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Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Amy Noone Frederick
Bound by a common desire to deny President Obama a second term, restive activists gathering Thursday for the 39th annual Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington find themselves lacking a clear champion in the suddenly scrambled Republican race to choose an alternative.
"Forty years after CPAC's founding, the Roe v. Wade decision and the end of our involvement in the Vietnam War, we still have this conference along with moral wariness and war weariness," said 60 Plus Association President Amy Noone Frederick. "We will know more about each after the last speech on Saturday, but I can promise you all three will still be with us."
"If anything, our faith in the power of ideas over candidates is stronger than ever, and we want to see candidates and elected leaders have the same faith in these ideas that we do," Mrs. Frederick said.