If there is one thing the Republican party is known for outside of political ideology, it is that the party recently has not made an impact on younger voters.
It has been said that one reason Barack Obama won the 2008 presidential election was his campaign's ability to connect with such voters.
Well, it appears right-wingers are trying to reverse course and get the Millennial generation involved. For the 2015 Conservative Political Action Conference, organizers thought it would be a good idea to tap into the power of social media and get conference participants to submit questions to be asked of Republican politicians.
While the #CPACQ did return some legitimate questions, it got far more sarcasm and cheek. Have a look of some of the funnier responses below.
How many of you are under federal investigation? Show of hands. #CPACQhyphen; The Real Carmen (@Carmeanie) February 26, 2015
Net neutrality is a clear threat to my freedom. Should I take up arms against the government, or just shoot my computer? Both? #CPACQhyphen; Wonky News Nerd (@WonkyNewsNerd) February 26, 2015
If a CPAC member admits to liking Nicki Minaj and watching Empire, are they immediately sentenced to death or is there a trial first? #CPACQhyphen; Jonathan Jewel (@JonathanJewel) February 26, 2015
What time does the Netanyahu speech come on? #CPACQhyphen; drhug (@drhug) February 26, 2015
Hey I'm really unhappy with these cheap gas prices. Can u go ahead and get price of oil jacked up again? Thanks. #CPACQhyphen; The Real Carmen (@Carmeanie) February 26, 2015
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