The best example of how CPAC 2010 has failed the conservative movement is CPAC`s attempt to redefine (sabotage would be a more accurate term) the potent issues of illegal immigration and border security. Whereas grass-roots conservatives and millions of 912 patriots â€“ along with 80 percent of the American people â€“ understand the need for border security as a precondition for immigration reform, CPAC board member Grover Norquist is busy launching a new project in support of the Obama administration`s plan to grant another amnesty to 20 million illegal aliens. Neither border control nor immigration enforcement was included as a topic for any of the CPAC general sessions.It is exceedingly odd that at the very moment everyone else is declaring the Democrats` amnesty plan dead in the water, CPAC leader Grover Norquist and a handful of Republican lobbyists are conspiring to resuscitate it. It`s as though the pilots of an airplane headed to Houston decided instead to take the aircraft to Havana. But instead of a hijacking, conservatism`s Beltway Politburo calls it a strategic partnership with Latino activists.What all this tells us is that it is not only the Republican Party that is suffering an identity crisis. So is conservatism.