Wendy Sullivan looks back on CPAC 2009:
Depending on who you ask and where they were sitting, Ron Paul was either booed a little or a lot when he addressed the crowd. Most conservatives are strongly in favor of his fiscal policies, but disagree with his stance on the wars and his oft-bizarre conspiracy theories. The White House does not need a tinfoil-hat president. However, there is little doubt he’d make an excellent VP or advisor.
Next year the convention moves out of the Wi-Fi limbo of the Omni basement (the bane of the fully wired tech hipster) and into the Convention Center. Conservatives across the country are already putting their pennies in jars (more stable than our banks) in anticipation.