Gino Lucrezi (lucrezi@DSIAQ1.ING.UNIVAQ.IT)
Tue, 17 May 1994 02:49:18 +0100
> So, *IF* the DRP says that only those who subscribe to it can be "the best
> kind of citizen", it must imply that those don't/won't/can't are NOT the
> "best" kind of citizen. If they are not the "best" citizens, they must be
> "lesser" citizens.
If BSA were to say that the "best" kind of citizen is the citizen who
lives by the Scout Law and Oath, then it would be implying that those
who don't/won't/can't live by the Oath and Law are NOT the "best" kind
of citizens, which in your view would be bad. So the BSA should stop
teaching the Scout Law, isn't it?
Basically, what you are saying is that any self-improvement ideal is
wrong because it discriminates against others.. which is patently
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