"Real conservatives" have apparently decided to create a 3rd political party that consists of Republicans who are true to fundamental conservative principles and ideas as compared to "regular" Republicans who don't consider our President to be a Black Panther Fascist Socialist who was born in Kenya. These honest-to-God genuine Conservatives who are out to save the United States of America are calling themselves, appropriately enough, "conservatives" and are part of a grassroots "conservative movement" that intends to win elections in 2010 and 2012 and regain some of the ground the movement lost because of America's disaffection with George W. Bush.
I could care less who they say are. What's important is at the end of the day they don't want President Obama to get the economy going again. They don't want to see people get back to work for another 3 years. They don't want to make health care more accessible to more Americans. And they look to Rush Limbaugh and Glenn Beck for answers.
Not surprisingly, a lot of Americans, both Democrats and "regular" Republicans, have a problem with this approach and, as as a result, these "conservatives" will never, ever make up more than an impotent, radicalized faction of the Republican Party that talks loud and loses elections not only for their candidates but for mainstream Republican representatives from which they draw votes.