@ananavarro Some internal pressure is helpful. Many take it too far. If you believe Brent Bozell, conservatives do not exist
— Jonathan Godoy (@JonAndrewGodoy) March 16, 2013
Did Media Research Center president Brent Bozell take it too far in his speech at CPAC today? Bozell called out a number of elected officials from the GOP by name, but perhaps his strongest rebuke was against the House leadership for not defunding Obamacare (along with the “utterly useless agencies” NPR, PBS and the NEA, not to mention the “evil” Planned Parenthood).
— Richard Baris (@Peoples_Pundit) March 16, 2013
— sarah amy harvard (@amyharvard_) March 16, 2013
RT@ginthegin: Bozell slams Ryan for budget including "Obamacare" taxes, wishes he hadn't voted for Gov. McDonnell, and spanks Karl Rove
— ??Mary Mauldin?? (@marymauldin) March 16, 2013
Bozell wants House of Representatives to refuse to fund HHS and appropriate any money to implement Obamacare #cpac
— Ben Jacobs (@Bencjacobs) March 16, 2013
Bozell: Paul Ryan your budget has the fed gov’t spend $41T over the next 10 yrs, that’s what liberal #Dems do, it is Democrat lite
— ForAmerica (@ForAmerica) March 16, 2013
Perhaps the only Republican of note to escape Bozell’s criticism was Ronald Reagan, and Bozell encouraged Jeb Bush to “be the first Bush to go Reagan – and watch what happens.”
— IrritatedWoman (@irritatedwoman) March 16, 2013
— Peter A. Finocchio (@PeterAFinocchio) March 16, 2013
Quite a few remembered that even Reagan would have trouble meeting the “true conservative” test these days.
Would we trade just about any of our current “establishment” conservatives for another Reagan, though?