CPAC balloting confirms GOProud out for 2012

It’s been confirmed. GOProud, the “conservative” organization that has homosexual “rights” at the top of its agenda, is out for the 2012 Conservative Political Action Conference.

The event, organized by the American Conservative Union, is one of the largest conferences for conservatives held anywhere in the United States each year.

But it had faced the loss of some participants over the past several years specifically because of its inclusion of GOProud. Some of the organizations whose leaders have raised concerns in recent years have included heavyweights such as the Heritage Foundation, Media Research Center, Family Research Council and Concerned Women for America.

But word of the change came today when WND obtained access to letters mailed to GOProud as well as the John Birch Society, which also was left on the chopping block by the new procedures that Al Cardenas, the chief of the organization, announced he would implement when he took over.

In a letter dated today and addressed to Jimmy LaSalvia at GOProud, Gregg Keller, national executive director for the ACU, said, “The American Conservative Union is preparing to open registration and announce sponsorship opportunities for our Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) 2012. As a courtesy to your organization, a previous co-sponsor of CPAC, this letter serves to inform you GOProud will not be invited to participate in a formal role for CPAC events scheduled during the 2012 election cycle.”

The letter noted that GOProud “members” are welcomed and encouraged to attend “as individual registrants.”



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