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Conservatives want the Texas congressman as their next President.
Paul was preferred by 31% of voters in the Conservative Political Action Conference’s presidential preference straw poll yesterday, one of the strongest wins in CPAC history.
Mitt Romney, after topping CPAC’s poll for the past three years, came in second, with 22% of the 2400 votes cast.
Sarah Palin, who skipped the group’s conference, came in a distant third with 7% of the vote.
This made me think of the Republian Party. They don’t have a leader (well unless you count Rush or Palin or other ludicrous pretenders) and they are envious. I think it explains the ‘birthers,’ the ‘tea-baggers,’ and the ‘health-care reform disrupters.’