Interesting. At home, her applause sounded dulled.
One loud cheer near the end. Q 7 A.
Ann Coulter's speech? No, the place was rockin'. But as I said, at least 1/3 of the audience was pretty anti-Romney, so there were a few boos, and a lot of grumbling that probably didn't pick up well on the video.
1. Gov. Sarah Palin
2. Daniel Hannan (Member, European Parliament)
3. Rep. Allen West
4. Sen. Marco Rubio
5. Speaker Newt Gingrich
And I have many on my "honorable mention" list (in no particular order):
Lieutenant Colonel Oliver North
Ann Coulter (like her or not, she always rocks the house)
Sen. Rand Paul
Wayne LaPierre, Executive Vice President, NRA
Amy Kremer (Chairman, Tea Party Express)
Dana Loesch (conservative talk radio host and also Editor-in-Chief for Breitbart's "Big Journalism")
Rep. Steve King
Rep. Michele Bachmann
Gov. Bobby Jindal
Gov. Mike Huckabee
Gov. Bob McDonnell (R-VA)
Gov. Scott Walker
Rep. Paul Ryan
Sen. Rick Santorum (surrounded by his lovely family as he spoke!)
Gov. Rick Perry (he gave a MUCH better speech this year than at CPAC 2011)
Ken Cuccinelli, Atty General of Virginia (he choked up at the end of his speech as he said "...someday we may be telling our children how we used to be free here in America..." - my paraphrase)
View many of the CPAC 2012 speeches here:
Also, check Mozilla's posts for more links to CPAC 2012 speeches. Thank you again, Mozilla!