It's clear voters at the Conservative Political Action Conference haven't all coalesced around one GOP presidential candidate. Rick Santorum, Ron Paul, Newt Gingrich and Mitt Romney paraphernalia surrounds the scene, but the Gingrich campaign is doing their best to help voters come to a conservative consensus.
The campaign handed out schedules Friday with the official CPAC 2012 logo, but took some creative liberties in their titling of the events.
Taking a jab at recent three-caucus winner Rick Santorum, Gingrich's campaign titled Santorum's speech, "In Defense of Big Labor." Gingrich also took a mighty swing at former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney describing commentator Ann Coulter's speech at the convention as "Three Cheers for Romneycare!"
The Gingrich campaign did not miss any opportunities to draw voters' attention to Romney's similarities to Obama, describing Romney as the "Creator of Obamneycare."
True to form, the Gingrich camp didn't miss an opportunity to call their candidate "The Honorable Newt Gingrich."