The Ed Show | March 18, 2013
>> there's a few things we learned at this year's cpac . first, conservative love for sarah palin is sodas is alive and well . on one side you have the gop establishment, the same old members of the republican party like senator john mccain and house speaker john boehner . your typical candidate would be someone like mitt romney . then you have ted cruz and rand paul. it became clear at cpac that grassroots republicans are furious with the establishment's choice in political candidates. 88-year-old activist phyllis schlafly even called for a fight.
>> the fight i'm asking you to engage in is between the establishment and the grassroots. the establishment has given us a whole series of losers. bob dole and john mccain and mitt romney .
>> boy, that's kind of heavy on jim cary loser. but sarah palin slammed karl rove for picking failed republican candidates.
>> if these experts who keep losing elections, keep getting rehired and reeking in millions, if they feel that strongly about who gets to run in this party, then they should buck up or stay in the truck. buck up and run. they can head on back to the great lone star state and put their name on some ballad. though for their sake i hope they give themselves and discount on their consulting services .
>> buck up, huh? rove was not impressed with palin's remarks and hit back the following day.
>> i appreciate her encouragement to run home and run for office. i would say this. i don't think i'm a particular good candidate at sort of a balding, fat guy. and second, i wouldn't leave office in mid-term.
>> oh, everything you say bounces off to me and sticks to you. it looks like republican infighting will be heathing up going into the mid-terms. but rand paul winning the stronghold could indicate what direction they are headed.
>> we know we have robs.
>> he says he is the sewer for republicans after cpac .
>> we've identified them and we're identifying the solutions to fix them. the big panel takes on the republican medicaldown next. plus obama derangement syndrome rears its ugly head.
>> and one of the architects is coming to terms with