In response to the post just below this one:
More than one “should” in an article. How droll.
You do realize that the verb “should” describes a state contrary to reality.
Not a subjunctive hypothetical but an antithesis.
Saying that A should or should not do B is wishing for reality to be other than it is. It is to put not to fine a point on it a republicrat bloviatory creptitation and is avoided in acceptable writing.
Kinda’ reminds me of those Mike Tyson sketches on In Living Color. Or, to borrow from “Little Carmine” Lupertazzi, this commenter sounds like “an old-fashioned kind of guy—very allegorical.”