February 10, 2011 by staff 

CPAC, (CNN) – David Keene, the organizer of the CPAC opened the three-day conference addressing the emergence of potential presidential candidates before the conservative crowd.

“You will see, hear and question I hope many people who wake up every morning and think they are going to be president,” said Keene. He then joked that the group does not want to hear from everyone, because “we did not have enough days to accommodate all those who think they should be president.”

Keene called the conference “Art of the iconic American political scene” and describes what has happened over the last two years an “awakening”, citing town halls on health care, movement and Tea Party gains for Republicans in Congress in the last election. (It was a) awareness that has become real, even for skeptics when a large number of people who poo pooed this awakening lost their jobs in November, “said Keene. – Gabriella Schwarz

Palin does not appear. She says she has a scheduling conflict, even if the former governor of Alaska did not attend the meeting as it rose to prominence after being named national vice-presidential candidate of the party run with Senator John McCain in 2008.

Sprinkled between speeches and notable Republicans tea seminars ranging from how to break into the movie business in Hollywood for a political study session entitled “Is Atlas Shrugging.The the cultural impact of the Tea Party.”

Former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld will sign copies of his recently published book and receive the Defender Award CPAC Constitution.

CPAC gathering on Saturday evening concludes with the publication of an opinion poll of potential presidential candidates. Note will be taken, but results likely will have little sense that the contest for the Republican nomination is heating up. Currently, all Republicans are low tax, small-government, anti-Obama candidate.

As the drawer’s closest nominating conventions, candidates will struggle to differentiate base without alienating more conservative.

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