(NOTE: THIS IS THE LONGEST POST IN THE FIVE-YEAR HISTORY OF THIS BLOG.)


The great irony of the three-day Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington later this week is two-fold:


First, the most popular Republican politician in the nation, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, has not been invited, mainly because he’s perceived as too liberal (see HERE).


Second, and even more to the point, it’s doubtful that Ronald Reagan would be invited either, if he suddenly came back to life.


Reagan, as I’ve pointed out here on numerous occasions, would be considered a RINO (Republican In Name Only) by ...

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(NOTE: THIS IS THE LONGEST POST IN THE FIVE-YEAR HISTORY OF THIS BLOG.)

The great irony of the three-day Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington later this week is two-fold:

First, the most popular Republican politician in the nation, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, has not been invited, mainly because he’s perceived as too liberal (see HERE).

Second, and even more to the point, it’s doubtful that Ronald Reagan would be invited either, if he suddenly came back to life.

Reagan, as I’ve pointed out here on numerous occasions, would be considered a RINO (Republican In Name Only) by ...

Read more