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Open letter to The National Boy Scouts of America Council Concerning Its Policy Supporting Traditional Family Values

Because this topic is of vital importance, I wanted to share my open letter to the voting members of the national council for the Boy Scouts of America concerning the upcoming “morally straight” policy vote.

Dear voting members of the national committee,

Some advocates for changing the “morally straight” policy of the BSA insinuate that all BSA participants can find cohesion based on tolerance – extreme tolerance only exercised by all members and chartering organizations that appreciate the long-standing national policy as is.

This one-sided tolerance essentially denotes that we would embrace behavior that we’re morally compelled to resist and repel – for the direct purpose of accommodating the opposing behavior and lifestyle. It would only serve to tie our hands behind our backs so that the homosexual ideals and behavior could have a place to flourish within the organization as well as to facilitate the promotion of homosexuality to the rest of society. Continue reading