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Bozell Denounces CPAC: 'No Conservative Should Have Anything to Do With This'

By Craig Bannister | February 25, 2014 | 3:33pm EST

Media Research Center Pres. Brent Bozell today denounced the CPAC conference, saying "no conservative should have anything to do with this conference" because it is giving voice to groups, such as American Atheists, that attack conservative principles.

Involvement with the American Conservative Union's (ACU) Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) means "giving oxygen to an organization destroying the conservative movement," Bozell said today in a statement:

The invitations extended by the ACU, Al Cardenas and CPAC to American Atheists to have a booth is more than an attack on conservative principles.  It is an attack on God Himself.

American Atheists is an organization devoted to the hatred of God.  How on earth could CPAC, or the ACU and its board of directors, and Al Cardenas condone such an atrocity?

It makes absolutely no difference to me that CPAC and ACU have backed down and removed the booth. I am sick and tired of these games. I will continue to denounce CPAC, ACU and Cardenas.

No conservative should have anything to do with this conference. If you do, you are giving oxygen to an organization destroying the conservative movement.

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