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To me, now more than ever, the conservative movement must purge itself of those in its “leadership” who are not worthy of the cause they claim to champion.
Over the past year I have begun to suspect that David Keene, the head of the American Conservative Union and the Chairman of CPAC (the largest annual gathering of conservatives) may fit into this category.
As part of that designation I flew from Los Angles to Washington twice to attend planning meetings (including once the day after my grandfather’s funeral).
At both of these affairs I raised the issue of “sellouts” to the movement being given prime speaking roles and there seemed to be general agreement that this was a bad idea.
Keene claimed she was “whining” about media coverage, “bitter,” “resentful,” had “bailed out” on her governorship, and was not ready for the “major leagues.” He also mocked her inability to appear at this year’s CPAC (not that I am implying this had anything to do with his motivation! As someone who has dedicated their lives over the past year to trying to correct the historical record about Sarah Palin, almost nothing infuriates me more than having a “conservative’ buy into the media lies about her, especially when they don’t seem to know all the basic facts.
But when that person is the head of the ACU and CPAC it is particularly maddening because Palin bashing from someone like that essentially provides cover for anyone else who wants to take an unfair shot at her.
At one meeting David Keene clearly indicated to the group that this would be taken care of.
For sake of complete disclosure, I have been very open about having given money to a Democratic friend currently in congress, but I am not the head of the American Conservative Union and I have been very clear that my “support” was not an attempt to back up my friend’s non-existent conservative credentials.Politico reported that it certainly appeared as if the ACU (through a letter from Keene deputy Dennis Whitfield, with whom I had met in 2008 about potentially funding part of “Media Malpractice”) was offering Federal Express Keene’s op-ed support on a legislative issue if they paid ACU a couple of million dollars.I also became aware of a 2003 National Review article (subtitled, “The ACU Chairman Sells Out”) which focused on his support for then liberal Republican Arlen Specter who was long-time Keene “friend” and, coincidently I am sure, the head of a senate committee in front of which Keene’s lobbying firm regularly does business.The Ways That Post 9/11 America Has Failed An Open Email to Sarah Palin In Defense of the Pennsylvania Electoral College Plan Republican Delusion is Obama's All-Too-Secret Weapon About the Sarah Palin Cover Story in Newsweek An update on my 0,000 Palin bet John Ziegler Discusses His Palin Stance With Dennis Miller 0,000 says Palin isn’t elected president in 2012 Ziegler Proposes 100,000 bet on CNN The Sarah Palin I know Media frenzy over Palin emails Some surprising thoughts on the new Palin movie and book Sarah Palin Sparks 2012 Elections Speculation The Myth of Sarah Palin's Stupidity The Sarah Palin E!True Hollywood Story is too 'fair' Why Trump is leading and what it really means Next E! Exclusive: Review of ‘The Kennedys’ miniseries John Ziegler's Sports Illustrated Column on USGA ruling Why Kathleen Parker Was Doomed At CNN What The Hollywood Reporter Missed About MSNBC and Sarah Palin Changing My Mind On A Sarah Palin Presidential Run A Tale of Two Speeches: Sarah Palin and Barack Obama on the Tragedy in Tucson Media Misinformation 2010 vs. and not a moment too soon Hey Barbara, have you ever heard the one about the pot and the kettle?
In my media career I have found that vast majorities of the elite among conservative politicians and media stars fit into this pathetic category.