In October of 2015, under the headline of "Republican mess originates from betrayed voters’ belief in big talk," The Washington Times wrote "Polls suggest that upwards of 80 percent of Republican voters are dissatisfied with leaders who make fake promises. That number is surely growing." It is not elected Democrats these voters are angry with on this issue. After all, it is undeniable that Republican voters have not been voting for whatever it has been that Democrats have been promising. It is not Democrats who have angered these Republican voters with so many broken promises, over so many years. It is elected Republicans. Now I know this might sound a bit harsh to some Americans; but we have all seen the worrying levels of anger and frustration at Republican rallies this election year, and I have the most obvious, simplest solution to this phenomenon: come November, Republican voters need to be persuaded to stay home on election day. To stay home for the good of the nation. But before we can appeal to their sense of patriotism; patriotism which they are always always insisting they posses in greater quantities than others Americans do -- even those Americans who have fought, bled and been wounded defending America -- we must have an intervention. Like the drunkard who refuses to admit that it is they themselves who are the problem, that it is not the alcohol; we have an identifiable block of voters who have consistently vote for politicians, who have repeatedly offered up promises that most rational, thinking people could see through as undeliverable during their terms in office. But the dis-eased Republican voter of the last few decades has had their minds and perceptions so warped, and so damaged as to not be able to see through the most flimsy of promises -- like 61 false bills to repeal Obamacare. This is done with a strong sense of denial. Denial of the reality that the votes are not actually there to override a veto by President Obama. Republican voters, like the diseased alcoholic who believes that if they have just one more drink, they could get it right; believe that if they vote just one more time, for just the right candidate -- they will get it right. Voting the same way over and over again and expecting a different result is the definition of insanity. With Republican voters we have an identifiable bloc of voters who insist that if they are able to vote again, just one more time, history and reason will fall to the wayside. History and reason will not, and neither should the America polity. If we all truly love America as much as we claim to, we all need to insist on an intervention. We all need to nudge, push, and persuade our fellow Americans who suffer from this dis-ease. We need to nudge, push, and persuade them into taking that very essential first step: admitting they have a problem. Only Republican Voters Can Save America. They can do this by staying home on election day come November.