They say all the interesting discussions are intra-party, and I agree. So the bailout package debate has been particularly absorbing/distracting. I suspect it's a confirmation of Rush Limbaugh's power that there are as many bailout foes as there are. Here's what I've been able to gleam so far (I could add David Brooks but he's too RINO and Michelle Malkin is too young):
Supports BailoutOf the four Republicans in the family I've talked to about it, two are for it, two against it.
Does Not Support Bailout
I think there's a libertarian element and a conservative element within the broader Republican party. The conservative element leans towards authority and stability and could be conceived more "Catholic", while the liberatarian element is more rugged individualist, independent and willing to take risks, and hence more "Protestant". Of course I could be all wet.
Update: Looking at the list above, there's four Catlicks in the first group and only one (that I know of) in the second. Hmmm....I wonder if I walked into a remark that was quasi-insightful? I always figure if I throw enough stuff out on the blog, something is likely to be smart.