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The Scouts Versus the Ugly Moods of 2013

norcalmkf Wrote: Feb 14, 2013 11:30 AM
Dear reprobates and disciples of Obamanator - Unless I 'missed a memo' in the last few decades, there is only one form of pedophile - a male homosexual. Why in the name of good sense and logic would anyone lobby to allow homosexuals into a organization that is singularly populated by young boys?!? BSA is a private organization and, as such, has the right to qualify its membership. If certain organizations choose to be influenced by the radical left and refuse access to the BSA - then the BSA (and all of us) need to make our displeasure known to that organization. The reprobates, radical left and the rest are a small percent of the US population. We OUTNUMBER them - let's act like it.
David3036 Wrote: Feb 15, 2013 1:28 PM
I guess you DID miss the memo. A pedophile is interested in children, not necessarily boys -- and males who are presumed to be heterosexual are BY FAR the mmajority of pedophiles. And that includes those who molest boys.

I say "presumed" heterosexuals because most psychiatiists agree that the tru pedophile is not interested in adults of either gender and cannot be accurately labeled as either homosexual or heterosexual. They are only attracted to children, and while they may prefer either boys or girls, many pedophiles are attracted to both.

It should be noted, however, that attraction does not necessarily predict molestation, so the terms "pedophile" and "child molester" should not be used interchangeally.

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...