Saturday, November 17, 2007

Democrats Attack Boy Scouts

You must be wondering what in the world could the Boy Scouts do to make democrats attack them? No, it's not the normal attacks like they won't accept gays or those who don't believe in God. Read the following and see if there is a problem:

A troop of Boy Scouts in Cambridge set up donation boxes at 33 polling stations in that city on election day last week. Their mission was to collect amenities for troops serving overseas - those little items like snacks and lip balm that make life a little easier. The Scouts had spent considerable time and money to publicize the event, distributing fliers in city buildings, libraries and local businesses well ahead of time, according to their troop leader, Jamisean Patterson, writing in this week’s Cambridge Chronicle.

Seems like a pretty noble thing doesn't it? Well, not according to democrats:

Then one resident in one precinct complained about the implied “pro war” message, according to Marsha Weinerman, executive director of the Election Commission. The city’s law department was consulted and “it was determined that the best course of action would be to remove the boxes,” Weinerman told the Chronicle.

Now according to democrats it's "pro war" to try and make life a little easier on our fine men and women in uniform. Can you imagine the hatred democrats must have for our military to not only take away the small things that makes our troops a little happier but to attack the boy scouts at the same time?

Can we question their patriotism yet?

5 Comments:

Anonymous Lee said...

It's ridiculous to know that one voice can ruin the Boy Scouts endeavor to help the military. It's just as absurd that the military men and women serving for those who will not even allow the gathering of small items are still serving the AS*ES who hate the military and the Boy Scouts. Too bad we can't eliminate these ungrateful so-called humans from the face of the earth. May the "one voice" who complained burn in hell very soon.

November 17, 2007 3:47 PM  
Anonymous Linda said...

Glad to see you back on the blog.
First they wanted to take Christ out of Christmas, stop celebrating Thanksgiving in schools because it might offend some of the Native American children, now they want to destroy the privilege of the little boy scouts doing something good and kind for the men and women in the military. Never thought I'd see the day that they could stoop so low! How sad the kids must have felt to know this was happening.

November 18, 2007 3:04 PM  
Anonymous Jane said...

The world is changing every day and not for the better. When did one lonely voice become so powerful in this country or anywhere else. It is invariably someone with clout or that one voice could not have stopped the Boy Scouts from helping the military. Time was when we had something called repect in the USA - not anymore. If just one person shouts something so absurd as stop the boy scouts and to hell with the military, it somehow becomes law. The ingrate who made this remark should be imprisoned, rather than coddled.

November 18, 2007 3:06 PM  
Anonymous Ray said...

Glad to see you back, have been checking into this blog for a while. You picked a good one to start out with, the damn idiots who open their mouth rather than help in any situation should be deported, they don't belong here. When did it become the concern of anyone other than the scouts what they are doing, what a slap in the face to the young boys who worked long and hard to do this. Plus the military men and women didn't get to receive what would have been collected. Wish the bitch had made that remark to me, she would never make it again, she would't be able to talk anymore.

November 19, 2007 4:11 PM  
Anonymous Bill said...

I don't understand how they could interpret this as pro-war. Have they forgotten our military is over there fighting for and protecting their sorry butts? I would imagine if any of them had a kid there they would be grateful for any little thing they would be allowed to receive. Guess they raised their kids to be anti-american, anti-military, anti-everything else. We have friends who served in Iraq and another who is going back for a second term and they appreciate even the smallest of items they received. Things we take for granted are an absolute luxury for them.

November 20, 2007 8:59 AM  

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