2014 CPAC Speech Nobody Is Talking About – Best Speech of the Weekend

From the March 8, 2014 CPAC: Demographics Panel and More GOP Tea Party 300 X 255

Pat Caddell tells the unvarnished truth about the establishment Republican Party…and the Democrats, too! If you’re a Republican, you need to hear what he said at this years CPAC. Pat Caddell explains it all comparing the two major parties as the “corrupt party” and the “stupid party.” 

Pat Caddell is a former Democrat pollster and current Fox News contributor and describes The Democrats as his “Former Party” and says…America has gone from government of laws to semi-political banana republic! He is also a Fox News political analyst and co-host of “Political Insiders” Sundays on Fox News Channel and Mondays at 10:30 am ET on “FoxNews.com Live. 

He starts out his speech saying that he could never have imagined being the opening act for Sarah Palin who was scheduled to speak right after him. Below there are three links, one is the full 35 minute CPAC video of the Demographics Panel, one 14 minute with just Pat Caddell and a 1 minute edited video related to the GOP wanting the IRS to go after the Tea Party. Tea Party Rally 300x200

In his speech he also addresses the “Benghazi” scandal and questions why the Republicans are not pursuing this suggesting that Republicans have blood on their hands as well.  See Pat Caddell Explains. 

On February 17 2014 political analyst Pat Caddell told Fox News’ Harris Faulkner he believes that GOP leadership wants to get rid of the Tea Party influence so much they are willing to stand by and let the IRS go after them. This (three minute) video is a short version of what he said at CPAC.


March 8, 2014 CPAC: Demographics Panel Pat Caddell Explains (fourteen minute) Video


March 8, 2014 CPAC: Demographics Panel Full (thirty five minute) Video

http://www.c-span.org/video/?318148-11/2014-conservative-political-action-conference-demographics-panel Benghazi 314 X 235

On the Benghazi investigation – the deaths of four Americans, if you were to march the leadership … John Boehner, Eric Cantor, Cathy McMorris Rogers, and Kevin McCarthy into a room, close the door and tell them ‘Investigate today, or tomorrow we will vote you out of leadership’ … it would be done. “But there is not the will in Washington, even among those House members, to make this happen.” 

We are all aware of Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, House Leader John Boehner and Karl Rove among others with their stated “War” on the “Tea Party” along with the Michigan GOP establishment elitist who are part of their clan and what happened in 2012 with “dele-gate” and the Tampa Convention fiasco. Any Michigan Republican grassroots, conservative or delegate who dare to speak out against the MIGOP’s liberal agenda will pay the price! Boehner McConnell Rove 314 X 145

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America has gone from Government of Laws to Semi-Political Banana Republic


Whoa!! Pat Caddell channels Erick Erickson at CPAC, and other observations

Don’t know how many of you caught Pat Caddell’s address at CPAC, but it was fascinating. He excoriated the GOPe, the money men, the Roves in our midst. And then he went after Boehner.  He all but called for the House GOP caucus to toss him overboard. Powerful stuff.


Pat Caddell Eviscerates ‘Political Class’ of Both Parties Who Put Privileged Access Ahead of Patriotism


Pat Caddell Unloads on ‘Racketeering’ GOP Consultants

His blistering attack on “racketeering” Republican consultants who play wealthy donors like “marks.”

“I blame the donors who allow themselves to be played for marks. I blame the people in the grassroots for allowing themselves to be played for suckers….It’s time to stop being marks. It’s time to stop being suckers. It’s time for you people to get real,” he told the audience that included two top Republican consultants.

Caddell stole the show as a panelist in the breakout session titled “Should We Shoot All the Consultants Now?” He spoke with a fire and passion that electrified the room. When the session began the large room was half filled, but as word spread of the fireworks going on inside, the audience streamed in. By the end, it was standing room only.


Pat Caddell John Boehner “purposely” stonewalling Benghazi investigation to cover-up his own involvement


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