As soon as Ross told it like was, a great deal of the audience left the meeting, shouting angrily as they did so. One particularly incensed lady began chanting of the Republican Party's imminent demise, no doubt due to the strong injection of logic and reason her ilk had just received. A few observers clapped, proving that there is indeed still hope for we sane Republicans, who fear that our party is in grave danger of being taken over by an ultimately small, but resiliently vocal band of wingnuts. Putting this aside, Ross's actions proved two things: the first being that the far right must be dealt with quickly and decisively in order to be prevented from attaining undue power, and the second that these people are not true Republicans whatsoever, despite often claiming to be. This can be easily deduced from watching the manner in which they quite literally packed up their marbles and rushed home as soon as an opinion, and a factual one at that, contrary to theirs was presented. These ideologues care not for the stability of the GOP and are clearly using it only as a vessel to promote their warped, highly unpopular ideas.
It is for the sake of the mainstream American center-right that they immediately be stopped from seriously influencing its political process more than they already have. During times such as these, we all should remember that, regardless of our personal differences, radicalism in government can, and undoubtedly will, unite us all in defeat.
This, needless to say, is a war which the good guys simply cannot lose, for the price would be far too high if they did.