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The Scouts Versus the Ugly Moods of 2013

marc432 Wrote: Feb 12, 2013 11:42 AM
In the end, far to many people have no morals, no mores, no guiding principles. I tend to blame this all on the decline of American teaching, the 'If it feels good , do it' movement of the 1960's, and the constant attempts to blur moral standards by those who have none, making their perversions seem more acceptable. The BSA has the right of it. While doing whats right may annoy and even irritate the minoritys, so be it. I'd much rather have an Ex-boy scout living nect door then a registered sex offender.
Bill1895 Wrote: Feb 12, 2013 11:58 AM
In addition to if it feels good do it, there is let the government take care of me.

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...