Why did Paul, a former Libertarian candidate who sees dark conspiracies in the Federal Reserve and other places , beat GOP stars like Mitt Romney, Newt Gingrich, Tim Pawlenty and even Sarah Palin?
Paul has called for an end to U.S. aid to Israel, slammed AIPAC “control” of U.S. policy and said Israeli policy on Gaza amounts to keeping Palestinians in a “concentration camp.” Paul has also opposed Iran sanctions, a top priority of most pro-Israel groups.
Results of this year's poll were announced just as the crowd prepared for the conference's keynote speaker, Fox News host Glenn Beck.via foxnews.com
consider this: if Ron Paul were as anti-Islam as he is anti-Israel, he would not have been in CPAC, and his perspective would not have
been represented. Instead of coming together on our basic core values and
circling the wagons on the fundamentals -- national security, small government,
low taxes, and the freedom of speech -- the floundering, fleshy, unfocused CPAC
leadership had a circus of the fringe.
There’s nothing conservative about soft-pedaling jihad. This
was CPAC? Or was it the Islamist repackaging of the conservative movement?
Every year CPAC gets progressively worse. Silly, even. Is it
hard to believe that this year’s CPAC was co-opted by Paulian bots?CPAC 2010 was like CPAC 2009 in that it had nothing
addressing the war we are engaged in and the enemy threat doctrine. That again
was why I held my event there. Stealth jihadist Grover Norquist and his soldier of Allah Suhail Khan seem to be in charge at CPAC -- no CPAC event goes on that doesn't reflect their perspective. Norquist and Khan are serving the
purposes of the Muslim Brotherhood, the international Islamic organization that
has infiltrated the U.S. government and media to such an extent (as Stephen
Coughlin explained at our CPAC event) that it controls the information and
dissemination of everything you see, hear, and read on Islam -- unless you do
your own research, your own study, and frequent blogs like mine and Robert Spencer’s.