Live at CPAC
You’ve probably heard already, but this year’s CPAC 2010 (Conservative Political Action Conference) is the largest, most highly attended in its history. It seems apparent that the Obama Administration has succeeded in doing what we’ve actually been trying to do for years: rallying and activating freedom-loving Americans together en masse.
Thank you, Mr. President.
As it does every year, CPAC is featuring just about every prominent conservative leader in the country (minus Sarah Palin, who turned down an invitation) – and then some. But unlike last year, the mood all over is one of hope and of revolution.
And I’d just like to point out this: it’s got to be a good sign when Massachusetts – of all places – looks this GOOD:
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