February 11, 2011 by USA Post
CPAC 2011, An eyebrow awareness, unscripted moment at the conference of conservative political action (CPAC) this afternoon in Washingtion. It was the former Vice-President Dick Cheney, who was not on the official calendar showing to introduce his old friend and colleague from the Bush administration official Donald Rumsfeld, former Secretary of Defense. He was booed.
Andrew Breitbart said he was fed up with conservative social groups boycott CPAC on the inclusion of the gay Republican group GOProud and I wanted to do something. “I will be the most severe criticism of the gay activist left, which I fear more than al-Qaeda,” Breitbart said. “But these people do not exist in the two-party system, so you tell them they are not welcome in the big tent, I have a huge problem with that, and I will deliver my alt of 80′s, Depeche Mode, Cure, New Order ftish, and we’ll do a gay event a big ol ‘at CPAC. ”
Thus was born Big Party (a nod to the Big Government / Big Journalism / site Big Hollywood Breitbart Naming Convention), an invitation-only event, the 18th Street Lounge DC. He was co-sponsored by GOProud, including Chris Barron and Jimmy LaSalvia took a few hours of rest from media requests to party in the short-sleeved shirts, and the Competitive Enterprise Institute, whose president Fred Smith donned a “Enjoy Capitalism” T-shirt under his blazer and the Poker Players Alliance, which became semi-controversial pillars CPAC *. This paid for a fully open bar and musical style of Sophie B. Hawkins.
A word about Sophie B. Hawkins. Michael Steele, who was chairman of the RNC until last month, came to the party and stayed for some time. Just before I went in an exchange seen by several people who described it to me, Steele met with Hawkins. She explained his political philosophy for him.
“I am not a conservative,” said Hawkins, “but I want to [expletive] Sarah Palin.”
Steele responded quickly. “Well, she is very attractive,” he said.
Depeche Mode was played and a fight nearly broke out between two people who were too drunk to explain why they fought on, some people are convinced that Dana Loesch, who wore leather pants, could not have taken Dana Loesch, because she wore leather pants. If it were more entertaining, Stephen Glass would have been.
More than 100 other organizations contribute in various ways. Human Events, the Foundation for America’s young, and the National Rifle Association were three co-sponsors the most prominent in recent years.
In another site, ExposeObama.com on February 7, 2011 posted Guest Writer Don Feder of GrassTopsUSA.com, one of my favorite conservative writers and have been since my first encounter with his column in the Boston Herald ago morethan 25 years. This last column is titled, “Gay, Grover, and false gods. Problems with CPAC 2011″
Again to quote Wikipedia, “CPAC was founded in 1973 by the American Conservative Union and Young Americans for Freedom. Over the years it has grown to thousands of participants each year.”
While America has become more conservative over the last two decades, CPAC has grown up with them including their flagship annual Conservative MPs
Event, speakers such as Ronald Reagan, George W. Bush, Dick Cheney, Pat Buchanan, Karl Rove, Newt Gingrich, Ron Paul, Mitt Romney, Tony Snow, to name a few.
But in recent few years a large influx of younger, more idealistic and more to reach people other Conservatives have adopted that are inconsistent with clear many older, more hard-core conservatives mainly on the theme of hmosxlity.
While newcomers continue to push for greater recognition and acceptance of gay marriage and even to the point of lobbying for the repeal of the federal government “Definition of Marriage Act,” most of the old stand-bys the organization were themselves and remove their support of the Conference. It’s not just the GOP proud group of hmosxls and their not very popular with the objectives Conservatives, but as Feder said: “The problem with CPAC can be summarized in six words – gay jerk libertarianism Groverknee and Islamist connections. “
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