In the third and final day of their Los Angeles Times Dust Up about the future of the GOP, Associate Editor Katherine Mangu-Ward and Instapundit impresario Glenn Reynolds ponder the trouble caused by Gov. Mark Sanford and Sarah Palin. The modern Republican Party is a hot mess, says Mangu-Ward, and a couple of wacky governors aren't going to make or break the party of Lincoln in 2012. Reynolds longs for the days when no one cared about politics much.
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