It’s like the eight years of George W. Bush never happened.
Because DeMint believes that "unless freedom-loving Americans can unite within the Republican Party, the Democrats will win every election and continue to shamelessly lead our nation toward an economic collapse," he calls on "every citizen who believes in freedom and opportunity" to "abandon the Democratic Party and help us restore a Republican Party that is principled, passionate, and worthy of the trust of freedom-loving Americans."
DeMint mentions in his last chapter of Now or Never that "the definition of insanity is to keep doing the same thing expecting different results." This he applies to the Democratic Party’s economic agenda. But this is exactly what conservatives keep doing: Voting Republican and then wishing, hoping, and praying that something better will come of it than the last time they did so. Meanwhile, the government grows larger, spending continues to rise, the welfare state remains intact, the Constitution is still violated, regulations increase, the police state gets more tyrannical, and more of our liberties are taken away.
DeMint believes there to be "irreconcilable differences" between Democrats and Republicans. But as anyone knows who observed the Republican Party when it had total control of the federal government for over four years under Bush – like the control DeMint wants Americans to give Republicans in the 2012 election – the only "irreconcilable differences" between the two parties is how to run the welfare/warfare/regulatory/police state.