Sarah Palin's interview with the Christian Broadcasting Network, in which she suggested that gay group GOProud's participation in CPAC would provide "healthy debate" and balance, has conservative panties bunching at the American Principles Project.
The organization wants to know exactly where Palin stands on the inclusion of GOProud as one of CPACs sponsors and wants clarity on her stance on gay marriage after Palin suggested over the weekend that she supports the group.
…the interview raised the ire of APP's President Frank Cannon, who demanded answers from Palin Monday.
"The concern of conservatives is over the participation of a group whose stated goals run at odds with that f core conservative principles, not over debate over those issues," Cannon said in a statement. "Governor Palin should clarify her comments by letting us know whether in her definition, traditional marriage is a core component of conservatism."