Skip to comments.Now look who else is infiltrating CPAC
Posted on 01/05/2011 8:32:19 AM PST by cricket
THE RIGHT STUFF Now look who else is infiltrating CPAC Conservative leader raises questions about host of popular, annual event Suhail Khan WASHINGTON Another headache has emerged for the largest annual gathering of conservatives slated for next month. With the Conservative Political Action Conference under fire for allowing participation by a homosexual activist group called GOProud and for a financial scandal in which some $400,000 was misappropriated under the watch of current leadership, Frank Gaffney, a leader of the conservative movement for the last 30 years, charges that CPAC has come under the influence of the Muslim Brotherhood, which is working to bring America under Saudi-style Shariah law.
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David Horowitz is talking about this on a local radio show as we speak.
Think Grover Norquist.
CPAC is done for IMO.
Is say “Thank Grover Norquist” not think, he is a shady character IMHO. and I agree CPAC has some issues right now.
Horowitz was just saying that he and Pam Geller had an audience of 500 to hear Geert Wilders at CPAC and they wouldn’t let him speak.
Yep thats an issue.
ooh, now I get to hear Thomas Sowell.
OF course, Grover Norquist was one of the two moderators for the RNC chair debate.
After serving as a Republican congressional aide in the late 1990s, Khan joined the White House staff of the George W. Bush administration as a liaison to conservative and veterans groups. He was transferred to the Department of Transportation after the Sept. 11 al-Qaida terrorist attacks on New York and Washington, when it was reported that Khan's father, Mahboob Khan, leader of a large mosque in Santa Clara, Calif., had allowed Osama bin Laden's No. 2 man, Dr. Ayman al-Zawahiri, to raise money there.
Many here said it was just fine for Soros people to be involved on both sides of a CPAC drug policy debate a couple years ago.
The problem is that once you start selling out, its nearly impossible to stop.
Yep, CPAC has problems.
Last year, traitor, liberal and anti-war activist Adam Kokesh was embraced by the Oathkeepers.
Michael Maresco, at CPAC, Activist of the Year for Oathkeepers, recruited Kokesh to run as a Republican congressional candidate in New Mexico.
We need to keep an eye out for Leftists In Conservative Clothing.
FR started RINOs, looks like we need to start LICC.
Ping to a regular attendee.
If Geert Wilders can't speak at CPAC, then in my opinion CPAC is finished as a legitimate conservative body.
I'd go anywhere to hear Wilders. I wouldn't go anywhere he isn't allowed to speak.
I think that I will be staying home this year.
I know I am not interested in what these people think anymore.
I am tired of so called “conservatives sucking up to muzzies an embracing the homo agenda.
Unbelievable to deny this voice of Freedom - and a man who continues to pay the highest price for his passion. Recall that he did speak that week at RNC gathering in Florida (Boca Grande?); but cannot guarantee my memory for specifics.
Whatever the case; Geert Wilders is a Patriot for Western Civilization and should be heralded as such and he should not be denied his voice or his audience by those who claim to value the same.
(Guess I will go check out DH's pages/sigh.)
(so. . .going to fast here/excuse/’then cut them off’. . .and a bump for thread!)
It is - they are - insidious and relentless. ..
If there is not a ‘Conservative Oath’ to be a member of this organization; then there should be. (And when violated; member is simply OUT. . .)
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