The political jostling for GOP presidential nominee begins Thursday with many of the Party's heavy hitters assembling in Washington, D.C. at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC). Meanwhile, conservative Republicans in Congress are revolting over proposed spending cuts which they deem insufficient. How will GOP presidential hopes align with its current policy agenda? And can the Republican Party contain the competing demands within its ranks?
Republicans in Revolt
Arnold Steinberg, Republican political strategist
Michael Shear, writer for the New York Times blog, "The Caucus"
Chris Chocola, president of the Club for Growth -- a fiscally conservative political organization that supports a low-tax and limited government agenda
Duf Sundheim, immediate past chair of the California Republican Party