A federal jury Wednesday decided that Philadelphia violated the Boy Scouts' First Amendment rights by using the organization's[ policy to protect boys from homosexuals] as a reason to evict them from their city-owned offices near Logan Square.-- Nathan GorensteinA seven-year long assault on one of the finest and upright institutions in the United States has ended with a Federal ruling in favor of the Boy Scouts of America. Yet that doesn’t mean that the unjust persecution of the Boy Scouts has ended. (see story)
Who is attempting to destroy the Boy Scouts this symbol of American service and purity? Homosexuals are. Homosexuals backed by their corporation sponsors have attacked the Boy Scouts of America across this nation under the cloak of false discrimination claims. (305 major corporate sponsors of homosexuality)
Because BSA enforces a very practical and sensible policy that homosexuals cannot be scouts or troop leaders. Homosexuals have taken to the raw tactic of attacking the scouts by bringing lawsuits against them. These are malicious and intimidating attempts to eviction Scout from buildings rented or leased from any city-owned or government owned offices because of Scout policy, a policy meant to protect young boys from the undue influence and pressures of homosexuality. In truth, these lawsuits, brought by homosexuals, are merely legal strong arm tactics mean to suppress differing opinion regarding their controversial sexuality.
Some of the traditional commitments between the boy scouts and cities where established well before homosexuals started their legal manipulations of society through the courts.
Undoubtedly, as is the practice with homosexual fanatics the unanimous verdict by a jury of six women and two men in Philadelphia will be challenged in the ongoing effort to changes social mores by judicial fiat in this country.
This ruling sets aside the city of Philadelphia order for the Boy Scouts to vacate their city-owned headquarters or pay $200,000 a year in rent unless the local Cradle of Liberty council renounced the national Scout policy. Such an order is in direct violation with the Scouts’ constitutional right of freedom of association under the first amendment.
Homosexuals have mis-characterized this argument for far too long. There is no right under the constitution for homosexuality. However, there are rights that protect us from tyrannous groups, like the rights found in the first amendment. In contrast, there are groups like homosexuals who would take away our freedoms of expression and association by whatever guise they cloak their tyrannous attempts.
The Philadelphia jury that found in favor of the Boy Scouts of America saw through the misrepresentations and false arguments of the homosexual agenda. May this be one in many victory for not only Boy Scouts of America but for the American people who disagree with the homosexualizing of our country and feel that their right to say it has been repressed by militant homosexuals using the courts against our own values of family, liberty and righteousness.