Sarah Palin Supports GOProud At CPAC

Um, what?
Well, I’ve never attended a CPAC conference ever so I was a little taken aback this go around when I couldn’t make it to this one either and then there was a speculation well I either agree or disagree with some of the groups or issues that CPAC is discussing. It really is a matter of time for me.

But when it comes to and David, perhaps what it is that you’re suggesting in the question is should the GOP, should conservatives not reach out to others, not participate in events or forums that perhaps are rising within those forums are issues that maybe we don’t personally agree with? And I say no, it’s like you being on a panel shoot, with a bunch of the liberal folks whom you have been on and you provide good information and balance, and you allow for healthy debate, which is needed in order for people to gather information and make up their own minds about issues.

I look at participation in an event like CPAC or any other event, along, or kind of in that same vein as the more information that people have the better.
That is Sarah Palin, supporting GOProud's participation in the 2011 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC).

I think.

I must admit that I'm not entirely sure what some of those sentences -- if you can call them that -- mean.

However, if I am reading Palin correctly, and she does indeed support GOProud's inclusion in CPAC, then I will go on record as saying that I agree with Sarah Palin. And that doesn't happen very often...

Also, I wanted to note that -- while I see Dana Milbank's point -- Sarah Palin is a newsmaker. To not cover a news story in which she is involved (if it's relevant to current issues -- as this one is) does not make any sense to me.