The annual Conservative Political Action Conference begins this week in Washington. The movement's leaders will speak and the GOP will plan its strategy. But this year, they're totally getting x-treme. Ladies and gentlemen, presenting "Epic Nights" at the XPAC Lounge.
There will be video games and Stephen Baldwin.
"We're gonna have the most popular games. There'll be Guitar Hero. There'll be Dance Revolution. There'll be Call of Duty," said Kevin McCullough, the radio host who created the XPAC Lounge with actor Stephen Baldwin.
There will be "somebody of Joe-the-Plumber stature":
"I wouldn't be surprised if somebody of Joe-the-Plumber stature came in three times a day to come in and rally the kids," CPAC spokesman Ian Walters said.
And, yes, there will be hip-hop, and "conservative comedy":
It will be the scene of a late-night "rap/jam session" on Thursday and a conservative comedy lineup on Friday. FoxNews.com's Strategy Room will also be broadcasting from the XPAC Lounge.
And then register for CPAC! Come for the speeches and stay for the pizza, soda, Madden, and free Wifi! Or do the opposite, whatever! It's cool! Just remember to keep "chillaxing!" The Estate Tax is a total buzzkill, right, bros?