A conservative summitSpot just wanted you to have the opportunity to share Paul's giddiness, boys and girls. Spot can see it now: Paul shuffles up shyly to somebody in the hall or the restroom, taps them on the shoulder, and says, "Do you read Power Line?"
National Review is holding a Conservative Summit in Washington, D.C. this coming weekend. It will feature a terrific line-up including Jeb Bush, Tony Snow, Mitt Romney, Newt Gingrich, John Boehner, John Bolton, James Woolsey, Ward Connerly, the NRO folks, and many others.
I'll be catching as much of the Summit as work and family commitments will allow, and will probably file a few reports. I'm also hoping to meet some of our readers. [italics are Spot's]
Posted by Paul at 01:13 PM
Now, boys and girls, imagine a room full of painfully-earnest Paul types, asking questions about how to purge the counter-revolutionary elements in the Republican party and restore its ideological purity. The ghost of William F. Buckley--no wait, that is William F. Buckley--inhabits the room like a damp, chilly breeze.
The summit ends of course with the giant circle jerk bonding ritual.