As I have pointed out before, there are two main categories of people on the "right" who publicly say they are going to vote for Squirrel-Hair. And, as you know, the first type, exemplified by the two people Howe mentions above, has been giddy about his candidacy from the get-go, viewing it as a breath of fresh air, a needed shakeup for the Republican party.
I have nothing but contempt and disgust for those in that category.
The second category, those who stress that they opposed S-H's candidacy as long as others were still in the race (Dennis Prager, Bookworm) still get a shred of my respect, but I'll forever view them a little differently than I used to.
Just before writing this post, I saw a really stupid essay over at The American Thinker that I won't even honor with a link that took this neverTrumpers-are-traitors position, saying it's we who will have much to answer for after
If there is one aspect of this whole debacle that can be, with some tortured reasoning, construed as a positive, it is that the S-H phenomenon has shown us the price of certain souls.