Re: [Fwd: Policy Question re: Delaying Advancement]
Paul H. Brown (phbrown@CAPACCESS.ORG)
Wed, 23 Jul 1997 06:30:04 -0400
In a correctly-organized troop, "removing" a non-performing SPL wouldn't
be up to the SM. It would be up to those who elected him to the
position: to the scouts in the troop. If *they* are not concerned enough
to remove him from his position, why should you interfere?
Learning about democracy means learning the consequences of selecting
poor leadership. If you rescue the troop from its poor decisions, how do
they learn this lesson?
Paul H. Brown, KD4UPD
I used to be an Antelope, WB 82-66
Scout Roundtable Commissioner, Assistant District Commissioner, Pack CC
George Washington District, National Capital Area Council, BSA
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City