Attendees at the annual conservative confab who want to take home more than just memories have plenty of ways to accessorize.
If you're one of the thousands of conservatives assembled in Washington this week for the Conservative Political Action Conference, you're going to have some great memories. But what about more tangible souvenirs? For that, you'll want to hit the exhibition hall in the basement, where dozens of conservative groups are offering party favors at their booths. From rubber fetuses to Santorum sweater vests, you'll go home proudly accessorized with the hottest right-wing gear.
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Molly Ball is Time magazine’s national political correspondent and a former staff writer at The Atlantic.