Whether you read and trusted all the polls, which were correct, or you told conservatives for years that they were on a losing road, you should be able to revel in being correct. Bruce Bartlett takes the opportunity to detail his long falling-out with his fellow conservatives.
I know that it’s unattractive and bad form to say “I told you so” when one’s advice was ignored yet ultimately proved correct. But in the wake of the Republican election debacle, it’s essential that conservatives undertake a clear-eyed assessment of who on their side was right and who was wrong. Those who were wrong should be purged and ignored; those who were right, especially those who inflicted maximum discomfort on movement conservatives in being right, ought to get credit for it and become regular reading for them once again.