Everyone and their mother that ever wanted to run for the GOP nomination is here talking the talk, walking the walk.NZ Likes Duncan here;
Hunter is my kind of guy when it comes to the war, and I'll just leave that as shorthand that he's on the same page as those of us at The Victory Caucus. (It is my hope that we'll be able to do an in-depth interview with the Congressman for Victory Caucus sometime soon).
Joyner reports here:
Tom Vilsack is blaming the failure of his campaign to catch fire on undependable polls, which failed to capture his overwhelming support. He’s now mulling over which of his former competitors to endorse.
I would note that the polls failed to capture his support because it didn’t exist. There’s a line from a Sean Connery flick about fairness and prom queens that I would quote but I shall refrain in the interests of keepin’ it clean.
On a positive note, I’m sure his endorsement would drive perhaps seven or eight voters in Iowa, which could make a difference in that state’s idiotic caucus.
Joyner's got the best run down on everyone.
Also The Captain has excellent coverage here
Mitt Romney's speech was much like the one at NRI. Coulter followed. I gotta tell you, the lines were longer for Ann than anyone (except Cheney Bolton.) Coulter was hysterical, acerbic but off. In some cases, really off.
Funny when she described Obama as half white, half black. And Hillary as half white half trash.
A nightmare when she in an attempt to describe John Edwards said something to the effect that you can't you the word faggot these days without being sent to rehab. WTF?
UPDATE: Mary Katherine on Giuliani here;
Today, he talked about leadership, security, toughness, and Reagan to a crowd who's looking for a leader in the image of Reagan in a time that needs security. It was a good pitch, and there were more people listening than have listened to anything at CPAC this week.
UPDATE: By the way Newt's speech to CPAC this Saturday March 3rd at 4:45pm ET will be webcast live at www.americansolutions.com.