Re: A Scout's Duty t...
Rick Busdiecker (rfb@LEHMAN.COM)
Wed, 13 Jul 1994 09:47:36 -0400
Date: Wed, 13 Jul 94 04:31:00 UTC
Excuse me, John, but if you will read BP's writings he had a very
specific set of standards in mind for the "club" he started. If
you do not agree with the standards of Scouting, you are more than
free to find another club. This is a free country.
By this `Love it or leave it standard' which is suggested quite often
in this forum, BSA should still be practicing racial discrimination
and those who don't like it should just join organizations that don't.
Instead, I'm glad that those who came before me worked for change
withing BSA and I think that it is quite reasonable to continue that
There are other organizations that offer a variety of benifits
that have no mention of religious (by ANY definition) beliefs in
any way, shape, or form.
Since John was addressing sexuality discrimination, I don't understand
the significance of this statment.
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City