The biggest names in the Grand Old Party have gathered in Washington DC Thursday for CPAC, the Conservative Political Action Conference. Yet while Republicans from across the country are rallying for this weekend of Conservativism, the recent state primary votes have highlighted strong divides within the Republican party. U.S. Senator Jim DeMint even told CNN's Soledad O'Brien that the party could see a brokered convention, but that's not necessarily a bad thing, at least for the Tea Party. "We don't have a Tea Party candidate. The Tea Party is really diverse. And I don't think anyone has ever defined them properly," he said, adding, "So they are very divided among these candidates, which I think means that any of them once we get a nominee can converge around them and we'll have energy behind our candidate."
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