Re: The Honorary President of the BSA
Mon, 14 Sep 1998 22:06:25 -0700
I felt compelled to chime in on this particular point.
Anthony J. Mako wrote:
>"Are my Scouts looking to the president for an example of how to
I say yes, in some way, our Scouts are taught to look to their
leaders as an example of how to act. The President may not have
direct influence upon our Scouts, but they still see the example,
good or bad, being set by the man occupying the Oval Office.
Just my .02 (and I agree that this is probably not the forum to
debate Mr. Clinton's fitness to be President, or Honorary BSA
President, or both).
Jim Lohmann, Scoutmaster - Troop 295
Desert Pacific Council, San Diego CA
Eagle Scout Class of 1982 OA Brotherhood
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