It may surprise you but my answer is still “no.”
No, Republicans are not entirely worthless: the South voted against the election of Obama, against Obamacare, for the repeal of Obamacare, against the DREAM Act multiple times, against “comprehensive immigration reform,” against DADT repeal, BRA’s stimulus, etc.
The problem is not a party label that will be solved with another party label. The South has voted against everything from the Civil Rights Act of 1964 to Obamacare to the DREAM Act. We have desperately tried to appoint conservative justices to the Supreme Court to reverse the decline of America.
Here’s the rub: Dixie is a nation submerged within a state, a perpetual minority in a consolidated despotism, and in a country governed by “majority rule” we are never going to “take our country back” by any means short of secession.
I have no doubt that hundreds, if not thousands of White Southerners have been elected to state, local, and federal offices, who are sincerely opposed to our national decline, and who have resisted that decline in good faith.
We have seen that spirit of resistance manifest itself on multiple occasions … and it would have worked too, as when the South filibustered the Civil Rights Act of 1964, but the existence of the Union has thwarted every single effort at reform through the system.
If the Union were dissolved, the system could be reformed and free government could be restored. Alternatively, the preservation of the Union will inevitably result in the total loss of all freedom and the acceleration of our descent into a Third World country.