Over at the Washington Post, Jennifer Rubin has written a thoughtful opinion piece on social conservative groups boycotting CPAC in response to GOProud's involvement. She makes a couple good points, especially when she says what better place to discuss our differences as conservatives than at one of the largest conservative gathering in the nation.

Meanwhile, Kevin McCullough from The American Family Association (AFA) has announced AFA will not join itself to the list of other social conservative organizations boycotting CPAC. McCullough made a strong statement on why AFA will attend as well as what he thinks of those Christian groups who are participating in the boycott.

Having registered for the event with Campaign For Liberty, I'm looking forward to attending CPAC in February regardless of the hoopla over who's doing what to whom in their hotel room.
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