After a warm up by his newest cheerleader, Ann Coulter, former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney appeared at CPAC to try and make his case toward conservatives.
He received a very warm response (pro-Romney crowd brought into the room?), and had a swarm of media around the stage. But the question is whether or not Romney is just trying a new message and seeing if it sticks against the wall.
Romney spoke about "conservatism" and "conservative principles." He spoke about cutting the government and debt, but did not mention any specifics. He did say he would get rid of Obamacare, but did not specify repeal or "give all 50 states a waiver."