Ann Coulter Will Introduce John McCain at CPAC
Not really- But, could you imagine the headlines?
Here’s the schedule to this year’s CPAC Convention that starts tomorrow in Washington.
The word is that John McCain is going go play some kind of video of Reagan?
Talk about a slap in the face!
Pretending to be a staunch conservative won’t win over the CPAC crowd.
With conservatives stinging from McCain’s years of attacks against the Republican base and his recent rise to party favorite, that would be a very bad move. What McCain should do is pull off a “come to Jesus” moment on how he was sorry for hurting Republican interests, but thought it was necessary, blah-blah…
But he won’t.
It could get ugly.
All four remaining Republican candidates are expected to speak:
CPAC 2008 To Feature All Four Remaining GOP Presidential Candidates
Huckabee, McCain, Paul and Romney to seek conservative support at nation’s largest annual gathering of activists, students and policymakers
ALEXANDRIA, VA — Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) Chairman David A. Keene announced that in addition to President George W. Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney, CPAC 2008 will feature all four remaining Republican candidates for President.
The candidates will appear at the following times over the course of the three-day conference to be held from February 7-9, 2008 at the Omni Shoreham Hotel in Washington D.C.:
Thursday, February 7
Vice President Dick Cheney – 11:00 AM
Governor Mitt Romney – 12:30 PM
Senator John McCain – 3:00 PM
Congressman Ron Paul – 4:30 PM
Friday, February 8
President George W. Bush – 10:20 AM
Saturday, February 9
Governor Mike Huckabee – 9:00 AM
HotAir is anticipating the McCain talk.