The Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) moves onto day two where high profile politicians and possible 2012 presidential hopefuls gather to discuss the conservative political agenda.
This evening, the group will hear from Governor Mitch Daniels (R-IN), who will speak during a banquet paying tribute to former President Ronald Reagan.
Earlier, while speaking before attendees, Former Governor Mitt Romney (R-MA) called Pres. Obama “weak” saying he failed on the economy and his foreign policy. Romney says the unemployment rate is Obama’s “inconvenient truth.”
Rep. Ron Paul (R-TX) also addressed the Conference, repeating the mantra of limited government that made him CPAC’s straw poll winner last year by conservative activists.
“There is truly a revolution going on in this country. We live in a time where we don't just need a change in attitude and a change in ideas." Paul also said "We need to change our philosophy about what this country is all about.”
The annual three-day meeting aims to promote the conservative movement and advocate for conservative policies.