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As CPAC 2013 winds down, conservatives are left to reflect on the impact of this year’s invited speakers.
Many of the full speeches can be found on the BizPac Review video page. We want your opinion:
Who gave the best speech at CPAC 2013?
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Sarah Palin makes one want to jump up and do something to change the status quo. She is inspirational. Dr.Carson is the voice of reason. They would make a WINNING team. IMO.
I’d second that team!
all great people .
We need to hear them all
I watched all of CPAC on cspan and enjoyed all speakers but Sarah Palin was as usual the best of the best. We so need her as our president as she would get rid of the good old corrupt Dems. and Repubs. She is totally honest and loves this country which is more than I can say for 99.5 % of the congress and 100% of the Whitehouse.
I am with you, Sarah Palin for President w/Rand Paul VP
Sarah Palin would be a great President and I agree Rand Paul would make a good VP. Both seem to love the country and would definitely turn things around for the better of the country. For the future of the following generations, we need solid leadership to take us back to a time before Barack Obama.
I liked Carson ,Coulter&Cruz.Were others,but these really spoke to what I’m going through.That weve got to get back on track again for this wonderful country America,which is quickly slipping away.Liz
santorum gave best speech – he needs to be on this list
He should not have been invited, he loves big government. He is NO Conservative……….except on abortion
And Gay marriage… and balanced budget Amendment… and Welfare reform… and tax rates… and middle east foreign policy… and etc…
Jeb Bush should not have been invited, he is a RINO
I can’t vote because my choice is not listed: Rick Santorum. He gave the most poignant speech of anyone at CPAC. He went where no one else dared to go. It should be noted that it took tremendous spiritual strength and personal integrity for him to come out to CPAC to address the crowd just hours after being at his dying nephew’s bedside in a Pittsburgh hospital. His committment to represent socially and culturally conservative attendees via his remarks speaks volumes. There would have been a major hole in CPAC this year had he not been there. God bless him for doing so and shame on the pollsters on this site who left his name off the ballot.
I loved what he said “What does it profit us to gain the country but lose our souls” AWESOME!!!
The best speech isn’t on your little list.
I vote Rick Santorum
Why is Rick Santorum on this list? He gave one of the most heartfelt speeches at CPAC and yet you deliberately left his name off!! His analogy of how the medication to numb the pain that was given to his nephew is in part comparable to the give aways that are given to some to numb the consequences of wrong choices was brilliant. There are very few true conservatives on your list and the one true conservative is not there!!
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