Well to be consistent, there are very serious dishonesty problems in both political parties. This just isn't isolated to the Republican party. This is everywhere, and is just as bad in the democratic party. Either way, I look at the upcoming elections as politics as usual with the same old faces from both parties. I'm not left and I'm not right. I just feel this country has to gain some sense and stay far away from either extreme.
I think it is a total stretch to say they are overthrowing either the constitution or committing a coup detat. The thing is in this country is that they will be out of power in 2008 (well at least the Bush administration). The other fact is either the Senate or House can go democrat (I question if that will really change anything at all). We are living in the US, not Venezuela where there is a dictator who wants to declare himself "president for life".
Ha, I'm a libertarian and I pretty much go after everyone. It gets me into a lot of trouble sometimes.
By the way, some Western European countries don't even have Habeas Corpus (or even a written constitution). Not that I'm arguing against either (I'm for it)... this country is actually more far along than quite a few countries in the OECD.
What is objectionable, what is dangerous, about extremists is not that they are extreme, but that they are intolerant. The evil is not what they say about their cause, but what they say about their opponents. - Robert F. Kennedy