If your upset with the Republican Party, or with the Democrats for that matter, there are many ways to express your frustration. You could run for office. Maybe pen an op-ed in the local newspaper.
Or, you can do as Mr. Cody Fitch did in California, go to court. Really. The Volokh Conspiracy blog posted a complaint from a fellow in the west coast who did just that in Fitch v. Republican Party (Cal. Super. Ct. filed Aug. 19, 2013).
Among the parade of offenses we have professional negligence, breach of fiduciary duty, and breach of contract. You’ll need to read the complaint to appreciate the factual posture of the case. The word “Communist” appears numerous times.
Prayer for Relief? In addition to $90,000 for law school tuition, he wants a private meeting with Meghan McCain to discuss politics (this, alone, should be grounds for dismissal), a cool $90,000,000 in damages, as well as a secure U.S.-Mexico border. Read it. There are a few more requests.
Here is some free legal advice to Mr. Fitch, start a blog. Talking about odd political statements, here is one from Rep. Charlie Rangel (D-New York) saying that there is “no reason why a young person should have to pay for a college education …”: