Your guide to the conservative superstars descending on CPAC 2013.

Marco Rubio

He might drop a hint about his ethnic background, which is virtually unknown.

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Rand Paul

Just wait for the tenth hour of his speech. That’s when he really picks up steam.

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Rick Perry

Rick Perry’s trying to recite words in a specific order? Anything could happen!

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Paul Ryan

Apparently he’s planned a loving tribute to his former running mate, which he’ll end by singing “Just the Two of Us” atop a mountain of $100 bills.

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Rick Santorum

If there’s one speech that might might make Donald Trump’s speech sound reasonable, it’s this one.

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Newt Gingrich

He’ll remind everyone of when he was a respected Republican leader, which was eight days in 1994.

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Michele Bachmann

To help the GOP reach out to young people, she’ll reference “Happy Days” once or twice.

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Sarah Palin

Who knows how big her flag pin will be this year?

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Donald Trump

For his big finish, he’ll accuse Obama of being two foreign-born children inside a man’s suit. 

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