Saturday, May 25, 2013

When You've Lost The Boy Scouts, Whose Left To Lose?

The county sheriff in a place that voted for Mitt Romney at a rate 18 points
higher than the national average has decided the Boy Scouts of America
aren't conservative enough.

Kootenai County, Idaho is the third-most populous county in Idaho. The County seat, Cour d'Alene, is a modest town of 40,000 people. The county borders Washington State and is only a 45 minute drive from Spokane.

The County Sheriff is considering dropping its sponsorship of the Boy Scouts, now that they've voted to allow openly gay scouts (and, eventually, openly gay scoutmasters). The Girl Scouts have been a noted radical organization for some time, but at the point where conservatives are reading the Boy Scouts of of the movement, we have to start wondering if anybody is safe.

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