A new conservative order at CPAC?

“There needs to be a purging of the movement, and I think we’re already starting to see a different of hierarchy of groups,” said Erick Erickson, the Macon, Ga.-based founder of RedState.com, who predicts that “you’re going to see a much more diffuse conservative movement that is being led in large part from outside of Washington and is much more inline from the grassroots.”…

As examples, Erickson singled out CPAC’s primary sponsor, the American Conservative Union, as well as CPAC stalwarts including the Heritage Foundation think tank and the groups headed by Grover Norquist and former House Speaker Newt Gingrich…

Ned Ryun, the founder of an organization called American Majority that has held more than 200 organizer-training sessions for tea partiers and other newly engaged activists around the country since it was founded in 2008, said that no rebuilding will take place at CPAC.

“Do we really need more of this rah-rah talking stuff?” said Ryun, whose group is not co-sponsoring CPAC and will have no formal presence there. “The conservative movement has been stuck for so long in this idea that good ideas will win out. But good ideas won’t implement themselves without effective organization. Bad ideas with good organization will always win out over good ideas with bad organization.”