion, and the cult in question as the religion.
What’s the problem?
The Republican cult is rooted in an ideology.
This ideology is rooted not in reality but in a self-image.
It is a belief that what you believe in and what you do are the same thing.
It doesn’t matter whether your beliefs are grounded in fact or fiction.
It matters only whether you believe the way you think.
What do I mean by that?
The GOP worships a belief system that is, in my view (and that of others), an ideology of self-perception.
And the belief system is deeply entrenched, rooted in its religious heritage, that of the Christian Church.
The GOP has a cult of personality, which is, to use a phrase from a fellow Christian, an idea of how the party should behave.
Its members have an image of themselves, and their image of the party, that they have created to conform to that image.
And this is a very, very bad thing.
To get a sense of how bad this cult is, consider that its ideology is based on the belief that the party’s actions and its leadership should reflect the party.
Its leadership is the embodiment of this party, and its actions are the reflection of its leadership.
As a result, a person in the GOP’s leadership who has no regard for reality and its followers will be perceived as disloyal and/or even a traitor to the party when he/she disagrees with the party on policy.
A Republican in the leadership will be seen as the enemy of the Party.
And that will set the stage for the destruction of the Republican Party.
What does that mean?
If you’re a member of the GOP, the primary goal of the organization is to achieve power, and that’s what you should be doing.
If you disagree with the leadership, the organization will take you down and force you to follow its will.
This means that members of the leadership have no regard at all for reality or reality’s reality.
It means that they can’t see that they are, in fact, acting in good faith when they vote on policy and they are voting on the ideas of the people who have led the party for a long time.
The idea of good faith is an ideology, and it has no foundation in reality or in fact.
So if you think the GOP leaders are acting in bad faith, then you should vote for them.
If, on the other hand, you think they are acting only in good conscience, then vote for somebody else.
That’s why the Republican leadership has been so successful.
It has been able to build a powerful and powerful organization.
It’s the only thing that has ever stopped the Democrats.
The Republican party is now a cult, an ideology with a cult leader.
The leader of the cult is a charismatic, charismatic leader.
That charismatic leader has an identity that is self-confident, that is proud of his cult status, and he uses that identity to justify his actions.
His followers have an identity, a belief, that has no basis.
The members of this cult believe in a God, who they believe is an imaginary being, but who they see as a real, living person.
They are led to believe that the world is a fair place, that there are objective rules for the world that they obey, that the people in power are honest, that everything is just and fair.
The belief that this cult leader has is that this is the right thing to do.
If it is, then why should the rest of us follow suit?
If it’s not, then what are we doing?
And this, of course, is where we find ourselves today.
We can see it all around us.
The American conservative has long been a proponent of the idea that the GOP leadership is in thrall to the Republican God.
It does not matter whether you agree with the God of this GOP leader or not.
You have a right to believe what you want, as long as you don’t do anything to hurt the party or the party leadership.
That means voting for Republicans who support policies that are favorable to the GOP God, not to the Party God.
If the Republican party leadership is committed to a god, then it will be hard for it to reform.
It will be harder to remove the god from its leaders, because it has to be forced to do so.
But it will not be easy.
It won’t be as easy as it would be for the Democratic Party to remove its God from its leadership or the Democratic party itself.
If I were the leader of a Republican Party in America, I’d try to remove myself from that leadership.
I’d tell my followers,