No, not in that way. I am officially out of the Republican party. So what did it? Well, the straw that broke the camel's back for me was the GOP's shameful treatment of Ron Paul, and by extension all of his followers (which includes me!) Why should I be part of a political party that actively campaigns against the things I hold dear? That's just stupid - right?
So I am now a registered Libertarian. It was only a matter of time anyway. I've been attracted to the Libertarian party ever since I read the voter's pamphlet entry by the Libertarian candidate for President back in 2000 (who I voted for by the way). He said (paraphrasing) "we have a Department of Transportation that doesn't transport anything, a Department of Energy that produces no energy, a Department of Agriculture that produces no crops..." well, you get the idea. All of these government agencies tend to get in the way of the producers who want to transport things, and give us energy and food.
Now, I don't agree with everything the Libertarians believe (I am decidedly pro-life) but I agree with way more Libertarian ideals than Republican ideals (do they have any?)
So that's it. 34 years (plus or minus) as a Republican. Seems weird. I think I'll get used to it though.