Sounds like the same story in every state. We may have had more numbers, this time around, but compared to 2008, I feel like we didn't even really try to win this nomination. We didn't actively campaign for our delegates or even our ideas this time around. The commercials were nothing more than attack ads. In CO, our state coordinator was actually having people vote for Santorum delegates.
The real problem is, nobody wants to waste their time in the Republican party if they can't simply be who they are. It was hard enough getting people into it, to begin with. But there's no holding them together now. You can't build a sneaky movement to take over the party because sneaks will never have the numbers.