You see this over at The Atlantic?
Feud Key —
CPAC vs. Pamela Geller: Geller, famed anti-Islam blogger, has spoken at CPAC for the last four years in a row, but she's not invited to the 2013 gathering. Breitbart News thinks it's because Geller just won a high-profile court case to put anti-Islam ads in the New York City subway.
Geller vs. Grover Norquist: Geller thinks she was disinvited from CPAC because she criticized the anti-tax advocate. As The Right Scoop explains, Geller accused Norquist of shilling for Muslim radicals. "He and his Palestinian wife, Samah Alrayyes, who was director of communications for his Islamic Free Market Institute until they married in 2005, are very active in 'Muslim outreach,'" Geller said in 2010.
Michelle Malkin vs. Norquist and CPAC: "I'll #standwithpamelageller over Grover Norquist in a heartbeat. How about you?" Malkin tweeted.
CPAC vs. Chris Christie: New Jersey Gov. Christie wasn't invited to CPAC this year. Christie has a "limited future" in the Republican Party, a CPAC "insider" told The National Review. Christie has indicated support for gun control measures and said very nice things about President Obama's handling of Hurricane Sandy.
CPAC vs. GOProud: CPAC did not invite the gay Republican group GOProud, a decision organizers said was not about gay rights, but decorum. "From time to time, there are organizations or individuals who we think go over the top when they are our guests at CPAC and for years we’ve decided not to invite them again for the following year given that particular group of circumstances," CPAC chair Al Cardenas said.
The National Review vs. CPAC: The conservative magazine's editors say CPAC was wrong to keep out GOProud, especially given that young Republicans are more accepting of gay rights. As for Christie's heresies, the magazine says, "Our approach has been to praise those of Christie’s policies that we think judicious and wise, and to criticize those that we think provocative and unwise. We do not think the latter requires reading him out of the conservatism movement or the Republican party."
New York Rep. Peter King vs CPAC : Asked about Christie's snub at CPAC, King took on most conservatives south of the Mason-Dixon line. "[Republicans] are more and more taking on this anti-Northeast attitude... We say fine, if you want to be anti-Northeast, then the Northeast is going to be anti-them."
King vs. Rubio: " Rubio and these other Republican candidates are coming to New York to raise money... I don’t think any senator or congressman who voted against aid for Sandy should get one nickel from New York."
King vs. John Boehner: After the House's initial vote against a Sandy relief package, he said, "Anyone from New York or New Jersey who contributes one penny to congressional Republicans is out of their minds... Because what they did last night was put a knife in the back of New Yorkers and New Jerseyans."
Go read the whole thing.