Mollie Hemingway, one of the few sane voices heard in America's media madhouse, has hit the nail on the head. at least in part. Mollie claims that Match McConnell has "become the single biggest obstacle to GOP success." Although I seldom disagree with Mollie, I do here, at least in part, since I believe McConnell is the biggest obstacle to the success of conservatism, not necessarily the GOP. Thanks to RINOs like McConnell, true conservatism and the GOP are no longer synonymous; in fact, I'm afraid they're no longer even compatible. The GOP, like McConnell, sees success in the election of moderates like Lisa Murkowski, Susan Collins, and Mitt Romney, as well as in the defeat of any true conservative candidates that might threaten the GOP establishment and the DC Swamp's status quo. McConnell, like all RINOs, believes true conservatives are unelectable in today's conservative-hating a-WOKE America, which may, unfortunately, be more true than most conservatives care to admit. To McConnell, Republicans must not only travel the middle road of moderatism, but also veer more to the Left than to the Right if they hope to be successful at the polls. Thanks to McConnell steering the GOP down the middle road, Democrats are enabled to speedily drive our country down the road of destruction. In the light of all of this, political success is no longer the point, since politics on both sides of the political aisle is more of a problem than a solution. What really matters now is doing what's right, not necessary what's politically successful, even if standing up for what's right results in failure at the polls. Yet, how many present-day politicians are willing to do what's right for our country, even if it's not what's best for their political careers or political party? For instance, unlike Mitch McConnell, true conservatives don't see the saving of Ukraine from Vladimir Putin and the Russian Army as "the number one priority for the United States right now." Instead, true conservatives see the saving of America from the likes of Mitch McConnell and Joe Biden, as well as from the DNC and GOP, as the number one priority for the United States right now. Sadly, true conservatives are not only a minority in today's America, but also nonexistent in the Democratic Party and an ever-increasing rarity in the Republican Party, which is led by the single biggest obstacle to their success.