Mark Steyn made the following observation on yesterday’s conference-
I arrived at CPAC just before Mitt began to speak and was struck by the number of young student-ish types milling about in McCain T-shirts. While my minder went off to check her coat, I was loafing around the lobby, heard a conversation in Spanish, and noticed it was three of the McCain T-shirted students. Which struck me as odd: you don’t hear a lot of Spanish at CPAC.
That’s about to change, of course, with McCain in charge. It’ll be all Spanish next year, I’m sure.
Of course if Hillary wins in November, crying towels will instead be handed out at CPAC 2009. If Republicans worry about McCain as President, compare it to the probable results of a Democratic President in the White House combined with a Democratic Congress beginning in 2009. That’s what the Anti-McCain crowd should be considering.