In his chapter "What the Right Wants," Lakoff paints a fairly unflattering portrait of the conservative movement's attempt to gain power in America, and he says, "for strict father morality to gain and maintain political power, disunity is required" (87).
What does he mean by disunity? Disunity among whom? How does disunity further the cause of conservatives? In what sense does the strict father frame use or promote disunity? Has Lakoff gone off the deep end here?