In early numbers it is split relatively evenly with people suggesting a new party from scratch and others who recommend hostile take-overs within the GOP.
So, I'd like you to defend your position.
A few ground rules: Your position must be more realistic than idealistic. If you think a Rightful Liberty Platform can support a new party and begin getting on state ballots - fair enough. By the same token, factor-in the realities of the American electoral system. The odds of a new 3rd-party ever winning on the national stage are nearly nil - unless you murder one of the existing parties. The American system is set up for 2 parties. Winning local elections and even some state legislative seats is within the realm of possible for a new party with the right message and support. Getting people to Congress - not so much.
Is it enough to win state elections with a 3rd party, and begin nullification? That's a strategy...
The Tea Party failed to take-over the Rs - that is a fact. Another fact: Most Establishment Rs pee'd themselves and the RNC had to spend a LOT of money to rein-in the Tea Party before they were able to kill it.
Show your work, please.