Insufficient, and badly confused. First: Your thoughts and prayers are not at issue, and not politically significant. Political power rests in actions, deeds, allegiances etc. Second: there are no such "Republican ideals". The Republican Party has been ideologically fascist since 1980 at the latest, and probably 1968 in significant fraction; fascist Parties have no ideals of that kind, and the Republican Party hasn't supported or represented or been guided by them for over a generation now. Anyone who wishes to join others in political support for such ideals must look elsewhere. (Suggestion: The Democratic Party adopted many of them, as it abandoned its former ideology and voter base in pursuit of corporate money and fear of Reagan's supposed popularity- Bill Clinton's accomplishments earned him the appellation "Best Republican President of the 20th Century"). Third: the entire Republican Party, as a unified political entity, fully supports Trump. Trump, in turn, represents it well - his policies and tactics and agenda and official actions all align with those of the Republican Party of the past forty years or so. He's a mainstream Republican - the past President he resembles most is Reagan. Anyone who supports the Republican Party thereby supports Trump, and vice versa. - - - - - Their world features a mythical Republican Party, a fictional entity invented by professional marketers in the mid to late 1900s. They support its tenets, whatever they have most recently been presented to be, and believe whatever historical revisions and present misrepresentations are necessary to maintain its existence. They regard information about the past fifty years of actual Republican Party behavior and revealed ideology as the product of stereotypical character flaws, immaturity, and/or economic ignorance on the part of people with unrealistic worldviews (their mythical Republican Party is a foundation of their reality, remember) You've met some here. They are not outliers. More personally: I do. Many. Most of my working and residential life has been spent in their company. The ones on this forum seem typical of their demographic group in that Party (in the outer world one finds a higher proportion of Seattles and Bowsers amd Beaconaters, a lower proportion of Billvons) - you can take their posting here as representative, right down to their denial of supporting Trump when they support Republican initiatives and politicians (a quick search through the record of the campaigns of 2004 and the fallout from Katrina will hand you the same basic take on that demographic's support of W&Cheney, which they carried to the comical extreme of pretending to have organized a separate political entity the called the "Tea Party" - not as a joke, either, even with its parody inversion of the original Tea Party's motivations and context.) The "Tea Party" never existed other than as a deceptively (professional marketer) named collection of standard and loyal and supportive Republicans. Neither does any current Republican political entity claimed to oppose Trump. As with W, as with Reagan, as with HW, support for any aspect of the Republican Party - money, membership, declarations of allegiance to its mythical "ideals", media operations, votes for Republican politicians, etc - is support for Trump, and vice versa.