Sure, I don't agree with their notion of white pride. And I don't believe in their desire to cut off all American foreign aid, nor their desire to outlaw homosexuality, nor their anti-abortion stance. I think their plans for creating a Christian nation are horrible and damaging. And I think their history of racism is a truly terrible thing.
But there is a lot of good that comes out of being in the klan! A sense of community. A sense of belonging to something bigger than yourself. And some of the things they believe in, I also agree with. They believe in supporting strict environmental laws. They believe in balancing the budget. They stand behind states rights, and they strongly support veterans.
I can call myself a Klansman, even though I don't agree with everything they believe in. And I can still go to klan meetings, even though I disagree with some of their core tenants. I'm just choosing the parts that I like, and I'm going to with that, while I ignore the parts of The Klan that I disagree with.
So really, there's nothing wrong with The Klan, or being a member. It's just a personal matter of how the individual chooses to live their life.