Well, yes I do. I found an editorial by Will in the Washigton Post that seemed pretty obviously correct. So, here it is:
If Trump is nominated, the GOP must keep him out of the White House (excerpted with comments at Media Matters)
This has been quote elsewhere, but it's worth repeating here:
"If Trump is nominated, Republicans working to purge him and his manner from public life will reap the considerable satisfaction of preserving the identity of their 162-year-old party while working to see that they forgo only four years of the enjoyment of executive power."The thing is, "standard" (i.e., normal) Republicans know that voting for Trump is a bad idea. But the many supporters of Trump aren't standard Republicans anymore.
And they sure aren't normal.