"We don't need someone to think" - CPAC

Behind the scenes at CPAC: Who needs to agree on a presidential nominee? The strategy is to rule through Congress

“We’re not auditioning for someone to tell us what to do,” he declared. “We know what to do. We just need a president who can sign the legislation that the Republican House and Senate pass. … We don’t need someone to think. … We need someone who knows how to hold a pen.”

Warming to the idea of Mitt Romney as their obedient servant, the CPAC crowd gave Norquist a standing ovation. Full Story »

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