Conservatives gear up for CPAC 2013 in Washington D.C.
Newscast Media WASHINGTON, D.C.—Conservatives will be converging upon Washington D.C. for the annual Conservative Political Action Conference that will be held between March 14-16, to discuss the challenges and solutions of our day. One name that will be missing on the list of invited speakers is New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, who many Conservatives still view as some sort of a Judas.
Christie is also up for re-election in the next cycle so it remains to be seen how being at loggerheads with his own party members will affect him.
The list of prominent speakers includes Texas Gov. Rick Perry, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, Newt Gingrich and many more. (pop-up)
Conservatives are still discussing how to attract a diverse array of voters, instead of coming up with solutions to eliminate voting irregularities in the upcoming mid-terms.
Once that issue is resolved before the mid-terms, with the unpopular gun stance exhibited by the Democrats, and their continual thrusting of the “gay agenda” down the throats of voters, Republicans should find it easier to secure more seats in both the Senate and the House in 2014. That momentum can then be used to propel them into the general, with a clear and succinct message, that should be defined based on whatever challenges the country faces in 2016.