Re: The boys must bend over backwards...AGAIN...
Fri, 14 Feb 1997 11:24:07 -0800
Bruce ..it must be a very simple easy world for you...
> I wouldn't worry about that. First of all, anyone can sue for anything at
> any time, so it is possible such a suit would be brought. However, I
> don't think it would be sustained, for several reasons.
yes, possibly so.. but it does cost a good bit of money to have a suit
even dismissed...money better spent on the program...
> First of all, the BSA, to date (with the exception of the still being
> contested Randall case in CA) has been sustained in its contention that it
> is a private organization allowed to set their own membership
> requirements. Thus, I don't see a court forcing this kind of change.
Yes, but you don't think that once National has said co-ed is alright..
that any local group would have problems keepign their own progam otherwise?
In other words, once the BSA were to grant access to the
> program there would be no barrier to the girl's parents working to change
> the program in the coed troop, as opposed to forcing themselves on the
> troop that chose to remain all boy. And I can't see a court forcing that
> one either.
Are these the same parents who are now NOT working hard to make the Girl
Scouts an organization equal to the BSA?
Bruce.. you seem like a real nice guy but a bit out of touch with how
the real world works...
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City