On Fox, Andrew Napolitano tries to get to Mike Huckabee's feelings on GOProud co-sponsoring CPAC.
Huck doesn't explicitly answer, but it sounds like he'd oppose the conservative, gay group's inclusion. You decide.
NAPOLITANO: There are some social conservatives who have decided not to go, because some of the conservative Republicans there are gays.
I mean, if you want to take back the White House from the socialists, what do you care if there are gays in the audience? You want everybody to vote for you.
HUCKABEE: I don't care if there are people who are homosexual. That's their business. But here's what I do care about. I do care that we would have a group of people who would say they're conservative, but think it's okay to overturn the historical definition of marriage.
They then have a long conversation about whether marriage should be a state or federal issue.
It's important to note that GOProud only thinks gay marriage should be left to the states; hence they're against federal legislation on it.
Huck thinks it's such a vital issue that it should be determined at the federal level, so with that philosophical framework, his criteria for excluding a group from CPAC (articulated above) would necessarily exclude GOProud. So it sounds like, implicitly, Huck would be on the DeMint-protest side.
Vid via Media Matters.