Not available on YouTube, this PJTV Instapundit clip with Roger Stone is worth your time.
The two heads kick around the idea of whether the Tea Party morphs into a third party, or eats the GOP for breakfast. It's the most cogent discussion on the topic I've seen yet.
It's fascinating to consider the similarity between the GOP and the POTUS. Together, they are in a situation where their personal power fetish is their own worst enemy. Each has to decide whether they will give up some of what they consider rightfully theirs in order to maintain greater fidelity with their public image.
In the case of the former, I think there may be some hope. The jig is up for centralization. Whether you want to label it "Compassionate" or "National Greatness" or "NeoCon" Conservativism, it still spells staggering deficits and unsustainable debt.
In the latter case, Don Surber seems to recommend a rubber ducky, as the inflatable life preservers are colloquially known among squids. (Hat tip: Fishersville Mike). It seems that BHO genuinely believes in the course he's steering. That's not the kind of belief which can be readily amended, if Jimmy Carter is any evidence.
Of the two, the GOP is more likely to survive a come-to-Beavis moment.