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Day one of CPAC 2012

Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli

Senator Jim DeMint South Carolina

Senator Mike Lee Utah

Andrew Breitbart

CPAC 2012 had a great first day with rousing speeches from conservatives like Senators Jim DeMint, Mike Lee, Ron Johnson, and Rand Paul. Extremely informative panel discussions on topics ranging from foreign policy to the EPA’s green assault on jobs. A couple of highlights were the speech from Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinellli and an eye-opening panel discussion unmasking the puppet masters of the Occupy movement by Andrew Breitbart and Citizens United. They are working on a new film due out this spring called Occupy Unmasked. DTN will have more on this soon.

 

 

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Marco Rubio delivers the GOP weekly address; reminds us what the conservative movement stands for

We are now in the midst of a contentious presidential primary season. This should be an opportunity for Republicans and conservatives to flood the airwaves (and the Internet) promoting the conservative vision of America that a Republican president and congress would deliver. Instead of seizing the moment, Republicans have, by and large, allowed the main stream media and their super PACs to control the narrative squabbling (often dishonestly) over meaningless issues like tax returns, private equity, professional consulting, private investments, and personal attacks.

In debate after debate we have witnessed a professional wrestling type skirmishes which are seldom based on policy. What has been described as debate fatigue is most likely due to the fact that the Republicans have not used this opportunity to remind Americans what they are for. They have spent most of the time either attacking each other or answering biased questions designed to paint Republicans in a bad light.

What the Republican candidates need to do is to communicate their vision for the future, define what they stand for and what that will mean for them and their fellow Americans. They need to follow the lead of their rising star Marco Rubio. Watch and listen as Senator Rubio delivers this week’s GOP Address.

 

Marco Rubio says Obama uses language we would expect from the leader of a third world country

I am convinced that one day, Marco Rubio will be the President of the United States of America.

 
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Posted by on July 5, 2011 in Marco Rubio, Obama, politics

 

Marco Rubio Delivers The Undeniable Truth

The freshman Senator penned an op-ed for the Miami Herald and produced this video version, it speaks for itself.

 

I’m forgetting something…

I’m supposed to do something today but I just can’t remember what it is.

Hmmmm.  What was it?

That’s right!  I have to take out the trash.

Regime Change Starts TODAY!!  

VOTE!!!

 

George W. Bush throws out the first pitch

I was going to title this…

Man who Stands up to Piss Throws out First Pitch. 

But I thought better of it.  I just think the other guy squats, that’s all.

Love him or hate him, here’s how a man throws a baseball.   Effortless, dignified. 

Strike.

No Mom jeans. 

Crowd doesn’t seem to mind both Bushes being there either.

I could post that other guy’s two epic fail opening pitches, but the man is losing relevance and there just isn’t any reason to bother you with it.

If you really must, go Bing search ‘Girly Prez can’t throw anything but a hissy fit’.   Or something. 

Don’t say I didn’t warn you.  I’m just not linking him.  I’m just not gon do it.

Bush 41 is looking a might feeble, though.

Crist Update

Never saw this one before.  H/T Ace’s Dave in Texas. 

Obama is irrelevant and so is Crist, but I’m not above kicking Crist when he’s down.  There’s plenty of time to kick Obama later.  Charlie?  You make Obama look like a Cy Young Award Winner.  Idiot.

I’m guessing that Marco Rubio will deliver a high and tight heater and Crist will quiver in the batter’s box.

 
 
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