Well CPAC is over. It was 3 great days of politics. Today there were a lot of speakers, with many of them being big names that packed the house. At 8:30 this morning, the main ballroom was almost full. People were told if they left, they might not get back inside. There were long lines outside as well. They announced that they had about 10000 in attendance. They set up speakers and screens in additional ballrooms so everyone could see it.
This was the first time some of my friends attended CPAC. They have already decided they will come back next year. If they have more people next year, they won't have enough room for everyone!
I saw Griff Jenkins around throughout the conference. I heard him say that CPAC was Woodstock for conservatives. I don't know if that is true, but CPAC is an exciting experience for political junkies like me.
I have plenty of notes and comments to sort through and organize. After I sort through them, I will post the best of the best, but right now I an too exhausted. I guess the CPAC Woodstock drained me of all my energy. It makes sense. Today there was a lot of brain activity!