I think it should be pointed out that in the year 2000, the U.S. Supreme court's case "Boy
Scouts of America V. Dale (99-699) 530 U.S. 640 (2000) that the Boy Scouts had the right
to decide who could be a boy scout and who couldn't due to the scout's 1st Amendment rights
of freedom of association. As a non-profit organization with a long history of a moral code
called the Scout Oath, the scouts had the right to discriminate against persons who according
to the Scout Oath were not morally upright such as homosexuals. The present Boy Scout leaders
really need to have their lawyers read the details of the above court case before they decide to
make changes in how the Boy Scouts will operate in the future.