Sat May 16 14:34:46 1998
In a message dated 14-Mai-98 02:15:08 W. Europe Daylight Time,
<< Thank you for recognizing the dilemma and I have a way of resolving it.
Let each unit make the decision to discriminate or not according to
their own views of morality. If the Boy Scouts cease to make
discrimination a policy set in stone, then each unit can discriminate if
they want without making others suffer the consequences of their beliefs.
Buccaneers - SES 935
Orange County, California >>
With the new changes in August won't this happen? If a Unit falls under the
LFL program, then they won't need to follow the traditional views of the BSA.
Would this give some Sea Scouting units the chance to change codes and make
Sea Scouting secondary, at least on paper? My thoughts are not what I think
should happen but a possible interpretation of the changes. We are looking at
a similar idea in the opposite direction, having our Career Posts set up
specialty codes to fall under the Traditional Program.
>From across the great pond