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God and Jeb at CPAC

Milt37 Wrote: Mar 05, 2013 1:13 PM
As much as I think George I and George II meant well, and were honorable men, I really don't think the country is ready for Bush III. First of all, we'd have to go back and teach kids Roman Numerals. Second, we fought a little war called the Revolutionary War against the rule of dynasty and King George III. I think this country is Bush-whacked, and if the GOP establishment types start pushing Jeb (no matter how different or more qualified) as the next king, they're going to loose again. That's just going to lead to Queen Hillary gaining the throne. In all of America, can't we do better?

John McCain’s presidential campaign manager from four years ago, Steve Schmidt, has compared the upcoming Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) to the “Star Wars bar scene.”

Reflecting on the dysfunctional 2008 freak show that passed for a campaign against Barack Obama, Mr. Schmidt would know.

The conference’s problem, for many longtime participants, is not the diversity and raucous freedom one might expect to find in a social club on an alien planet. The quandary is that what is now the largest gathering of conservative activists in the nation has wandered far from its original intent, which was a rejection...