Log Cabin faces dilemma over McCain endorsement

07/1/2008 | Washington Blade (Washington, D.C.)

Washington Blade editor Kevin Naff writes of the "predicament" faced by Log Cabin Republicans in deciding whether to endorse John McCain for president. The group reportedly alienated its conservative members by withholding its endorsement of President George W. Bush in 2004. "I do not envy [Log Cabin President Patrick Sammon's] predicament: Support McCain and risk landing on the wrong side of history or withhold a McCain endorsement and face mutiny from the conservative wing of the organization," Naff writes.

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