Good advice! Ok, problem solved. I went to the Junk Yard and ripped the dashboard apart from some poor old Jeep in their lot. The thing had 138,000 miles with a blown motor (its what the sticker said.... makes me sad) Anyway, It turns out I was not looking for a replacement screw or bolt. After inspecting the whole bracket from the part car, I realized whoever worked on my car in the past broke the small plastic collar that sits between the copper nut and the headlight switch assembly. The plastic collar is sandwiched in-between.
I did have to remove the center plastic console, the plastic underneath the steering wheel, the instrument panel and the small electric connections on the instrument panel. All in all it was an easy fix.