The kids are all right — unless they vote for Ron Paul at CPAC, say Rightbloggers

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The 37th annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), which

took place in D.C. last week, came at a happy time for conservatives,

what with the recent election of Scott Brown in Massachusetts, the

increased visibility of the Tea Party movement due to their own recent convention, and a wave of bad press for

Democrats.

So rightbloggers — a large number of whom were credentialed for the event — were juiced.

“CPAC2010: An Event to really irritate the Libs,” decreed RedState, was “on its way to ensuring many

Conservative victories in November of 2010.”

They had another reason to lay claim to the future: A lot of very young

attendees.

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