One friend who spoke at CPAC every year once remarked that CPAC was a great place to meet conservative men.
All single men and women have been told they should try online dating. On more than one occasion online dating underscored one of the major pitfalls of dating in D. Even though more women are attending conservative events, it’s no secret that a majority of attendees are men.
Several times on Christian Mingle and e Harmony I was matched with guys who already knew me through CPAC . Predictably, one of my matches was the guy from OKCupid who asked how he could become a CPAC speaker.
Online dating for conservatives is tricky, particularly for those in the movement, because it is a fairly small pool. It’s telling that the point of the event is to find a significant other, but yet it’s still called “Friend Swap.” A mixer with mixed messages is so D. I recall being set-up with five people at the 2013 Friend Swap, most of whom I met at the event.
Most journalists would have hesitated to break the story considering that Barrett Riddleberger was a private citizen and not running for office himself.
They didn’t have to: Convinced that Greensboro City Councilwoman (now mayor) Nancy Vaughan had unearthed Barrett’s conviction and passed it on to “GOP establishment friends” so they could leak it to the media and torpedo Hyde’s candidacy, Jodi referenced the “incident” on Facebook.
To which I replied, “The odds are good, but the goods are odd.” Given that CPAC afforded me opportunities to help promote right-leaning organizations and people, I was regularly approached by people who wanted to speak. there seems to be no line between business and dating. Yet, he thought it was perfectly acceptable to approach me about it.
“While searching for a potential partner on other dating sites, it’s not uncommon to see messages like ‘No Trump supporters’ or ‘proud liberal.’ We’re wrecking the dating game and giving like-minded Americans a chance to meet without the awkwardness that comes with the first conversation about politics.
Wouldn’t it be refreshing to already know your date roots for the same team?
Newsweek has identified the second photo as portraying Gen. Welsh III, a former chief of staff of the US Air Force and currently dean of the Bush School of Governance and Public Services.
Unfortunately, the invitation to “make dating great again” with a “pro-Trump match” isn’t extended to everyone.