The former executive director for the American Conservative Union has agreed to serve on the advisory council for GOProud, a homosexual lobby that has approved of same-sex “marriage” and the repeal of the “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell” policy that allowed homosexuals to serve in the military if they didn’t make an issue of their lifestyle choice even though the law banned that.
According to an announcement today from GOProud, Chuck Muth, the former executive director of the ACU, is joining the GOProud leadership team.
Christopher Barron, chairman of GOProud’s board, said in a prepared statement the organization was honored to have Muth joining.
“A person doesn’t have to be straight to think right,” Muth said in the statement. “While it’s expected that not everyone will agree with every position of any given organization, GOProud certainly meets Ronald Reagan’s 80 percent threshold for qualifying as an ally.”
He continued, “I would remind those who wish to exclude gays from the conservative movement that we win majorities through addition, not subtraction.”
Muth joins Grover Norquist, Andrew Breitbart, Liz Mair and Margaret Hoover on the council.
Muth, a political communications consultant, has served as the chairman of the Clark County, Nev., GOP, and was the executive director of the Nevada Republican Party.
“Chuck is one of the most well respected voices in the conservative movement and we are incredibly fortunate to have him join the GOProud team,” said Barron in the statement.
At the same time, longtime Republican strategist Mary Matalin agreed to allow a GOProud fundraiser to be held in her home later this month.