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And immediately the person knows that it's not going to fit for them." The site allows users to look for anything from casual dating to long-term relationships, though most people who sign up are looking for something serious, Knight said.Most users are between 35 and 55 years old, and Knight has been surprised that the highest concentration of users has come in California.Seminar leader Wayne Elise—the self-avowed “Libertarian Hitch” who claims he charges ,000 for a day of personalized dating instruction but was doing this one for free—was stylishly unshaven, and dressed in black slacks and black shirt, accented by a wide white belt.“I think he’s going for Tom Cruise in Magnolia,” quipped the Huffington Post’s intrepid Sam Stein. A., natch, told his students that political and ideological differences in a relationship are less important than other factors.He later sat down for an interview with Dana Bash and answered questions about the recent political discourse between him and Republican front-runner Donald Trump.
"Let's face it, it's a visual thing," Knight said of online dating.
" data-reactid="14"The Conservative Political Action Conference—which brought 10,000-odd true believers to Washington Thursday to bash Barack Obama and hash over the fate of the Republican Party—offered a well-attended seminar on "Conservative Dating,” as in male-female relations. (More than a few CPAC attendees professed affection for the former Pennsylvania senator, who addresses the convention Friday morning. “Look, I got a lot of criticism from friends who gathered in Houston here a few weeks back to endorse someone else,” he went on, referring to the meeting of evangelicals who ended up supporting Santorum, “but Newt and I have been friends for 20 years.
But the more pressing question looming over the 39th annual confab known as CPAC was: which Republican presidential candidate should conservatives be dating? “He’s like Spock reading a love letter—he says the right things but has trouble showing emotion,” lamented National Review Online’s Jonah Goldberg during a panel discussion. Oliver North, current Fox News host and former Senate candidate in Virginia, wouldn’t even affirm that Romney is a conservative.“I don’t know. My answer was, I told Newt two years ago that if he ran, I would support him…. Social conservative Tony Perkins, president of the Family Research Council, echoed the former colonel’s Romney-averse skepticism.“I think people in this gathering feel warmly toward Rick Santorum and Newt Gingrich, to some degree—even, historically, Ron Paul [who came in first in last year’s straw poll]—but I think the harder sell here is going to be for Mitt Romney. After last Tuesday, he’s not coming here to close the deal.
But Kentuckian Mc Connell tossed gobbets of blood-red meat to the ravenous herd, inveighing against the president and his “liberal thugs.” Yet when it came to down-and-dirty rhetoric, columnist Cal Thomas surpassed everybody: during a panel discussion of the White House, the Catholic Church, and birth control, he took this shot at liberal-lesbian MSNBC host Rachel Maddow: “I think she is the best argument for her parents using contraception.”Even some of the conference-goers winced at that one.game-show host Chuck Woolery haunted Radio Row—the right-wing talk jocks doing their programs from the exhibit hall—in order to promote his new advocacy group, Restart Congress." data-reactid="32"Meanwhile, filmmaker Pasha Roberts touted Silver Circle, an animated futuristic feature about a violent war between the citizenry and the Federal Reserve, and retired game-show host Chuck Woolery haunted Radio Row—the right-wing talk jocks doing their programs from the exhibit hall—in order to promote his new advocacy group, Restart Congress.“We’re trying to get all these guys to go home and replace them with new people,” said the former host of The Love Connection, who was taking a break from bass fishing in Texas to attend his first CPAC.
Speaking of love, the conservative-dating seminar might have been a tad off-message but that didn’t deter ample attendance by members of the media elite (to say nothing of around four dozen lonely guys and a smattering of young ladies).