"Last week, it was a done deal. Or so thought some of the Boy Scouts of America's national Board of Directors. The board was poised to revoke their longstanding policy against having openly homosexual leaders and Scouts. Only a perfunctory discussion this week stood in the way, and the board would make the decision, appeasing corporate elites and homosexual activists. A done deal. Then, America stood tall. Thanks to you and countless other Americans who espouse the Scouts' same timeless values, the board wisely decided that the repercussions of such a move made revoking the policy too hot for them to handle. Your countless phone calls, tens of thousands of emails, support in social media, and the half page ad placed in USA Today
helped turn the tide." - Hate group leader Tony Perkins, taking credit for today's delay by the Boy Scouts.
Labels: Boy Scouts, FRC, hate groups, Tony Perkins