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The Scouts Versus the Ugly Moods of 2013

Bill1895 Wrote: Feb 12, 2013 9:26 AM
David: why are the homosexual 'men' so insistent on forcing their way into the Boy Scouts against the wishes of the Scouts' Parents? Talk about having your parent skills alert, why would any parent trust such a person who time after time says I want access to your son no matter what you say? As far as homosexual boys, when a boy decides he is a homosexual, that is a life changing issue. He and his parents probably have bigger issues at that point and most likely should focus on those.
David3036 Wrote: Feb 12, 2013 3:43 PM
This idea that gays want to be scout leaders to "gain access" to boys is total BS. For the most part they are parents who want to be involved with their own children.

There may be a few pedophiles who are so motivate (the ones in those "perversion files" the Scouts keep secret), but that does not describe 99 percent of gay parents.

Isn't it ironic that the Scouts are afraid of gays, but protect the abusers in those perversion files by never call the cops on them?
Beethovens10th Wrote: Feb 12, 2013 6:16 PM
"Gays" don't "have" children by virtue of their "gayness." Their homosexuality is a procreative dead end.

Children of homosexuals are, BY DESIGN, children of broken relationships and broken kinship bonds. There is either a single parent who decided to betray his/her pledge to an opposite-sex spouse to whom the children were born, or the homosexual acquired the child who was already deprived of a parent.

Nature only gives children to men and women together. That you don't get that is abominable.
David3036 Wrote: Feb 12, 2013 6:33 PM
Beethovens10th Wrote: Feb 13, 2013 12:02 AM
Their relationship is absolutely sterile.

Tell me how two men alone can procreate. Or two women. Or do you need a remedial biology course?

The Boy Scouts of America got front-page ink, as we say in the newspaper trade, for their currently postponed meditations on the topic of admitting avowed gays to membership.

Word had leaked out that the Scouts were considering a local option solution to the vexed question of their supposed right to determine who can become a member and who can't. At a top-drawer meeting in Irving, Tex., the topic proved too vast and complex for immediate resolution. Consultation and deliberation will take place prior to May meeting of Scouts' national council.

I spoke of the Scouts' "supposed" right to oversee their...