Right-Wing Groups Pull Out Of CPAC Because
Gay Group Will Be There
The feuding on the right continues
over the gay conservative group GOProud, with two more social
conservative groups announcing that they won't attend the big
Conservative Political Action Conference
this February -- in part because the gay group is participating.
As the right-wing World Net Daily reports:
"We've been very involved in CPAC for over a decade and have managed a
couple of popular sessions.
However, we will no longer be involved with CPAC because of the
organization's financial mismanagement
and movement away from conservative principles," said Tom McClusky,
senior vice president for FRC Action.
"CWA [Concerned Women for America] has decided not to participate in
part because of GOProud,"
CWA President Penny Nance told WND. [Ed. note: Penny Nance's title is
chief executive officer of CWA.
Another individual, Wendy Wright, holds the title of president.]
A few other social conservative organizations -- including the National
Organization for Marriage,
which was at last year's conference -- have also withdrawn from the
I've said it for years - hate is the glue that holds the
It would be so much easier to accept gays the way they semi-accept
Obviously the societal tide is turning - so why fight that?
In my lifetime, Blacks couldn't eat at whites-only restaurants in the
The GOP managed to get over that, mostly, so why can't they accept
Every day that goes by, the older generation and their bigotry is
Why put off the inevitable?
It makes no sense, but they gotta
have their glue.
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