There is a 2012 GOP presidential candidate that supports gay marriage: Jimmy McMillan of The Rent Is 2 Damn High Party.

McMillan made headlines last year when he campainged for governor of New York and received 40,000 votes.

The colorful McMillan held an impromptu press conference on Friday at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Washington.

Wearing his signature black gloves and handlebar mustache, McMillan stood in front of gay GOP group GOProud's booth and reiterated his support for gay marriage, CBS News reported.

He said he doesn't want to know what other people do in their bedrooms “because I get freaky in my bedroom.”

“If you want to drop your pants, drop 'em, dog. I got your back,” McMillan said in response to a question about “personal liberties.”

During a televised gubernatorial debate last year, McMillan said, “If you want to marry a shoe, I'll marry you,” in response to whether he supports marriage equality.

After his surprise CPAC appearance, McMillan returned to New York. While standing in Penn Station, the 64-year-old announced he would run for president in 2012 as a Republican, according to the New York Daily News.