Suppose I were a Republican who agreed with the party on many, if not most, major issues, but absolutely disagreed with them on one or two key ones - let’s say homosexuality (this is particularly apt, considering that many of the Republican or otherwise conservative posters on this very board are like this). Right now, the party, given the opinions of many of its members, its official platform, and actions like these on the part of its most prominent members, doesn’t show any sign of going towards acceptance of homosexuals - natural, given the power the Religious Right still holds.
What would be the best way to counteract this? How are the Log Cabin Republicans doing it? The Democrats who think unions are having a bad influence on their party?
In other words, what do I, or you, or we, do?