This has been a really strange GOP primary. Almost the whole way through we've seen an almost rabid attempt to deny Mitt the nomination so a REAL conservative can be nominated. But the primary electorate would have none of it. Since Mitt's got this all wrapped up what does this say about conservatism and the GOP party? Is Mitt the REAL conservative and the rest RINO's? Is this the fallout from the Citizen's United ruling? Is the religous wing of the party losing it's influence? Is the Tea Party no longer a driving force? Will we see moderates gaining power in congress? What say you? What's the message? Or is there a message? How can a moderate win the nomination in a party full of hard core conservatives?