Oh No, not more lawsuits ...
Chris Haggerty, Sierra Vista, Arizona (CHAGGERTY@ARIZBPA.BITNET)
Tue, 18 May 1993 19:52:00 MST
Can we not get the losers of these lawsuits to pay the legal costs? (I of
course know we could not, but it would put an quick end to most of them.)
Maybe the lawsuite will proceed to the Supreme Court, then maybe the
publicity would settle the matter once and for all. If BSA won, which it
should, how many fool attroney's are there out that that could continue to
beat this DEAD HORSE! (I know, probably as many as there are fool people
who want to waste their money pursueing this.) BSA's policy is clear, they
discrminate against those who do not beleive in a higher being, but only
when it comes to membership in the organization. Any other discrimination
against those who do not beleive in a higher being is done by the
individuals not BSA or it's policy.
From my experiences with BSA, I would say Mr. Elliot has only seen a very
narrow portion of BSA and he is out of line in what he says about BSA
discriminating. I think he is just trying to make it sound worse than it
is and I also think his view is distortored because of his confrontation
approach of dealing with BSA.
Sierra Vista, Arizona
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